MPs push for national PTSD strategy
By CBC NewsHeadlines News
Oct. 5, 2016, Ottawa - An all-party committee of MPs is urging the federal government to take action on behalf of public safety officers and first responders who develop mental health problems after experiencing traumatic events.
In a unanimous report the House of Commons public safety committee recommends the federal government come up with a national strategy for post-traumatic stress disorder and operational stress injuries. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
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