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2018Ross, J.; Murphy, D.; Armour, C.A network analysis of DSM-5 posttraumatic stress disorder and functional impairment in UK treatment-seeking veteransRoss, J., Murphy, D., Armour, C. (2018). A network analysis of DSM-5 posttraumatic stress disorder and functional impairment in UK treatment-seeking veterans. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 57, 7-15
2018Turgoose, D.; Murphy, D.A Review of Traumatic Brain Injury in Military Veterans: Current Issues and UnderstandingTurgoose, D., Murphy D. (2018). A Review of Traumatic Brain Injury in Military Veterans: Current Issues and Understanding. (Open Access) Journal of Neurology and Neurosurgery; 7 (3)
2018Brooks, S.K.; Dunn, R.; Amlot, R.; Rubin, G.J.; Greenberg, N.A Systematic, Thematic Review of Social and Occupational Factors Associated With Psychological Outcomes in Healthcare Employees During an Infectious Disease OutbreakBrooks, S.K., Dunn, R., Amlot, R., Rubin, G.J., Greenberg, N. (2018). A Systematic, Thematic Review of Social and Occupational Factors Associated With Psychological Outcomes in Healthcare Employees During an Infectious Disease Outbreak. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 60 (3), 248-257
2018Turgoose, D.; Murphy, D.Anger and Aggression in UK Treatment-Seeking Veterans with PTSDTurgoose, D., Murphy, D. (2018). Anger and aggression in UK treatment-seeking veterans with PTSD. In Healthcare, 6 (3) 86 (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute)
2018Williamson, V.; Halligan, S.L.; Coetzee, B.; Butler, I.; Tomlinson, M.; Skeen, S.; Stewart, J.Caregiver experiences of public services following child trauma exposure: A qualitative studyWilliamson, V., Halligan, S.L., Coetzee, B., Butler, I., Tomlinson, M., Skeen, S., Stewart, J. (2018). Caregiver experiences of public services following child trauma exposure: a qualitative study. International journal of mental health systems, 12 (1), 15
2018Turgoose, D.; Busuttil, W.; Ashwick, R.; Booth, K.; Murphy, D.Describing the feasibility of using case management in a specialist forensic substance misuse intervention for UK veterans: a case studyTurgoose, D., Busuttil, W., Ashwick, R., Booth, K., Murphy, D. (2018). Describing the feasibility of using case management in a specialist forensic substance misuse intervention for UK veterans: a case study. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry Psychology, 29 (5), 717-732
2018Morris-Butler, R.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Campion, B.; Wessely, S.Experiences and career intentions of combat-deployed UK military personnelMorris-Butler, R., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., Campion, B., Wessely, S. (2018). Experiences and career intentions of combat-deployed UK military personnel. Occupational Medicine, 68 (3), 177-183
2018Ashwick, R.; Syed, S.; Murphy, D.Exploring Demographics and Health as Predictors of Risk-Taking in UK Help-Seeking VeteransAshwick, R., Syed, S., Murphy, D. (2018). Exploring demographics and health as predictors of risk-taking in UK help-seeking veterans. Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland), 6 (2), e6020058-e6020058.
2018Turgoose, D.; Ashwick, R.; Murphy, D.Exploring the feasibility and acceptability of using tele-therapy for UK veterans with PTSD.Turgoose, D., Ashwick, R., Murphy, D. Exploring the feasibility and acceptability of using tele-therapy for UK veterans with PTSD. 2018. London, Forces in Mind Trust and Combat Stress
2018Leightley, D.; Puddephatt, J.; Goodwin, L.; Rona, R.J.; Fear, N.T.InDEx: Open Source iOS and Android Software for Self-Reporting and Monitoring of Alcohol ConsumptionLeightley, D., Puddephatt, J.A., Goodwin, L., Rona, R.J., Fear, N.T. (2018). InDEx: Open Source iOS and Android Software for Self-Reporting and Monitoring of Alcohol Consumption. Journal of Open Research Software, 6.
2018Leightley, D.; Chui, Z.; Jones, M.; Landau, S.; McCrone, P.; Hayes, R.D.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.; Goodwin, L.Integrating Electronic Healthcare Records of Armed Forces Personnel: Developing a framework for evaluating health outcomes in England, Scotland and Wales.Leightley, D., Chui, Z., Jones, M., Landau, S., McCrone, P., Hayes, R.D., ... Goodwin, L. (2018). Integrating electronic healthcare records of armed forces personnel: Developing a framework for evaluating health outcomes in England, Scotland and Wales. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 113, 17-25
2018Murphy, D.; Palmer, E.; Hill, K.; Ashwick, R.; Busuttil, W.Living alongside military PTSD: a qualitative study of female partners experiences with UK VeteransMurphy, D., Palmer, E., Hill, K., Ashwick, R., Busuttil, W. (2017). Living alongside military PTSD: a qualitative study of female partners experiences with UK Veterans. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health, 3 (1), 52-61
2018Stevelink, S.A.M.; Jones, M.; Hull, L.; Pernet, D.; MacCrimmon, S.; Goodwin, L.; Macmanus, D.; Murphy, D.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Roberto, R.J.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.Mental health outcomes at the end of the British involvement in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts: a cohort studyStevelink, S.A.M., Jones, M., Hull, L., Pernet, D., MacCrimmon, S., Goodwin, L., ... Rona, R.J. (2018). Mental health outcomes at the end of the British involvement in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts: a cohort study. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 1-8
2018Farrand, P.; Jeffs, A.; Bloomfield, T.; Greenberg, N.; Watkins, E.; Mullan, E.Mental health service acceptability for the armed forces veteran communityFarrand, P., Jeffs, A., Bloomfield, T., Greenberg, N., Watkins, E., Mullan, E. (2018). Mental health service acceptability for the armed forces veteran community. Occupational Medicine, 68 (6), 391398
2018Jones, E.Moral injury in time of warJones, E. (2018). Moral injury in time of war. The Lancet, 391 (10132), 1766-1767
2018Williamson, V.; Stevelink, S.A.M.; Greenberg, NOccupational moral injury and mental health: systematic review and metaanalysisWilliamson, V., Stevelink, S.A.M., Greenberg, N. (2018). Occupational moral injury and mental health: systematic review and meta-analysis. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 212 (6), 339-346
2018Gobin, M.; Rubin, G.J.; Albert, I.; Beck, A.; Danese, A.; Greenberg, N.; Grey, N.; Smith, P.; Oliver, I.Outcomes of Mental Health Screening for United Kingdom Nationals Affected by the 20152016 Terrorist Attacks in Tunisia, Paris, and BrusselsGobin, M., Rubin, G.J., Albert, I., Beck, A., Danese, A., Greenberg, N., Oliver, I. (2018). Outcomes of Mental Health Screening for United Kingdom Nationals Affected by the 2015-2016 Terrorist Attacks in Tunisia, Paris, and Brussels. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 31 (4), 471-479
2018Mark, K.M.; Stevelink, S.A.M.; Choi, J.; Fear, N.T.Post-traumatic growth in the military: a systematic reviewMark, K.M., Stevelink, S.A.M., Choi, J. and Fear, N.T. (2018) Post-traumatic growth in the military: a systematic review. Occupational and Environmental Medicine - Published Online: 30 October 2018. doi: 10.1136oemed-2018-105166
2018Brooks, S.; Amlot, R.; Rubin, G.J.; Greenberg, N.Psychological resilience and post-traumatic growth in disaster-exposed organisations: overview of the literatureBrooks, S., Amlot, R., Rubin, G.J., Greenberg, N., Psychological resilience and post-traumatic growth in disaster-exposed organisations: overview of the literature. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps Published Online First: 02 February 2018. doi: 10.1136 jramc-2017-000876
2018Rubin, G.J.; Webster, R.; Rubin, A.N.; Amlot, R., Grey, N.; Greenberg, N.Public attitudes in England towards the sharing of personal data following a mass casualty incident: a crosssectional studyRubin, G.J., Webster, R., Rubin, A.N., Amlot, R., Grey, N., Greenberg, N. (2018). Public attitudes in England towards the sharing of personal data following a mass casualty incident: a cross-sectional study. BMJ open, 8 (5), e022852.
2018Murphy, D.; Turgoose, D.Review of PTSD and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Ex-Service personnelMurphy D, Turgoose D. (2018). Review of PTSD and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Ex-Service personnel. Theranostics Brain Discord. 3 (3):doi 555612
2018Ashwick, R.; Murphy, D.Reviewing the efficacy of case management for veterans with substance misuse problems.Ashwick R, Murphy D. Reviewing the efficacy of case management for veterans with substance misuse problems. January 2018. London, Combat Stress.
2018Harden, L.; Murphy, D.Risk factors of suicidal ideation in a population of UK military veterans seeking support for mental healthdifficultiesHarden, L., Murphy, D. (2018). Risk factors of suicidal ideation in a population of UK military veterans seeking support for mental health difficulties. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 164 (5), 352-356
2018Williamson, V.; Diehle, J.; Dunn, R.; Jones, N,; Greenberg, N.The impact of military service on health and well-beingWilliamson, V., Diehle, J., Dunn, R., Jones, N. Greenberg, N. (2018) The impact of military service on health and well-being, Occupational Medicine. kqy 139
2018Williamson, V.; Hiller, R.M.; Meiser-Stedman, R.; Creswell, C.; Dalgleish, T.; Fearon, P.; Goodall, B.; McKinnon, A.; Smith, P.; Wright, I.; Halligan, S.L.The Parent Trauma Response Questionnaire (PTRQ): development and preliminary validationWilliamson, V., Hiller, R.M., Meiser-Stedman, R., Creswell, C., Dalgleish, T., Fearon, P., Halligan, S.L. (2018). The Parent Trauma Response Questionnaire (PTRQ): Development and Preliminary Validation. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 9 (1), 1478583.
2018Engelbrecht, A.; Burdett, H.; Silva, M.J.; Bhui, K.; Jones, E.The symptomatology of psychological trauma in the aftermath of war (19451980): UK army veterans, civilians and emergency respondersEngelbrecht, A., Burdett, H., Silva, M.J., Bhui, K., Jones, E. (2018). The symptomatology of psychological trauma in the aftermath of war (1945-1980): UK army veterans, civilians and emergency responders. Psychological Medicine, 1-8
2018Brooks, S.K.; Dunn, R.; Amlot, R.; Greenberg, N.; Rubin, G.J.Training and post-disaster interventions for the psychological impacts on disaster-exposed employees: a systematic reviewBrooks, S.K., Dunn, R., Amlot, R., Greenberg, N., Rubin, G.J. (2018). Training and post-disaster interventions for the psychological impacts on disaster-exposed employees: a systematic review. Journal of Mental Health, 1-25.
2018Waterman, S.; Hunter, E.; Cole, L.; Evans, L.; Greenberg, N.; Rubin, G.J.; Beck, A.Training peers to treat Ebola centre workers with anxiety and depression in Sierra LeoneWaterman, S., Hunter, E.C.M., Cole, C.L., Evans, L.J., Greenberg, N., Rubin, G.J., Beck, A. (2018). Training peers to treat Ebola centre workers with anxiety and depression in Sierra Leone. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 64 (2), 156-165
2018Jones, E.Trans-Generational Transmission of Traumatic Memory and Moral InjuryJones, E. (2018). Trans-Generational Transmission of Traumatic Memory and Moral Injury. Military Behavioral Health, 6 (2), 134-139
2018Murphy, D; Smith, K.V.Treatment Efficacy for VeteransWith Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Latent Class Trajectories of Treatment Response and Their PredictorsMurphy, D. Smith, K. V. (2018). Treatment Efficacy for Veterans With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Latent Class Trajectories of Treatment Response and Their Predictors. Journal of traumatic stress. October 2018, 31, 753-763
2018Jones, N.; Whybrow, D.; Coetzee, R.UK military doctors; stigma, mental health and helpseeking: a comparative cohortstudyJones, N., Whybrow, D., Coetzee, R. (2018). UK military doctors; stigma, mental health and help-seeking: a comparative cohort study. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, jramc-2018.
2018Murphy, D.M.; Busuttil, W.; Turgoose, D.Understanding the Needs of Veterans with PTSDMurphy, D., Busuttil, W., Turgoose, D. (2018, August). Understanding the Needs of Veterans with PTSD. In Healthcare 6 (3), 100 Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
2018Jones, N.; Coetzee, R.What drives UK military personnel to seek mental healthcare, work strain or something else?Jones, N., Coetzee, R. What drives UK military personnel to seek mental healthcare, work strain or something else? Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps Published Online: 28 January 2018. doi: 10.1136jramc-2017-000861
2017Doherty, A.M.; Mason, C.; Fear, N.T.; Rona, R.; Greenberg, N.; Goodwin, L.Are brief alcohol interventions targeting alcohol use efficacious in military and veteran populations? A meta-analysisDoherty, A.M., Mason, C., Fear, N.T., Rona, R.J., Greenberg, N., Goodwin, L. (2017). Are brief alcohol interventions targeting alcohol use efficacious in military and veteran populations? A meta-analysis. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 178, 571-578
2017Osorio, C.; Jones, N.; Jones, E.; Robbins, I.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Combat Experiences and their Relationship to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptom Clusters in UK Military Personnel Deployed to AfghanistanOsorio, C., Jones, N., Jones, E., Robbins, I., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2018). Combat experiences and their relationship to post-traumatic stress disorder symptom clusters in UK military personnel deployed to Afghanistan. Behavioral Medicine, 44 (2), 131-140
2017Rafferty, L.A.; Cawkill, P.E.; Stevelink, S.A.M.; Greenberg, K.; Greenberg, N.Dementia, post-traumatic stress disorder and major depressive disorder: a review of the mental health risk factors for dementia in the military veteran populationRafferty, L.A., Cawkill, P.E., Stevelink, S.A.M., Greenberg, K., Greenberg, N. (2018). Dementia, post-traumatic stress disorder and major depressive disorder: a review of the mental health risk factors for dementia in the military veteran population. Psychological Medicine, 48 (9), 1400-1409
2017Murphy, D.; Ashwick, R.; Palmer., E.; Busuttil., WDescribing the profile of a population of UK veterans seeking support for mental health difficultiesMurphy, D., Ashwick, R., Palmer, E., Busuttil, W. (2017). Describing the profile of a population of UK veterans seeking support for mental health difficulties. Journal of Mental Health, 1-8
2017Murphy, D.; Ross, J.; Ashwick, R.; Armour, C.; Busutti, W.Exploring optimum cut-off scores to screen for probable posttraumatic stress disorder within a sample of UK treatment-seeking veteransMurphy, D., Ross, J., Ashwick, R., Armour, C., Busuttil, W. (2017). Exploring optimum cut-off scores to screen for probable posttraumatic stress disorder within a sample of UK treatment-seeking veterans. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 8 (1), 1398001.
