Topic: 911 Telecommunicators

Multilevel Factors Associated with Stress in 9-1-1 Telecommunicators

Although diverse factors associated with occupational stress have been examined, little is known about it among 9-1-1 Telecommunicators (TCs). As the first of the first responders, they experience post-traumatic stress disorder due to vicarious trauma and often work long-shifts and overtime. A more comprehensive assessment of the factors associated with stress among TCs is crucial for development of interventions to reduce occupational stress in call centers. s: We aimed...

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The Impact of 911 Telecommunications on Family and Social Interaction

Several studies explore the link between emergency response work and compassion fatigue, burnout, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In each study, the connection between the challenging and traumatic nature of the workload and its effect on the responder are explored to explain certain behaviors, or changes. This study covers a different side of the impact of the work of emergency telecommunicators. Focused on the effects of the load brought home by telecommunicators, the study...

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