McNamara V died fighting a fire in 2003, his department met with a critical incident stress management team (one of 12 in the state, including Worcester's) and stuck together.
What does CISMT stand for?
CISMT stands for Critical Incident Stress Management Team
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- Computer Integrated Systems for Microscopy and Manipulation (University of North Carolina)
- Clearing Integrated Services and Market Operations (Vienna, Austria)
- Communications and Information Security Memorandum of Agreement
- Conference on Information Systems and Management of Data
- Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions (Japan)
- Certificate in Information Security Management Principles
- Centre for Interdisciplinary Strategic Management Research (Middlesex University Business School; UK)
- Collaborative International Study of Managerial Stress (est. 1995; various universities)
- Critical Incident Stress Management Services
- Central Illinois School of Massage Therapy (Peoria, IL)
- Convergence of IP-based Services for Mobile Users and Networks in DVB-T and UMTS Systems
- Cable Integrated Services Network
- Cal Independent Scholars Network (California)
- California Integrated Seismic Network
- Caribbean Information Sharing Network
- Carrier Interactions and Spintronics in Nanostructures
- Collaborative Internet Security Network (CyberDefender Corp.)
- Comité Interministériel de la Sécurité Nucléaire (French: Interministerial Committee on Nuclear Safety)
- Communications Information, Systems, & Network(s)
- Communications, Information Systems and Networks
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Among his many accomplishments, Babb was a founding member of the DOC's Critical Incident Stress Management Team (CISM), a regional organization whose primary purpose is to help staff minimize stress and to accelerate the recovery of those who have been in stressful situations or incidents.