2022 Conference Program Bibliography


Resources on Moral Injury

See https://www.voa.org/moralinjury-resources for a comprehensive list that is updated regularly.

GENERAL

Books

Graham, Larry Kent. Moral Injury: Restoring Wounded Souls. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2017.

Herman, Judith. Trauma and Recovery: The Aftermath of Violence – From Domestic Abuse to Political Terror. New York: Basic Books, 1997.

Kelle, Brad, ed. Moral Injury: A Guidebook for Understanding and Engagement. London: Lexington Books, 2020.

Koch, Tom. Ethics in Everyday Places: Mapping Moral Stress, Distress, and Injury. Redlands: MIT Press, 2017.

Meagher, Robert E., and Douglas A. Pryer, eds. War and Moral Injury: A Reader. Eugene: Cascade Books, 2018.

Papadopoulos, Renos K., ed. Moral Injury and Beyond: Understanding Human Anguish and Healing Traumatic Wounds. Abingdon: Routledge, 2020.

Shay, Jonathan. Achilles in Vietnam: Combat Trauma and The Undoing of Character. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1995.

van der Kolk, Bessel. The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma. New York: Viking, 2014.

Wiinnikka-Lydon, Joseph. Moral Injury and the Promise of Virtue. Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan-Springer Nature Switzerland, 2019.

Wyatt, Evans R., Robyn D. Walser, Kent D. Drescher, and Jacob K. Farnsworth. The Moral Injury Workbook: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Skills for Moving Beyond Shame, Anger, and Trauma to Reclaim Your Values. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications, 2020.


Articles

Brock, Rita Nakashima. "An Epidemic of Moral Injury." Christian Century, September 1, 2021. 

Griffin, Brandon, Natalie Purcell, Kristine Burkman, Brett T. Litz, Craig J. Bryan, Martha Schmitz, Claudia Villierme, Jessica Walsh, and Shira Maguen. "Moral Injury: An Integrative Review." Journal of Traumatic Stress 32, no. 3 (June 2019): 350-362.

Jones, Edgar. "Moral Injury in a Context of Trauma." The British Journal of Psychiatry 216, no. 3 (March 2020): 127-128.

Koenig, Harold G., and Faten Al Zaben. "Moral Injury: An Increasingly Recognized and Widespread Syndrome." Journal of Religion and Health 60 (July 10, 2021): 2989-3011.

Moon, Zachary. "Mapping Moral Emotions and Sense of Responsibility for those Suffering with Moral Injury." International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, no.4 (November 2021): 71-75.

Ozawa-de Silva, Brendan. "Possible Implications for Addressing Moral Injury through the Use of Lojong-Based Contemplative Practice." International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis (December 13, 2015).

CHAPLAINS

Books

Lee, Lewis Jeffery. Moral Injury Reconciliation: A Practitioner’s Guide for Treating Moral Injury, PTSD, Grief, and Military Sexual Trauma through Spiritual Formation Strategies. London: Jessica Kinglsey Publishers, 2018.

McDonald, Joseph, ed. Exploring Moral Injury in Sacred Texts (Studies in Religion and Theology). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017.

Rambo, Shelly, Joseph Wiinikka-Lydon, and Jasmine Terry Okafor. TRAUMA AND MORAL INJURY: A Guiding Framework for ChaplainsChaplaincy Innovation Lab, 2020.

Ramsay, Nancy J., and Carrie Doehring, eds. Military Moral Injury and Spiritual Care: A Resource for Religious Leaders and Professional Caregivers. Saint Louis: Chalice Press, 2019.

Articles

Alexander, David William (2020). "Walking Together in Exile: Medical Moral Injury and the Clinical Chaplain." Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling 74. no.2 (June 4, 2020): 82-90.

Boska, Rachel, Shaun Dunlap, Marek Kopacz, Todd M. Bishop, and J. Irene Harris. "Understanding Moral Injury Morbidity: A Qualitative Study Examining Chaplain’s Perspectives." Journal of Religion and Health 60 (September 4, 2021): 3090-3099.

Desjardins, Cate Michelle, Anna Bovo, Mario Cagna, Martijn Steegen, and Anne Vandenhoeck. "Scared but Powerful: Healthcare Chaplains’ Emotional Responses and Self-Care Modes during the SARS-Cov-19 Pandemic." Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling 75, no. 1 (March 17, 2021): 30-36.

