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2014Jones, E., Wessely, S.Battle for the mind: World War 1 and the birth of military psychiatryLancet 2014; 384: 170814
2014Gribble, R., Wessely, S., Klein, S., Alexander, D.A., Dandeker, C. Fear, N.T.British Public Opinion after a Decade of War: Attitudes to Iraq and AfghanistanPolitics doi: 10.11111467-9256.12073
2014Malcolm, E, Stevelink, S AM Fear, N TCare Pathways for UK and US Service Personnel Who Are Visually ImpairedMalcolm, E., Stevelink, S. A. M., Fear, N. T. (2014). Care pathways for UK and US service personnel who are visually impaired. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps. doi:10.1136jramc-2014-000265.
2014Vermetten, E., Greenberg, N., Boeschoten, M. A., Delahaije, R., Jetly, R., Castro, C. A., McFarlane, A. CDeployment-related mental health support: comparative analysis of NATO and allied ISAF partnersEuropean Journal of Psychotraumatology 2014, 5: 23732 - http:dx.doi.org10.3402ejpt.v5.23732
2014T. Dazzi, R. Gribble, S. Wessely and N. T. FearDoes asking about suicide and related behaviours induce suicidal ideation? What is the evidence?Dazzi T, Gribble R, Wessely S, Fear NT (2014). Does asking about suicide and related behaviours induce suicidal ideation? What is the evidence? Psychol Med. 2014 Jul 7:1-3.
2014Bhui, K., Warfa, N. Jones, E.Is Violent Radicalisation Associated with Poverty, Migration, Poor Self-Reported Health and Common Mental Disorders?PloS one, 9(3), e90718. DOI: 10.1371journal.pone.0090718
2014Rona, R.J., Jones, M., Keeling, M., Hull., Wessely, S. Fear, N.T.Mental health consequences of overstretch in the UK Armed Forces, 200709: a population-based cohort studyLancet Pyschiatry 2014, http:dx.doi.org10.1016S2215-0366(14)00062-5
2014Sundin, J, Herrell, RK, Hoge, CW, Fear, NT, Adler, AB, Greenberg, N, Riviere, LA, Thomas, JL, Wessely, S, Bliese, PDMental health outcomes in US and UK military personnel returning from IraqBritish Journal of Psychiatry; doi: 10.1192bjp.bp.113.129569
2014K. Bhui, B. Everitt and E. JonesMight Depression, Psychosocial Adversity, and Limited Social Assets Explain Vulnerability to and Resistance against Violent Radicalisation?Bhui, K., Everitt, B., Jones, E. (2014). Might depression, psychosocial adversity, and limited social assets explain vulnerability to and resistance against violent radicalisation?. PloS one, 9(9), e105918.
2014Jones, N., Fear, N.T., Rona, R., Fertout, M., Thandi, G., Wessely, S. Greenberg, N.Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) among UK military personnel whilst deployed in Afghanistan in 2011Brain Injury; doi: 10.310902699052.2014.888479
2014Jones, N., Twardzicki, M., Ryan, J., Jackson, T., Fertout, M., Henderson, C., Greenberg, N.Modifying attitudes to mental health using comedy as a delivery mediumSoc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol; doi: 10.1007s00127-014-0868-2
2014Rowe, S.L., Keeling, M., Wessely, S. Fear, N.T.Perceptions of the impact a military career has on childrenOccupational Medicine doi:10.1093occmedkqu096
2014Gribble, R., Wessely, S., Klein, S., Alexander, D.A., Dandeker, C. Fear, N.T.Public Awareness of UK Veterans CharitiesRUSI; doi: 10.108003071847.2014.895258
2014Parsloe, L., Jones, N., Fertout, M., Luzon, O., Greenberg, N.Rest and recuperation in the UK Armed ForcesOccup Med (Lond) (2014) doi: 10.1093occmedkqu119
2014Bergman, B. P., Burdett, H. J., Greenberg, N.Service Life and Beyond Institution or Culture?The RUSI Journal, 159:5, 60-68, DOI: 10.108003071847.2014.969946
