Research Index

Veterans’ Transition Review: Follow-up Report 2017

The original Veterans' Transition Review makes a number of recommendations concerning education and training, resettlement and employment, housing, health, welfare and the third sector, finance, advocacy and the Armed Forces covenant, information provision, and reservists. The report reviews the policies in…

Veterans’ Transition Review: Follow-up Report 2016

The original Veterans' Transition Review makes a number of recommendations concerning education and training, resettlement and employment, housing, health, welfare and the third sector, finance, advocacy and the Armed Forces covenant, information provision, and reservists. The report reviews the policies in…

Veterans’ Transition Review: Follow-up Report 2015

The original Veterans' Transition Review makes a number of recommendations concerning education and training, resettlement and employment, housing, health, welfare and the third sector, finance, advocacy and the Armed Forces covenant, information provision, and reservists. The report reviews the policies in…

The Veterans’ Transition Review

This Review looks in detail at many aspects of transition including training, employment, health, housing, welfare and finance. These are discussed at length, with specific recommendations relating to each. For the individual, however, these factors are not isolated from each…

Early Service Leavers: a study of the factors associated with premature separation from the UK Armed Forces and the mental health of those that leave early

Approximately 18,000 personnel leave the UK Armed Forces annually. Those leaving before completing the minimum term of their contracts are called early Service leavers (ESLs). This study aims to identify characteristics associated with being an ESL, and compare the post-discharge…

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in U.S. Soldiers Returning from Iraq

Background: An important medical concern of the Iraq war is the potential long-term effect of mild traumatic brain injury, or concussion, particularly from blast explosions. However, the epidemiology of combat-related mild traumatic brain injury is poorly understood. Methods: We surveyed…

A Review of Initial Entry Training Discharges at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, for Accuracy of Discharge Classification Type: Fiscal Year 2003

This study examines the extent to which discharges from Initial Entry Training can be adequately characterized by the current policy of a single descriptive category. Service records of each trainee discharged from Fort Leonard Wood in 2003 were examined. The…

Mental Disorders Among U.S. Military Personnel in the 1990s: Association With High Levels of Health Care Utilization and Early Military Attrition

Epidemiological studies have shown that mental disorders are associated with reduced health-related quality of life, high levels of health care utilization, and work absenteeism. However, measurement of the burden of mental disorders by using population-based methods in large working populations,…