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Barriers and facilitators of help seeking among morally injured Canadian Armed Forces Veterans and service members: A qualitative analysis

Moral injury (MI) refers to the psycho-spiritual consequences of extremely challenging events that threaten one’s moral beliefs and core values. MI is characterized by intense shame, guilt, anger, loss of …

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Depth and breadth of Canadian military, Veteran and family research: The first decade of Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research Forums

The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR) was established in 2010 by Queen’s University and the Royal Military College of Canada in consultation with key personnel from …

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Annotated Bibliography of Veterans Affairs Canada Research Directorate Publications for 1992 – 2018: Research Evidence to Support the Well-Being of Veterans and their Families

This report lists all publications produced by the Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) Research Directorate from 1992 to 2018. Short descriptions for each publication give an insight into the work of …

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Proceedings of a Round Table Held to Engage a Whole-of-Community Approach for Suicide Prevention in Serving Military Members, Veterans, and Public Safety Personnel (Canada)

Suicide touches many in the military, Veteran and public safety personnel communities. One of the challenges in suicide prevention is developing whole-of-community engagement in suicide prevention, meaning finding opportunities for …

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“Due to His Abnormal Mental State” : Exploring Accounts of Suicide among First World War Veterans Treated at the Ontario Military Hospital at Cobourg, 1919-1946

This article relies on records of veterans’ hospital admissions, and service and pension files of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, this paper explores authoritative accounts of First World War veterans’ mortality …

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Veterans’ Identities and Well-being in Transition to Civilian Life – A Resource for Policy Analysts, Program Designers, Service Providers and Researchers

Report of the Veterans’ Identities Research Theme Working Group, Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research Forum 2016. Transition from military to civilian life is challenging for all military …

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Invisible Scars: Mental Trauma and the Korean War

This book explores the psychiatric care system in place for Commonwealth troops deployed during the Korean War (1950-1953) and how psychologically traumatised veterans were treated upon their return home.