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Toward a Model of Military Family Resiliency: A Narrative Review
Over the years, the construct of resilience has been increasing in complexity, indicated by the lack of consensus in its definition, operationalization, and measurement. Resiliency in military families is of particular ...
Occupational Therapy and the Families of Military and Veterans
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Quality participation experiences in the physical activity domain: Perspectives of veterans with a physical disability
Objectives: An important consideration for physical activity (PA) participation for individuals with a physical disability, including veterans, is that opportunities exist for full participation. Full participation can be ...
Exploring Strategies Used to Deliver Physical Activity Experiences to Veterans With a Physical Disability
Purpose: Physical activity is an important method of rehabilitation used to promote positive physical and psychosocial outcomes among military personnel, including Veterans, with a physical disability. However, minimal ...
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, ...
Applying Durkheim’s Theory of Suicide: A Study of Altruism and Anomie Among Canadian Veterans of Afghanistan
As over 40,000 Canadian service-personnel returned from the war in Afghanistan, more than one third believe they did not make a successful transition. This study inquiries into the lived-experience of Canadian Veterans who ...
War and Family Life
Book review for War and Family Life; the latest in Springer's Risk and Resilience in Military and Veteran Families series.