2017Murphy, D.; Barry, P.; Busuttil, W.Exploring the Efficacy of an Anger Management Programme for Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress DisorderMurphy D. Parry B. Busuttil W. (2017) Exploring the Efficacy of an Anger Management Programme for Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Journal of Psychiatry and Cognitive Behaviour 117 (3)
2017Ashwick, R.L.; Murphy, D.Exploring the health risks of help-seeking military veterans living in different parts of the UKAshwick, R.L., Murphy, D. (2018). Exploring the health risks of help-seeking military veterans living in different parts of the UK. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 164 (1), 8-14
2017Thandi, G.; Fear, N.T.Factors associated with smoking behaviour change in UK military personnelThandi, G., Fear, N. T. (2017). Factors associated with smoking behaviour change in UK military personnel. Occupational Medicine, 67 (9), 712-714
2017Sage, C.A.M.; Brooks, S.K.; Greenberg, N.Factors associated with Type II trauma in occupational groups working with traumatised children: a systematic reviewSage, C.A., Brooks, S.K., Greenberg, N. (2017). Factors associated with Type II trauma in occupational groups working with traumatised children: a systematic review. Journal of Mental Health, 1-11
2017Murphy, D., Busuttil, W.Focusing on the mental health of treatment-seeking veteransMurphy D, Busuttil W. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps Published Online 2017. doi:10.1136jramc-2017-000844
2017Parnell, N.; Rye, K.; Greenberg, N.Health and well-being management in the military: a systematic review of genetic studiesParnell, N., Rye, K., Greenberg, N. (2018). Health and well-being management in the military: a systematic review of genetic studies. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 164 (4), 302-308
2017Murphy, D.; Palmer, E.; Hill, K.; Ashwick, R.; Busuttil, W.Living alongside military PTSD: a qualitative study of female partners experiences with UK VeteransMurphy, D., Palmer, E., Hill, K., Ashwick, R., Busuttil, W. (2017). Living alongside military PTSD: a qualitative study of female partners experiences with UK Veterans. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health, 3 (1), 52-61
2017Greenberg, N.; Wessely, S.Mental health interventions for people involved in disasters: what not to doGreenberg, N., Wessely, S. (2017). Mental health interventions for people involved in disasters: what not to do. World Psychiatry, 16 (3), 249-250
2017Murphy, D.; Palmer, E.; Ashwick, RMultiple deprivation in help-seeking UK veterans.Murphy, D., Palmer, E., Ashwick, R. Multiple deprivation in help-seeking UK veterans Multiple deprivation. 2017. London, Combat Stress. 2-2-2017.
2017Brooks, S.K.; Greenberg, N.Non-deployment factors affecting psychological wellbeing in military personnel: literature reviewBrooks, S.K., Greenberg, N. (2018). Non-deployment factors affecting psychological wellbeing in military personnel: literature review. Journal of Mental Health, 27 (1), 80-90
2017Mellotte, H.; Murphy, D.; Rafferty, L.; Greenberg, N.Pathways into mental health care for UK veterans: a qualitative studyMellotte, H., Murphy, D., Rafferty, L., Greenberg, N. (2017). Pathways into mental health care for UK veterans: a qualitative study. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 8 (1), 1389207.
2017Thandi, G.; Greenberg, N.; Fear, N.T.; Jones, NPerceived effect of deployment on families of UK military personnelThandi, G., Greenberg, N., Fear, N.T., Jones, N. (2017). Perceived effect of deployment on families of UK military personnel. Occupational Medicine, 67 (7), 562-568.
2017Kwan, J.; Jones, M.; Somaini, G.; Hull, L.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.; Macmanus, D.Post-deployment family violence among UK military personnelKwan, J., Jones, M., Somaini, G., Hull, L., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T., MacManus, D. (2018). Post-deployment family violence among UK military personnel. Psychological Medicine, 48 (13), 2202-2212.
2017Rona, R.J.; Burdett, H.; Greenberg, N.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, SPost-deployment screening for mental disorders and help-seeking in the UK military. Authors' reply.Rona, R.J., Burdett, H., Greenberg, N.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S. (2017). Post-deployment screening for mental disorders and tailored advice about help-seeking in the UK military. Authors' Reply The Lancet, 390, 554
2017Rona. R.J.; Burdett, H.; Khondoker, M.; Chesnokov, M.; Green, K.; Pernet, D.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Post-deployment screening for mental disorders and tailored advice about help-seeking in the UK military: a cluster randomised controlled trialRona, R. J., Burdett, H., Khondoker, M., Chesnokov, M., Green, K., Pernet, D., ... Fear, N. T. (2017). Post-deployment screening for mental disorders and tailored advice about help-seeking in the UK military: a cluster randomised controlled trial. The Lancet, 389, 1410-1423.
2017Williamson, V.; Stevelink, S.A.M.; Greenberg, K.; Greenberg, NPrevalence of Mental Health Disorders in Elderly U.S. Military Veterans: A Meta-Analysis and Systematic ReviewWilliamson, V., Stevelink, S.A.M., Greenberg, K., Greenberg, N. (2017). The Prevalence of Mental Health Disorders in Elderly US Military Veterans: a Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 26 (5), 534-545
2017Brooks, S.K.; Dunn, R.; Amlot, R.; Rubin, G.J.; Greenberg, N.Social and occupational factors associated with psychological wellbeing among occupational groups affected by disaster: a systematic reviewBrooks, S.K., Dunn, R., Amlot, R., Rubin, G.J., Greenberg, N. (2017). Social and occupational factors associated with psychological wellbeing among occupational groups affected by disaster: a systematic review. Journal of Mental Health, 26 (4), 373-384
2017Coleman, S.J.; Stevelink, S.A.M.; Hatch, S.L.; Denny, J.A.; Greenberg, N.Stigma-related barriers and facilitators to help seeking for mental health issues in the armed forces: a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative literatureColeman, S.J., Stevelink, S.A.M., Hatch, S.L., Denny, J.A., Greenberg, N. (2017). Stigma-related barriers and facilitators to help seeking for mental health issues in the armed forces: a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative literature. Psychological Medicine, 47 (11), 1880-1892
2017Verey, A.; Keeling, M.; Thandi, G.; Stevelink, S.A.M.; Fear, N.T.Support needs and experiences of family members of wounded, injured or sick UK servicepersonnelVerey, A., Keeling, M., Thandi, G., Stevelink, S.A.M., Fear, N.T. (2017). Support needs and experiences of family members of wounded, injured or sick UK service personnel. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, jramc-doi: 10.1136jramc-2016-000725
2017Turgoose, D.; Ashwick R.; Murphy, D.Systematic review of lessons learned from delivering tele-therapy to veterans with post-traumatic stress disorderTurgoose, D., Ashwick, R., Murphy, D. (2017). Systematic review of lessons learned from delivering tele-therapy to veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare,Volume: 24 (9), 575-585
2017Sparrow, K.; Kwan, J.; Howard, L.; Fear, N.T.; MacManus, D.Systematic review of mental health disorders and intimate partner violence victimisation among military populationsSparrow, K., Kwan, J., Howard, L., Fear, N., MacManus, D. (2017). Systematic review of mental health disorders and intimate partner violence victimisation among military populations. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 52 (9), 1059-1080
2017Bhui, K.; Jones, E.The Challenge of Radicalisation: a public health approach to understanding and interventionBhui, K., Jones, E. (2017). The challenge of radicalisation: a public health approach to understanding and intervention. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 31 (4), 401-410
2017Jones, N.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.; Thandi, G.; Greenberg, N.The long term occupational fitness of UK military personnel following community mental health care.Jones, N., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S., Thandi, G., Greenberg, N. (2018). The long term occupational fitness of UK military personnel following community mental health care. Journal of Mental Health, 27 (2), 142-149
2017Whittaker-Howe, S.; Brown, G.; Williamson, V.; Greenberg, N.The psychological health of remote area medics in IraqWhittaker-Howe, S., Brown, G., Williamson, V., Greenberg, N. (2017). The psychological health of remote area medics in Iraq. Occupational Medicine, 67 (9), 666-671
2017Jones, E.The Reception of Broadcast Terrorism: recruitment and selectionJones, E. (2017). The reception of broadcast terrorism: recruitment and radicalisation. International Review of Psychiatry, 29 (4), 320-326
2017Whitaker, C.; Stevelink, S.A.M.; Fear, N.T.The Use of Facebook in Recruiting Participants for Health Research Purposes:A Systematic ReviewWhitaker, C., Stevelink, S.A.M., Fear, N.T. (2017). The use of Facebook in recruiting participants for health research purposes: a systematic review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19 (8)
2017Goodwin, L.; Norton, S.; Fear, N.T.; Jones, M.; Hull, L.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.J.Trajectories of alcohol use in the UK military and associations with mental healthGoodwin, L., Norton, S., Fear, N.T., Jones, M., Hull, L., Wessely, S., Rona, R.J. (2017). Trajectories of alcohol use in the UK military and associations with mental health. Addictive Behaviors, 75, 130-137
2017Jones, N.; Burdett, H.; Green, K.; Greenberg, N.Trauma Risk Management (TRiM): Promoting Help Seeking for Mental Health Problems Among Combat-Exposed U.K. Military PersonnelJones, N., Burdett, H., Green, K., Greenberg, N. (2017). Trauma Risk Management (TRiM): Promoting Help Seeking for Mental Health Problems Among Combat-Exposed UK Military Personnel. Psychiatry, 80 (3), 236-251
2017Lobban, J.; Murphy, D.Using art therapy to overcome avoidance in veterans with chronic posttraumatic stress disorderLobban, J., Murphy, D. (2018). Using art therapy to overcome avoidance in veterans with chronic post-traumatic stress disorder. International Journal of Art Therapy, 23 (3), 99-114
2017Palmer, E.; Hill, K.; Lobban, J.; Murphy, D.Veterans perspectives on the acceptability of art therapy: a mixed-methods studyPalmer, E., Hill, K., Lobban, J., Murphy, D. (2017). Veterans perspectives on the acceptability of art therapy: a mixed-methods study. International Journal of Art Therapy, 22 (3), 132-137
2016Thandi, G.; Fear, N.T.; Chalder, T.A comparison of the Work and Social Adjustment Scale (WSAS) across different patient populations using Rasch analysis and exploratory factor analysisThandi, G., Fear, N.T., Chalder, T. (2017). A comparison of the Work and Social Adjustment Scale (WSAS) across different patient populations using Rasch analysis and exploratory factor analysis. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 92, 45-48
2016Kennedy, I.; Whybrow, D.; Jones, N.; Sharpley, J.; Greenberg, N.A service evaluation of self-referral to military mental health teamsKennedy, I., Whybrow, D., Jones, N., Sharpley, J., Greenberg, N. (2016). A service evaluation of self-referral to military mental health teams. Occupational Medicine, 66 (5), 394-398
2016Kaur, M.; Murphy, D.; Smith, K.V.An adapted imaginal exposure approach to traditional methods used within trauma-focused cognitive behavioural therapy, trialled with a veteran populationKaur, M., Murphy, D., Smith, K.V. (2016). An adapted imaginal exposure approach to traditional methods used within trauma-focused cognitive behavioural therapy, trialled with a veteran population. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, 9
2016Sage, C.A.M.; Brooks, S.K.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.Attitudes towards mental health and help-seeking in railway workersSage, C.A.M., Brooks, S.K., Jones, N., Greenberg, N. (2015). Attitudes towards mental health and help-seeking in railway workers. Occupational Medicine, 66 (2), 118-121
2016Greenberg, N.; Bull, A.; Wessely, S.Chilcot: physical and mental legacy of Iraq war on UK service personnel.Greenberg, N., Bull, A., Wessely, S. (2016). Chilcot: physical and mental legacy of Iraq war on UK service personnel. BMJ: British Medical Journal (Online), 354.
