The Health of Veterans' Research Team started the topic A Comparison on the Divorce Rates between UK Military Personnel and Civilians in the forum Relationships / Perception / Communication 1 year, 3 months ago
We have also just completed our first mini review report which is a comparison on the divorce rates between UK Military Personnel and civilians. This report reviews statistics from academic research, government surveys and reports. This report also includes exclusive data provided with permission from the Department of Defence Statistics at the…[Read more]
We have just completed our first review report on mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) in Service Personnel.
This report analyses:
-the definition and classification of the condition.
-its prevalence rates, specifically in relation to the US, the UK and Canada.
-its markers and long-term consequences.
-its comorbidity with other…[Read more]
We are currently preparing a review on non-freezing cold injury (NFCI). NFCI is a pathological state resulting from damage caused to peripheral tissues exposed to cold temperatures between 0.55°C and 20°C (33°F-68°F) for a prolonged period of time. Vale et al. (2017) highlights the seriousness of NFCI with regards to its potential to cause lon…[Read more]
We at the HVRT are currently interested in mental and physical health comorbidities and the role of liaison psychiatry in military health. We are particularly keen to hear from other researchers who are exploring relevant topics. Related to this, the Centre for Mental Health provides a link to a thorough report on liaison psychiatry in the NHS.…[Read more]