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Accession Number ADA582790
Title Comparative Analysis of NATO Resilience Training Programs.
Publication Date Apr 2011
Media Count 9p
Personal Author A. B. Adler C. Berge M. Parmak R. Delahaij S. M. Bailey
Abstract The goal of the NATO Human Factors & Medicine (HFM) Research & Technology Task Group (RTG-203) Mental Health Training is to develop prototypes of mental health and resilience training for service members. Mental health training has the potential to strengthen the ability of service members to respond to the psychological demands of military life. Ideally, this kind of mental health and resilience training should begin during basic training and be followed across the individual s military career. In order to begin developing a Training Module template for Mental Health Training during Basic or Recruit Training, RTG-203 has compiled a database of standardized mental health and resilience training programs currently delivered in member nations. The presentation reports on the core elements of mental health and resilience training across eleven member nations, summarizes the findings, and discusses how the database will be used to inform the development of a NATO Mental Health Resilience Training Module Template for Initial Basic Training. This presentation is intended for Psychological Resilience and Mental Health Training tracks.
Keywords Mental health
Military personnel
Military training
Nato furnished
Resilience training programs

Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 92B - Psychology
57T - Psychiatry
74 - Military Sciences
Corporate Author Landstuhl Regional Army Medical Center, APO New York 09180.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1401
Contract Number N/A

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