Breaking Barriers, Changing Lives: Investigating Mental Health and Well-Being Among Victorian Women in Emergency Services Public
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This investigation provides the Emergency Services Foundation (ESF) of Melbourne, Victoria with information on the barriers preventing women in emergency services from seeking mental health support.This project included introductory interviews, a survey, and focused interviews and discussion groups. The main finding of this project was that to improve work culture, the biggest inhibitor of mental health and well-being of women in the emergency services, focus is needed towards bettering mental health literacy and interpersonal intelligence for line managers.
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