2014Dunn, R., Williams, R., Kemp, V., Patel, D., Greenberg, N.Systematic review: deployment length and the mental health of diplomatsOccup Med (Lond) (2014) doi: 10.1093occmedkqu142
2014Jones, E.Terror Weapons: The British Experience of Gas and Its Treatment in the First World WarWar in History, 21(3), 355-375. DOI: 10.11770968344513510248
2014MacManus D, Jones N, Wessely S, Fear N.T, Jones E, Greenberg NThe mental health of the UK Armed Forces in the 21st century: resilience in the face of adversityJ R Army Med Corps; doi: 10.1136jramc-2013-000213
2014Hunt, E.J.F, Wessely, S., Jones, N., Rona, R.J. Greenberg, N.The mental health of the UK Armed Forces: where facts meet fictionhttp:dx.doi.org10.3402ejpt.v5.23617
2014Stevelink, S. A. M., Malcolm, E. M., Mason, C., Jenkins, S., Sundin, J., Fear, N. T.The prevalence of mental health disorders in (ex-)military personnel with a physical impairment: a systematic reviewOccup Environ Med doi:10.1136oemed- 2014-102207
2014Jones N, Thandi G, Fear N T, Wessely S, Greenberg NThe psychological effects of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on UK military personnel in AfghanistanOccup Environ Med Published Online First doi:10.1136oemed-2013- 101903
2013Aguirre M, Greenberg N, Sharpley J, Simpson R Wall CA pilot study of an Enhanced Mental Health Assessment during routine and discharge medicals in the British Armed ForcesJ R Army Med Corps 2013 June; 0:15. doi:10.1136jramc-2013-000058
2013Hicks T, Banks R, Fear NT, Greenberg N.Acceptability of anxiety management within UK armed forcesOccup Med. 2013 Sep;63(6):439-41. doi: 10.1093occmedkqt083. Epub 2013 Jul 25.
2013Aguirre M, Greenberg N, Sharpley J, Simpson R, Wall C.Alcohol consumption in the UK armed forces: are we drinking too much?J R Army Med Corps. 2013 Jun 17. doi: 10.1136jramc-2013-000059. [Epub ahead of print]
2013Jones N, Fertout M, Parsloe L, Greenberg N.An evaluation of the psychological impact of operational rest and recuperation in United Kingdom Armed Forces personnel: a post-intervention surveyJ R Soc Med. 2013 Jul 3. [Epub ahead of print]
2013Wesson M, Whybrow D, Gould M Greenberg NAn Initial Evaluation of the Clinical and Fitness for Work Outcomes of a Military Group Behavioural Activation ProgrammeBehavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy: doi:10.1017S135246581300043X
2013Goodwin L, Ben-Zion I, Fear NT, Hotopf M, Stansfeld SA, Wessely S.Are Reports of Psychological Stress Higher in Occupational Studies? A Systematic Review across Occupational and Population Based Studies.PLoS One. 2013 Nov 4;8(11):e78693. doi: 10.1371journal.pone.0078693.
2013Forbes HJ, Boyd CF, Jones N, Greenberg N, Jones E, Wessely S, Iversen AC, Fear NT.Attitudes to mental illness in the U.K. Military: a comparison with the general population.Mil Med. 2013 Sep;178(9):957-65. doi: 10.7205MILMED-D-12-00436.
2013Jones N, Jones M, Fear NT, Fertout M, Wessely S Greenberg NCan mental health and readjustment be improved in UK military personnel by a brief period of structured postdeployment rest (third location decompression)?Occupational Environmental Medicine 2013: 70: 439-445. doi:10.1136oemed-2012-101229
2013Osorio C, Jones N, Fertout M, Greenberg N.Changes in stigma and barriers to care over time in u.k. Armed forces deployed to afghanistan and iraq between 2008 and 2011Mil Med. 2013 Aug;178(8):846-53. doi: 10.7205MILMED-D-13-00079.
