Mortality among US veterans after emergency visits to Veterans Affairs and other hospitals: retrospective cohort study

Publisher: BMJ

Sustained positive behaviour change of wounded, injured and sick UK military following an adaptive adventure sports and health coaching recovery course

This study offers a novel contribution and significant extension to existing literature by highlighting the enduring impacts of adaptive sports and adventure training programmes in activating UK WIS military personnel …

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Study protocol for a prospective, longitudinal cohort study investigating the medical and psychosocial outcomes of UK combat casualties from the Afghanistan war: the ADVANCE Study

This paper details the study protocol for the ADVANCE study. ADVANCE is a prospective cohort study. The study aims to determine the long-term effects on both the medical and psychosocial …

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Comparing the profiles of UK and Australian military veterans supported by national treatment programmes for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

This article aims to compare and contrast the profiles of military veterans seeking formal support for PTSD in national treatment programmes in Australia and the UK to understand better the needs …

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Understanding the Early Service Leaver

This paper presents a comparison of the health of early service leavers with both longer-serving veterans and with non-veterans, and explores implications for transition.

Can mental health and readjustment be improved in UK military personnel by a brief period of structured postdeployment rest (third location decompression)?

Third location decompression (TLD) aims to allow personnel to begin to psychologically ‘unwind’ after deploying. This study compares mental health outcomes and readjustment in personnel who did or did not …

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The Mental Health of UK ex-Servicemen with a Combat-related or a Non-Combat-related Visual Impairment: Does the Cause of Visual Impairment Matter?

This paper current study examined the mental health of younger ex-servicemen with a visual impairment and determined if the mental health of those with a combat-related visual impairment differed from …

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