2016Jones, N.; Campion, B.; Keeling, M.; Greenberg, N.Cohesion, leadership, mental health stigmatisation and perceived barriers to care in UK military personnelJones, N., Campion, B., Keeling, M., Greenberg, N. (2018). Cohesion, leadership, mental health stigmatisation and perceived barriers to care in UK military personnel. Journal of Mental Health, 27 (1), 10-18
2016Murphy, D.Detailing the clinical pathways at Combat Stress for UK veterans experiencing symptoms of complex post traumatic stress disorderMurphy, D. (2016). Detailing the clinical pathways at Combat Stress for UK veterans experiencing symptoms of complex post traumatic stress disorder. Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal, 14 (1), 24-27
2016Murphy, D.; Palmer, E.; Westwood, G.; Busuttil, W.; Greenberg, N.Do Alcohol Misuse, Service Utilisation, and Demographic Characteristics Differ between UK Veterans and Members of the General Public Attending an NHS General Hospital?Murphy, D., Palmer, E., Westwood, G., Busuttil, W., Greenberg, N. (2016). Do Alcohol Misuse, Service Utilisation, and Demographic Characteristics Differ between UK Veterans and Members of the General Public Attending an NHS General Hospital?. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 5 (11), 95.
2016Himmerich, H.; Willmund, G.D.; Wesemann, U.; Jones, N.; Fear, N.T.European military mental health research: benefits of collaborationHimmerich, H., Willmund, G.D., Wesemann, U., Jones, N., Fear, N.T. (2017). European military mental health research: benefits of collaboration. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps; 0: 13. doi:10.1136jramc-2016-000676
2016Palmer, E.; Murphy, D.; Spencer-Harper, L.Experience of post-traumatic growth in UK veterans with PTSD: a qualitative studyPalmer, E., Murphy, D., Spencer-Harper, L. (2017). Experience of post-traumatic growth in UK veterans with PTSD: a qualitative study. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 163 (3), 171-176
2016Murphy, D.; Palmer, E.; Busuttil, W.Exploring Indices of Multiple Deprivation within a Sample of Veterans Seeking Help for Mental Health Difficulties Residing in EnglandMurphy, D., Palmer, E., Busuttil, W. (2016) Exploring Indices of Multiple Deprivation within a Sample of Veterans Seeking Help for Mental Health Difficulties Residing in England. Journal of Epidemiology and Public Health Reviews. 1 (6) doi http:dx.doi.org10.169662471-8211.132
2016Coid, J.W.; Bhui, K.; MacManus, D.; Kallis, C.; Bebbington, P.; Ullrich, S.Extremism, religion and psychiatric morbidity in a population-based sample of young menCoid, J.W., Bhui, K., MacManus, D., Kallis, C., Bebbington, P., Ullrich, S. (2016). Extremism, religion and psychiatric morbidity in a population-based sample of young men. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 209 (6), 491-497
2016Stevelink, S.A.M.; Fear, N.T.Factors associated with unintended weight change in the UK Armed Forces: a cohort studyStevelink, S.A.M., Fear, N.T. (2016). Factors associated with unintended weight change in the UK Armed Forces: a cohort study. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Open, 7 (7), 2054270416639481
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2014Gribble, R.; Wessely, S.; Klein, S.; Alexander, D.A.; Dandeker, C.; Fear, N.T.Public Awareness of UK Veterans CharitiesGribble, R., Wessely, S., Klein, S., Alexander, D.A., Dandeker, C., Fear, N.T. (2014). Public awareness of UK veterans charities. The RUSI Journal, 159 (1), 50-57.
2014Bakhshi, S.; Lynn-Nicholson, R.; Jones, B.; Amlot, R.; Greenberg, N.; Rubin, G.J.Responding to a Radiological Crisis: Experiences of British Foreign Office Staff in Japan After the Fukushima Nuclear MeltdownBakhshi, S., Lynn-Nicholson, R., Jones, B., Amlot, R., Greenberg, N. Rubin, G.J. (2014). Responding to a radiological crisis: Experiences of British foreign office staff in Japan after the Fukushima nuclear meltdown. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 8 (5), 397-403.
2014Parsloe, L.; Jones, N.; Fertout, M.; Luzon, O.; Greenberg, N.Rest and recuperation in the UK Armed ForcesParsloe, L., Jones, N., Fertout, M., Luzon, O. Greenberg, N. (2014). Rest and recuperation in the UK Armed Forces. Occupational Medicine, 64 (8), 616-621.
2014Bergman, B.P.; Burdett, H.J.; Greenberg, N.Service Life and Beyond Institution or Culture?Bergman, B.P., Burdett, H.J. Greenberg, N. (2014). Service life and beyondinstitution or culture?. The RUSI Journal, 159 (5), 60-68.
2014Dunn, R.; Williams, R.; Kemp, V.; Patel, D.; Greenberg, N.Systematic review: deployment length and the mental health of diplomatsDunn, R., Williams, R., Kemp, V., Patel, D. Greenberg, N. (2014). Systematic review: deployment length and the mental health of diplomats. Occupational Medicine, 65 (1), 32-38.
2014Jones, E.Terror Weapons: The British Experience of Gas and Its Treatment in the First World WarJones, E. (2014). Terror weapons: the British experience of gas and its treatment in the first world war. War in History, 21 (3), 355-375.
2014MacManus, D.; Jones, N.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.; Jones, E.; Greenberg, N.The mental health of the UK Armed Forces in the 21st century: resilience in the face of adversityMacManus, D., Jones, N., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T., Jones, E., Greenberg, N. (2014). The mental health of the UK Armed Forces in the 21st century: resilience in the face of adversity. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, jramc-2013.
2014Hunt, E.J.F.; Wessely, S.; Jones, N.; Rona, R.J.; Greenberg, N.The mental health of the UK Armed Forces: where facts meet fictionHunt, E.J., Wessely, S., Jones, N., Rona, R.J., Greenberg, N. (2014). The mental health of the UK Armed Forces: where facts meet fiction. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 5 (1), 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 reviewStevelink, S.A.M., Malcolm, E.M., Mason, C., Jenkins, S., Sundin, J. Fear, N.T. (2015). The prevalence of mental health disorders in (ex-) military personnel with a physical impairment: a systematic review. Occup Environ Med, 72 (4), 243-251.
2014Jones, N.; Thandi, G.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.The psychological effects of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on UK military personnel in AfghanistanJones, N., Thandi, G., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S. Greenberg, N. (2014). The psychological effects of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on UK military personnel in Afghanistan. Occup Environ Med, 71 (7), 466-471.
2013Aguirre, M.; Greenberg, N.; Sharpley, J.; Simpson, R.; Wall, C.A pilot study of an Enhanced Mental Health Assessment during routine and discharge medicals in the British Armed ForcesAguirre, M., Greenberg, N., Sharpley, J., Simpson, R. and Wall, C. (2014). A pilot study of an Enhanced Mental Health Assessment during routine and discharge medicals in the British Armed Forces. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 160 (1), 27-31.
2013Hicks, T.; Banks, R.; Fear, N.T.; Greenberg, N.Acceptability of anxiety management within UK armed forcesHicks, T., Banks, R., Fear, N.T., Greenberg, N. (2013). Acceptability of anxiety management within UK armed forces. Occupational Medicine, 63 (6), 439-441.
2013Aguirre, M.; Greenberg, N.; Sharpley, J.; Simpson, R.; Wall, C.Alcohol consumption in the UK armed forces: are we drinking too much?Aguirre, M., Greenberg, N., Sharpley, J., Simpson, R., Wall, C. (2014). Alcohol consumption in the UK armed forces: are we drinking too much?. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 160 (1), 72-73.
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 surveyJones, N., Fertout, M., Parsloe, L. Greenberg, N. (2013). An evaluation of the psychological impact of operational rest and recuperation in United Kingdom Armed Forces personnel: a post-intervention survey. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 106 (11), 447-455.
2013Wesson, M.; Whybrow, D.; Gould, M.; Greenberg, N.An Initial Evaluation of the Clinical and Fitness for Work Outcomes of a Military Group Behavioural Activation ProgrammeWesson, M., Whybrow, D., Gould, M., Greenberg, N. (2014). An initial evaluation of the clinical and fitness for work outcomes of a military group behavioural activation programme. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 42 (2), 243-247.
2013Goodwin, L.; Ben-Zion, I.; Fear, N.T.; Hotopf, M.; Stansfeld, S.A.; Wessely, S.Are Reports of Psychological Stress Higher in Occupational Studies? A Systematic Review across Occupational and Population Based Studies.Goodwin, L., Ben-Zion, I., Fear, N.T., Hotopf, M., Stansfeld, S.A. Wessely, S. (2013). Are reports of psychological stress higher in occupational studies? A systematic review across occupational and population based studies. PLoS One, 8 (11), e78693.
2013Forbes, H.J.; Boyd, C.F.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Jones, E.; Wessely, S.; Iversen, A.C.; Fear, N.T.Attitudes to mental illness in the U.K. Military: a comparison with the general population.Forbes, H.J., Boyd, C.F., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., Jones, E., Wessely, S., ... Fear, N.T. (2013). Attitudes to mental illness in the UK Military: A comparison with the general population. Military Medicine, 178 (9), 957-965.
2013Jones, N.; Jones, M.; Fear, N.T.; Fertout, M.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Can mental health and readjustment be improved in UK military personnel by a brief period of structured postdeployment rest (third location decompression)?Jones, N., Jones, M., Fear, N. T., Fertout, M., Wessely, S. Greenberg, N. (2013). Can mental health and readjustment be improved in UK military personnel by a brief period of structured postdeployment rest (third location decompression)?. Occup Environ Med, oemed-2012.
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 2011Osorio, C., Jones, N., Fertout, M., Greenberg, N. (2013). Changes in stigma and barriers to care over time in UK Armed Forces deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq between 2008 and 2011. Military medicine, 178(8), 846-853.
2013Wesson, M.; Whybrow, D.; Greenberg, N.; Gould, M.Clinical supervision in a UK military Department of Community Mental HealthWesson, M.I., Whybrow, D., Greenberg, N. Gould, M. (2013). Clinical supervision in a UK military Department of Community Mental Health. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, jramc-2013, 1-4
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 AfghanistanOsrio, C., Greenberg, N., Jones, N., Goodwin, L., Fertout, M. Maia, A. (2013). Combat exposure and posttraumatic stress disorder among Portuguese special operation forces deployed in Afghanistan. Military Psychology, 25 (1), 70-81.
2013Whybrow, D.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.Corporate Knowledge of Psychiatric Services Available in a Combat ZoneWhybrow, D., Jones, N. Greenberg, N. (2013). Corporate knowledge of psychiatric services available in a combat zone. Military Medicine, 178 (2), e241-e247.
2013Rowe, M.; Murphy, D.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Exploring the Impact of Deployment to Iraq on RelationshipsRowe, M., Murphy, D., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T. (2013). Exploring the impact of deployment to Iraq on relationships. Military Behavioral Health, 1 (1), 13-21.
2013Hines, L.A.; Goodwin, L.; Jones, M.; Hull, L.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.; Rona, R.J.Factors Affecting Help Seeking for Mental Health Problems After Deployment to Iraq and AfghanistanHines, L.A., Goodwin, L., Jones, M., Hull, L., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T. Rona, R.J. (2014). Factors affecting help seeking for mental health problems after deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan. Psychiatric Services, 65 (1), 98-105.
2013van Hoorn, L.A.; Jones, N.; Busuttil, W.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.; Hunt, E.; Greenberg, N.Iraq and Afghanistan veteran presentations to Combat Stress, since 2003van Hoorn, L.A., Jones, N., Busuttil, W., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S., Hunt, E. Greenberg, N. (2013). Iraq and Afghanistan veteran presentations to Combat Stress, since 2003. Occupational Medicine, 63 (3), 238-241.
2013Goodwin, L.; Bourke, J.H.; Forbes, H.; Hotopf, M.; Hull, L.; Jones, N.; Rona, R.J.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Irritable bowel syndrome in the UK military after deployment to Iraq: what are the risk factors?Goodwin, L., Bourke, J.H., Forbes, H., Hotopf, M., Hull, L., Jones, N., ... Fear, N.T. (2013). Irritable bowel syndrome in the UK military after deployment to Iraq: what are the risk factors?. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 48 (11), 1755-1765.
2013Hatch, S.L.; Harvey, S.; Dandeker, C.; Burdett, H.; Greenberg, N.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.Life in and after the Armed Forces: social networks and mental health in the UK militaryHatch, S.L., Harvey, S.B., Dandeker, C., Burdett, H., Greenberg, N., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S. (2013). Life in and after the Armed Forces: social networks and mental health in the UK military. Sociology of Health Illness, 35 (7), 1045-1064.
2013Jones, N.; Mitchell, P.; Clack, J.; Fertout, M.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Mental health and psychological support in UK armed forces personnel deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 and 2011.Jones, N., Mitchell, P., Clack, J., Fertout, M., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2014). Mental health and psychological support in UK armed forces personnel deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 and 2011. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 204 (2), 157-162.
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, H.M., Garber, B.G., Zamorski, M.A., Wray, M., Mulligan, K., Greenberg, N., Castro, C.A., Adler, A.B.Postdeployment military mental health training: Cross-national evaluations.Foran, H.M., Garber, B.G., Zamorski, M.A., Wray, M., Mulligan, K., Greenberg, N., ... Adler, A.B. (2013). Postdeployment military mental health training: Cross-national evaluations. Psychological Services, 10 (2), 152.
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2013Goodwin, L. and Rona, R.J.PTSD in the armed forces: What have we learned from the recent cohort studies of Iraq and Afghanistan?Goodwin, L., Rona, R. J. (2013). PTSD in the armed forces: What have we learned from the recent cohort studies of Iraq and Afghanistan?. Journal of Mental Health, 2013; 22 (5): 397401
2013Rona, R.J.; Jones, M.; Goodwin, L.; Hull, L. Wessely, S.Risk Factors for Headache in the UK Military - Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal AnalysesRona, R.J., Jones, M., Goodwin, L., Hull, L. Wessely, S. (2013). Risk Factors for Headache in the UK Military: Cross8208;Sectional and Longitudinal Analyses. Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain, 53 (5), 787-798.