Geringer, Kim, and Nancy Wiener. "Insights into Moral Injury and Soul Repair from Classical Jewish Texts." Pastoral Psychology 68 (2019): 59-75.

Greene, Talya, Michale A.P. Bloomfield, and Jo Billings. "Psychological trauma and moral injury in religious leaders during COVID-19." Psychological Trauma 12, no. S1 (2020): 143-145.

Leach, Katie Trunks, Paul Simpson, Joanne Lewis, Tracy Levett-Jones. “The Role and Value of Chaplains in the Ambulance Service: Paramedic Perspectives.” Journal of Religion and Health (2021).

Ozawa-de Silva, Brendan. "Possible Implications for Addressing Moral Injury through the Use of Lojong-Based Contemplative Practice." International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis (December 13, 2015).

Wortmann, Jennifer H., Jason A. Nieuwsma, William Cantrell, Paola Fernandez, Melissa Smigelsky, and Keith Meador. "Chaplain Training in Evidence-Based Practices to Promote Mental Health and Improve Care for Suicidality in Veterans and Service Members.Archives of Suicide Research (September 14, 2021).

ESSENTIAL WORKERS

Books

Press, Eyal. Dirty Work: Essential Jobs and the Hidden Toll of Inequality in America. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021

Articles

Gaitens, Joanna, Marian Condon, Eseosa Fernandes, and Melissa McDiarmid. “COVID-19 and Essential Workers: A Narrative Review of Health Outcomes and Moral Injury.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18, no. 4 (February 4, 2021): 1446.

Livingston, Jo. The Emotional Toll of Dirty Work.” The New Republic, September 10, 2021.

Press, Eyal. “America Runs on ‘Dirty Work’ and Moral Inequality.” The New York TimesAugust 15, 2021.

FIRST RESPONDERS

Books

Bryant, Richard A. "Moral injury in First Responders." In Treating PTSD in First Responders: A Guide for Serving Those who Serve, 47-58. American Psychological Association, 2021.

Articles

Leach, Katie Trunks, Paul Simpson, Joanne Lewis, Tracy Levett-Jones. “The Role and Value of Chaplains in the Ambulance Service: Paramedic Perspectives.” Journal of Religion and Health (2021).

Lentz, Liana M., Lorraine Smith-MacDonald, David Malloy, R. Nicholas Carleton, Suzette Bremault-Phillips. “Compromised Conscience: A Scoping Review of Moral Injury Among Firefighters, Paramedics, and Police Officers.” Frontiers in Psychology 12 (March 31, 2021).

Maloney, Lauren M., Jason Hoffman, Paul E. Pepe, Christopher B. Colwell, Peter M. Antsy, Remle P. Crowe, Bryan L. Doerries, Stephen H. Anderson, and Sandra M. Schneider. "Minding the Mind of EMS, Part 2.” EMS World, September 2021.

Murray, Esther. “Moral Injury and Paramedic Practice.” Journal of Paramedic Practice 11, no.10 (October 8, 2019).

Roth, Sophia L., Krysta Andrews, Alina Protopopescu, Chantelle Lloyd, Charlene O'Connor, Bruno J. Losier, Ruth A. Lanius, and Margaret C. McKinnon. “Mental health symptoms in Public Safety Personnel: Examining the effects of adverse childhood experiences and moral injury.” Child Abuse & Neglect 123 (January 2022): 105394.

HEALTHCARE

Books

Currier, Joseph M., Kent D. Drescher, and Jason Nieuwsma, eds. Addressing Moral Injury in Clinical Practice. Washington: American Psychological Association, 2020.

Evans, Wyatt R., Robyn D. Walser, and Kent D. Drescher. The Moral Injury Workbook: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Skills for Moving Beyond Shame, Anger, and Trauma to Reclaim Your Values. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications, 2020.

Rushton, Cynda Hylton. Moral Resilience: Transforming Moral Suffering in Healthcare. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.


Articles

Dean, Wendy, Simon Talbot, and Austin Dean. “Reframing Clinician Distress: Moral Injury Not Burnout.” Federal Practitioner 36, no. 9 (September 2019): 400-402.

Delgado, Janet, Serena Show, Janet de Groot, Brienne McLande, and Margot Hedlin. “Towards Collective Moral Resilience: The Potential of Communities of Practice during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond.” Journal of Medical Ethics 47 (March 24, 2021): 374-382.

