Rodger Broomé is an Assistant Professor at Department of Emergency Services at the Utah Valley University (UVU). Rodger is a retired police officer and firefighter / emergency medical technician and after working in the emergency services for 22 years, he has taken a faculty position at UVU. He is an alumnus of Saybrook University, trained in descriptive phenomenological psychological research by Amedeo Giorgi, specialising in researching the lived-experiences of emergency responders and other related topics. He also teach psychology in the College of Doctoral Studies at Grand Canyon University and is a dissertation committee chair.
He does psychological consulting and volunteer stress management work with police, fire and emergency medical services workers. He also do some sport psychology consulting and have been an avid athlete all of his life. Rodger still serves as a reserve police officer for the City of Woods Cross, Utah, US. He is a recreational cyclist, weightlifter and martial artist.
Published: 14 January 2015
Last updated: 05 December 2016