Ambulance Workplace Stressors: The Health Impacts on our Ambulance Personnel - Student Paramedic Res
Ambulance Paramedic from Western Australia and a PhD student from Edith Cowan University, Mr Lee Waller is currently researching stresses in the ambulance profession.
You are invited to take part in a research project titled Ambulance Workplace Stressors: The Health Impacts on our Ambulance Personnel. It is about the characteristics and effects on psychological and physical health and well-being of ambulance personnel (present and future) subjected to stressors within the workplace environment.
Edith Cowan University and the University’s Human Research Ethics Committee (Ethics Approval Number 19258) have approved the research.
Participants will answer survey questions in relation to stress, fatigue and burnout. If you agree to be involved in the study, you can go online to www.surveymonkey.com/r/8QPRQTR and you will be directed to a series of questions that will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous.
If you decide to participate in this research and you wish to follow its progress you can go online to www.emergencypersonnelresearch.com and ongoing information about the study will be periodically uploaded to the website.