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The Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps aims to publish high quality research, reviews and case reports, as well as other invited articles, which pertain to the practice of military medicine in its broadest sense. It welcomes material from all ranks, services and corps wherever they serve as well as submissions from beyond the military. It is intended not only to propagate current knowledge and expertise but also to act as an institutional memory for the practice of medicine within the military.
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Introduction Hard armour plates provide coverage to essential anatomical structures in the torso that, if injured, would likely be responsible for death before […]
Since the advent of women in ground close combat (WGCC) roles, the impact on women of the attendant risk of heat stress and heat illness has been considered. […]
Introduction Until recently, women were excluded from British combat roles. Their risk for musculoskeletal injury during basic training is two to three times […]
Introduction Following the opening of all combat roles to women across the UK Armed Forces, there is a requirement to understand the risk of injury to these […]
Women can now serve in ground close combat (GCC) roles, where they may be required to operate alongside men in hot environments. However, relative to the […]
The Interallied Confederation of Medical Reserve Officers (CIOMR) is an umbrella organisation, within which the national associations of multi-professional reserve medical services of the NATO member states and their affiliates are united. As an apolitical and independent organisation CIOMR strives to make a significant contribution to the medical force elements of the alliance and the further development of military multi-professional healthcare provision as well as informing security policy in their homelands with the aid of further and professional training activities.