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Critical Incident and HR

  • 05/19/2021
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • ZOOM


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What is Trauma?

  • Home Stress
  • Work Stress
  • Specific Events at either
  • Is relative to the individual and the organization
How Does Trauma impact the workplace?
  • Productivity
  • Engagement
  • Recruitment and retention
  • Culture
  • Can be compounding
  • Background of Public Service initiatives to address trauma
  • Programs used in Public Service to address trauma
  • How to hardwires similar programs in your workplace

Presented by James Marstall and Josh Gering with Riley County EMS. James has worked in pre-hospital emergency medicine for eleven years with a diverse experience in both rural and suburban response models. He has maintained clinical success as a healthcare provider and responder while cultivating a reputation as a skilled leader in ancillary departmental assignments centered around employee/organizational wellness. He has pivoted departmental successes in employee wellness to establish himself as a founding member of a statewide EMS initiative on Peer Support programs and processes.

Josh Geiring has worked in public safety, specifically pre-hospital emergency medicine for nearly eleven years with the last five spent as a leader in department administration. He is interested in and has a passion for innovative and efficient operations, evidence based clinical practices, and community/patient advocacy. Josh has found success as a leader in healthcare by being skilled at identifying, evaluating, and implementing change at an organizational level and positively impacting the strategic direction of the team.

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