BBC Interviews Dr. Andersen About iPREP

By IPREP - December 6, 2016 7:08 pm

For Immediate Release


Dr. Judith Andersen was recently featured on the BBC show “WORLD HACKS“.

Dr. Andersen discussed how iPREP is being used to help police make better critical decisions under stress.

Highlighting results from “1000s of hours of biological and psychological data collection from police”, Dr. Andersen explains how stress may impact a police officer’s judgement in a use of force scenario.

For the full interview, click image.

World Hacks

From BBC Magazine

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The International Performance Resilience and Efficiency Program (iPREP) trains use-of-force trainers and first responders on methods that improve mental and physical readiness in high-stress situations. Through effective, evidence-based resilience training, iPREP enhances situational awareness leading to improved critical decision making. For more information or to train your team in the iPREP methodology, visit