As an LNC, you’ve probably had to deal with complex medical crisis situations. Lee Atherton, a fire chaplain, opens up the world of dealing with serious accidents, often involving burns, and the high level of crisis management, first responder stresses and trauma involved.
I know for you, as a legal nurse consultant, you may be working on personal injury cases in which people get burned. Lee is a first responder chaplain and works specifically with people who are involved in house fires, business fires, other types of chemical burns.
In this show, you’ll find out the kinds of reactions that first responders have shared with Lee as a result of being involved in this type of work. Then it’s over, when the incident is over, how does that person calm down from all of that tension and stress, and walk in the house at the end of the day? “Oh, it was just another day, two-car pileup with victims who were burned, and one expired at the scene?” Lee describes the challenges of transitioning from all of that.
She emphasizes the need for immediate trauma counseling and describes the role of a crisis response dog. This fascinating interview on Legal Nurse Podcast will bring life to the accident reports you work with on a professional level.
Enjoy this episode of Legal Nurse Podcast and Learn more about First Responder Stresses and Reactions.
- What effects do responders experience from being involved in a traumatic event with first first responder stresses?
- What role does a fire chaplain play?
- How does a crisis response dog help?
- Why is it helpful for LNCs to appreciate the intensity of a traumatic accident or similar situation?
- How can LNCs associate the crisis situation of a severe accident to their own ER experiences?
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Lee is a fire chaplain and end-of-life and grief support coach. Recognizing the demands of anyone in the helping or caring professions, Lee offers support and programs in resiliency for chaplains, clinicians, clergy, and first responders.
Connect with Lee at https://www.coachrev.com
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