A systematic review has been undertaken to examine evidence of stigma-related barriers to mental health seeking in the armed forces.
Findings from the review of qualitative studies showed there was substantial evidence of a negative relationship between stigma and help seeking for mental health difficulties within the armed forces - further evidence that stigma makes people less likely to seek help for mental health issues.
The review follows an earlier study in 2015 which focused on quantitative research.
To access this latest review, please click here.
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