The long-term consequences of military deployment: a 5-year cohort study of United kingdom reservists deployed to Iraq in 2003.

@article{Harvey2012TheLC,
  title={The long-term consequences of military deployment: a 5-year cohort study of United kingdom reservists deployed to Iraq in 2003.},
  author={Samuel B Harvey and Stephani L Hatch and Margaret Jones and Lisa Hull and Norman Jones and Neil Greenberg and Christopher Dandeker and Nicola T. Fear and Simon Wessely},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={176 12},
  pages={1177-84}
}
Reserve and National Guard forces have been mobilized to an unprecedented degree in recent overseas conflicts. There is concern that rates of psychological problems may continue to rise for many years after deployment. The authors conducted a cohort study of 552 United Kingdom Reservists who deployed to Iraq in 2003 and 391 nondeployed Reservists. Measures of mental health and social functioning were collected a mean of 16 months and 4.8 years after return from possible deployment. At the first… CONTINUE READING

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