Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada, Vol 43, No 10/11, October/November 2023

Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada Journal

Special issue: Posttraumatic stress disorder in high-risk occupational groups

Guest editor: Dianne Groll

Inside this issue

Stephanie Priest

Original qualitative research

Applying the Theoretical Domains Framework to identify police, fire, and paramedic preferences for accessing mental health care in a First Responder Operational Stress Injury Clinic: a qualitative study
Valerie Testa, Alexandria Bennett, Jeffrey Jutai, Zachary Cantor, Peter Burke, James McMahon, R. Nicholas Carleton, Ian Colman, Deniz Fikretoglu, Alexandra Heber, Shannon Leduc, Marnin J. Heisel, Kednapa Thavorn, Daniel J. Corsi, Simon Hatcher

“We are unique”: organizational stressors, peer support and attitudes toward mental health treatment among airport firefighters
Bridget Barry, Rosemary Ricciardelli, Heidi Cramm

Original quantitative research

Canadian respiratory therapists who considered leaving their clinical position experienced elevated moral distress and adverse psychological and functional outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic
Andrea M. D’Alessandro-Lowe, Kimberly Ritchie, Andrea Brown, Bethany Easterbrook, Yuanxin Xue, Mina Pichtikova, Max Altman, Isaac Beech, Heather Millman, Fatima Foster, Kelly Hassall, Yarden Levy, David L. Streiner, Fardous Hosseiny, Sara Rodrigues, Alexandra Heber, Charlene O’Connor, Hugo Schielke, Ann Malain, Randi E. McCabe, Ruth A. Lanius, Margaret C. McKinnon

Cardiac function and posttraumatic stress disorder: a review of the literature and case report
Jyotpal Singh, R. Nicholas Carleton, J. Patrick Neary


In Memoriam – Honouring Dr. Ivan Barry Pless, OC, BA, MD, DSc (Hon), FRCP(C), FRCPCH (Hon), FCAHS

Call for papers: Generating stronger evidence to inform policy and practice: natural experiments on built environments, health behaviours and chronic diseases

Other PHAC publications


Glossary of terms: A shared understanding of the common terms used to describe psychological trauma, version 3.0
Alexandra Heber, Valerie Testa, Dianne Groll, Kimberly Ritchie, Linna Tam-Seto, Ashlee Mulligan, Emily Sullo, Amber Schick, Elizabeth Bose, Yasaman Jabbari, Jillian Lopes, R. Nicholas Carleton

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