Research Paper Title Fit to fight – from military hygiene to wellbeing in the British Army. Background This paper reviews the historical evolution of the language and organisation surrounding the health of personnel in the British Army from ‘hygiene’ through to ‘wellbeing’. It starts by considering the health of the army in the mid-nineteenth century… Read More
Burnout in Military Nurses
Research Paper Title Sociodemographic and occupational aspects associated with burnout in military nursing workers. Background The purpose of the is study was to analyse the association between burnout and sociodemographic and occupational features of military nursing workers. Methods A cross-sectional study, developed in five military hospitals of the Army of Rio Grande do Sul State,… Read More
Reviewing Occupational Therapy for Military Personnel & Veterans
Research Paper Title Occupational therapy for military personnel and military veterans experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder: A scoping review. Background As the rate of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among military personnel and military veterans continues to rise, occupational therapists are increasingly concerned with the impact of this disorder on health, occupational performance, and quality of life.… Read More
An Analysis of Reported Dangerous Incidents, Exposures, & Near Misses amongst Australian Army Soldiers
Research Paper Title An Analysis of Reported Dangerous Incidents, Exposures, and Near Misses amongst Army Soldiers. Background Occupational health and safety incidents occurring in the military context are of great concern to personnel and commanders. Incidents such as “dangerous incidents”, “exposures”, and “near misses” (as distinct from injuries, illnesses, and fatalities) indicate serious health and… Read More
Utilising Technology for the Physiological Monitoring of Healthy Military Personnel
Research Paper Title Physiological monitoring for healthy military personnel. Abstract Military employment commonly exposes personnel to strenuous physical exertion. The resulting interaction between occupational stress and individual susceptibility to illness demands careful management. This could extend to prospective identification of high physiological strain in healthy personnel, in addition to recognition and protection of vulnerable individuals.… Read More
What is the Long-term Capacity to Return to Work following Gunshot Injury?
Research Paper Title Occupational outcomes following combat-related gunshot injury: Cohort study. Background The long-term impact of gun violence on physical function and occupational disability remains poorly explored. The researchers sought to examine the effect of combat-related gunshot injury on work capacity within a cohort of military service members and identify clinical characteristics that influence the… Read More
Linking Vitamin D Levels & Deficiency with Different Occupations
Research Paper Title Vitamin D levels and deficiency with different occupations: a systematic review. Background Vitamin D deficiency is prevalent worldwide, but some groups are at greater risk. The researchers aimed to evaluate vitamin D levels in different occupations and identify groups vulnerable to vitamin D deficiency. Methods An electronic search conducted in Medline, Embase,… Read More
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