2013Hines, L.A.; Jawahar, K.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Self-harm in the UK militaryHines, L.A., Jawahar, K., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T. (2013). Self-harm in the UK military. Occupational Medicine, 63 (5), 354-357.
2013Linden, S.C.; Jones, E.; Lees, A.J.Shell shock at Queen Square: Lewis Yealland 100 years onLinden, S. C., Jones, E., Lees, A. J. (2013). Shell shock at queen square: Lewis Yealland 100 years on. Brain, 136 (6), 1976-1988.
2013Ruffa, C.; Dandeker, C. Vennesson, P.Soldiers drawn into politics? The influence of tactics in civilmilitary relationsRuffa, C., Dandeker, C., Vennesson, P. (2013). Soldiers drawn into politics? The influence of tactics in civilmilitary relations. Small Wars Insurgencies, 24 (2), 322-334.
2013Greenberg, N.Stress and war: the limits of neuropsychiatryGreenberg, N. (2013). Stress And War: The Limits Of Neuropsychiatry. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 84 (9), e1-e1.
2013Holmes, J.; Fear, N.T.; Harrison, K.; Sharpley, J.; Wessely, S.Suicide among Falkland war veterans (Editorial)Holmes, J., Fear, N.T., Harrison, K., Sharpley, J., Wessely, S. (2013). Suicide among Falkland war veterans. BMJ: British Medical Journal (Online), 346.
2013Wessely, S.The Psychological Impact of Operations in Iraq: What has it Been, and What Can We expect in the Future?In: Bailey, J., Iron R., Strachan, H. (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.Hunt, E., Jones, N., Hastings, V., Greenberg, N. (2013). TRiM: An organizational response to traumatic events in Cumbria Constabulary. Occupational Medicine, 63 (8), 549-555.
2013MacManus, D. Wessely, S.Veteran mental health services in the UK: Are we headed in the right direction?Macmanus, D. Wessely, S. (2013). Veteran mental health services in the UK: Are we headed in the right direction? Journal of Mental Health, 2013; 22 (4): 301305
2013MacManus, D.; Dean, K.; Jones, M.; Rona, R.J.; Greenberg, N.; Hull, L.; Fahy, T.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Violent offending by UK military personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan: a data linkage cohort studyMacManus, D., Dean, K., Jones, M., Rona, R.J., Greenberg, N., Hull, L., ... Fear, N.T. (2013). Violent offending by UK military personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan: a data linkage cohort study. The Lancet, 381 (9870), 907-917.
2013Dandeker, C.What 'Success' Means in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya.In Burk, J. (ed.) How 911 Changed our Ways of War.
2013Jones, M.; Sundin, J.; Goodwin, L.; Hull, L.; Fear, N.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.J.What explains Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in UK Service Personnel? Deployment or something else?Jones, M., Sundin, J., Goodwin, L., Hull, L., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S., Rona, R.J. (2013). What explains post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in UK service personnel: deployment or something else?. Psychological Medicine, 43 (8), 1703-1712.
2013Fear, N.T.; Sundin, J.; Wessely, S.What is the impact on mental health and wellbeing of military service in general and deployment in particular? A UK perspective.In 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 healthMurphy, D., Marteau, T.M., Wessely, S. (2012). A longitudinal study of UK military personnel offered anthrax vaccination: Informed choice, symptom reporting, uptake and pre-vaccination health. Vaccine, 30 (6), 1094-1100.
2012Bhui, K.S.; Hicks, M.H.; Lashley, M.; Jones, E.A public health approach to understanding and preventing violent radicalizationBhui, K.S., Hicks, M.H., Lashley, M. Jones, E. (2012). A public health approach to understanding and preventing violent radicalization. BMC Medicine, 10 (1), 16.
2012Rubin, G.J., Amlot, R., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N.Anxiety, distress and anger among British nationals in Japan following the Fukushima nuclear accidentRubin, G.J., Amlot, R., Wessely, S. Greenberg, N. (2012). Anxiety, distress and anger among British nationals in Japan following the Fukushima nuclear accident. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 201 (5), 400-407.
2012Burdett, H.; Woodhead, C.; Iversen, A.C.; Wessely, S.; Dandeker, C.; Fear, N.T.Are You a Veteran?'' Understanding of the Term Veteran'' among UK Ex-Service Personnel A Research NoteBurdett, H., Woodhead, C., Iversen, A.C., Wessely, S., Dandeker, C., Fear, N.T. (2013). Are you a veteran? Understanding of the term veteran among UK ex-service personnel: A research note. Armed Forces Society, 39 (4), 751-759.
2012Keeling, M., Knight, T., Sharp, D., Fertout, M., Greenberg, N., Chesnokov, M. Rona, R.J.Contrasting beliefs about screening for mental disorders among UK military personnel returning from deployment to AfghanistanKeeling, M., Knight, T., Sharp, D., Fertout, M., Greenberg, N., Chesnokov, M., Rona, R.J. (2012). Contrasting beliefs about screening for mental disorders among UK military personnel returning from deployment to Afghanistan. Journal of Medical Screening, 19 (4), 206-211.
2012Fear N.T.; Seddon, R.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N. Wessely, S.Does anonymity increase the reporting of mental health symptoms?Fear, N.T., Seddon, R., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., Wessely, S. (2012). Does anonymity increase the reporting of mental health symptoms?. BMC Public Health, 12(1), 797.
2012Buckman, J.E.; Forbes, H.J.; 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 earlyBuckman, J. E., Forbes, H.J., Clayton, T., Jones, M., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., ... Fear, N.T. (2012). 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 early. The European Journal of Public Health, 23 (3), 410-415.
2012Mulligan, K.; Jones, N.; Davies, M.; McAllister, P.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Effects of home on the mental health of British forces serving in Iraq and AfghanistanMulligan, K., Jones, N., Davies, M., McAllister, P., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S. Greenberg, N. (2012). Effects of home on the mental health of British forces serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 201 (3), 193-198.
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?Rona, R. J., Jones, M., Fear, N.T., Sundin, J., Hull, L., Wessely, S. (2012). Frequency of mild traumatic brain injury in Iraq and Afghanistan: are we measuring incidence or prevalence?. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 27 (1), 75-82.
2012Linden, S.C. Jones, E.German Battle Casualties: The Treatment of Functional Somatic Disorders during World War ILinden, S. C., Jones, E. (2012). German battle casualties: the treatment of functional somatic disorders during World War I. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 68 (4), 627-658.
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 MethodCreamer, M.C., Varker, T., Bisson, J., Darte, K., Greenberg, N., Lau, W., ... Watson, P. (2012). Guidelines for peer support in high8208;risk organizations: An international consensus study using the delphi method. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 25 (2), 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 genderWoodhead, C., Wessely, S., Jones, N., Fear, N.T. Hatch, S. L. (2012). Impact of exposure to combat during deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan on mental health by gender. Psychological Medicine, 42 (9), 1985-1996.
2012Sundin, J.; Mulligan, K.; Henry, S.; Hull, L.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Impact on Mental Health of Deploying as an Individual Augmentee in the U.K. Armed ForcesSundin, J., Mulligan, K., Henry, S., Hull, L., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., ... Fear, N. T. (2012). Impact on mental health of deploying as an individual augmentee in the UK Armed Forces. Military Medicine, 177 (5), 511-516.
2012Jones, N.; Seddon, R.; Fear, N.T.; McAllister, P.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Leadership, Cohesion, Morale, and the Mental Health of UK Armed Forces in AfghanistanJones, N., Seddon, R., Fear, N.T., McAllister, P., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2012). Leadership, cohesion, morale, and the mental health of UK Armed Forces in Afghanistan. Psychiatry: Interpersonal Biological Processes, 75 (1), 49-59.
2012Rona, R.J.Long-term consequences of mild traumatic brain injuryRona, R.J. (2012). Long-term consequences of mild traumatic brain injury. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 201 (3), 172-174.
2012Rona, R.J., Jones, M., Fear, N.T., Hull, L., Murphy, D., Machell, L., Coker, B., Iversen, A.C., Jones, N., David, A.S., Greenberg, N., Hotopf, M., Wessely, S.Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in UK Military Personnel returning from Afghanistan and Iraq: cohort and cross-sectional analysesRona, R.J., Jones, M., Fear, N.T., Hull, L., Murphy, D., Machell, L., ... Greenberg, N. (2012). Mild traumatic brain injury in UK military personnel returning from Afghanistan and Iraq: cohort and cross-sectional analyses. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 27 (1), 33-44.
2012Osorio, C., Jones, N., Fertout, M. Greenberg, N.Perceptions of stigma and barriers to care among UK military personnel deployed to Afghanistan and IraqOsorio, C., Jones, N., Fertout, M., Greenberg, N. (2013). Perceptions of stigma and barriers to care among UK military personnel deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq. Anxiety, Stress Coping, 26 (5), 539-557.
2012Mulligan, K.; Fear, N.T.; Jones, N.; Alvarez, H.; Hull, L.; Naumann, U.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Postdeployment Battlemind Training for the U.K. Armed Forces: A Cluster Randomized Controlled TrialMulligan, K., Fear, N.T., Jones, N., Alvarez, H., Hull, L., Naumann, U., ... Greenberg, N. (2012). Postdeployment Battlemind training for the UK armed forces: a cluster randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 80 (3), 331.
2012Rona, R.J.; Jones, M.;Sundin, J.; Goodwin, L.; Hull, L.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Predicting persistent posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in UK military personnel who served in IraqRona, R.J., Jones, M., Sundin, J., Goodwin, L., Hull, L., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T. (2012). Predicting persistent posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in UK military personnel who served in Iraq: A longitudinal study. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 46 (9), 1191-1198.
2012Goodwin, L.; Jones, M.; Rona, R.J.; Sundin, J.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Prevalence of Delayed-Onset Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Military Personnel: Is There Evidence for This Disorder?Goodwin, L., Jones, M., Rona, R.J., Sundin, J., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T. (2012). Prevalence of delayed-onset posttraumatic stress disorder in military personnel: Is there evidence for this disorder? Results of a prospective UK cohort study. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 200 (5), 429-437.
2012Messenger, K.; Farquharson, L.; Stallworthy, P.; Cawkill, P.; Greenberg, N.The experiences of security industry contractors working in iraq: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.Messenger, K., Farquharson, L., Stallworthy, P., Cawkill, P. Greenberg, N. (2012). The experiences of security industry contractors working in Iraq: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 54 (7), 859-867.
2012Jones, E.The Gut War' Functional Somatic Disorders in the UK during the Second World WarJones, E. (2012). The gut war Functional somatic disorders in the UK during the Second World War. History of the Human Sciences, 25 (5), 30-48.
2012Harvey, S.B.; Hatch, S.L.; Jones, M.; Hull, L.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Dandeker, C.; Fear, N.T. Wessely, S.The Long-Term Consequences of Military Deployment: A 5-Year Cohort Study of United Kingdom Reservists Deployed to Iraq in 2003Harvey, S.B., Hatch, S.L., Jones, M., Hull, L., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., ... Wessely, S. (2012). The long-term consequences of military deployment: a 5-year cohort study of United Kingdom reservists deployed to Iraq in 2003. American Journal of Epidemiology, 176 (12), 1177-1184.
2012Linden, S.C.; Hess, V.; Jones, E.The neurological manifestations of trauma: lessons from World War ILinden, S.C., Hess, V., Jones, E. (2012). The neurological manifestations of trauma: lessons from World War I. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 262 (3), 253-264.
2012McColl, H.; Bhui, K.; Jones, E.The role of doctors in investigation, prevention and treatment of tortureMcColl, H., Bhui, K., Jones, E. (2012). The role of doctors in investigation, prevention and treatment of torture. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 105 (11), 464-471.
2012Fertout, M.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.Third location decompression for individual augmentees after a military deploymentFertout, M., Jones, N., Greenberg, N. (2012). Third location decompression for individual augmentees after a military deployment. Occupational Medicine, 62 (3), 188-195.
2012Browne, T.; Evangeli, M.; Greenberg, N.Trauma-Related Guilt and Posttraumatic Stress Among JournalistsBrowne, T., Evangeli, M. Greenberg, N. (2012). Trauma8208;related guilt and posttraumatic stress among journalists. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 25 (2), 207-210.
2012Du Preez, J.; Sundin, J.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Unit cohesion and mental health in the UK armed forcesDu Preez, J., Sundin, J., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T. (2011). Unit cohesion and mental health in the UK armed forces. Occupational Medicine, 62 (1), 47-53.
2012MacManus, D.; Dean, K.; Al Bakir, M.; Iversen, A.C.; Hull, L.; Fahy, T.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Violent behaviour in UK military personnel returning home after deploymentMacManus, D., Dean, K., Al Bakir, M., Iversen, A. C., Hull, L., Fahy, T., ... Fear, N. T. (2012). Violent behaviour in UK military personnel returning home after deployment. Psychological Medicine, 42 (8), 1663-1673.
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 AfghanistanForbes, H.J., Jones, N., Woodhead, C., Greenberg, N., Harrison, K., White, S., ... Fear, N. T. (2012). What 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 Afghanistan. BMC Psychiatry, 12 (1), 178.
2012Jones, M.; Sundin, J.; Goodwin, L.; Hull, L.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.J.What explains posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in UK service personnel: deployment or something else?Jones, M., Sundin, J., Goodwin, L., Hull, L., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S. Rona, R. J. (2013). What explains post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in UK service personnel: deployment or something else?. Psychological Medicine, 43 (8), 1703-1712.
