Introduction to the Veterans Studies
Angkaw, A. C., Ross, B. S., Pittman, J. E., Kelada, A. Y., Valencerina, M. M., & Baker, D. G. (2013). Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, and Aggression in OEF/OIF Veterans. Military Medicine, 178(10), 1044-1050. Retrieved from doi: 10.7205/MILMED-D-13-00061
This book exclusively examines some of the post-traumatic disorders that were exhibited by the Veterans. The study measures the impact of PTSD on the depression symptoms that are exhibited by majority of the veterans. The study addresses the World War II and the Vietnam veterans who might have exhibited psychological and physical aggression towards their partners. The author uses a comprehensive questioner and relevant procedure to collect data and provide reasonable results. Its results are viewed to have a greater implication on the development of interventions of the disorders to not only the past veterans, but also the future cases.
Eber, S., Barth, S., Han, K., Mahan, C., Dursa, E., & Schneiderman, A. (2013). The National Health Study for a New Generation of United States Veterans: Methods for a Large-Scale Study on the Health of Recent Veterans. Military Medicine, 178(9), 966-969. Retrieved from doi: 10.7205/MILMED-D-13-00175
The author uses this article to describe the various methodologies that were applied by the National Health to study the New Generation veterans of the U.S.A. The author describes the large-scale rate of health deterioration in Afghanistan and Iraq. The article shows validated medical records in the survey.
Khawaja, I. S., Hashmi, A. M., Westermeyer, J., Thuras, P., & Hurwitz, T. (2013). Nocturnal awakening & sleep duration in veterans with PTSD: An actigraphic study. Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences, 29(4), 991-996. Retrieved fromdoi:10.12669/pjms.294.3831
The article uses an extensive research to analyze the effects of loss of sleep on the participants of veterans. The main aim is to determine the relationship between loss of sleep to and Post Traumatic Disorders. This article paradoxically reveals that the awakening increased with decrease in age.
Rivera, J. C., & Johnson, A. E. (2014). Female Veterans of Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom: Status and Future Directions. Military Medicine, 179(2), 133-136. Retrieved from doi: 10.7205/MILMED-D-13-00425
This article analyses the demographic trend of the female veterans who had served in the Vietnam War, Iraq operation, and Persian Gulf War. The author states that despite the increased trend of women in the military, their distinct health matters have not been taken into consideration. The main aim of the article is to find the recent knowledge as well as review the historical background of female participants with the concrete evidences on the various disease and challenges that may have affected these women and to find unique methods of treating them.
Tsai, J., & Kong, G. (2012). Mental Health of Asian American and Pacific Islander Military Veterans: Brief Review of an Understudied Group. Military Medicine, 177(11), 1438-1444. Retrieved from doi: 10.7205/MILMED-D-12-00214.
The book comprehensively analyses the mental health of veterans and the American military soldiers. The conducted study clearly depicts that veterans were at a greater risk of contracting variety of mental health challenges as compared to the general population. These problems include mortality from suicide, post- traumatic stress disorders, and substance abuse, thus making them a quite vulnerable group. The paper presents an exhaustive empirical study on Post traumatic Stress and their effects on the veterans with the aim of providing a future reference and direction.