2013Wesson M, Whybrow D,Greenberg N Gould MClinical supervision in a UK military Department of Community Mental HealthJ R Army Med Corps 2013;0:13. doi:10.1136jramc-2013-000079
2013Osorio C, Greenberg N, Jones N, Goodwin L, Fertout M, Maia A.Combat Exposure and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Portuguese Special Operation Forces Deployed in AfghanistanMilitary Psychology, 25 (1):70-81; 10.1037h0094758
2013Whybrow D, Jones N Greenberg NCorporate Knowledge of Psychiatric Services Available in a Combat ZoneMilitary Medicine, 178, 2:e241, 2013
2013Holmes J, Fear NT, Harrison K, Sharpley J Wessely SEditorial: Suicide among Falkland war veteransBMJ May 2013;346:f3204 doi: 10.1136bmj.f3204
2013Rowe, M; Murphy, D; Wessely, S Fear, NTExploring the Impact of Deployment to Iraq on RelationshipsMilitary Behavioral Health, 1: 19, 2013; DOI:10.108021635781.2012.721060
2013Hines LA, Goodwin L, Jones M, Hull L, Wessely S, Fear NT, Rona RJ.Factors Affecting Help Seeking for Mental Health Problems After Deployment to Iraq and AfghanistanPsychiatr Serv. 2013 Sep 16. doi: 10.1176appi.ps.004972012. [Epub ahead of print]
2013van Hoorn LA, Jones N, Busuttil W, Fear NT, Wessely S, Hunt E Greenberg NIraq and Afghanistan veteran presentations to Combat Stress, since 2003Occupational Medicine 2013;63:238241 65279; doi:10.1093occmedkqt017
2013Goodwin L, Bourke JH, Forbes H, Hotopf M, Hull L, Jones, N, Rona RJ, Wessely S Fear NTIrritable bowel syndrome in the UK military after deployment to Iraq: what are the risk factors?Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol DOI 10.1007s00127-013-0699-6
2013Hatch SL, Harvey S, Dandeker C, Burdett H, Greenberg N, Fear NT Wessely S.Life in and after the Armed Forces: social networks and mental health in the UK militarySociology of Health Illness Vol. 35 No. 7 2013 pp. 10451064 doi: 10.11111467-9566.12022
2013Jones N, Mitchell P, Clack J, Fertout M, Fear NT, Wessely S, Greenberg N.Mental health and psychological support in UK armed forces personnel deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 and 2011.Br J Psychiatry. 2013 Nov 21. [Epub ahead of print]
2013Jones, N., Twardzicki, M., Fertout, M., Jackson, T., Greenberg, N.Mental Health, Stigmatising Beliefs, Barriers to Care and Help-Seeking in a Non-Deployed Sample of UK Army PersonnelJones N, Twardzicki M, Fertout M, Jackson T, Greenberg N (2013) Mental Health, Stigmatising Beliefs, Barriers to Care and Help-Seeking in a Non-Deployed Sample of UK Army Personnel. J Psychol Psychother 3: 129. doi: 10.41722161-0487.1000129
2013Foran HM, Garber BG, Zamorski MA, Wray M, Mulligan K, Greenberg N, Castro CA, Adler ABPostdeployment military mental health training: Cross-national evaluations.Psychol Serv. 2013 May;10(2):152-60. doi: 10.1037/a0032609.
2013Defence GlobalProfile: Kings Centre for Military Health ResearchDefence Global, Nov 2013, Barclay Media Ltd
2013Goodwin L, Rona RJ.PTSD in the armed forces: What have we learned from the recent cohort studies of Iraq/Afghanistan?J Ment Health. 2013 Oct;22(5):397-401. doi: 10.3109/09638237.2013.819422.
2013Rona RJ, Jones M, Goodwin L, Hull L & Wessely S.Risk Factors for Headache in the UK Military - Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal AnalysesHeadache. 2013 May;53(5):787-98 doi: 10.1111/head.12101
2013Hines LA, Jawahar K, Wessely S Fear NT.Self-harm in the UK militaryOccupational Medicine doi:10.1093occmedkqt065
2013Linden SC, Jones E, Lees AJ.Shell shock at Queen Square: Lewis Yealland 100 years onBrain. 2013 Jun;136(Pt 6):1976-88. doi: 10.1093/brain/aws331. Epub 2013 Feb 4.
2013Ruffa C, Dandeker C & Vennesson PSoldiers drawn into politics? The influence of tactics in civil–military relationsSmall Wars & Insurgencies, 2013 Vol. 24, No. 2, 322–334, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09592318.2013.778035
2013Greenberg N.Stress and war: the limits of neuropsychiatryJ Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2013 Sep;84(9):e1. doi: 10.1136/jnnp-2013-306103.6.
2013Wessely S.The Psychological Impact of Operations in Iraq: What has it Been, and What Can We expect in the Future?In: J Bailey, R Iron H Strachan (eds) British Generals in Blair's Wars. Ashgate 2013, 201-216
2013Hunt E, Jones N, Hastings V, Greenberg N.TRiM: an organizational response to traumatic events in Cumbria Constabulary.Occup Med (Lond). 2013 Dec;63(8):549-55. doi: 10.1093occmedkqt113. Epub 2013 Oct 30.
