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'We are the forgotten victims’: Perspectives of adult siblings of persons with traumatic brain injury
Primary objective: This study determined how the lives of a cross-national sample of adult siblings had changed since their brothers and sisters incurred a traumatic brain injury. Research design: A...
National Guard Families After Combat: Mental Health, Use of Mental Health Services, and Perceived Treatment Barriers
ObjectiveNational Guard forces have deployed in large numbers to Iraq and Afghanistan since September 11, 2001. The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to assess mental health symptoms...
The Military Genogram: A Solution-Focused Approach for Resiliency Building in Service Members and Their Families
In recent decades, it has become evident among mental health practitioners that the military is a unique culture that is comprised of distinct ethics, core values, codes of conduct, and strict...
Understanding the role of communication in maintaining and forming friendships following traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Primary objective: To describe and analyse how two adults with traumatic brain injury (TBI) construct meaning about their communication and its impact upon friendships. This information was sought...
The Department of Defense (DoD) is exploring the holistic construct of total force fitness for individual service members. This exploration provides an opportunity to understand fitness concepts in...
Cognitive Outcome Following Traumatic Brain Injury
Objective: To determine whether an association exists between traumatic brain injury (TBI) sustained in adulthood and cognitive impairment 6 months or longer after injury. Design: Systematic review...
Long-term Neurologic Outcomes After Traumatic Brain Injury
Objective: To determine the relations between traumatic brain injury (TBI) and several neurologic outcomes 6 months or more after TBI. Participants: Not applicable. Design: Systematic review of the...
The Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program: Family skills component.
Field combat stress clinics and research have identified the signature event that precedes thoughts of suicide and homicide in combat soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan: a distressing personal...
Military Children and Families: Strengths and Challenges During Peace and War
Throughout history, military children and families have shown great capacity for adaptation and resilience. However, in recent years, unprecedented lengthy and multiple combat deployments of service...
Traumatic Bereavement in War Veterans
More than a million men and women have been deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) since the beginning of these conflicts. Recent studies show that loss of...
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