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This Thematic Series explores research concerning veterans and military health through a collection of studies that identify and measure clinically relevant outcomes cross-sectionally and longitudinally, as well as studies dealing with the effectiveness of interventions to improve patient-related outcomes in veterans and military service personnel. Topics covered range from quality of life in patients with post-traumatic stress symptoms to caregiver burden. This collection will be a valuable resource for clinicians and researchers involved in caring for and improving quality of care for this patient population and their caregivers.

Quality of life in elderly Portuguese war veterans with post-traumatic stress symptoms

Pereira MG, Machado JC, Pereira M, Lopes C, Pedras S

Patient Related Outcome Measures 2019, 10:49-58

Published Date: 27 February 2019

Survey response burden in caregivers of civilians and service members/veterans with traumatic brain injury

Hahn EA, Ianni PA, Hanks RA, Miner JA, Freedman J, Carlozzi NE

Patient Related Outcome Measures 2019, 10:59-66

Published Date: 27 February 2019

Development of Military Concussion Readiness Inventory for Dizziness and Balance

Gutierrez ML, Christy JB, Whitney SL

Patient Related Outcome Measures 2019, 10:67-80

Published Date: 27 February 2019

Duration of military service is associated with decision quality in Veterans considering total knee replacement: case series

Sabatino MJ, Reilly CA, Kunkel ST, Titus AJ, Ramkumar DB, Goodney PP, Ibrahim SA, Lurie JD, Henderson ER

Patient Related Outcome Measures 2019, 10:209-215

Published Date: 5 July 2019