View BC OSI Clinic's resources on military mental health, military medicine in general and related topics.


OSI Connect - mobile app is a free mental health learning and self-management mobile app developed to help OSI patients and their families understand the nature of operational stress injuries (OSIs) and to provide help through the OSI Clinic Network across Canada. The resources on OSI Connect address challenges including post-traumatic stress and triggers, depression, anger, sleep problems, substance abuse, stress management and more.

Developed by the Royal Ottawa OSI Clinic with the support of Veterans Affairs Canada, this app is compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod, BlackBerry and Android devices. OSI Connect is a regularly updated, information rich, interactive mobile application. There are assessments, videos and clear information for Veterans and others with an OSI, including how to get an OSI clinic appointment. Access the app from this website:



The BC OSI Clinic and the other clinics in the OSI network have access to a wide variety of information on military mental health, military medicine in general and related topics. Find current articles on this website under Resources and Publications.

Articles can also be searched by following the specific links below.

If you have questions or for access to current research articles please contact:

David Pedlar, PhD
Veterans Affairs Canada Library Director
Research Directorate, Veterans Affairs Canada
Tel: 1 901 368 0531

Electronic libraries

PILOTS The Published International Literature On Traumatic Stress (PILOTS) is the largest index of published materials on trauma and PTSD, maintained by Dartmouth College. You must access it through the NCPTSD website. Click below for an overview of the database and an entry point.


The Military History Research Centre at the Canadian War Museum offers this online catalogue of its holdings, in addition to the online Democracy at War library.

Access the Research Centre

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