Franklin, Paula and Anna Gkiouleka. "A Scoping Review of Psychosocial Risks to Health Workers During the Covid-19 Pandemic." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18, no. 5 (March 2, 2021): 2453.

Mantri, Sneha, Jennifer M. Lawson, ZhiZhong Wang, and Harold G. Koenig. "Identifying Moral Injury in Healthcare Professionals: The Moral Injury Symptom Scale-HP." Journal of Religion and Health 59, no.5 (July 17, 2020): 2323-2340.

Meador, Keith G., and Jason A. Nieuwsma. "Moral Injury: Contextualized Care." Journal of Medical Humanities 39, no. 1 (March 2018): 93-99.

Nash, Bill. "Because We Care - Risk for Moral Injury During the Covid-19 Pandemic." Center for Deployment Psychology, Blog, June, 5, 2020.

Pittman, Patricia. “Moral Injury: From Understanding to Action.” The American Federation of Teachers, Spring 2021.

Rushton, Cynda Hylton, Kathleen Turner, Rita Nakashima Brock, and Joanne Braxton. "Invisible Moral Wounds of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Are We Experiencing Moral Injury?AACN Advanced Critical Care 32, no. 1 (March 15, 2021): 119-125.

Shale, Suzanne. “Moral injury and the COVID-19 pandemic: reframing what it is, who it affects and how care leaders can manage it.” BMJ Leader 4 (July 17, 2020)224-227.

Wang, Zhizhong, Harold G. Koenig, Tong Yan, Wen Jing, Sui Mu, Liu Hongyu, and Liu Guangtian. "Psychometric properties of the Moral Injury Symptoms Scale among Chinese health professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic." BMC Psychiatry 20 (November 25, 2020): 556.

Watson, Patricia, Sonya B. Norman, Shira Maguen, and Jessica Hamblen. “Moral Injury in Health Care Workers.” National Center for PTSD, undated.

INCARCERATION

Articles

Maggioni, Mario, Domenico Rossignoli, Simona Beretta, and Sara Balestri. "Trust behind bars: a longitudinal study of inmates’ prosocial preferences." Journal of Economic Psychology 64 (February 2018): 89-104.

Ozawa-de Silva, Brendan. "Possible Implications for Addressing Moral Injury through the Use of Lojong-Based Contemplative Practice." International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis (December 13, 2015).

Paulle, Bowen, and Alex van der Zeeuw. "Keeping Violent Offender Rehabilitation on Track: How the diffusion and redirecting of attentional focus/mood work in the GRIP program." Qualitative Social Work 20. no. 4 (May 1, 2020): 984-1005.

Jacques Verduin, Jacques. "A Pledge to Give Back." Chapter published by Beyond Prison.

Verduin, Jacques. "Deconstructing our Culture of Violence." Fetzer Institute blog, December 3, 2015.

Verduin, Jacques. "The Wisdom of Cherishing Sentient Beings Everywhere." Fetzer Institute blog, December 8, 2015.

Videos

HuffPost. "Prisoners Unlearn the Toxic Masculinity that led to their Incarceration." 

TedX talk by Fateen Jackson and Jacques Verduin. "Healing Inside Prison." May 2017.

JOURNALISTS & MEDIA

Articles

Gezari, Vanessa. “I Reported on the War in Afghanistan, Was I Complicit in the Harm America Caused?The Intercept, September 2, 2021.

Picard, André. “The Invisible Wounds Inflicted by Pandemic Journalism.” The Globe and Mail, June 7, 2021. 

McLernon, Will. “Moral Injury? Never heard of it. Why don’t Journalists know when they are suffering from a moral injury?” The Signal, November 23, 2021.

by Olivia Messer, Olivia. “The COVID Reporters Are Not Okay, Extremely Not Okay.” Study Hall, May 6, 2021.

MILITARY VETERANS

Books

Anderson, Herbert, ed. "Symposium on Moral Injury and Spirituality." Reflective Practice: Spirituality in Formation and Supervision 33 (2013).

Brock, Rita Nakashima, and Gabriella Letting. Soul Repair: Recovering from Moral Injury After War. Boston: Beacon Press, 2012.

Denton-Borhaug, Kelly. And Then Your Soul Is Gone: Moral Injury and U.S. War-culture. Equinox, 2021.

