Firefighter Research with Sara Jahnke
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with Sara Jahnke
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Sara A. Jahnke, Ph.D. is the director of the Center for Fire, Rescue and EMS Health Research at the National Development and Research Institutes. She was the principal investigator on two large-scale, DHS-funded studies of the health and readiness of the U.S. fire service and on a study on the health of women firefighters. She is a co-investigator of several studies focused on fitness, nutrition and health behaviors in firefighters. She completed her doctorate in psychology with a health emphasis at the University of Missouri – Kansas City and the American Heart Associations' Fellowship on the Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease. You can reach her at
Does firefighter gross decon work? Is the firefighter 48/96 shift a health hazard? How firefighting is killing you Firefighter suicide tackled in new studies Firefighter nutrition: You can't out run dessert Firefighter CRM can reduce injuries and deaths Firefighter cancer research: 5 reasons it moves so slow Firefighters and cigarettes: What the numbers say 7 reasons for annual firefighter physical tests Firefighter health research: Who's next? Why firefighter medical exams are a must Rethinking firefighter critical-incident debriefings Why firefighter research sends mixed signals Future of firefighter cancer research is in the couch Firefighting research looks at overhaul risk Firefighter divorce: 3 important facts Firefighters and alcohol, what the data says Research solves firefighter injury, exercise link

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