2013MacManus D & Wessely SVeteran mental health services in the UK: Are we headed in the right direction?Journal of Mental Health, 2013; 22(4): 301–305 - DOI: 10.3109/09638237.2013.819421
2013MacManus D, Dean K, Jones M, Rona RJ, Greenberg N, Hull L, Fahy T, Wessely S, Fear NTViolent offending by UK military personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan: a data linkage cohort studyThe Lancet, Volume 381, Issue 9870, Pages 907 - 917, 16 March 2013. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(13)60354-2
2013Dandeker, CWhat "Success" Means in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya.J Burk (ed.) How 911 Changed our Ways of War.
2013Jones M, Sundin J, Goodwin L, Hull L, Fear N, Wessely S, Rona R.What explains Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in UK Service Personnel? Deployment or something else?Psychol Med. 2013 Aug;43(8):1703-12. doi: 10.1017S0033291712002619. Epub 2012 Nov 13.
2013Fear NT, Sundin J Wessely SWhat is the impact on mental health and wellbeing of military service in general and deployment in particular? A UK perspective.Venables, K (ed) 'Current Topics in Occupational Epidemiology'
2012Murphy, D; Marteaub, T.M; Wessely, S.A longitudinal study of UK military personnel offered anthrax vaccination: Informed choice, symptom reporting, uptake and pre-vaccination healthVaccine 2012: 30: 1088-1094
2012Keeling M, Knight T, Sharp D, Fertout M, Greenberg N, Chesnokov M &Rona RJContrasting beliefs about screening for mental disorders among UK military personnel returning from deployment to AfghanistanJ Med Screen 2012:1–6 DOI: 10.1258/jms.2012.012054
2012Fear NT, Seddon R, Jones N, Greenberg N, & Wessely SDoes anonymity increase the reporting of mental health symptoms?BMC Public Health 2012, 12:797 ; doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-797
2012Buckman, JEJ; Forbes, EJ; Clayton, T; Jones, M; Jones, N; Greenberg, N.Early Service leavers: a study of the factors associated with premature separation from the UK Armed Forces and the mental health of those that leave earlyEuropean Journal of Public Health 2012: doi:10.1093/eurpub/cks042
2012Mulligan, K; Jones, N; Davies, M; McAllister, P; Fear, NT; Wessely, S; Greenberg, N.Effects of home on the mental health of British forces serving in Iraq and AfghanistanThe British Journal of Psychiatry 1-6, DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.111.097527
2012Rona, R.J; Jones, M; Fear, N.T; Sundin, J; Hull, L; Wessely, S.Frequency of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Iraq and Afghanistan: Are We Measuring Incidence or Prevalence?Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 2012: 27 (1): 75-82
2012Linden, S.C; Jones, E.German Battle Casualties: The Treatment of Functional Somatic Disorders during World War IJ Hist Med Allied Sci. 2012 Apr 5. doi:10.1093/jhmas/jrs024
2012Creamer, M.C.; Varker, T; Bisson, J; Darte, K; Greenberg, N.Guidelines for Peer Support in High-Risk Organizations: An International Consensus Study Using the Delphi MethodJournal of Traumatic Stress 2012; 25: 134–141
2012Woodhead,C; Wessely, S; Jones, N; Fear, N.T; Hatch, S.L.Impact of exposure to combat during deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan on mental health by genderPsychological Medicine 2012; DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S003329171100290X
2012Sundin, J; Mulligan, K; Henry, S; Hull, L; Jones, N; Greenberg, N; Wessely, S; Fear, NTImpact on Mental Health of Deploying as an Individual Augmentee in the U.K. Armed ForcesMilitary Medicine, Volume 177, Number 5, May 2012 , pp. 511-516(6)
2012Jones, N; Seddon, R; Fear, NT; McAllister, P; Wessely, S; Greenberg, N.Leadership, Cohesion, Morale, and the Mental Health of UK Armed Forces in AfghanistanPsychiatry 2012; 75 (1): 49-59
2012Rona, RJ.Long-term consequences of mild traumatic brain injuryThe British Journal of Psychiatry (2012) 201, 172–174. doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.112.111492