Litz, Brett T., Leslie Lebowitz, Matt J. Gray, and William P. Nash. Adaptive Disclosure: A New Treatment for Military Trauma, Loss, and Moral Injury. New York: Guilford, 2015.

Marlantes, Karl. What It Is Like to Go to War. New York: Atlantic Books, 2012.

Meagher, Robert Emmet. Killing From The Inside Out: Moral Injury And Just War. Eugene: Cascade Books, 2014.

Moon, Zachary. Coming Home: Ministry That Matters with Veterans and Military Families. Indianapolis: Chalice Press, 2015.

Moon, Zachary. Warriors between Worlds: Moral Injury and Identities in Crisis. Lexington Books, 2019.

Powers, Brian S. Full Darkness: Original Sin, Moral Injury, and Wartime Violence. New York: Eerdmans, 2019.

Ramsay, Nancy, and Carrie Doehring, eds. Military Moral Injury and Spiritual Care: A Resource for Religious Leaders and Professional Caregivers. Saint Louis: Chalice Press, 2019.

Sherman, Nancy. Afterwar: Healing the Moral Wounds of Our Soldiers. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Woods. David. What Have We Done: The Moral Injury of our Longest Wars. New York. Little Brown, 2016.

Yandell, Michael. War and Negative Revelation: A Theoethical Reflection on Moral Injury. New York: Rowan and Littlefield, 2022 (forthcoming March 15).

Articles / Chapters

Barth, Timothy M., Charles G. Lord, Vishal J. Thakkar, and Rita N. Brock. "Effects of Resilience Strength Training on Constructs Associated with Moral Injury among Veterans." Journal of Veterans Studies 6, no. 2 (December 14, 2020): 101-113.

Brock, Rita N. "Moral conscience, moral injury, and rituals for recovery." In Moral Injury and Beyond, edited by Renos K. Papadopolous. New York: Routledge, 2020.

Brock, Rita N. (2015) "Post Traumatic Stress, Moral Injury, and Soul Repair: The Implications of Western Christian Theology." In Issues in Science and Theology: Do Emotions Shape the World? edited by Dirk Evers, Michael Fuller, Anne Runehov, and Knut-Willy Sæther, 27-40. Edinburgh, Scotland: Springer Press, 2015.

Currier, Joseph M., Jason M. Holland, and Jesse Malott. "Moral Injury, Meaning Making, and Mental Health in Returning Veterans." Journal of Clinical Psychology 71, no. 3 (October 20, 2014): 229-240.

Currier, Joseph M., Kent D. Drescher, Jason M. Holland, Ross Listen, and David W. Foy. "Spirituality, forgiveness, and quality of life: Testing a mediational model with military veterans with PTSD." International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 26, no. 2 (2016): 167-179.

Drescher, Kent D., David W. Foy, Caroline Kelly, Anna Leshner, Kerrie Schutz, and Brett Litz. "An Exploration of the Viability and Usefulness of the Construct of Moral Injury in War Veterans." Traumatology 17, no. 1 (March 2, 2011): 8-13.

Drescher, Kent D., Jason A. Nieuwsma, and Pamela J. Swales. "Morality and Moral Injury: Insights from Theology and Health Science." Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry 33 (2013).

Harris, J. Irene, Timothy Uses, Cory Voecks, Paul Thuras, Joseph Currier, and Christopher Erbes. "Spiritually integrated care for PTSD: A randomized controlled trial of 'Building Spiritual Strength.'” Psychiatry Research 267 (September 2018): 420-428.

Holz, Jacob. "Victimhood and trauma within drone warfare."  Critical Military Studies (July 29, 2021).

Jordan, Alexander H., Ethan Eisen, Elisa Bolton, William P. Nash, and Brett T. Litz. "Distinguishing War-Related PTSD Resulting From Perpetration- and Betrayal- Based Morally Injurious Events." Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy 9, no. 6 (2017): 627-634.

Kelley, Michelle L., Adrian J. Bravo, Rachel L. Davies, Hannah C. Hamrick, Christine Vinci, and Jason C. Redman. "Moral injury and suicidality among combat-wounded veterans: The moderating effects of social connectedness and self-compassion." Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy 11, no.6 (2019): 621-629.

Knowles, Caroline. "Notes toward a Neuropsychology of Moral Injury.Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry, 33 (2013): 76-78.

