Deportation of Non-citizen Military Veterans: A Critical Analysis of Implications for the Right to Health

Research Paper Title Deportation of non-citizen military veterans: A critical analysis of implications for the right to health. Abstract Military personnel are commonly exposed to health-harming conditions during their service, resulting in higher rates of physical and mental health conditions compared with the general population. In an era of mass deportations, it is notable that… Read More

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Describing the Experience of Former UK Military Personnel Re-Entering the Civilian World

Research Paper Title The Experience of Former UK Military Personnel Re-Entering the Civilian World. Abstract This thesis focuses on the experiences of former UK military personnel from all three armed services re-entering the civilian workplace. There is a distinct lack of research in this area with only limited studies carried out which tend to focus… Read More

TV Casting Call: Experts Required for a New Survival TV Series

Left/Right, an award-winning TV production company, is developing a survival television series and are looking for experts from a variety of backgrounds to host. They are specifically interested in finding former military for this new, exciting project. Left/Right believes former military possess the resilience, unmatched skill set, and ability to thrive in extreme conditions that they… Read More

What is the Economic Cost of Overlooking Ex-Military Personnel & their Skills?

New research has revealed that the UK economy could suffer losses of up to £1.5 billion in the next five years if service leavers are unable to find employment, or are under employed upon leaving the Armed Forces. The research calculates the direct and indirect contribution of the up to 85,000 personnel that are estimated… Read More

Homes For Heroes Are Helping (US) Military Employees To Buy Cheaper Homes

Introduction People, who work in the military, serve America in the greatest way possible, but it isn’t an easy job. In fact, it is one of the hardest jobs to take on; more than 52,000 US military employees have been injured since 9/11, and hundreds of thousands more suffer from psychological problems as a consequence of their… Read More

Addressing Gaps in Military Cultural Competence in Medical Education

Research Paper Title Addressing Military Cultural Competence in Medical Education. Abstract Dr. Lypson and colleagues reported that continuing education workshops, aligned with objectives of the Joining Forces Initiative, can increase knowledge and understanding of veterans’ unique health needs among Veterans Health Administration (VHA) and non-VHA employees. However, based on the US House of Representatives Committee… Read More