The ‘MyPulse' program is a collection of health and wellbeing content and services offered to Ambulance, Fire, Police and SES in Tasmania and is tailored specifically to their unique needs and place in the community.
MyPulse provides multiple pathways designed to empower our people and their families to:
- enact positive behavioural change with the assistance of our wellbeing coaches
- access educational resources to help improve and maintain physical and mental health and wellbeing
- attend face to face education sessions aimed at increasing physical and mental health and wellbeing literacy
- have access to face to face health clinic consultations measuring your individual physical health indicators
These proactive and preventative services are designed for early intervention and to provide support for health and wellbeing risks for our people.
Through engagement of our community we aim to establish trust & strive to reduce stigma of physical and mental health issues. We will drive utilisation to have the greatest impact possible & measure the effectiveness of the program by utilising the evidence and insights that we develop through participation. This insight will inform the evolution of the program, our people’s future needs and the programs design.
MyPulse provides Tasmanian Police, Fire, Ambulance and Emergency Services Employees, Volunteers and their families access to tools and resources to help improve their physical and mental health and overall wellbeing both on the job and in their personal lives.
This hub provides immediate, 24/7 access to relevant information aimed at:
- increasing recognition of the early warning signs of physical and mental determinants of wellbeing
- providing accurate information about physical and mental health issues
- supporting resilience, recovery and wellbeing
- providing useful ways to engage with and support those who may need support to maintain their physical health and wellbeing, or may be suffering from mental illness
In need of immediate assistance?
If you, or someone you know, requires immediate assistance please call 000, or follow this link for services that can assist.