2012Rona RJ, Jones M, Fear NT, Hull L, Murphy D, Machell L, Coker B, Iversen AC, Jones N, David AS, Greenberg N, Hotopf M, Wessely SMild Traumatic Brain Injury in UK Military Personnel returning from Afghanistan and Iraq: cohort and cross-sectional analysesJournal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 2012: 27 (1): 33-44
2012Osorio C, Jones N, Fertout M & Greenberg NPerceptions of stigma and barriers to care among UK military personnel deployed to Afghanistan and IraqAnxiety, Stress, & Coping (2012) 1-19 ; DOI:10.1080/10615806.2012.725470
2012Mulligan, K; Fear, N.T; Jones, N; Alvarez, H; Hull, L; Naumann, U; Wessely, S; Greenberg, NPostdeployment Battlemind Training for the U.K. Armed Forces: A Cluster Randomized Controlled TrialJournal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 2012; doi: 10.1037/a0027664
2012Rona, RJ; Jones, M;Sundin, J; Goodwin, L; Hull, L; Wessely, S; Fear, NTPredicting persistent posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in UK military personnel who served in IraqJournal of Psychiatric Research (2012), doi:10.1016/j.jpsychires.2012.05.009
2012Goodwin, L; Jones, M; Rona, RJ; Sundin, J; Wessely, S; Fear, NTPrevalence of Delayed-Onset Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Military Personnel: Is There Evidence for This Disorder?J Nerv Ment Dis 2012;200: 429Y437
2012Messenger K, Farquharson L, Stallworthy P, Cawkill P, Greenberg N.The experiences of security industry contractors working in iraq: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.J Occup Environ Med. 2012 Jul;54(7):859-67. PubMed PMID: 22796932
2012Harvey, SB; Hatch, SL; Jones, M; Hull, L; Jones, N; Greenberg, N; Dandeker, C; Fear, NT; & Wessely, S.The Long-Term Consequences of Military Deployment: A 5-Year Cohort Study of United Kingdom Reservists Deployed to Iraq in 2003American Journal of Epidemiology (Nov 2012) Vol. 176, No. 12 - DOI: 10.1093/aje/kws248
2012Linden, S.C; Hess, V; Jones, E.The neurological manifestations of trauma: lessons from World War IEuropean Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 2012; 262 (3): 253-264
2012McColl, H; Bhui, K; Jones, EThe role of doctors in investigation, prevention and treatment of tortureJ R Soc Med 2012: 105: 464–471. DOI 10.1258/jrsm.2012.120100
2012Fertout, M; Jones, N; Greenberg, N;Third location decompression for individual augmentees after a military deploymentOccupational Medicine 2012; 62: 188-195
2012Browne, T; Evangeli, M; Greenberg, N.Trauma-Related Guilt and Posttraumatic Stress Among JournalistsJournal of Traumatic Stress 2012; 25: 207-210
2012Du Preez, J; Sundin, J; Wessely, S; Fear, N.T.Unit cohesion and mental health in the UK armed forcesOccupational Medicine 2012; 62: 47-53
2012MacManus, D; Dean, K; Al Bakir, M; Iversen, AC; Hull, L; Fahy, T; Wessely, S; Fear, NTViolent behaviour in UK military personnel returning home after deploymentPsychological Medicine (2012), 42, 1663–1673. doi:10.1017/S0033291711002327
2012Forbes, HJ; Jones, N; Woodhead, C; Greenberg, N; Harrison, K; White, S; Wessely, S; Fear, NTWhat are the effects of having an illness or injury whilst deployed on post deployment mental health? A population based record linkage study of UK Army personnel who have served in Iraq or AfghanistanBMC Psychiatry 2012, 12:178 doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-178
2012Jones M, Sundin J, Goodwin L, Hull L, Fear NT, Wessely S, Rona RJ.What explains posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in UK service personnel: deployment or something else?Psychological Medicine 2012 Nov 13:1-10. doi:10.1017/S0033291712002619
2012Jones, E‘The Gut War’ Functional Somatic Disorders in the UK during the Second World WarHistory of the Human Sciences 2012 25: 30. DOI: 10.1177/0952695112466515
2012Burdett, H; Woodhead C; Iversen, AC; Wessely, S; Dandeker, C; Fear NT‘‘Are You a Veteran?’’ Understanding of the Term ‘‘Veteran’’ among UK Ex-Service Personnel A Research NoteArmed Forces & Society 2012; doi:10.1177/0095327X12452033
2011Fernando, A; Hull, L; Greenberg, N; Fear, NT; Hotopf, M; Wessely, S."Warriors": impact of a powerful television drama on the psychological health of UK Bosnia peacekeepersAnnals of Epidemiology 2011; 21 (9): 660-665
