Coming home may hurt


Dr Riviere discusses the findings of his recent research on risk factors for mental ill health in US reservists after deployment in Iraq.


Date published: 22 July 2011

Presenter: Dr Ovais Badat

Interviewee: Dr Lyndon Riviere

Audio running time: 18 minutes

Credits: 0.5


This is a telephone interview.


Learning outcomes


By the end of this podcast, we hope you will:


  • be able to further understand the mental health issues faced by military service personnel


  • be aware of the differences in risk for mental health faced by soldiers with different levels of attachment to the military


  • understand the methods of study used, allowing further knowledge about soldiers' mental health


  • further understand some of the protective factors that may prevent any soldier from becoming ill.


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Please note: This podcast was recorded in 2011. Please be aware that some of the material covered and/or guidance may have changed.
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