Recommendations for Policy and Programs. Evaluation of Program Effectiveness. Study Strengths and Limitations. Research Objectives and Study Approach. Organization of This Monograph. Summary of Literature and Expert Reviews. Meredith , Cathy D. Sherbourne , Sarah J. Gaillot , Lydia Hansell , Hans V.
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Meredith is a social psychologist at RAND. Sherbourne is a medical sociologist at RAND.
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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Many programs are available to encourage and support psychological resilience among service members and families. However, little is known about these programs' effectiveness. This report reviews resilience literature and programs to identify evidence-informed factors for promoting resilience. Read more Read less. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
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The traumatic events that involve death and fear often elicit the symptoms of what is now known as post-traumatic stress disorder in those affected. During the First World War the public became aware of this condition, and it was known as shell-shock, battle fatigue, traumatic war neuroses.
The term, post-traumatic stress disorder, was coined during the Vietnam War to describe the psychological consequences of that conflict on those involved. The Americans quickly realised that they also had a growing responsibility in terms of occupational health and safety and they adopted programs designed to promote psychological resilience in their military. Psychological Resilience is a program based on Seligman's belief that optimism can be learned, and together with the military the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness CSF program was developed. While the military has shown greatest interest in this program, it is not a great mental leap to see that other uniformed agencies police, ambulance, fire etc.
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