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Moral Injury Research, Discussion, and Support Methods: Volume 2

Moral Injury Research, Discussions, and Support Methods: Volume 1

Select Proceedings from the 2020 Women Veterans Military Moral Injury Conference.


Male Chaplains and Female Soldiers: Are There Gender and Denominational Differences in Military Pastoral Care? 2020; Daniel L. Roberts & Joann Kovacich; published by the Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling.

Modifying the Qualitative Delphi Technique to Develop the Female Soldier Support Model; 2018; Daniel L. Roberts & Joann Kovacich; published by the Qualitative Report.

The Comprehensive Female Soldier Support Model; 2017; Daniel L. Roberts, Joann Kovacich, & Melvin Rivers; published by the Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy.

Case Studies

Women and Leadership: Using the Delphi Technique to Effect Organizational Change; 2018; Daniel L. Roberts; published SAGE Business Cases.

Combating Religiously Influenced Racism in Organizations; 2019; Daniel Roberts; published by SAGE Business Cases.

Providing Spiritual Leadership to Survivors of Violence Against Women; 2019; Daniel Roberts; published by SAGE Business Cases.

“Exploring Military Moral Injury Among Service Members’ Partners” is one of our most important studies. The goal of the project is to explore the phenomenon of secondary moral injury. This includes injury among partners of military service members with a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Furthermore, this study will lay the groundwork for future projects aimed at addressing moral injury within military families.

Delphi Study

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