MND; Ex Cadets; Profs & more in the news

MND; Ex Cadets; Profs & more in the news

What Harjit Sajjan really did while serving in Afghanistan

14596 Dean Milner

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Not the first time embattled Sajjan made false claim

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Harjit Sajjan the soldier wouldn’t have claimed credit for being ‘architect’ of operation, top NATO officer says

16591 Shane Schreiber

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The anatomy of Harjit Sajjan’s Afghanistan operation apology

16975 Omer Lavoie

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Too many grieving families left in the dark: military ombudsman

15696 Jon Vance

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Chief of the Defence Staff releases progress report on Operation Honour

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Military fires 77 for sexual misconduct following latest report

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Trudeau sought RCMP probe of cabinet leaks on navy supply ship

Mark Norman

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Why a trial for Vice-Admiral Mark Norman could prove embarrassing to the Liberals

The case of Vice-Adm. Mark Norman, and the rigmarole hiding the truth

If this is the case against Mark Norman, it’s awfully thin gruel
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Former veterans watchdog Pat Stogran could shake up NDP leadership race

12723 Pat Stogran

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Change of Command for Operation UNIFIER in Ukraine

21669 Mark Lubiniecki

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Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre welcomes new Commander

15706 Paul Wynnyk

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Yellow is for hello: RMC unveils Kingston’s first Friendship Bench

26390 Harrison Kelertas

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Une nouvelle présidente au Conseil des gouverneurs du Collège militaire royal de Saint-Jean

Mme Chantal Beauvais

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Dr. Rachel Dekel Participates in a Round Table Discussion at RMCC

Dr. Stéphanie Bélanger (RMCC) and Dr. Heidi Cramm (Queen’s University), co-scientific directors of The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR), welcomed Dr. Rachel Dekel to RMCC for a round table discussion on April 25, 2017.

Dr. Dekel is Professor  at the Louis and Gabi Weisfeld School of Social Work at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. She is also a member of the I-CORE (Israeli Centers of Research Excellence) Research Center for Mass Trauma. Her research focuses on coping and adjustment following traumatic events and their implications on the survivor, family, therapist and community. Exchanges focused on support and hope and showed the importance of breaking the silos of silence when it comes to facing challenges related to mental health.

Following the round table discussion at RMCC, Dr. Dekel delivered a public presentation hosted by CIMVHR a[MU1] t Queen’s University entitled Blurring Boundaries: PTSD and Couples. She discussed her research involving identifying the impact of PTSD on spouses and family dynamics, and her work in training couples to recover from PTSD as a team when one is experiencing symptoms.

Seek PTSD treatment as a family, says doctor

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