2011Wesson, M.'Lessons learnt from America' - Reflections from a fellowship examining the prevention, recognition and treatment of operational stress injuries in US Army serving personnelWesson, M. (2010). 'Lessons learnt from America'--Reflections from a fellowship examining the prevention, recognition and treatment of operational stress injuries in US Army serving personnel. Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service, 96 (3), 175-184.
2011Fernando, A.; Hull, L.; Greenberg, N.; Fear, N.T.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.'Warriors': impact of a powerful television drama on the psychological health of UK Bosnia peacekeepersFernando, A., Hull, L., Greenberg, N., Fear, N.T., Hotopf, M., Wessely, S. (2011). Warriors: Impact of a powerful television drama on the psychological health of UK Bosnia peacekeepers. Annals of epidemiology, 21 (9), 660-665.
2011Jones, N., Wink, P., Brown, A.B., Berrecloth, D., Abson, E., Doyle, J., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N.A clinical follow-up study of reserve forces personnel treated for mental health problems following demobilisationJones, N., Wink, P., Brown, R.A., Berrecloth, D., Abson, E., Doyle, J., ... Greenberg, N. (2011). A clinical follow-up study of reserve forces personnel treated for mental health problems following demobilisation. Journal of Mental Health, 20 (2), 136-145.
2011Fertout, M., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., Mulligan, K., Knight, T., Wessely, S.A review of United Kingdom Armed Forces' approaches to prevent post-deployment mental health problemsFertout, M., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., Mulligan, K., Knight, T., Wessely, S. (2011). A review of United Kingdom Armed Forces approaches to prevent post-deployment mental health problems. International Review of Psychiatry, 23(2), 135-143.
2011Rona, R.J.; Sundin, J.; Wood, P.; Fear, N.T.Agreement between body mass index, waist circumference and skin-fold thickness in the United Kingdom ArmyRona, R.J., Sundin, J., Wood, P., Fear, N.T. (2011). Agreement between body mass index, waist circumference and skin-fold thickness in the United Kingdom Army. Annals of Human Biology, 38 (3), 257-264.
2011Jones, E. Fear, N.T.Alcohol use and misuse within the military: A reviewJones, E. Fear, N.T. (2011). Alcohol use and misuse within the military: a review. International Review of Psychiatry, 23 (2), 166-172.
2011Harvey, S.B.; Hatch, S.L.; Jones, M.; Hull, L.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Dandeker, C.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.Coming home: social functioning and the mental health of UK Reservists on return from deployment to Iraq or AfghanistanHarvey, S.B., Hatch, S.L., Jones, M., Hull, L., Jones, N., Greenberg, N., ... Wessely, S. (2011). Coming home: social functioning and the mental health of UK Reservists on return from deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan. Annals of Epidemiology, 21 (9), 666-672.
2011Hibberd, J. Greenberg, N.Coping with the impact of working in a conflict zone: a comparative study of diplomatic staffHibberd, J.M., Greenberg, N. (2011). Coping with the impact of working in a conflict zone: a comparative study of diplomatic staff. Journal 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 responseBurdett, H., Jones, N., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2011). Early psychosocial intervention following operational deployment: analysis of a free text questionnaire response. Military Medicine, 176 (6), 620-625.
2011Murphy, D.; Sharp, D.Exploring pre-enlistment and military factors associated with the morale of members of the UK Armed ForcesMurphy, D. Sharp, D. (2011). Exploring pre-enlistment and military factors associated with the morale of members of the UK Armed Forces. Military Medicine, 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.Woodhead, C., Rona, R.J., Iversen, A.C., MacManus, D., Hotopf, M., Dean, K., ... Wessely, S. (2011). 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, 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 personnelMacManus, D., Dean, K., Iversen, A.C., Hull, L., Jones, N., Fahy, T., ... Fear, N.T. (2012). Impact of pre-enlistment antisocial behaviour on behavioural outcomes among UK military personnel. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 47 (8), 1353-1358.
2011Greenberg, N.Managing Traumatic Stress at Work: An Organisational Approach to the Management of Potentially Traumatic EventsGreenberg, N. Managing traumatic stress at work. An organisational approach to the management of potentially traumatic events. Occupational Health at Work 2011; 7 (5): 2226
2011Woodhead, C., Rona, R.J., Iversen, A.C., MacManus, D., Hotopf, M., Dean, K., McManus, S., Meltzer, H., Brugha, T., Jenkins, R., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T.Mental health and health service use among post-national service veterans: results from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey of EnglandWoodhead, C., Rona, R., Iversen, A., MacManus, D., Hotopf, M., Dean, K., McManus, S., Meltzer, H., Brugha, T., Jenkins, R., Wessely, S., Fear, N. Mental health and service use amongst post-National Service veterans: results from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey of England. Psychological Medicine 2011: 41: 363-372
2011Sundin, J.; Fear, N.T.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.J.Obesity in the UK Armed Forces: risk factorsSundin, J., Fear, N.T., Wessely, S., Rona, R.J. (2011). Obesity in the UK Armed Forces: risk factors. Military Medicine, 176 (5), 507-512.
2011Fear, N.T.; Sundin, J.; Rona, R.J.Obesity in the United Kingdom Armed Forces: prevalence based on measured and self-reported dataFear, N.T., Sundin, J., Rona, R.J. (2011). Obesity in the United Kingdom Armed Forces: prevalence based on measured and self-reported data. Military Medicine, 176 (1), 44-49.
2011Gould, M.Patient preferences for the delivery of military mental health servicesGould, M. (2011). Patient preferences for the delivery of military mental health services. Military Medicine, 176 (6), 608-612.
2011Pinder, R.J., Greenberg, N., Boyko, E.J., Gackstetter, G.D., Hooper, T.I., Murphy, D., Ryan, M.A.K., Smith, B., Smith, T.C., Wells, T.S., Wessely, S.Profile of two cohorts: UK and US prospective studies of military healthPinder, R.J., Greenberg, N., Boyko, E.J., Gackstetter, G.D., Hooper, T.I., Murphy, D., ... Wessely, S. (2011). Profile of two cohorts: UK and US prospective studies of military health. International Journal of Epidemiology, 41 (5), 1272-1282.
2011Mulligan, K.; Fear, N.T.; Jones, N.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Psycho-educational interventions designed to prevent deployment-related psychological ill-health in Armed Forces personnel: a reviewMulligan, K., Fear, N.T., Jones, N., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2011). Psycho-educational interventions designed to prevent deployment-related psychological ill-health in Armed Forces personnel: a review. Psychological Medicine, 41 (4), 673-686.
2011Pinder, R.J., Iversen, A.C., Kapur, N., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T.Self-harm and attempted suicide among UK Armed Forces personnel: results of a cross-sectional surveyPinder, R.J., Iversen, A.C., Kapur, N., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T. (2012). Self-harm and attempted suicide among UK Armed Forces personnel: Results of a cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 58 (4), 433-439.
2011Greenberg, N., Langston, V., Iversen, A.C., Wessely, S.The acceptability of Trauma Risk Management' within the UK Armed ForcesGreenberg, N., Langston, V., Iversen, A.C., Wessely, S. (2011). The acceptability of Trauma Risk Managementwithin the UK armed forces. Occupational Medicine, 61 (3), 184-189.
2011White, C., de Burgh, T., Fear, N.T., Iversen, A.C.The impact of deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan on military children: a review of the literatureWhite, C.J., de Burgh, H.T., Fear, N.T., Iversen, A.C. (2011). The impact of deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan on military children: A review of the literature. International Review of Psychiatry, 23 (2), 210-217.
2011de Burgh, H.T., White, C., Fear, N.T., Iversen, A.C.The impact of deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan on partners and wives of military personnelde Burgh, H.T., White, C.J., Fear, N.T., Iversen, A.C. (2011). The impact of deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan on partners and wives of military personnel. International Review of Psychiatry, 23 (2), 192-200.
2011Sundin, J.; Forbes, H.; Fear, N.T.; Iversen, A.C.The impact of the conflicts of Iraq and Afghanistan: a UK perspectiveSundin, J., Forbes, H., Fear, N.T., Dandeker, C., Wessely, S. (2011). The impact of the conflicts of Iraq and Afghanistan: a UK perspective. International Review of Psychiatry, 23 (2), 153-159.
2011Greenberg, N.; Jones, E.; Jones, N.; Fear, NT.; Wessely, S.The injured mind in the UK Armed ForcesGreenberg, N., Jones, E., Jones, N., Fear, N. T., Wessely, S. (2011). The injured mind in the UK Armed Forces. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 366 (1562), 261-267.
2011Forbes, H.J., Fear, N.T., Iversen, A., Dandeker, C.The mental health of UK Armed Forces personnel. The impact of Iraq and AfghanistanForbes, H. J., Fear, N. T., Iversen, A., Dandeker, C. (2011). The mental health of UK Armed Forces personnel: the impact of Iraq and Afghanistan. The RUSI Journal, 156 (2), 14-20.
2011Jones, E.The military and its psychiatric challenges (Editorial)Jones, E. (2011). The military and its psychiatric challenges. International Review of Psychiatry: April 2011 (23) 125-126
2011Seddon, R.L., Jones, E., Greenberg, N.The Role of Chaplains in Maintaining the Psychological Health of Military Personnel: An Historical and Contemporary PerspectiveSeddon, R. L., Jones, E., Greenberg, N. (2011). The role of chaplains in maintaining the psychological health of military personnel: an historical and contemporary perspective. Military Medicine, 176 (12), 1357-1361.
2011Iversen, A.C., van Staden, L., Hacker Hughes, J., Greenberg, N., Hotopf, M., Rona, R.J., Thornicroft, G., Wessely, S., Fear, N.T.The stigma of mental health problems and other barriers to care in the UK Armed ForcesIversen, A. C., van Staden, L., Hughes, J. H., Greenberg, N., Hotopf, M., Rona, R. J., ... Fear, N. T. (2011). The stigma of mental health problems and other barriers to care in the UK Armed Forces. BMC Health Services Research, 11 (1), 31.
2011Jones, N.; Burdett, H.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.The subjective utility of early psychosocial interventions following combat deploymentJones, N., Burdett, H., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2010). The subjective utility of early psychosocial interventions following combat deployment. Occupational Medicine, 61 (2), 102-107.
2011Dandeker C., Greenberg, N., Orme, G.,The UK's Reserve Forces: Retrospect and ProspectDandeker, C., Greenberg, N., Orme, G. (2011). The UKs reserve forces: retrospect and prospect. Armed Forces Society, 37 (2), 341-360.
2011Jones, E.War Neuroses and Arthur Hurst: A Pioneering Medical Film about the Treatment of Psychiatric Battle CasualtiesDandeker, C., Greenberg, N., Orme, G. (2011). The UKs reserve forces: retrospect and prospect. Armed Forces Society, 37 (2), 341-360.
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 problemsMacManus, D., Wessely, S. (2011). Why do some ex-armed forces personnel end up in prison?. BMJ: British Medical Journal (Online), 342.
2010Fear, NT; Van Staden, L; Iversen, A; Hall, J; Wessely, S.50 ways to trace your veteran: increasing response rates can be cheap and effectiveFear, N. T., Van Staden, L., Iversen, A., Hall, J., Wessely, S. (2010). 50 ways to trace your veteran: increasing response rates can be cheap and effective. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 1(1), 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 populationGreenberg, N., Langston, V., Everitt, B., Iversen, A., Fear, N. T., Jones, N., Wessely, S. (2010). A cluster randomized controlled trial to determine the efficacy of Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) in a military population. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 23 (4), 430-436.
2010Coetzee, R.H.; Simpson, R.G.; Greeberg, N.A practical approach to detecting post-deployment mental health problems in primary careCoetzee, R. H., Simpson, R. G., Greenberg, N. (2010). A practical approach to detecting post-deployment mental health problems in Primary Care. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 156(3), 185.
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 studyRona, R. J., Jones, M., Fear, N. T., Hull, L., Hotopf, M., Wessely, S. (2010). Alcohol misuse and functional impairment in the UK Armed Forces: a population-based study. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 108 (1-2), 37-42.
2010Jones, E.; Ironside, S.Battle exhaustion: the dilemma of psychiatric casualties in Normandy, June-August 1944Jones, E., Ironside, S. (2010). Battle exhaustion: the dilemma of psychiatric casualties in Normandy, JuneAugust 1944. The Historical Journal, 53 (1), 109-128.
2010Jones E; Wessely S.British prisoners-of-war: from resilience to psychological vulnerability: reality or perceptionJones, E., Wessely, S. (2010). British prisoners-of-war: from resilience to psychological vulnerability: reality or perception. Twentieth Century British History, 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?Wesson, M., Gould, M. (2010). Can a return-to-workagenda fit within the theory and practice of CBT for depression and anxiety disorders?. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, 3 (1), 27-42.
2010Woodhead C; Wessely S.Commentary: what interventions work for victims of conflict related rape?Woodhead, C., Wessely, S. (2010). Commentary: what interventions work for victims of conflict related rape?. BMJ, 341, c7038.
2010Azari, J.; Dandeker, C.; Greenberg, N.Cultural stress: how interactions with and among foreign populations affect military personnelAzari, J., Dandeker, C., Greenberg, N. (2010). Cultural stress: How interactions with and among foreign populations affect military personnel. Armed Forces Society, 36 (4), 585-603.
