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Protective/Risk Factors for Soldiers
Injury or complications from training in demanding environment (high temperatures, dry air, extreme physical engagement) is a biological risk factor. What is a biological protective factor?
Entry into military requires rigorous training and physical fitness, which can promote good health.
Stress and trauma of facing death daily lowers resistance to what?
Disease, raises heart rate and blood pressure, and hinders body’s ability to heal.
Stress and trauma of facing death daily affects an individuals ability to do what?
…to feel safe and trust others.
What are the four military values that give soldiers a sense of self-efficacy and connection?
Loyalty, service, courage, and honor.
Growing up in an impoverished, dangerous, or isolated neighborhood may lead to what?
Insecurity and lack of connectedness.
What does PIES stand for?
Proximity to battle, Immediacy, Expectancy of recovery, Simplicity
Name three of the six intervention strategies used in the Wikispace.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy seeks to do what?
Reduce stress, depression, and anxiety by focusing on the present moment.
What does yoga emphasize?
Physical exercise, breath control, and deep concentration; encourages inward focus and nonjudgement.
Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy stems from what other intervention listed in the Wikispace?
List three protective factors for soldiers that are stated in the Wikispace.
List three risk factors for soldiers that are listed in the Wikispace.
Why is debriefing is a protective factor for soldiers?
Soldiers who have combat exposure are at-risk for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Debriefing is an intervention strategy that has been use to decrease the effects of trauma. It reduces anxiety in the soldier, preventing the lasting effects of PTSD
Why do Iraq soldiers have a higher risk of developing a traumatic brain injuries than soldiers from previous wars?
Because of better equipment, soldiers are surviving extreme bomb blasts. Soldiers from previous wars did not have the equipment that allowed them to survive those blasts.
Suicide rates of Iraq personnel are surpassing suicide rates from what other military conflict?
What are the three major transitions that an Iraq soldier makes during young adulthood?
The following list has reasons why individuals join the military…as stated in the Wikispace.
Name three “survival mode” attitudes and behaviors.
The following list has attitudes and behaviors of “survival mode”.
Why is it difficult for some individuals to leave the military?
Because the military has given individuals a sense of community, support, and comfort.
The Wikispace states that 1 in 3 Iraq war veterans will return to home with what?
When was Jasawa deployed to Iraq for his first tour?
March 9th, 2003
What is Jasawa’s wife and son’s name?
Sarah and Gabe
What was the first traumatic event that Jasawa experienced in Iraq?
Pulling Martinez out of a burning vehicle.
How much weight did Jasawa lose in his first tour?
Who did Jasawa receive counseling services from?
What campaign has been created to allow civilians to connect with soldiers through donations, emails, care packages, and campaign merchandise?
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