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 - http://bit.ly/jmvfh22
JMVFH Flipbook version - http://bit.ly/jmvfh22u

EDITORIAL
Anchoring and expanding collaboration within the global MVHR landscape

Stéphanie Bélanger and Alice B. Aiken
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IN GRAPHICS
How military life affects us all: the mental health of military children
Andrea M. Stelnicki and Kelly D. Schwartz
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Coordinating advances in understanding Veterans' wellbeing: the Veterans Research Hub
Alex Cooper
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RESEARCH
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
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Children’s positive experiences growing up in Canadian military households
Amanda Bullock and Alla Skomorovsky
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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
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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
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Cannabis use among Canadian Armed Forces Veterans
Roxanne Sterniczuk and John Whelan
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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
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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
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REVIEWS
A scoping review on heterogeneity in rehabilitation research: implications for return to duty in a military population
Sebastien Perigny-Lajoie and Jacqueline S. Hebert
http://bit.ly/jmvfh22m

EMERGING PRACTICES AND PROGRAMS
The Experiential Learning for Veterans in Assistive Technology and Engineering (ELeVATE) program
Rory A. Cooper, Mary Goldberg, Maria Milleville, and Randy Williams
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ARTS AND HUMANITIES
Resilience training, stories, and health
Julie Salverson
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