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As Veterans transition from military to civilian life, they are often referred to interdisciplinary and/or self-management programs for chronic pain management. Veterans tend to struggle with their transition into these programs. The shift from the directive mindset used in the military to the independent mindset needed to rebuild their identities, set goals, and succeed in civilian culture can be very difficult.
To help themselves transition into these programs, Veterans often turn to informal peer support systems. However, it is unknown to what extent this peer support is effective, or what aspects of this peer support may be helpful. This research project is aimed at studying the effectiveness of guided peer support, in conjunction with participation in interdisciplinary care and/or self-management programs, on Veterans’ well-being. This will be a one-year research project.
The total funding available for this one-year research project is $115,000 CAD.
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