New issue of Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health is available online, open access and in two editions

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New issue now online and open access…

Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health - Volume 2 Issue 2, November 2016

Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health is available online, open access and in two editions:
JMVFH Online -
JMVFH Flipbook version -

Anchoring and expanding collaboration within the global MVHR landscape

Stéphanie Bélanger and Alice B. Aiken

How military life affects us all: the mental health of military children
Andrea M. Stelnicki and Kelly D. Schwartz

Coordinating advances in understanding Veterans' wellbeing: the Veterans Research Hub
Alex Cooper

Family/household characteristics and the positive mental health of Canadian military members: mediation through social support

Megan E. Therrien, Isabelle Richer, Jennifer E.C. Lee, Kimberley Watkins, and Mark A. Zamorski

Children’s positive experiences growing up in Canadian military households
Amanda Bullock and Alla Skomorovsky

The impact of military life on the well-being of children in single-parent military families
Alla Skomorovsky, Deborah Norris, Amanda Bullock, and Kimberly Smith Evans

Do DSM-5 changes to PTSD symptom cluster criteria alter the frequency of probable PTSD when screening treatment-seeking Canadian Forces members and Veterans?
Maya Roth, Kate St. Cyr, Amanda Levine, Lisa King, and Don Richardson

Cannabis use among Canadian Armed Forces Veterans
Roxanne Sterniczuk and John Whelan

Yoga and Canadian Armed Forces members’ well-being: an analysis based on select physiological and psychological measures
Dianne Groll, Danielle Charbonneau, Stéphanie Bélanger, Samantha Senyshyn

Prevalence of hearing problems among Canadian Armed Forces Veterans: Life After Service Studies
James M. Thompson, Linda VanTil, Katya Feder, Jill Sweet, Margaret Boswall, Cyd Courchesne, Gregory A. Banta, Pierre Lamontagne, Laura Bogaert, Kristofer McKinnon, and Alain Poirier

A scoping review on heterogeneity in rehabilitation research: implications for return to duty in a military population
Sebastien Perigny-Lajoie and Jacqueline S. Hebert

The Experiential Learning for Veterans in Assistive Technology and Engineering (ELeVATE) program
Rory A. Cooper, Mary Goldberg, Maria Milleville, and Randy Williams

Resilience training, stories, and health
Julie Salverson