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Burgess, J. (2010) The Army Primary Health Care Service: From Foundation to Future. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps. 156(3), pp.185-188.
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Blacker, S.D., Wilkinson, D.M. & Rayson, M.P. (2009) Gender Differences in the Physical Demands of British Army Recruit Training. Military Medicine. 174(8), pp.811-816.
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Thompson, J.C., Boddy, K., Stein, R., Whear, R., Barton, J. & Depledge, M.H. (2011) Does Participating in Physical Activity in Outdoor Natural Environments Have a Greater Effect on Physical and Mental Wellbeing than Physical Activity Indoors? A Systematic Review. Environmental Science & Technology. 45(5), pp.1761-1772.
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Wilkinson, D.M., Blacker, S.D., Richmond, V.L., Horner, F.E., Rayson, M.P., Spiess, A. & Knapick, J.J. (2011) Injuries and Injury Risk Factors among British Army Infantry Soldiers during Predeployment Training. Injury Prevention. 17, pp.381-387.
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Golriz, S. & Walker, B. (2011) Can Load Carriage System Weight, Design and Placement Affect Pain and Discomfort? A Systematic Review. Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. 24(1), pp.1-16.
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Johnston, V., Coyle, J., Pope, R. & Orr, R.M. (2011) Load Carriage and the Female Soldier. Journal of Military and Veteran’s Health. 19(3).
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Orr, R.M., Pope, R., Johnston, V. & Coyle, J. (2011) Load Carriage and its Force Impact. Australian Defence Force Journal. 185, pp.52-63.
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