Effectiveness of battlefield-ethics training during combat deployment: a programme assessment.

@article{Warner2011EffectivenessOB,
  title={Effectiveness of battlefield-ethics training during combat deployment: a programme assessment.},
  author={Christopher H. Warner and George N. Appenzeller and Angela Mobbs and Jessica R Parker and Carolynn M Warner and Thomas A Grieger and Charles W. Hoge},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={2011},
  volume={378 9794},
  pages={915-24}
}
BACKGROUND Breakdowns in the ethical conduct of soldiers towards non-combatants on the battlefield are of grave concern in war. Evidence-based training approaches to prevent unethical conduct are scarce. We assessed the effectiveness of battlefield-ethics training and factors associated with unethical battlefield conduct. METHODS The training package, based on movie vignettes and leader-led discussions, was administered 7 to 8 months into a 15-month high-intensity combat deployment in Iraq… CONTINUE READING
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