Researchers find significantly higher rate of mental
disorders among first responders. Results suggests
paramedics, RCMP and correctional workers are
most affected. (Elizabeth McMillan/CBC)Operational Stress Injuries
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Our mission is to develop and promote the highest ethical, educational and clinical standards for all Paramedics.
The PANB 2018 Annual General Meeting will be held on October 12th & 13th at the Fredericton Convention Centre in Fredericton NB. This is an excellent opportunity to receive your education credits while having your voice heard and meeting fellow paramedics from across the country.
This years keynote speakers include Dave Deines, PCP, Chairperson of the Board, PAC who will speak on the opioid crisis and Pierre Poirier, Executive Director of PAC : “Vision 2025” presentation will be followed by a round table discussion.
Registration is open to any member of the Paramedic community across Canada and includes: Your registration into the Education Sessions, Swag Bag including event T-Shirt, Tea, Coffee and light breakfast snacks, sponsored Lunch and Ticket into the Evening Social sponsored by Interdev with live music by Dave Myles.
Registration is open up-to and including October 12th & 13th.
We offer an annual registration process that is completely online with an abundance of resources available for this process.
First responders with operational stress injuries are much more likely to develop a mental disorder than the general population.
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