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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, ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...