Apr. 6th 2019 Ongoing Studies

Optimization of Trauma-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for the Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Related Problems

Project funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research

This randomized controlled trial aims to compare the impact of two flexible-acting cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBTs), one with specific modules for the treatment of related problems (CBT-E) and one without (CBT-E). C), on 1) intensity and remission of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (primary measure) and 2) dropout rates and levels of depression, anxiety and quality of life (secondary measures).

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Jan. 29th 2020 Ongoing Studies

Study on operational stress injuries in firefighters

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