2011Wesson M'Lessons learnt from America' - Reflections from a fellowship examining the prevention, recognition and treatment of operational stress injuries in US Army serving personnelJournal of the Royal Naval Medical Service 2010; 96 (3): 175-184
2011Jones N, Wink P, Brown AB, Berrecloth D, Abson E, Doyle J, Fear NT, Wessely S, Greenberg NA clinical follow-up study of reserve forces personnel treated for mental health problems following demobilisationJournal of Mental Health 2011; 20: 136-145
2011Fertout M, Jones N, Greenberg N, Mulligan K, Knight T, Wessely SA review of United Kingdom Armed Forces' approaches to prevent post-deployment mental health problemsInternational Review of Psychiatry 2011; 23(2):135-143
2011Rona RJ; Sundin J; Wood P; Fear NT.Agreement between body mass index, waist circumference and skin-fold thickness in the United Kingdom ArmyAnnals of Human Biology 2011; 38 (3): 257-264
2011Jones E, Fear NTAlcohol use and misuse within the military: A reviewInternational Review of Psychiatry 2011; 23: 166-172
2011Harvey SB; Hatch SL; Jones M; Hull L; Jones N; Greenberg N; Dandeker C; Fear NT; Wessely SComing home: social functioning and the mental health of UK Reservists on return from deployment to Iraq or AfghanistanAnnals of Epidemiolology 2011; 21 (9): 666-672
2011Hibberd J, Greenberg NCoping with the impact of working in a conflict zone: a comparative study of diplomatic staffJournal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: 53 (4): 352-357
2011Burdett H; Jones N; Fear N; Wessely S; Grennberg N.Early psychosocial intervention following operational deployment: analysis of a free text questionnaire responseMilitary Medicine 2011; 176: 620-625
2011Jones EEditorial - The military and its psychiatric challengesInternational Review of Psychiatry 2011; 23: 125-126
2011Murphy D; Sharp DExploring pre-enlistment and military factors associated with the morale of members of the UK Armed ForcesMilitary Medicine 2011; 176 (1): 13-18
2011Woodhead C; Rona RJ; Iversen AC; MacManus D; Hotopf M; Dean K; McManus S; Meltzer H; Brugha T; Jenkins R; Wessely S; Fear NT.Health of national service veterans: an analysis of a community-based sample using data from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey of England.Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2011; 46 (7): 559-566
2011MacManus, D., Dean, K., Iversen, A., Hull, L., Jones, N., Fahy, T., Wessely, S. and Fear, NImpact of pre-enlistment antisocial behaviour on behavioural outcomes among UK military personnelSocial Psychiatry Psychiatric Epidemiolology 2011; DOI 10.1007/s00127-011-0443-z
2011Woodhead C, Rona RJ, Iversen AC, MacManus D, Hotopf M, Dean K, McManus S, Meltzer H, Brugha T, Jenkins R, Wessely S, Fear NTMental health and health service use among post-national service veterans: results from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey of EnglandPsychological Medicine 2011; 41: 363-372
2011Sundin J; Fear NT; Wessely S; Rona RObesity in the UK Armed Forces: risk factorsMilitary Medicine 2011; 176: 507-512
2011Fear NT; Sundin J; Rona RJObesity in the United Kingdom Armed Forces: prevalence based on measured and self-reported dataMilitary Medicine 2011; 176 (1) :44-49
2011Gould, M.Patient preferences for the delivery of military mental health servicesMilitary Medicine 2011; 176, 6, 608-612
2011Pinder RJ, Greenberg N, Boyko EJ, Gackstetter GD, Hooper TI, Murphy D, Ryan MAK, Smith B, Smith TC, Wells TS, Wessely SProfile of two cohorts: UK and US prospective studies of military healthInternational Journal of Epidemiology 2011; doi: 10.1093/ije/dyr096
2011Mulligan, K.; Fear, NT.; Jones, N.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Psycho-educational interventions designed to prevent deployment-related psychological ill-health in Armed Forces personnel: a reviewPsychological Medicine 2011; 41: 673-678
2011Pinder RJ, Iversen AC, Kapur N, Wessely S, Fear NTSelf-harm and attempted suicide among UK Armed Forces personnel: results of a cross-sectional surveyInternational Journal of Social Psychiatry 2011; doi:10.1177/0020764011408534
