First responder mental health has gained more attention in recent years than ever before due to high rates of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and suicide.
Join us to learn how CrewCare is a vital resource in understanding how stress plays a role in the lives of crew members, organizations and the overall first responder industry. Be among the first to see preliminary results collected to date on issues related to stress in first responders such as sleep, finances, career, and more.
About the Presenter
Morgan joined the ImageTrend team in January 2017. She graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2011 with a Master’s degree in Public Health with an emphasis in epidemiology. Prior to coming to ImageTrend, Morgan spent 5 years with the Army Public Health Center as an Injury Prevention Epidemiologist.
In addition to working with clients, she plays a key role in refining ImageTrend’s Active Data Monitoring™, further expanding the monitors and topical content available for Continuum™, and publishing findings for scientific advancement. Her most recent work includes developing the content and managing the data collected for CrewCare, a mental health awareness app for first responders.
Morgan has research published in American Journal of Preventative Medicine, The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Public Health, Military Medicine, and others.
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What is CrewCare?
CrewCare is a free mobile app designed to help gain insight into life factors that may play a role in anxiety, burnout, depression, PTSD and suicide, which are widespread among those who often face traumatizing situations as part of their occupation, particularly EMS, fire, military and law enforcement.
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