Greater prevalence of post‐traumatic stress disorder and depression in deployed Canadian Armed Forces personnel at risk for moral injury

@article{Nazarov2018GreaterPO,
  title={Greater prevalence of post‐traumatic stress disorder and depression in deployed Canadian Armed Forces personnel at risk for moral injury},
  author={A. Nazarov and D. Fikretoglu and A. Liu and M. Thompson and M. Zamorski},
  journal={Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica},
  year={2018},
  volume={137}
}
A link between moral injury (i.e., the psychological distress caused by perceived moral transgressions) and adverse mental health outcomes (AMHO) has been recently proposed. However, the prevalence of exposure to morally injurious events and the associated risk of experiencing AMHO remains understudied. 
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