Programs for children in military families

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Programs for children in military families. / Mogil, Catherine; Heiselberg, Maj Hedegaard; Clement, Allison; Nielsen, Anni Brit Sternhagen.

I: Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health, Bind 5, Nr. Supplement 2, 2019, s. 97-115.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningfagfællebedømt

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Mogil, C, Heiselberg, MH, Clement, A & Nielsen, ABS 2019, 'Programs for children in military families', Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health, bind 5, nr. Supplement 2, s. 97-115. https://doi.org/10.3138/jmvfh.2019-0011

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Mogil, C., Heiselberg, M. H., Clement, A., & Nielsen, A. B. S. (2019). Programs for children in military families. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health, 5(Supplement 2), 97-115. https://doi.org/10.3138/jmvfh.2019-0011

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Mogil C, Heiselberg MH, Clement A, Nielsen ABS. Programs for children in military families. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health. 2019;5(Supplement 2):97-115. https://doi.org/10.3138/jmvfh.2019-0011

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Mogil, Catherine ; Heiselberg, Maj Hedegaard ; Clement, Allison ; Nielsen, Anni Brit Sternhagen. / Programs for children in military families. I: Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health. 2019 ; Bind 5, Nr. Supplement 2. s. 97-115.

Bibtex

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title = "Programs for children in military families",
abstract = "Introduction: This article reviews representative programs for families and children from each NATO and Partnership for Peace (PfP) country with a representative participating in the NATO HFM RTG-258 task group on the impact of military life on children in military families. Methods: Each participating country was invited to submit up to three programs targeted at military-connected children and families. Results: 26 programs from nine countries were reviewed and categorized into 13 typologies. Discussion: The number of services offered in each country appeared to be influenced by size of the military, the degree to which military life is separate or immersed in civilian life, and the access to universal and preventive health care. Program descriptions for representative programs are included, as well as recommendations for program development, evaluation, and implementation.",
keywords = "Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, families, Military families, Military parents, NATO, Resources for children of military parents, Support programs for military families, Well-being of military children",
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year = "2019",
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pages = "97--115",
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RIS

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AU - Mogil, Catherine

AU - Heiselberg, Maj Hedegaard

AU - Clement, Allison

AU - Nielsen, Anni Brit Sternhagen

PY - 2019

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N2 - Introduction: This article reviews representative programs for families and children from each NATO and Partnership for Peace (PfP) country with a representative participating in the NATO HFM RTG-258 task group on the impact of military life on children in military families. Methods: Each participating country was invited to submit up to three programs targeted at military-connected children and families. Results: 26 programs from nine countries were reviewed and categorized into 13 typologies. Discussion: The number of services offered in each country appeared to be influenced by size of the military, the degree to which military life is separate or immersed in civilian life, and the access to universal and preventive health care. Program descriptions for representative programs are included, as well as recommendations for program development, evaluation, and implementation.

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KW - families

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KW - Military parents

KW - NATO

KW - Resources for children of military parents

KW - Support programs for military families

KW - Well-being of military children

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DO - 10.3138/jmvfh.2019-0011

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JF - Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health

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