Screening, Assessment, and Intervention Model for Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration and Co-Occurring Combat-Related Conditions

The United States was at war in Iraq and Afghanistan for over a decade. Over 2.7 million people served in one or both of these war zones, including an unprecedented number of National Guard and Reserve personnel. Many experienced multiple deployments, extended tours, and decreased breaks from combat. The veterans of these deployments return to … Continued

Systematic Review of Mental Health Disorders and Intimate Partner Violence Victimisation Among Military Populations

There is growing awareness of the problem of intimate partner violence (IPV) among military populations. IPV victimisation has been shown to be associated with mental disorder. A better understanding of the link between IPV and mental disorder is needed to inform service development to meet the needs of military families. We aimed to systematically review … Continued