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Prevalence Estimates of Combat-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Critical Review
TLDR
A critical review of prevalence estimates of combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder among military personnel and veterans is provided, and of the relevant factors that may account for the variability of estimates within and across cohorts are provided, including methodological and conceptual factors accounting for differences.
Telemedicine for anger management therapy in a rural population of combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder: a randomized noninferiority trial.
TLDR
Clinical and process outcomes indicate delivering cognitive-behavioral group treatment for PTSD-related anger problems via videoteleconferencing is an effective and feasible way to increase access to evidence-based care for veterans residing in rural or remote locations.
Patients' reports of traumatic or harmful experiences within the psychiatric setting.
TLDR
Having medications used as a threat or punishment, unwanted sexual advances in a psychiatric setting, inadequate privacy, and sexual assault by a staff member were associated with a history of exposure to sexual assault as an adult.
Current Directions in Videoconferencing Tele-Mental Health Research.
TLDR
The extent to which the field of tele-mental health has advanced the research agenda previously suggested is examined; and implications for tele- mental health care delivery for special clinical populations are discussed.
Adjunctive risperidone treatment in post-traumatic stress disorder: a preliminary controlled trial of effects on comorbid psychotic symptoms
TLDR
The preliminary results support studying the potential efficacy of risperidone for treating global psychotic symptoms associated with chronic PTSD with a suggestion that core re-experiencing symptoms may also be responsive.
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