2010Gould, M.; Adler, A.; Zamorski, M.; Castro, C.; Hanily, N.; Steele, N.; Kearney, S.; Greenberg, N.Do stigma and other perceived barriers to mental health care differ across Armed Forces?Gould, M., Adler, A., Zamorski, M., Castro, C., Hanily, N., Steele, N., ... Greenberg, N. (2010). Do stigma and other perceived barriers to mental health care differ across Armed Forces?. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 103 (4), 148-156.
2010Frappell-Cooke W.; Gulina M; Green K; Hacker Hughes J; Greenberg NDoes trauma risk management reduce psychological distress in deployed troops?Frappell-Cooke, W., Gulina, M., Green, K., Hacker Hughes, J., Greenberg, N. (2010). Does trauma risk management reduce psychological distress in deployed troops?. Occupational Medicine, 60 (8), 645-650.
2010Dandeker, C; Mason, D.Echoes of empire: addressing gaps in recruitment and retention in the British army by diversifying recruitment poolsIn Tibor Szvircsev Tresch and Christian Leuprecht (eds.). Europe without Soldiers? Recruitment and Retention across the Armed Forces of Europe (pp. 209-234). Ontario: McGill-Queen’s University Press
2010Dandeker, C.From Victory to Success: the Changing Mission of Western Armed ForcesIn Duyvesteyn, I., Angstrom, J. (eds) Modern War and the Utility of Force: Challenges, Methods and Strategy (pp. 16-38). Routledge, Oxon
2010Iversen, A.C.; van Staden, L.; Hughes, J.H.; Browne, T.; Greenberg, N.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.T.Help-seeking and receipt of treatment among UK service personnelIversen, A. C., van Staden, L., Hughes, J. H., Browne, T., Greenberg, N., Hotopf, M., ... Fear, N. T. (2010). Help-seeking and receipt of treatment among UK service personnel. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 197 (2), 149-155.
2010Greene, T; Buckman, J; Dandeker, C; Greenberg, NHow communication with families can both help and hinder service membersGreene, T., Buckman, J., Dandeker, C., Greenberg, N. (2010). How communication with families can both help and hinder service members mental health and occupational effectiveness on deployment. Military Medicine, 175 (10), 745-749.
2010Rubin, G.J.; Dickmann, P.How to reduce the impact of 'low risk patients' following a bioterrorist incident: lessons from SARS, antrax and pneumonic plagueRubin, G. J., Dickmann, P. (2010). How to reduce the impact of low-risk patients following a bioterrorist incident: lessons from SARS, anthrax, and pneumonic plague. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science, 8 (1), 37-43.
2010Murphy, D.; Strong, A.Investigating factors associated with reporting concerns towards malaria prophylaxis, and the contents of concerns amongst UK Service Personnel deployed to the Iraq conflict between 2003-2006: a mixed methods studyMurphy, D., Strong, A. (2010). Investigating Factors Associated with Reporting Concerns towards malaria prophylaxis, and the Content of Concerns Amongst Uk Service Personnel Deployed to the Iraq Conflict Between 2003-2006: A Mixed Methods Study. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 156 (1), 28-31.
2010Dandeker, C.; Eversden-French, C.; Greenberg, N.; Hatch, S.; Riley, P.; van Staden, L.; Wessely, S.Laying down their rifles: the changing influences on the retention of volunteer British Army Reservists returning from Iraq, 2003-2006Dandeker, C., Eversden-French, C., Greenberg, N., Hatch, S., Riley, P., van Staden, L., Wessely, S. (2010). Laying down their rifles: the changing influences on the retention of volunteer British Army Reservists Returning from Iraq, 20032006. Armed Forces Society, 36 (2), 264-289.
2010Jones, N.; Fear, N.T,; Jones, M.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Long-term military work outcomes in soldiers who become mental health casualties when deployed on operationsJones, N., Fear, N. T., Jones, M., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2010). Long-term military work outcomes in soldiers who become mental health casualties when deployed on operations. Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes, 73 (4), 352-364.
2010Sundin J, Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Rona, RJ.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.; Fear, NT.Mental health among commando, airborne and other UK infantry personnelSundin, J., Jones, N., Greenberg, N. R. R. J., Rona, R. J., Hotopf, M., Wessely, S., Fear, N. T. (2010). Mental health among commando, airborne and other UK infantry personnel. Occupational Medicine, 60 (7), 552-559.
2010Pinder, RJ.; Fear, NT.; Wessely, S.; Reid, GE.; Greenberg, N.Mental health care provision in the UK Armed ForcesPinder, R. J., Fear, N. T., Wessely, S., Reid, G. E., Greenberg, N. (2010). Mental health care provision in the UK armed forces. Military Medicine, 175 (10), 805-810.
2010Mulligan, K.; Jones, N,; Woodhead, C.; Davies, M.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Mental health of UK military personnel while on deployment in IraqMulligan, K., Jones, N., Woodhead, C., Davies, M., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2010). Mental health of UK military personnel while on deployment in Iraq. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 197 (5), 405-410.
2010Dandeker, C.Military and Society since 9/11: Retrospect and ProspectIn Sheffer, G., Barak, O. (eds) Militarism and Israeli Society (pp. 346-358). Indiana University Press, IN
2010Sundin, J.; Fear, N.T.; Iversen, A.; Rona, R.J.; Wessely, S.PTSD after deployment to Iraq: conflicting rates, conflicting claimsSundin, J., Fear, N. T., Iversen, A., Rona, R. J., Wessely, S. (2010). PTSD after deployment to Iraq: conflicting rates, conflicting claims. Psychological Medicine, 40 (3), 367-382.
2010Sundin, J.; Fear, N.T.; Hull, L.; Jones, N.; Dandeker, C.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.J.Rewarding and unrewarding aspects of deployment to Iraq and its association with psychological health in UK military personnelSundin, J., Fear, N. T., Hull, L., Jones, N., Dandeker, C., Wessely, S., Rona, R. J. (2010). Rewarding and unrewarding aspects of deployment to Iraq and its association with psychological health in UK military personnel. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, 83 (6), 653-663.
2010Jones, E.Shell shock at Maghull and the Maudsley: models of psychological medicine in the UKJones, E. (2010). Shell shock at Maghull and the Maudsley: models of psychological medicine in the UK. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 65 (3), 368-395.
2010Fear, N.T.; Horn, O.; Hull, L.; Murphy, D.; Jones, M.; Browne, T.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.J.Smoking among males in the UK Armed Forces: changes over a seven year periodFear, N. T., Horn, O., Hull, L., Murphy, D., Jones, M., Browne, T., ... Rona, R. J. (2010). Smoking among males in the UK Armed Forces: changes over a seven year period. Preventive Medicine, 50 (5-6), 282-284.
2010Langston, V.; Greenberg, N.; Fear, N.; Iversen, A.; French, C.; Wessely, C.Stigma and mental health in the Royal Navy: a mixed methods paperLangston, V., Greenberg, N., Fear, N., Iversen, A., French, C., Wessely, S. (2010). Stigma and mental health in the Royal Navy: A mixed methods paper. Journal of Mental Health, 19 (1), 8-16.
2010Ingham S.; Dandeker, C.The covenant we must protect from the lawyersParliamentary Brief 2010
2010Greene, T; Buckman, J; Dandeker, C; Greenberg, NThe Impact of Culture Clash on Deployed TroopsGreene, T., Buckman, J., Dandeker, C., Greenberg, N. (2010). The impact of culture clash on deployed troops. Military Medicine, 175 (12), 958-963.
2010Buckman, JEJ.; Sundin, J.; Greene, T.; Fear, NT.; Dandeker, C.; Greenberg, N.; Wessely, S.The impact of deployment length on the health and well-being of military personnel: a systematic review of the literatureBuckman, J. E., Sundin, J., Greene, T., Fear, N. T., Dandeker, C., Greenberg, N., Wessely, S. (2011). The impact of deployment length on the health and well-being of military personnel: a systematic review of the literature. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 68 (1), 69-76.
2010Horn, O.; Sloggett, A,; Ploubidis, G.B.; Hull, L.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.J.Upward trends in symptom reporting in the UK Armed ForcesHorn, O., Sloggett, A., Ploubidis, G. B., Hull, L., Hotopf, M., Wessely, S., Rona, R. J. (2010). Upward trends in symptom reporting in the UK Armed Forces. European Journal of Epidemiology, 25 (2), 87-94.
2010Fear, N.T.; Jones, M.; Murphy, D.; Hull, L.; Iversen, A.; Coker, B.; Machell, L.; Sundin, J.; Woodhead, C.; Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Landau, S.; Dandeker, C.; Rona, R.J.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.What are the consequences of deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan on the mental health of the UK armed forces? A cohort studyFear, N. T., Jones, M., Murphy, D., Hull, L., Iversen, A. C., Coker, B., ... Greenberg, N. (2010). What are the consequences of deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan on the mental health of the UK armed forces? A cohort study. The Lancet, 375 (9728), 1783-1797.
2009Pinder, R.J.; Murphy, D.; Hatch, S.L; Iversen, A.; Dandeker, C.; Wessely, S.A mixed methods analysis of the perceptions of the media by members of the British Forces during the Iraq WarPinder, R. J., Murphy, D., Hatch, S. L., Iversen, A., Dandeker, C., Wessely, S. (2009). A mixed methods analysis of the perceptions of the media by members of the British forces during the Iraq war. Armed Forces Society, 36 (1), 131-152.
2009Henderson, A.; Langston, V.; Greenberg, N.Alcohol misuse in the Royal NavyHenderson, A., Langston, V., Greenberg, N. (2008). Alcohol misuse in the Royal Navy. Occupational Medicine, 59 (1), 25-31.
2009Woodhead, C.; Sloggett, A.; Bray, I.; Bradbury, J.; McManus, S.; Meltzer, H.; Brugha, T.; Jenkins, R.; Greenberg, N.; Wessely, S.; Fear, N.;An estimate of the veteran population in England: based on data from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity SurveyWoodhead, C. (2009). An estimate of the veteran population in England: based on data from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. Population Trends, 138 (1), 50-54.
2009Greenberg, N.; Langston, V.; Fear, N.T.; Jones, M.; Wessely, S.An evaluation of stress education in the Royal NavyGreenberg, N., Langston, V., Fear, N. T., Jones, M., Wessely, S. (2008). An evaluation of stress education in the Royal Navy. Occupational Medicine, 59 (1), 20-24.
2009Segal, D.R.; Dandeker, C.; Whitestone, Y.K.Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation in Twenty-First Century Military Peacekeeping OperationsIn Denis, A.B., Kalekin-Fishman, D. (eds) The ISA Handbook in Contemporary Sociology (pp. 236-249). Sage Publications Ltd, London
2009Mason, D.; Dandeker, C.Evolving UK policy on diversity in the Armed Services: multiculturalism and its discontentsMason, D., Dandeker, C. (2009). Evolving UK policy on diversity in the armed services: multiculturalism and its discontents. Commonwealth Comparative Politics, 47 (4), 393-410.
2009Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.; Woodhead, C.; Fear, N.T.Gulf war illnesses (letter)Wessely, S., Greenberg, N., Woodhead, C., Fear, N. T. (2009). Gulf war illnesses. The Lancet, 373 (9662), 462.
2009Murphy, D.; Greenberg, N.; Bland, D.Health concerns in UK Armed Forces personnelMurphy, D., Greenberg, N., Bland, D. (2009). Health concerns in UK Armed Forces personnel. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 102 (4), 143-147.
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2009Wilson, J.; Jones, M.; Fear, N.T.; Hull, L.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.J.Is previous psychological health associated with the likelihood of Iraq War deployment? An investigation of the 'Healthy Warrior Effect'Wilson, J., Jones, M., Fear, N. T., Hull, L., Hotopf, M., Wessely, S., Rona, R. J. (2009). Is previous psychological health associated with the likelihood of Iraq War deployment? An investigation of the healthy warrior effect. American Journal of Epidemiology, 169 (11), 1362-1369.
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2009Fear, N.T.; Jones, E.; Groom, M.; Greenberg, N.; Hull, L.; Hodgetts, T.J.; Wessely, S.Symptoms of post-concussional syndrome are non-specifically related to mild traumatic brain injury in UK Armed Forces personnel on return from deployment in Iraq: an analysis of self-reported dataFear, N. T., Jones, E., Groom, M., Greenberg, N., Hull, L., Hodgetts, T. J., Wessely, S. (2009). Symptoms of post-concussional syndrome are non-specifically related to mild traumatic brain injury in UK Armed Forces personnel on return from deployment in Iraq: an analysis of self-reported data. Psychological Medicine, 39 (8), 1379-1387.
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2008Jones, M.; Fear, N.; Greenberg, N.; Jones, N.; Hull, L.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.; Rona, R.Do medical services personnel who deployed to the Iraq war have worse mental health than other deployed personnel?Jones, M., Fear, N. T., Greenberg, N., Jones, N., Hull, L., Hotopf, M., ... Rona, R. J. (2008). Do medical services personnel who deployed to the Iraq war have worse mental health than other deployed personnel?. European Journal of Public Health, 18 (4), 422-427.
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2008Cohn, S.; Dyson, C.; Wessely, S.Early accounts of Gulf War illness and the construction of narratives in UK service personnelCohn, S., Dyson, C., Wessely, S. (2008). Early accounts of Gulf War illness and the construction of narratives in UK service personnel. Social Science Medicine, 67 (11), 1641-1649.
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2008Croft, A.M.; Ollerton, J.E.; Fear, N.T.Hepatitis B infection following deployment to AngolaCroft, A. M., Ollerton, J. E., Fear, N. T. (2008). Hepatitis B infection following deployment to Angola. Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service, 94(3), 108-111.
