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The Effects of Mass Shootings on Life Satisfaction of First Responders

The study will examine whether mass shootings have long-term effects such as PTSD,…


The purpose of this study is to examine if a relationship exists between PTSD, anxiety, the three dimensions of burnout (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and personal achievement) on life satisfaction of first responders who experienced to a mass shooting. The study will attempt to examine whether mass shootings have long-term effects such as PTSD, anxiety, emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and personal achievement, on life satisfaction of first responders.

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To register for this study, you will need take a brief eligibility questionnaire and to provide your contact information. If you are registering on behalf of someone else, you will still be listed as the primary contact.

Reason for Interest

Briefly describe the reason the participant is interested in this study and why the participant should be considered eligible for participation.

Eligibility Questionnaire

Your answers to the questions below will be provided to the researcher to help determine eligibility for this study.

1. Are you 18 years of age or older?

 
 

2. Are you fluent in English?

 
 

3. Are you a First Responder?

 
 

4. Have you had experience with a mass shooting?

 
 

Contact Information

Demographic Information

Your gender and birthday are used to help determine eligibility for this study. The researcher will be provided with your gender and age (in years).

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