ARTICLES SPECIFIC TO THE MILITARY
President George W. Bush Fights to Take ‘Disorder’ Out of PTSD
President Bush is front and center in the news this week, a position he hasn’t frequently occupied since leaving office five years ago, stepping back into the spotlight to shine a spotlight of his own on post-9/11 veterans and his fight to take the “Disorder” out of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Knowledge Gained From the Brief Traumatic Brain Injury Screen - Implications for Treating Canadian Military Personnel
Objective: To compare physical and mental health outcomes of Canadian military personnel with probable mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) to outcomes of those without and to report implications for collaboration and treatment.
Predictors of posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, and suicidal ideation among Canadian Forces personnel in a National Canadian Military Health Survey
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Despite efforts to elucidate the relationship between traumatic event exposure and adverse mental health outcomes, our ability to understand why only some trauma-exposed individuals become emotionally affected remains challenged.
HeartMath® Resilience Programs for Military Personnel
HeartMath Resilience Training incorporates research-based self-regulation techniques and technologies to ...
- increase resilience
- improve mental performance and decision making in adverse environments
- reduce stress symptoms in a wide range of contexts
Backed by science, research and experience, HeartMath’s programs are tailored to fit the tactical requirements of every phase of military life.