Koenig, Harold G., Donna Ames, Nagy A. Youssef, John P. Oliver, Fred Volk, Ellen J. Teng, Kerry Haynes, et al. "The Moral Injury Symptom Scale-Military Version." Journal of Religion and Health 57, no. 1 (2018): 249-265.

Koenig, Harold G., Nagy A. Youssef, and Michelle Pearce. "Assessment of moral injury in veterans active duty military personnel with PTSD: A review." Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10 (June 28, 2019): 443. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00443

Kopacz, Mark S., April L. Connery, Todd M. Bishop, Craig J. Bryan, Kent D. Drescher, Joseph M. Currier, and Wilfred R. Pigeon. "Moral injury: A new challenge for complementary and alternative medicine." Complementary Therapies in Medicine 24 (February 2016): 29-33. 

Maguen, Shira, David D. Luxton, Nancy A. Skopp, Gregory A. Gahm, Mark A. Reger, Thomas J. Metzler, and Charles R. Marmar. "Killing in Combat, Mental Health Symptoms, and Suicidal Ideation in Iraq War Veterans." Journal of Anxiety Disorders 25, no. 4 (May 2011): 563-567.

Meador, Keith G., and Jason A. Nieuwsma. "Moral injury: Contextualized care." Journal of Medical Humanities 39, no. 1 (March 2018): 93-99.

Nash, William P. "Commentary on the special issue on moral injury: Unpacking two models for understanding moral injury." Journal of Traumatic Stress 32, no. 3(June 2019): 465-470.

Nash, William P., and Brett T. Litz. "Moral Injury: A Mechanism for War-Related Psychological Trauma in Military Family Members." Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 16, no. 4 (December 2013): 365-375.

Nash, William P., Teresa L Marino Carper, Mary Alice Mills, Teresa Au, Abigail Goldsmith, and Brett T. Litz. "Psychometric Evaluation of the Moral Injury Events Scale." Military Medicine 178, no. 6 (June 2013): 646-652.

Nieuwsma, Jason A., Mira Brancu, Jennifer Wortmann, Melissa A. Smigelsky, Heather A. King, VISN 6 MIRECC Workgroup, and Keith G. Meador. "Screening for moral injury and comparatively evaluating moral injury measures in relation to mental illness symptomatology and diagnosis." Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy 28, no. 1 (January 2021):239-250.

Richardson, Natalie, Angela L. Lamson, Maggie Smith, Sheena M. Eagen, Anisa M. Zvonkovic, and Jakob Jensen. "Defining Moral Injury Among Military Populations: A Systematic Review." Journal of Traumatic Stress 33, no. 4 (August 2020): 575-586.

Schorr, Ynoit, Nathan Stein, Shira Maguen, J. Ben Barnes, Jeane Bosch, and Brett T. Litz. "Sources of moral injury among war veterans: A qualitative evaluation." Journal of Clinical Psychology 74, no. 12 (December 2018): 2203-2218.

Vujanovic, Anka A., Barbara L. Niles, Ashley Pietrefesa, Stefan K. Schmertz, and Carrie M. Potter. "Mindfulness in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Military Veterans." Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 42, no. 1 (February 2011): 24 –31.

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS & COMMUNITY ORGANIZING

Books

Lynd, Alice, and Staughton Lynd. Moral Injury and Nonviolent Resistance: Breaking the Cycle of Violence in the Military and Behind Bars. Oakland: PM Press, 2017.

Articles (09.28.21)

Blackmon, Traci. “Where is God?: How Enduring Centuries of Racism Leads to Moral Injury.” Volunteers of America blog, 2015.

Brock, Rita Nakashima, and Zachary Moon. “Activism Is Moral Injury Gone Viral.” Medium, August 6, 2020.

Eichstaedt, Johannes C., Garrick T. Sherman, Salvatore Giorgi, Steven O. Roberts, Megan E. Reynolds, Lyle H. Ungar, and Sharath Chandra Guntuku.“The emotional and mental health impact of the murder of George Floyd on the US population.” PNAS: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 118, no. 39 (September 28, 2021).

Hickman, Caroline, Elizabeth Marks, Panu Pihkala, Susan Clayton, R. Eric Lewandowski, Elouise E. Mayall, Britt Wray, Catriona Mellor, and Lisa van Sustern. "Climate anxiety in children and young people and their beliefs about government responses to climate change: a global survey." The Lancet Planetary Health 5, no. 12 (December 2021): 863-873.

