Philip Callahan, Ph.D., EMTP is currently an Emeritus Professor at the University of Arizona.
He has served on government and community committees focusing on the research,
development and evaluation of resilience-oriented education addressing first responders and
combat veterans and in leadership and academic positions at he University of Arizona to
include Arizona Health Sciences Center, Assoc Professor Ed Psychology, Assoc Professor
Veterans Education and as a firefighter and paramedic in southern Arizona. He was a
2013 JEMS 10 recipient.
First Response Resilience V3.0 provides you with tools to build mental armor to better deal with these challenges that can erode your peak performance and quality of life. Firefighters, police, and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are often the first responders to deal with emergencies and incidents that threaten health and life.
Transitional Resiliency is purposefully designed to increase the likelihood of retention and graduation of learners in college settings by establishing an academic and social framework designed to improve concentration, memory, problem solving, and learning, while minimizing social isolation. This text is designed to be used as both a personal journal and as a teaching tool.
The goal of the leadership course is to provide an introduction to the effects of knowledge, behavior, social influence, and decision-making related to leadership. This course introduces a broad range of readings addressing practical and theoretical leadership principles. Individuals will be expected to critically examine readings and associated videos/movies.
This Veterans Curriculum is purposefully designed to increase the likelihood of retention and graduation of learners in college settings by establishing an academic and social framework, which is intended to improve concentration, memory, problem solving, and learning, while minimizing social isolation.
“The goal of this workbook is to foster resilience by applying positive-coping skills to personal challenges and by developing and sustaining a social support system in the context of integrative nursing”
Excerpt From: Owner. “5SkillNursingWB-May9,2018.” iBooks.