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Military specific risk and protective factors for military family health outcomes
Janja Vuga Beršnak, 2020

Abstract: Being a military professional and performing the job in the name of one%s country is hardly comparable to other occupations. The military and the family, as greedy institutions, put high demands on their members so it can be difficult to balance between them, which can lead to dysfunctions % negative health outcomes. Every person needs to address various demands during the course of their lives, and the risk and protective factors occur at various socio-ecological levels. This article explains a theoretical model of military specific risk and protective factors which affect military family health outcomes, developed by the author of this article. As currently identified, the most influential military specific factors are: deployments, service member%s gender, combat experience, social network/extended family support, effective work/family balance, and stress resilience-coping.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: military family, military, health outcomes, risk and protective factors
Published: 17.06.2020; Views: 5218; Downloads: 15
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