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|Title:||Further support for the families of Australia's war veterans requires a broad research strategy.|
|Authors:||Peach, Hedley G.|
|Publisher:||Australasian Medical Publishing Company|
|Place of publication:||Sydney|
|Journal title:||Medical Journal of Australia|
|Abstract:||•Vietnam veterans reported a high prevalence of health problems among their partners and children in a 1998 survey. •Data about the effect of our veterans’ war service on the health of their families are quite limited. These data are mainly from the Vietnam and Gulf Wars; cover veterans, partners and children independently; and largely focus on the individuals’ medical conditions and risk factors. •Australia should develop a broad research strategy that uses a wider definition of health, looks at veterans’ families as a whole, and does so from a range of perspectives, including sociological, life-course and trans-generation perspectives. •Preventive research should be emphasised, especially into enhancing resilience of veterans’ families. •The use and usefulness of current services should be evaluated, including whether they need to be more family-inclusive.|
|Internal ID Number:||00127|
|Health Subject:||VIETNAM VETERANS|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Output|
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