MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS FOR YOUR CREWS
The CrewCare™ mobile app helps emergency responders be more aware of stressors and how they may affect their well-being.
These screenshots are for illustrative purposes only to convey the functionality within the CrewCare app.
As new needs arise, ImageTrend continues to make updates to the CrewCare app. For example, after the pandemic, CrewCare was updated to include questions in the Life Tile specifically related to the impact of COVID-19. This gives users a way to anonymously share their stressors and experience related to COVID-19.
A free app to download and use.
Annual CrewCare Reports
The annual CrewCare reports comprised of anonymous aggregate stress-related data collected from the CrewCare mobile app. The goal of these reports is to provide insight about life stressors and associated factors related to careers, physical health, support, sleep, mental health, and burnout within the first responder community.
The second volume of the Health of Our Emergency Responders report was released in July 2020. When you request this report, you will also receive a link to the first volume of the report (released in 2019) as reference.
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We are proud to share that our Research Manager & Epidemiologist Morgan Anderson was named as Top 10 EMS Innovator in 2018 for mental health research and the CrewCare app itself was awarded JEMS Hot Product in 2018 after the application was launched.
ABOUT MORGAN ANDERSON
Research Manager & Epidemiologist
Morgan K. Anderson joined the ImageTrend team in 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 five (5) years with the Army Public Health Center as an Injury Prevention Epidemiologist. Morgan has been published in The Journal of Emergency Medical Services, The American Journal of Preventative Medicine, The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Public Health, Military Medicine, and others.
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