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2008Gould, M.; Sharpley, J.; Greenberg, N.Patient characteristics and clinical activities at a British military department of community mental healthGould, M., Sharpley, J., Greenberg, N. (2008). Patient characteristics and clinical activities at a British military department of community mental health. Psychiatric Bulletin, 32 (3), 99-102.
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2008Jones, E.; Everitt, B.; Ironside, S.; Palmer, I.; Wessely, S.Psychological effects of chemical weapons: a follow-up study of First World War veteransJones, E., Everitt, B., Ironside, S., Palmer, I., Wessely, S. (2008). Psychological effects of chemical weapons: a follow-up study of First World War veterans. Psychological Medicine, 38 (10), 1419-1426.
2008Iversen, A.C.; Fear, N.T.; Ehlers, A.; Hacker-Hughes, J.; Hull, L.; Earnshaw, M.; Greenberg, N.; Rona, R.; Wessely, S. Hotopf, M.Risk factors for post-traumatic stress disorder among UK Armed Forces personnelIversen, A. C., Fear, N. T., Ehlers, A., Hughes, J. H., Hull, L., Earnshaw, M., ... Hotopf, M. (2008). Risk factors for post-traumatic stress disorder among UK Armed Forces personnel. Psychological Medicine, 38(4), 511-522.
2008Fear, N.T.; Iversen, A.C.; Chatterjee, A.; Jones, M.; Greenberg, N.; Hull, L.; Rona, R.J.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.Risky driving among regular Armed Forces personnel from the United KingdomFear, N. T., Iversen, A. C., Chatterjee, A., Jones, M., Greenberg, N., Hull, L., ... Wessely, S. (2008). Risky driving among regular armed forces personnel from the United Kingdom. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 35 (3), 230-236.
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2008Jones, N.; Greenberg, N.; Fear, N.T.; Earnshaw, M.; McAllister, P.; Reid, G.; Wessely, S.The operational mental health consequences of deployment to Iraq for UK ForcesJones, N., Greenberg, N., Fear, N. T., Earnshaw, M., McAllister, P., Reid, G., Wessely, S. (2008). The operational mental health consequences of deployment to Iraq for UK Forces. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 154(2), 102-106.
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2008Murphy, D.; Marteau, T.; Rona R.; Hotopf M.; Wessely, S.Why do UK military personnel refuse the anthrax vaccination?Murphy, D., Marteau, T., Hotopf, M., Rona, R. J., Wessely, S. (2008). Why do UK military personnel refuse the anthrax vaccination?. Biosecurity and bioterrorism: biodefense strategy, practice, and science, 6(3), 237-242.
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2007Wilson, M.M.; McAllister, P.D.; Hacker-Hughes, J.G.; Fear, N.T.Do military uniform and rank impact on the therapeutic relationship between military mental health clients and clinicians?Wilson, M. M., McAllister, P. D., Hughes, J. H., Fear, N. T. (2007). Do military uniform and rank impact on the therapeutic relationship between military mental health clients and clinicians?. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 153(3), 170-171.
2007Jones, E.; Palmer, I.; Wessely, S.Enduring beliefs about effects of gassing in war: qualitative studyJones, E., Palmer, I., Wessely, S. (2007). Enduring beliefs about effects of gassing in war: qualitative study. BMJ, 335(7633), 1313-1315.
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2007Dandeker, C.‘Losing the Battle with Civvie Street’Parliamentary Brief, 17th October 2007.
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2006Jones, E.; Hyams, K.; Wessely, S.Iconic Images of War: photographs that changed historyJones, E., Hyams, C., Wessely, S. (2006). Iconic Images of War: photographs that changed history. Historian, (92), 6.
2006Peakman, M.; Skowera, A.; Hotopf, M.Immunological dysfunction, vaccination and Gulf War illnessPeakman, M., Skowera, A., Hotopf, M. (2006). Immunological dysfunction, vaccination and Gulf War illness. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 361(1468), 681-687.
2006Murphy, D.; Hooper, C.; French, C.; Jones, M.; Rona, R. Wessely S.Is increased reporting of symptomatic ill health in Gulf War veterans related to how one asks the question?Murphy, D., Hooper, R., French, C., Jones, M., Rona, R., Wessely, S. (2006). Is the increased reporting of symptomatic ill health in Gulf War veterans related to how one asks the question?. Journal of psychosomatic research, 61(2), 181-186.
2006Horn, O.; Hull, L.; Jones, M.; Murphy, D.; Browne, T.; Fear N.T.; Hotopf, M.; Rona, R.; Wessely, S.Is there an Iraq war syndrome? Comparison of the health of UK service personnel after the Gulf and Iraq warsHorn, O., Hull, L., Jones, M., Murphy, D., Browne, T., Fear, N. T., ... Wessely, S. (2006). Is there an Iraq war syndrome? Comparison of the health of UK service personnel after the Gulf and Iraq wars. The Lancet, 367(9524), 1742-1746.
2006Allen, J,; Skowera, A.; Rubin, J.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.; Peakman, M.Long-lasting T cell responses to biological warfare vaccines in human vaccinesAllen, J. S., Skowera, A., Rubin, G. J., Wessely, S., Peakman, M. (2006). Long-lasting T cell responses to biological warfare vaccines in human vaccinees. Clinical infectious diseases, 43(1), 1-7.
2006Rona, R.; Hooper, R.; Greenberg, N.; Jones, M., Wessely, S.Medical downgrading, self-perception of health and psychological symptoms in the British Armed ForcesRona, R. J., Hooper, R., Greenberg, N., Jones, M., Wessely, S. (2006). Medical downgrading, self-perception of health, and psychological symptoms in the British Armed Forces. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 63(4), 250-254.
2006Rona, R.; Jones, M.; Hooper, R;, Hull, L.; Browne, T.; Horn, O.; Murphy, D.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.Mental health screening in armed forces before the Iraq war and prevention of subsequent psychological morbidity : follow-up studyRona, R. J., Hooper, R., Jones, M., Hull, L., Browne, T., Horn, O., ... Wessely, S. (2006). Mental health screening in armed forces before the Iraq war and prevention of subsequent psychological morbidity: follow-up study. bmj, 333(7576), 991.
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2006Stimpson, N.J.; Unwin, C.; Hull, L.; David, T.; Wessely, S.; Lewis, G.Prevalence of reported pain, widespread pain, and pain symmetry in veterans of the Persian Gulf War (1990-1991): the use of pain manikins in Persian Gulf War health researchStimpson, N. J., Unwin, C., Hull, L., David, T., Wessely, S., Lewis, G. (2006). Prevalence of reported pain, widespread pain, and pain symmetry in veterans of the Persian Gulf War (19901991): the use of pain manikins in Persian Gulf War health research. Military medicine, 171(12), 1181-1186.
2006Campion, B.H.; Hacker-Hughes, J.G.; Devon, M.; Fear, N.T.Psychological morbidity during the 2002 deployment to AfghanistanCampion, B. H., Hughes, J. H., Devon, M., Fear, N. T. (2006). Psychological morbidity during the 2002 deployment to Afghanistan. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 152(2), 91-93.
2006Rubin, G.J.; Wessely, S.Psychological reactions to the 7 July London bombingsChemical Hazards and Poisons Report 2006; 7: 16-18
2006Jones, E.; Wessely, S.Psychological trauma: a historical perspectiveJones, E., Wessely, S. (2006). Psychological trauma: a historical perspective. Psychiatry, 5(7), 217-220.
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2006Jones, E.; Woolven, R.; Durodie, W.; Wessely, S.Public Panic and Morale: World War Two civilian responses re-examined in the light of the current anti-terrorist campaignJones, E., Woolven, R., Durodi, B., Wessely, S. (2006). Public panic and morale: Second World War civilian responses re8208;examined in the light of the current anti8208;terrorist campaign. Journal of Risk Research, 9(1), 57-73.
2006Wessely, S.; Freedman, L.Reflections on Gulf War illnessWessely, S., Freedman, L. (2006). Reflections on Gulf war illness. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 361(1468), 721-730.
2006Jones, E.; Greenberg, N.Royal Naval Psychiatry: organisation, methods and outcomes 1900-1945Jones, E., Greenberg, N. (2006). Royal Naval psychiatry: organization, methods and outcomes, 19001945. The Mariner's Mirror, 92(2), 190-203.
2006Wessely, S.; Thomas, S.; Dandeker, C.; Greenberg, N.; Kelly, V.Serving in Bosnia made me appreciate living in Bristol: stressful experiences, attitudes, and psychological needs of members of the United Kingdom Armed ForcesThomas, S., Dandeker, C., Greenberg, N., Kelly, V., Wessely, S. (2006). Serving in Bosnia made me appreciate living in Bristol: stressful experiences, attitudes, and psychological needs of members of the United Kingdom Armed Forces. Military medicine, 171(5), 376-380.
2006Dandeker, C.Surveillance and Military Transformation: Organizational Trends in Twenty First Century Armed ServicesIn Haggerty, K. and Ericson, R.V. (eds) The New Politics of Surveillance and Visibility (pp. 538-557). University of Toronto Press, Toronto
2006Jones, M.; Rona, R.J.; Hooper, R.; Wessely, S.The burden of psychological symptoms in UK Armed ForcesJones, M., Rona, R. J., Hooper, R., Wesseley, S. (2006). The burden of psychological symptoms in UK Armed Forces. Occupational Medicine, 56(5), 322-328.
2006Hotopf, M.; Hull, L., Fear, N.; Browne, T.; Horn, O.; Iversen, A.; Jones, M.; Murphy, D.; Bland, D.; Earnshaw, M.; Greenberg, N.; Hacker-Hughes, J.; Tate, R.; Dandeker, C.; Rona, R.; Wessely S.The health of UK military personnel who deployed to the 2003 Iraq war: a cohort studyHotopf, M., Hull, L., Fear, N. T., Browne, T., Horn, O., Iversen, A., ... Greenberg, N. (2006). The health of UK military personnel who deployed to the 2003 Iraq war: a cohort study. The Lancet, 367(9524), 1731-1741.
2006Wessely, S.The life and death of Private Harry FarrWessely, S. (2006). The life and death of Private Harry Farr. The RUSI Journal, 151(5), 60-64.
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2006McGeorge, T.; Hacker-Hughes, J. Wessely, S.The MOD PTSD decision: a psychiatric perspectiveMcGeorge, T., Hughes, J. H., Wessely, S. (2006). The MoD PTSD decision-a psychiatric perspective. Occupational Health Review-London-, 122, 21.
2006Jones, E.The psychology of killing: the combat experience of British soldiers during the First World WarJones, E. (2006). The psychology of killing: the combat experience of British soldiers during the First World War. Journal of Contemporary History, 41(2), 229-246.
2006Wessely, S.Twentieth century theories on combat motivation and breakdownWessely, S. (2006). Twentieth-century theories on combat motivation and breakdown. Journal of Contemporary History, 41(2), 268-286.
2006Murphy D.; Dandeker, C.; Horn, O.; Hotopf, M., Hull, L.; Jones, M.; Marteau, T.; Rona, R.; Wessely, S.UK Armed Forces responses to an informed choice policy for anthrax vaccination: a paradoxical effectMurphy, D., Dandeker, C., Horn, O., Hotopf, M., Hull, L., Jones, M., ... Wessely, S. (2006). UK armed forces responses to an informed consent policy for anthrax vaccination: A paradoxical effect?. Vaccine, 24(16), 3109-3114.
2006Wood, A.M.; White, I.R.; Hotopf, M.Using number of failed contact attempts to adjust for non-ignorable non-responseWood, A. M., White, I. R., Hotopf, M. (2006). Using number of failed contact attempts to adjust for non8208;ignorable non8208;response. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 169(3), 525-542.
2006Sheppard, B.; Rubin, G.J.; Wardman, J.K.; Wessely, S.Viewpoint: terrorism and dispelling the myth of a panic prone publicSheppard, B., Rubin, G. J., Wardman, J. K., Wessely, S. (2006). Terrorism and dispelling the myth of a panic prone public. Journal of Public Health Policy, 27(3), 219-245.
2006Dandeker, C.; Wessely, S.; Iversen, S.; Ross, J.What's in a Name? Defining and Caring for ''Veterans'' : The United Kingdom in International PerspectiveDandeker, C., Wessely, S., Iversen, A., Ross, J. (2006). What's in a Name? Defining and Caring for Veterans The United Kingdom in International Perspective. Armed Forces Society, 32(2), 161-177.
2006Rona, R.J.; Fear, N.T.; Hull, L.; Wessely, S.Women in novel occupational roles: mental health trends in the UK Armed ForcesRona, R. J., Fear, N. T., Hull, L., Wessely, S. (2006). Women in novel occupational roles: mental health trends in the UK Armed Forces. International Journal of Epidemiology, 36(2), 319-326.
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2005Skowera, A.; de Jong,E.C.; Schuitemaker, J.H.N.; Allen, J.S.; Wessely, S.C.; Griffiths, G.; Kapsenberg, M.; Peakman, M.Analysis of Anthrax and Plague Biowarfare Vaccine Interactions with Human Monocyte-Derived Dendritic CellsSkowera, A., de Jong, E. C., Schuitemaker, J. H., Allen, J. S., Wessely, S. C., Griffiths, G., ... Peakman, M. (2005). Analysis of anthrax and plague biowarfare vaccine interactions with human monocyte-derived dendritic cells. The Journal of Immunology, 175(11), 7235-7243.
