Critical Incident Stress Injury ED NSP Safety Team Study

To determine (1) the incidence of Critical Incident Stress Injury (CISI) in ski patrollers in the Eastern Division of NSP and (2) if existing Critical Incident Stress Debriefing teams offer adequate support. Results of this study will be used to develop Ski Patrol Refresher modules on CISI stress injury and to better identify resources to proactively prevent its consequences.

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* 1. Have you ever been directly involved in a near death or severe traumatic situation

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* 2. Were you “shaken” by the situation at that time?

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* 3. Did that situation have a significant or lasting effect on you (e.g., kept replaying it in your mind, had difficulty sleeping or eating, found yourself edgy or anxious)?

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* 4. Have you ever been indirectly involved (witnessing or hearing about) in a near death or severe traumatic situation?

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* 5. Did that situation leave you shaken or affect you at the time?

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* 6. Did the situation have a lasting effect on you & keep replaying in your head for a long time afterwards?

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* 7. Have you been involved in a “routine” rescue event that had an unusual effect on you, that left you “shaken”?

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* 8. Have you ever received Critical Incident Debriefing formal support
early after an incident that dealt with a traumatic event?

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* 9. Do you feel that you received adequate support from the Critical
Incident Stress Debriefing teams?

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* 10. If you were affected by a traumatic incident, did you feel that your enthusiasm (interest) for ski patrol decreased afterwards?

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