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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 ...
Mental Health Services Use Trends in Canadian Veterans: A Population-Based Retrospective Cohort Study in Ontario
Objective: A substantial evidence base in the peer-reviewed literature exists investigating mental illness in the military, but relatively less is documented about mental illness in veterans. This study uses provincial, ...
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 ...
The Mental Health of Military-Connected Children: A Scoping Review
Objectives: Children growing up in military families are naturally exposed to certain elements of the military family lifestyle, which has been characterized by a unique triad of mobility, family separation, and risk. The ...
Suicide in Canadian Veterans Living in Ontario: a Retrospective Cohort Study Linking Routinely Collected Data
Objectives: To compare the risk of death by suicide in male veterans with age-matched civilians. Design: Retrospective cohort study linking provincial administrative databases between 1990 and 2013 with follow-up ...
A retrospective cohort study comparing non-fatal self-harm emergency department visits between Canadian veterans living in Ontario and matched civilians
This was a retrospective cohort study linking provincial administrative databases to compare rates of non-fatal self-harm between CAF and RCMP veterans living in Ontario and age-matched civilians. This study included male ...