This executive summary details a study aiming to identify factors which conduce to and prevent rehabilitation and adjustment in military personnel following combat-related injury.
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Study aims The primary aims of this 36-month case-control study were to identify the: 1. durability of psychiatric and psychosocial gains from rehabilitation following combat-related injury, 2. impact of combat-related injury on the partner of military personnel in terms of mental health, psychosocial adjustment, and relationships.
Alexander, D. A., Klein, S. and Forbes, K., 2013. Headley Court Trust Report - Executive Summary. Aberdeen Centre for Trauma Research. Available at: <https://www.vfrhub.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/20130121-Headley-Court-Trust-Executive-Summary.pdf>.