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‘Moral Injury’ From Military Experience

01 January 2020

Writing in the Lancet, Prof Edgar Jones reminds us that our word injury finds its roots in the Latin word, injura, which simply means ‘a wrong’ (Jones, 1766). We have used this word to describe both physical and psychiatric injuries, but more recently the term is being applied to describe the impact which an ethical dilemma may have on an individual’s health.

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