Host Jim Burneka discusses a multitude of firefighter health and wellness research topics with Dr. Sara Jahnke.
Host Dr. Beth Murphy discusses the use of medication for treating ADHD and similar disorders.
Lee Look proposes a different model for providing mental health care to firefighters and first responders who may be pushed to the limit by the pandemic.
We talk a good game when it comes to looking out for our brothers and sisters in regard to the "bad calls," but what about when firehouse banter goes too far? A commentary from Adam Hansen.
We all wear masks to some extent, but sometimes these masks conceal despair and inner pain. It's okay to not be okay, says Paul Combs.
The Helping Emergency Responders Overcome (HERO) Act will develop peer mental health training programs and resources to educate mental health professionals about the needs of first responders.
Host Jeremy Hurd talks resiliency for firefighters with special guest Ali Rothrock.
Dr. Beth Murphy discusses burnout on the job and some things you and your department can do to keep firefighters healthy.
Bombarded with COVID-19, civil unrest, and social media overload in additional to "regular" emergency duties, some firefighters may be feeling overwhelmed. Tim Pillsworth offers some thoughts on regaining some sense of control.
Laughter is contagious, therapeutic, and necessary for our health, station morale, and home life. A Throwback illustration from Paul Combs.