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Supervision. ● Evidence-based psychotherapies II: changes in models of treatment and treatment delivery. ● The factor structure of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in patients with traumatic spinal cord injuries. ● Humiliation and interpersonal sensitivity in depression. ● Predictors of early response to acceptance and commitment therapy (ACD in(More)
This study examines whether the relationship between traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-deployment binge drinking is independent of screening positive for mental health problems among male and female service members. Data are from the Substance Use and Psychological Injury Combat Study of Army members returning from deployment to Afghanistan or Iraq in(More)
Background Problems associated with alcohol and drug use are a critical area for intervention development within the Department of Defense (DoD). Little is known about the impact of deployment on illicit drug use. This study is the first to study drug use problems with objective drug test data among military members returning from deployment. Using(More)
OBJECTIVES We identified to what extent the Department of Defense postdeployment health surveillance program identifies at-risk drinking, alone or in conjunction with psychological comorbidities, and refers service members who screen positive for additional assessment or care. METHODS We completed a cross-sectional analysis of 333 803 US Army active duty(More)
Authors alone are responsible for opinions expressed in the contribution and for its clearance through their federal health agency, if required. ABSTRACT This study described rates and predictors of Army National Guard and Army Reserve members' enrollment in and utilization of Veteran Health Administration (VHA) services in the 365 days following(More)
Although military men have heavier drinking patterns, military women experience equal or higher rates of dependence symptoms and similar rates of alcohol-related problems as men at lower levels of consumption. Thus, gender may be important for understanding substance use treatment (SUT) utilization before deployment. Military health system data were(More)
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