With some important new research published on both TRiM and PTSD, and new course dates on the horizon, we thought it was a good time to provide an update on the latest news and information from March on Stress. Please scroll down for more information…
Our next TRiM (trauma risk management) all comers’ courses take place in London (near Kings Cross) in July 2015:
All comers’ courses are an ideal opportunity for individuals to become TRiM trained or for organisations thinking of holding a corporate course to come along and see March on Stress in action! Please click here for more details and booking.Back to top
A new paper has been published in the Journal of Occupational Medicine - the first to review the various studies of the use of Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) which have been published in scientific journals.
The review reported a number of positive key findings about the use of TRiM, including:
An abstract of the article is available via the Journal of Occupational Medicine, where the paper can also be downloaded in full. Please click here to access the paper.Back to top
A new review article on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was published in the British Medical Bulletin in April.Back to top
As well as being the experts in TRiM, did you know we also offer a range or clinical services and are leading the way in psychological monitoring with our Wellness service?
Our Wellness service involves six monthly psychological health checks, carried out via an online questionnaire. The process ensures that those who need support can be signposted to help and allows organisations to show due diligence through the provision of a 'letter of compliance' for individuals engaged in the service. Contact us for more information and options.
We also work with expert clinicians in the field of trauma and psychological health and our team includes a range of consultant psychiatrists, clinical psychologists and mental health nurses, all with unrivalled experience and expertise in their fields.Back to top
Following the successful annual UKPTS conference which took place in London in April, two new Winter Workshops have been announced.
Taking place on 3 and 4 December in Cardiff, you can attend one day or both. Contact the UKPTS to find out more and book your place.
Once again, the workshops also count towards the ESTSS (European Society of Traumatic Stress Studies) Certificate in Psychotraumatology.Back to top
Media organisations are now joining their ‘frontline’ colleagues in the emergency services, military and the security industry to introduce peer support programmes for the detection and early treatment of those affected by traumatic incidents.Back to top
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Keywords : Sustaining Resilience at Work (StRaW), Crisis Management, TRiM BTEC Course, Advanced Mentoring Skills
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