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Introduction and Measurement of Moral Injury

Eligible CEU Credits
CACCF: 1 credits
MDPAC: 1 credits
CCPA: 1 credits
CVRP: 1 credits
HRPA: 0 credits
CPHR BC & Yukon: 0 credits
CPHR Alberta: 0 credits
CPHR Manitoba: 0 credits
CPHR Nova Scotia: 0 credits
vector illustration of a persona who is suffering from mental health disorder

With Dr. Anthony Nazarov, PhD, PMP, Associate Scientific Director, MacDonald Franklin OSI Research Centre

and Colette Currin, Counsellor and National Director of Military, Veterans, and First Responders, EHN Canada

Moral injury is frequently mischaracterized. In combat veterans it is diagnosed as post-traumatic stress; among physicians it’s portrayed as burnout. Moral injury results from a single or repeated transgressions of an individual’s deeply held moral beliefs and expectations. This can be due to actions that a person performs, witnesses, or fails to prevent, often in connection with one’s professional duty. The consequence for this conflict in moral standards is lasting psychological, social, and spiritual harm. Join Dr. Anthony Nazarov, Associate Scientific Director at MacDonald Franklin OSI research Centre, and Colette Currin, Counsellor and National Director of Military, Veterans, and First Responders, on Thursday, December 1 between 12-1pm EST as the further explain moral injury.


  • Understand current conceptual perspective on moral injury and moral distress
  • Recognize gaps in knowledge
  • Analyze how moral injury measurement evolved
  • Discuss the utility of the Moral Injury Outcome Scale

Date: December 1, 2022 – 12pm ET, 9am PT

Duration: 1-hour (45-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute Q&A)


This webinar provides 1.0 CEU credits recognized by the CACCF, CCPA, MDPAC, and CVRP.

The content presented in this webinar was accurate at time of broadcast.