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Publications

  • KIERNAN, M. D., REPPER, J. & ARTHUR, A. 2015b. Why Do They Fail? A Qualitative Follow up Study of 1000 Recruits to the British Army Infantry to Understand High Levels of Attrition. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation 1.
  • KIERNAN, M. D., ARTHUR, A., REPPER, J., MUKHUTY, S. & FEAR, N. T. 2015a. Identifying British Army infantry recruit population characteristics using biographical data. Occupational Medicine.
  • KIERNAN, M. D., FINNEGAN, A. & FARRELL, D. 2013. Role of the military community mental health nurse. Nurs Stand, 27, 35-41.
  • BATHAM, D., FINNEGAN, A., KIERNAN, M., WALL, C. & SIMPSON, R. 2012. Factors affecting Role 1 clinical care in Afghanistan. J R Army Med Corps, 158.
  • KIERNAN, M. D. 2010. Identifying and understanding factors associated with failure to complete infabtry training among British Army recruits. PhD, University of Nottingham.
  • TURNER, M. A., FINCH, P. J., MCKECHANIE, A. G., KIERNAN, M. D., HAWKSLEY, O. J., WADHWANI, S., MCMANUS, F. B. & NEAL, L. A. 2006. Psychosis in the British Army: a 2-year follow-up study. Mil Med, 171, 1215-9.
  • TURNER, M. A., KIERNAN, M. D., MCKECHANIE, A. G., FINCH, P. J., MCMANUS, F. B. & NEAL, L. A. 2005. Acute military psychiatric casualties from the war in Iraq. Br J Psychiatry, 186, 476-9.
  • NEAL, L. A., KIERNAN, M., HILL, D., MCMANUS, F. & TURNER, M. A. 2003. Management of mental illness by the British Army. British Journal of Psychiatry, 182, 337-341.

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2017 - Understanding Why Veterans Are Reluctant To Access Help for Alcohol Problems.

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