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Bibliographical entry (without author) :

Suicide Risk Among Active and Retired Canadian Soldiers: The Role of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Author(s) :

Alain Brunet and Eva Monson

Year of publication :

2014

URL(s) :

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC41688…
https://doi.org/10.1177/070674371405900901

Résumé (français)  :

Dans cet article, nous présentons un article rédigé par le Dr Jitender Sareen1 sur le SSPT et certains des facteurs de risque et de résilience les mieux établis. Comme l’a noté le Dr Sareen, il existe de plus en plus de preuves que l’ESPT est associé à un risque suicidaire. Le deuxième document de ce document est une analyse systématique par le Dr Nicola T. Fear et ses collègues (voir Hines et al2) sur les taux de stress post-traumatique observés dans diverses armées du monde après leur déploiement en Iraq et en Afghanistan.

Abstract (English)  :

This In Review features a primer by Dr Jitender Sareen1 on PTSD and some of its most well-established risk and resilience factors. As noted by Dr Sareen, there is increasing evidence that PTSD is associated with suicidal risk. The second paper in this In Review is a systematic review by Dr Nicola T Fear and colleagues (see Hines et al2) on the PTSD rates observed in various armies of the world following deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Sumário (português)  :

Esta revisão apresenta uma cartilha do Dr. Jitender Sareen1 sobre SPT e alguns de seus fatores de risco e resiliência mais bem estabelecidos. Como observado pelo Dr. Sareen, há evidências crescentes de que o SPT está associado ao risco de suicídio. O segundo artigo desta revisão é uma revisão sistemática do Dr. Nicola T. Fear e colegas (ver Hines et al2) sobre as taxas de SPT observadas em vários exércitos do mundo após o envio ao Iraque e Afeganistão.

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Argument (français) :

Le syndrome de Stress Post-Traumatique augmente la suicidabilité, que le syndrome de Stress Post-Traumatique ait été développé dans le cadre d’un déploiement militaire ou non. L’affirmation du DFHP selon laquelle le déploiement n’est pas suicidogène passe à côté du fait que le déploiement militaire est traumatogène et que le syndrome de Stress Post-Traumatique est suicidogène. Il est temps d’appeler un chat un chat et de reconnaître le coût réel, pour la société, du déploiement militaire au Canada et ailleurs.

Argument (English):

The syndrom of Post-Traumatic Stress increases suicidality, irrespective of whether the syndrom of Post-Traumatic Stress was developed as part of a military deployment or otherwise. The claim by the DFHP that deployment is not suicidogenic misses the point that military deployment is traumatogenic, and that syndrom of Post-Traumatic Stress is suicidogenic. It is time to call a spade a spade and acknowledge what the real societal cost of military deployment entails in Canada and elsewhere.

Argumento (português):

O síndrome de estresse pós-traumático aumenta a suicídio, independentemente de o síndrome de estresse pós-traumático ter sido desenvolvido como parte de uma missão militar ou não. A alegação do DFHP de que o desdobramento não é suicidogênico perde o ponto de que o desdobramento militar é traumatogênico e que o síndrome de estresse pós-traumático é suicidogênico. É hora de chamar a atenção e reconhecer o que o custo social real do destacamento militar acarreta no Canadá e em outros lugares.

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Keywords :

➡ post-traumatic stress

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ELISE MARCENDE — 24 Nov 2019
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