Program Highlight: Police mental health and well-being (M3)
On Day 1 of LEPH2019 Dr Katy Kamkar, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Canada, will convene a double session on Police mental health and well-being (M3).
International speakers for the double session will share their professional expertise and/or lived experience concerning police mental health and well-being.
- Katy Kamkar, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Canada
Police mental health and well-being – psychological health and safety strategies addressing moral injury, compassion fatigue and burnout to promote individual and organizational resiliency.
- Grant Edwards, Australian Federal Police
Police mental health & well-being
- Ian Hesketh, College of Policing, England
The Thin Blue Line is OK: delivering a national wellbeing service in policing
- Dale McFee, Edmonton Police Service, Canada
Police mental health and wellbeing from an intake and off ramp perspective
- Konstantinos Papazoglou, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Ontario, Canada
The examination of different pathways leading towards police traumatization: exploring the role of moral injury and personality in police compassion fatigue.
- Paul Pedersen, Greater Sudbury Police Service, Canada
Leadership opportunities: helping our people help others
- Katrina Sanders, Australian Federal Police
A holistic approach to health protection in law enforcement agencies
- Tom Stamatakis, Canadian Police Association
Police mental health and well-being: building organizational and individual psychological resiliency in the policing workplace
- Jeff Thompson, Columbia University Medical Center, USA
The Law Enforcement Psychological Autopsy: understanding suicide in policing