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Postmilitary Adjustment to Civilian Life: Potential Risks and Protective Factors
Background. Adjustment to civilian life in Canadian veterans after release from military service has not been well studied. Objectives. The objectives of this study were: (1) to explore dimensions of postmilitary ...
Disability Correlates in Canadian Armed Forces Regular Force Veterans
Purpose: This study was undertaken to inform disability mitigation for military veterans by identifying personal, environmental, and health factors associated with activity limitations. Method: A sample of 3154 Canadian ...
Health-related Quality of Life of Canadian Forces Veterans After Transition to Civilian Life
OBJECTIVES: Describe health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of former Canadian Forces (CF) men and women in uniform (Veterans) after transition to civilian life, and compare to age- and sex-adjusted Canadian norms. METHODS: ...
Pain in Canadian Veterans: Analysis of data from the Survey on Transition to Civilian Life
Background: Little is known about the prevalence of chronic pain among Veterans outside the United States. Objective: To describe the prevalence of chronic pain and associated sociodemographic, health behaviour, ...
Roles of Physical and Mental Health in Suicidal Ideation in Canadian Armed Forces Regular Force Veterans
OBJECTIVES: Suicide in recent veterans is an international concern. An association between mental disorders and suicide has been established, but lessinformation is available about an association between physical health ...