Investigating the experience of female military members and veterans exposed to inappropriate sexual behaviour

With support from the Government of Canada’s Defence Engagement Program, HRI has launched a collaborative effort to better understand the unique experience of servicewomen. Specifically, the project aims to explore the relationship between exposure to inappropriate sexual behaviour during military service and the onset of moral injury among female military members and veterans.

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Press Release: New Study Provides Hope for Those Suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Guelph, February 1, 2019 – Trauma is more complex than originally thought. People diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) often experience changes in cognitive functioning, such as difficulty with memory, attention, concentration, planning and organization. Despite the fact that these challenges can severely impact one’s ability to function at work, school, home or in social settings, […]

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Upcoming symposium on addiction and PTSD

Addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) often occur together, causing debilitating consequences for those affected. There is little consensus among clinicians about how best to treat individuals suffering from both disorders, but new research is providing hope for patients and healthcare providers alike. This will be the focus of an upcoming symposium.

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