The Headley Court Trust Project – Executive Summary

January, 2013

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.

Full Reference

Alexander, D. A., Klein, S. and Forbes, K., 2013. Headley Court Trust Report - Executive Summary. Aberdeen Centre for Trauma Research. Available at: <>.

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