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APA (NSW) Member Update – Macquarie University – Coping Research 

APA (NSW) Member Update

Macquarie University – Coping Research

Tuesday 3 October 2017

Dear Member,

Macquarie University is undertaking research into different strategies used to cope with stressful circumstances. The research has a particular focus on emergency service workers, including paramedics.

The ultimate goal is to identify strategies that will be most useful in helping emergency service personnel cope with stressful circumstances. This can then be used to assist our colleagues and the general public in the future. 

APA (NSW) would encourage all members to who fit the eligibility criteria to participate in this research. For individuals, it should take no longer than 60 minutes for all 3 parts.

The initial phase of the study will run for about 3 months with findings expected to take about 12 months for publication.      

Regards,

APA (NSW) Executive

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