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.

  1. 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. 
  2. Grant Edwards, Australian Federal Police
    Police mental health & well-being
  3. Ian Hesketh, College of Policing, England
    The Thin Blue Line is OK: delivering a national wellbeing service in policing
  4. Dale McFee, Edmonton Police Service, Canada
    Police mental health and wellbeing from an intake and off ramp perspective
  5. 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.
  6. Paul Pedersen, Greater Sudbury Police Service, Canada
    Leadership opportunities: helping our people help others
  7. Katrina Sanders, Australian Federal Police
    A holistic approach to health protection in law enforcement agencies
  8. Tom Stamatakis, Canadian Police Association
    Police mental health and well-being: building organizational and individual psychological resiliency in the policing workplace
  9. Jeff Thompson, Columbia University Medical Center, USA
    The Law Enforcement Psychological Autopsy: understanding suicide in policing

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