2005Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.Can epidemiology clear the fog of war? Lessons from the 1990-1991 Gulf WarHotopf, M., Wessely, S. (2005). Can epidemiology clear the fog of war? Lessons from the 199091 Gulf War. International Journal of Epidemiology, 34(4), 791-800.
2005Wessely, S.Don't panic Short and long term psychological reactions to the new terrorism: The role of information and the authoritiesWessely, S. (2005). Don't panic Short and long term psychological reactions to the new terrorism: the role of information and the authorities. 1-6
2005Dandeker, C.; Thomas, S.; Dolan, M.; Chapman, F.; Ross, J.Feasibility study on the extent, causes, impact and costs of rough sleeping and homelessness amongst ex service personnel in a sample of Local Authorities in England.Unpublished Research Report, MOD 2005
2005Hacker-Hughes, J.; Cameron, F.; Eldridge, R.; Devon, M.; Wessely, S.; Greenberg, N.Going to war does not always have to hurt: preliminary findings from the British deployment to IraqHughes, J. H., Cameron, F., Eldridge, R., Devon, M., Wessely, S., Greenberg, N. (2005). Going to war does not have to hurt: preliminary findings from the British deployment to Iraq. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 186(6), 536-537.
2005Iversen, A.; Dyson, C.; Smith, N.; Greenberg, N.; Walwyn, R.; Unwin, C.; Hull, L.; Dandeker, C.; Ross, J.; Wessely, S.Goodbye and good luck': the mental health needs and treatment experiences of British ex-service personnelIversen, A., Dyson, C., Smith, N., Greenberg, N., Walwyn, R., Unwin, C., ... Wessely, S. (2005). Goodbye and good luck: the mental health needs and treatment experiences of British ex-service personnel. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 186(6), 480-486.
2005Greenberg, N.; Cawkill, P.; Sharpley, J.How to TRiM away at post traumatic stress reactions: traumatic risk management - now and in the futureGreenberg, N., Langston, V., Scott, R. (2006). How to TRiM Away at Post Traumatic Stress Reactions: Traumatic Risk Management-Now and in the Future. King's Centre for Military Health Research London (United Kingdom) Weston Education Centre.
2005Macfarlane, G.J.; Hotopf, H.; Maconochie, N.; Blatchley, N.; Richards, A.; Lunt, M.Long-term mortality amongst Gulf War veterans: is there a relationship with experiences during deployment and subsequent morbidity?Macfarlane, G. J., Hotopf, M., Maconochie, N., Blatchley, N., Richards, A., Lunt, M. (2005). Long-term mortality amongst Gulf War Veterans: is there a relationship with experiences during deployment and subsequent morbidity?. International journal of epidemiology, 34(6), 1403-1408.
2005Van Staden, L.; French C.; Iversen, A.; Dandeker, C.; Wessely, S.Post discharge mentoring for vulnerable service leaversUnpublished Research Report, MOD 2005
2005Rubin, J.; Brewin, C.; Greenberg, N.; Simpson, J.; Wessely, S.Psychological and behavioural reactions to the bombings in London on 7 July 2005: cross sectional survey of a representative sample of LondonersRubin, G. J., Brewin, C. R., Greenberg, N., Simpson, J., Wessely, S. (2005). Psychological and behavioural reactions to the bombings in London on 7 July 2005: cross sectional survey of a representative sample of Londoners. Bmj, 331(7517), 606.
2005Wessely, S.; Krasnov, V. (eds).Psychological Responses to the New Terrorism: A NATO Russia DialogueWessely, S., Krasnov, V. N. (Eds.). (2005). Psychological responses to the new terrorism: a NATO-Russia dialogue (Vol. 3). IOS Press, Amsterdam.
2005Wessely, S.Risk, psychiatry and the militaryWessely, S. (2005). Risk, psychiatry and the military. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 186(6), 459-466.
2005Rona, R.; Hyams, C.; Wessely, S.Screening for psychological illness in military personnelRona, R. J., Hyams, K. C., Wessely, S. (2005). Screening for psychological illness in military personnel. Jama, 293(10), 1257-1260.
2005Jones, E.; Wessely, S.Shellshock to PTSD: Military Psychiatry from 1900 to the Gulf WarJones, E., Wessely, S. (2005). Shell shock to PTSD: Military psychiatry from 1900 to the Gulf War. Psychology Press.
2005Keller, R.T.; Greenberg, N.; Bobo, W.V.; Roberts, P.; Jones, N.; Orman, D.T.Soldier peer mentoring care and support: bringing psychological awareness to the frontKeller, R. T., Greenberg, N., Bobo, W. V., Roberts, P., Jones, N., Orman, D. T. (2005). Soldier peer mentoring care and support: bringing psychological awareness to the front. Military Medicine, 170(5), 355-361.
2005Wessely, S.; Hotopf, M.Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue: The Story of Gulf War SyndromeIn Eaton, W.W. (ed) Medical and Psychiatric Comorbidity over the Course of Life (pp. 213-251) American Psychiatric Press, Washington D.C.
2005French, C.; Dandeker, C.; Birtles, C.; Wessely, S.The family and military as Greedy Institutions': Negotiating a work-life balance in the British Armed ForcesDandeker, C., French, C., Thomas, S. (2008). The Family and Military as Greedy Institutions: Negotiating a Work Life Balance. Economic and Social Research Council (RES-000-22-0764).
2005Wessely, S.The London attacks - aftermath: victimhood and resilienceWessely, S. (2005). Victimhood and resilience. New England Journal of Medicine, 353(6), 548-550.
2005French, C.; Dandeker, C.UK military families and the deployments to Iraq: Preliminary findings from a pre-, during-, and post-deployment study of the British ArmyFrench, C., Dandeker, C. (2005, October). UK military families and the deployments to Iraq: preliminary findings from a pre-, during-, and post-deployment study of the British Army. In Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, USA.
2005Hooper, R.; Rona, R.; French, C.; Jones, M.; Wessely, S.Unmet expectations in primary care and the agreement between doctor and patient: a questionnaire studyHooper, R., Rona, R. J., French, C., Jones, M., Wessely, S. (2005). Unmet expectations in primary care and the agreement between doctor and patient: a questionnaire study. Health expectations, 8(1), 26-33.
2005Wessely, S.War stories: invited commentary on... Documented combat exposure of US veterans seeking treatment for combat-related post-traumatic stress disorderWessely, S. (2005). War stories: Invited Commentary on Documented combat exposure of US veterans seeking treatment for combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 186(6), 473-475.
2005Jones, E.; Wessely, S.War syndromes: the impact of culture on medically unexplained symptomsJones, E., Wessely, S. (2005). War syndromes: the impact of culture on medically unexplained symptoms. Medical History, 49(1), 55-78.
2005Iversen, A.; Nicolaou, V.; Unwin, C.; Greenberg, N.; Dandeker, C.; Ross, J.; Wessely, S.What happens to UK veterans when they leave the Armed Forces?Iversen, A., Nikolaou, V., Greenberg, N., Unwin, C., Hull, L., Hotopf, M., ... Wessely, S. (2005). What happens to British veterans when they leave the armed forces?. The European Journal of Public Health, 15(2), 175-184.
2005Wessely, S.What should mental health professionals do and not doIn Neria, Y., Gross, R., Marshall, R., Susser, E. (eds) 9/11: Mental Health in the Wake of Terrorist Attacks (pp. 543-569). Cambridge University Press, NY
2004Skowera, A.; Hotopf, M.; Sawicka, E.; Varela-Calvino, R.; Unwin, C.; Nikolaou, V.; Hull, L.; Ismail, K.; David, A.S.; Wessely, S.; Peakman, M.Cellular immune activation in Gulf War veteransSkowera, A., Hotopf, M., Sawicka, E., Varela-Calvino, R., Unwin, C., Nikolaou, V., ... Peakman, M. (2004). Cellular immune activation in Gulf War veterans. Journal of clinical immunology, 24(1), 66-73.
2004Jones, E.; Woolven, R.; Durodie, B.; Wessely, S.Civilian morale during the Second World War: responses to air raids re-examinedJones, E., Woolven, R., Durodi, B., Wessely, S. (2004). Civilian morale during the Second World War: Responses to air raids re-examined. Social History of Medicine, 17(3), 463-479.
2004Nisenbaum, R.; Wessely, S.; Unwin, C.; Hull, L.; Ismail, K.; Reeves, W.Dichotomous factor analysis of symptoms reported by UK and US veterans of the 1991 Gulf WarNisenbaum, R., Ismail, K., Wessely, S., Unwin, C., Hull, L., Reeves, W. C. (2004). Dichotomous factor analysis of symptoms reported by UK and US veterans of the 1991 Gulf War. Population health metrics, 2(1), 8.
2004Jones, E.Doctors and trauma in the First World War: the response of British military psychiatristsIn Gray, P. and Oliver, K. (eds) The Memory of Catastrophe (pp. 91-105). Manchester University Press, Manchester
2004Rose, M.R.; Sharief, M.K.; Priddin, J.; Nikolaou, V.; Hull, L.; Unwin, C.; Ajmal-Ali, R.; Sherwood, R.A.; Spellman, A.; David, A.; Wessely, S.Evaluation of neuromuscular symptoms in UK Gulf War veterans. A controlled studyRose, M. R., Sharief, M. K., Priddin, J., Nikolaou, V., Hull, L., Unwin, C., ... Wessely, S. (2004). Evaluation of neuromuscular symptoms in UK Gulf War veterans: a controlled study. Neurology, 63(9), 1681-1687.
2004Iversen, A.; Greenberg, N.Food for thought: Participating and managing the psychological aspects of food chain contamination and terrorismIversen, A., Greenberg, N. (2004). Food for Thought: Anticipating and Managing the Psychological Aspects of Food Chain Contamination and Terrorism. Psychiatric Annals, 34(9), 720-727.
2004Jones, E.; Wessely, S.Hearts, guts and minds: somatisation in the military from 1900Jones, E., Wessely, S. (2004). Hearts, guts and minds: somatisation in the military from 1900. Journal of psychosomatic research, 56(4), 425-429.
2004Richie, E.; Friedman, M.; Watson, P.; Ursano, R.; Wessely, S.; Flynn, B.Mass violence and early mental health intervention: a proposed application of best practice guidelines to chemical, biological and radiological attacksRitchie, E. C., Friedman, M., Watson, P., Ursano, R., Wessely, S., Flynn, B. (2004). Mass violence and early mental health intervention: A proposed application of best practice guidelines to chemical, biological, and radiological attacks. Military medicine, 169(8), 575-579.
2004Dandeker, C.; Gow, J.Military culture and strategic peacekeepingIn Callaghan, J. and Schonborn, M. (eds) Warriors in Peacekeeping. Points of Tension in Complex Cultural Encounters. A Comparative Study Based on Experiences in Bosnia (pp. 11-30). Transaction Publishers, London
2004Wessely, S.; Jones, E.Psychiatry and the the lessons of Vietnam': what were they, and are they still relevant?Wessely, S., Jones, E. (2004). Psychiatry and the lessons of Vietnam: what were they, and are they still relevant?. War Society, 22(1), 89-103.
2004Smith, A.G.; Fear, N.T.; Law, G.R.; Roman, E.Representativeness of samples from general practice lists in epidemiological studies: case-control studySmith, A. G., Fear, N. T., Law, G. R., Roman, E. (2004). Representativeness of samples from general practice lists in epidemiological studies: case-control study. Bmj, 328(7445), 932.
2004Hotopf, M.; David, A.; Hull, L.; Nikalaou, V.; Unwin, C.; Wessely, S.;Risk factors for continued illness among gulf war veterans: a cohort study.Hotopf, M., David, A., Hull, L., Nikalaou, V., Unwin, C., Wessely, S. (2004). Risk factors for continued illness among Gulf War veterans: a cohort study. Psychological medicine, 34(4), 747-754.
2004Greenberg, N.; Iversen, A.; Unwin, C.; Wessely, S.Screening for depleted uranium in members of the United Kingdom Armed Forces: who wants it and why?Greenberg, N., Iversen, A., Unwin, C., Wessely, S. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2004; 58: 558-561
2004Rona, R.J.; Jones, M.; French, C.; Hooper, R.; Wessely, S.Screening for physical and psychological illness in the British Armed Forces: I: the acceptability of the programmeRona, R. J., Jones, M., French, C., Hooper, R., Wessely, S. (2004). Screening for physical and psychological illness in the British Armed Forces: I: The acceptability of the programme. Journal of Medical Screening, 11(3), 148-152.
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2004Rona, R.J.; Hooper, R.; Jones, M.; French, C.; Wessely, S.Screening for physical and psychological illness in the British Armed Forces: III: the value of a questionnaire to assist a Medical Officer to decide who needs helpRona, R. J., Hooper, R., Jones, M., French, C., Wessely, S. (2004). Screening for physical and psychological illness in the British Armed Forces: III: The value of a questionnaire to assist a Medical Officer to decide who needs help. Journal of Medical Screening, 11(3), 158-161.
2004Wessely, S.The long aftermath of the 1991 Gulf War (Editorial)Wessely, S. (2004). The long aftermath of the 1991 Gulf War. Annals of Internal Medicine, 141(2), 155-156.
2004Jones, E.War and the practice of psychotherapy: the UK experience 1939-1960Jones, E. (2004). War and the practice of psychotherapy: The UK experience 19391960. Medical history, 48(4), 493-510.
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2003Jones, E.; Wessely, S."Forward Psychiatry" in the military: its origins and effectivenessJones, E., Wessely, S. (2003). Forward psychiatry in the military: Its origins and effectiveness. Journal of Traumatic Stress: Official Publication of The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, 16(4), 411-419.
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