Military personnel are a niche group and often encounter health issues that are different from civilians. These health issues can include physical injuries caused from combat, mental and emotional stress from factors like separation from family or serving in a different part of the world, as well as exposure to environmental contaminations like chemicals, poor water, and infections. While serving, injuries can become life-threatening, cause disabilities, or have a lasting impact on daily life. (National Library of Medicine, 2017)
The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth has been designated as a Military Friendly school. Learn more about available HSC veteran benefits, including telehealth services.
To view the citations related to the suggested search string, click on “Current Search Results”. Search strategies are included to allow the user to set up a PubMed search alert. Users can also cut and paste the search strategy into PubMed and combine with additional search terms.
("Veterans"[Mesh]) OR (veteran*[Title/Abstract]) OR ("Military Personnel"[Mesh]) OR (military[Title/Abstract]) OR "Military Health"[Mesh] OR (military health[Title/Abstract])
Current PubMed Veterans and Military Health Search Results
(Note: Results may include preprints. Preprints are not peer reviewed.)