Military Families' & Veterans' Health
Memorial University was established as a “living memorial” to the fallen of the Great Wars. At a time filled with commemorations recognizing the significant anniversaries of WWI events, it was deemed timely to initiate discussions to advance the establishment of a university partnership with community and government sectors dedicated to the well-being of military personnel, veterans, and their families.
- Dr. Gail Wideman—Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Memorial University
Goals & Objectives
The Research Exchange Group on Military Families’ and Veterans’ Health aims to:
- Initiate a responsive and sustainable research alliance that can make a positive difference to an important and under researched sector of our province, the Canadian Forces family
- Mobilize and enable partners across disciplines and sectors to engage in research, policy, and programming related to military families’ and veterans’ health
NLCAHR’s Research Exchange Group on Military Families' & Veterans' Health welcomes anyone with an interest in military families' and veterans' health to join us. Please see our calendar of meetings for information about upcoming webinars or email email@example.com for more details.
Please note that this Research Exchange Group meets at the Department of National Defense.