Karmel, E.J., and Sara Kuburic. "The impact of moral injury on social movements: the demobilization of Jordan's 'Arab Spring' protestors." Globalizations (October 26, 2021).

Press, Eyal. “A Fight to Expose the Hidden Human Costs of Incarceration.” The New Yorker, August 16, 2021.

Stoute, Beverly J. “Black Rage: The Psychic Adaptation to the Trauma of Oppression.” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 69, no. 2 (April 2021): 259-290.

SOCIAL WORK

Books

Reamer, Frederic G. Moral Distress and Injury in Human Services: Cases, Causes, and Strategies for Prevention. Washington: NASW Press, 2020.

Articles

Fenton, Jane, and Timothy B. Kelly. "‘Risk is King and Needs to take a Backseat!’ Can social workers’ experiences of moral injury strengthen practice?Journal of Social Work Practice 31, no. 4 (December 5, 2017): 461-475.

Haight, Wendy, Erin P. Sugrue, and Molly Caloun. (2017) "Moral injury among child protection professionals: Implications for the ethical treatment and retention of workers." Children and Youth Services Review 82 (November 2017): 27-41.

Haight, Wendy, Erin Sugrue, Molly Calhoun, and James Black. "A scoping study of moral injury: Identifying directions for future research." Children and Youth Services Review 70 (November 2016): 190-200.

Haight, Wendy, Erin Sugrue, Molly Calhoun, and James Black. “'Basically, I look at it like combat': Reflections on Moral injury by Parents involved with Child Protection Services." Children and Youth Services Review 82 (2017): 477-489.

Haight, Wendy, Erin Sugrue, Molly Calhoun, and James Black. "Everyday Coping with Moral Injury: The perspectives of professionals and parents involved with child protection services." Children and Youth Services Review 82 (November 2017): 108-121.

Janssen, Scott. “Moral Injury in Health Care and COVID-19.” Social Work Today, April 6, 2020.

Reamer, Frederic G. “Moral injury in Social Work: Responses, Prevention, and Advocacy.” Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services (December 2021).

VISUAL MEDIA

Documentaries

After Fire – Women veterans dealing with moral injury.

Almost Sunrise – The journey of two veterans struggling with moral injury.

The Invisible War – Military sexual trauma.

Korengal – Soldiers' experiences of war.

Veterans Journey Home, 5-Part Series – Vignettes from stories of various veterans.

Films

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) – Civilian moral injury

Manchester by the Sea (2016) – Civilian moral injury

Brothers (2009) – Moral injury in OED/OIF/OND veterans

Gran Torino (2008) – Moral injury in Korean War veterans

In the Valley of Elah (2008) – Moral injury in OED/OIF/OND veterans

Missing in America (2005) – Moral injury in Vietnam veterans

The War at Home (1996) – Moral injury in Vietnam veterans

Schindler’s List (1993) – Civilian moral injury

The Fisher King (1991) – Civilian PTSD

The Prince of Tides (1991) – Effects of childhood trauma, moral injury as suicidality

Born on the Fourth of July (1989) – Moral injury in Vietnam veterans

Jackknife (1989) – Moral injury in Vietnam veterans

The Accused (1988) – Moral injury from sexual assault

Coming Home (1978) – Moral injury in Vietnam veterans

The Deerhunter (1978) – Moral injury in Vietnam veterans

The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) – Moral injury in WW II veterans

Webinars

Shay Moral injury Center (VOA)

Moral Resilience for Criminal Justice Workers During COVID-19

Moral Resilience for Spiritual Leaders During COVID-19

Moral Resilience in Pastoral Care Workers During COVID-19

Moral Resilience for Social Service Workers During COVID-19

Moral Resilience for Medical Workers During COVID-19

Moral Resilience for Nurses During COVID-19

SOUL REPAIR CENTER (Brite Divinity School)

* All webinars available at: https://brite.edu/programs/soul-repair/SRC_Webinars/PreviousWebinars/

The Implications of the Pandemic for Moral Injury in Veterans

Women, Military Sexual Trauma, and Moral Injury: Stand Up Speak Up

Caring for Muslim Servicepersons and Veterans Experiencing Moral Injury

Dementia Care for Aging Veterans affected by Moral Injury

Effective Care for Male Survivors of Military Sexual Trauma

Current Theological Reflections on Military Moral Injury

Strategies for Supporting Veterans: Learning from the Interfaith Veterans Workgroup