2011Greenberg N, Langston V, Iversen AC, Wessely SThe acceptability of ‘Trauma Risk Management’ within the UK Armed ForcesOccupational Medicine 2011; 61 (3): 184-189
2011White C, De Burgh T, Fear NT, Iversen ACThe impact of deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan on military children: a review of the literatureInternational Review of Psychiatry 2011; 23: 210-217
2011De Burgh T, White C, Fear NT, Iversen ACThe impact of deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan on partners and wives of military personnelInternational Review of Psychiatry 2011; 23: 192-200
2011Sundin J; Forbes H; Fear NT; Iversen ACThe impact of the conflicts of Iraq and Afghanistan: a UK perspectiveInternational Review of Psychiatry 2011; 23: 153-159
2011Greenberg, N.; Jones, E.; Jones, N.; Fear, NT.; Wessely, S.The injured mind in the UK Armed ForcesPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B; Biological Sciences 2011; 366: 261-267
2011Forbes HJ, Fear NT, Iversen A, Dandeker CThe mental health of UK Armed Forces personnel. The impact of Iraq and AfghanistanRUSI journal 2011; 156 (2): 14-20
2011Seddon RL, Jones E & Greenberg N.The Role of Chaplains in Maintaining the Psychological Health of Military Personnel: An Historical and Contemporary PerspectiveMilitary Medicine, 176, 12:1357, 2011
2011Iversen AC, van Staden L, Hacker Hughes J, Greenberg N, Hotopf M, Rona RJ, Thornicroft G, Wessely S, Fear NTThe stigma of mental health problems and other barriers to care in the UK Armed ForcesBMC Health Services Research 2011; 11: 31
2011Jones, N.; Burdett, H.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.The subjective utility of early psychosocial interventions following combat deploymentOccupational Medicine 2011; 61: 102-107
2011Dandeker C, Greenberg N, Orme GThe UK’s Reserve Forces: Retrospect and ProspectArmed Forces and Society 2011; 37 (2): 341-360
2011Jones, E.War Neuroses and Arthur Hurst: A Pioneering Medical Film about the Treatment of Psychiatric Battle CasualtiesJournal of History and Medicine and Allied Sciences 2011; doi: 10.1093/jhmas/jrr015
2011MacManus D and Wessely SWhy do some ex-armed forces personnel end up in prison? New report emphasises the role of alcohol, social exclusion, and financial problemsBMJ 2011; 342:d3898 doi: 10.1136/bmj.d3898
2010Fear, NT; Van Staden, L; Iversen, A; Hall, J; Wessely, S.50 ways to trace your veteran: increasing response rates can be cheap and effectiveEuropean Journal of Psychotraumatology 2010, 1: 5516 - DOI: 10.3402/ejpt.v1i0.5516
2010Greenberg, N.; Langston, V.; Everitt, B.; Iversen, A.; Fear, N.T.; Jones, N.; Wessely, S.A cluster randomized controlled trial to determine the efficacy of Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) in a military populationJournal of Traumatic Stress 2010; 23, (4): 430-436
2010Rona, R.J.; Jones, M.; Fear, N.T.; Hull, L.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.Alcohol misuse and functional impairment in the UK Armed Forces: a population-based studyDrug and Alcohol Dependence 2010: 108: 37-42
2010Jones, E.; Ironside, S.Battle exhaustion: the dilemma of psychiatric casualties in Normandy, June-August 1944The Historical Journal 2010; 53 (1): 109-128
2010Jones, E.; Wessely, S.British prisoners of war: from resilience to psychological vulnerability: reality or perceptionTwentieth Century British History 2010; 21 (2): 163-183
2010Jones E; Wessely S.British prisoners-of-war: from resilience to psychological vulnerability: reality or perception20 Century British History 2010; 21 (2):163-183
2010Wesson, M.; Gould, M.Can a "return-to-work" agenda fit within the theory and practice of CBT for depression and anxiety disorders?The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 2010; 3: 27-42
2010Woodhead C; Wessely S.Commentary: what interventions work for victims of conflict related rape?BMJ 2010; 341:c7038
2010Azari, J.; Dandeker, C.; Greenberg, N.Cultural stress: how interactions with and among foreign populations affect military personnelArmed Forces and Society 2010; 36 (4): 585-603
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