Beth A. Mohr

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The Substance Use and Psychological Injury Combat Study (SUPIC) will examine whether early detection and intervention for post-deployment problems among Army Active Duty and National Guard/Reservists returning from Iraq or Afghanistan are associated with improved long-term substance use and psychological outcomes. This paper describes the rationale and(More)
The Prometheus Payment Model offers a potential solution to the failings of the current fee-for-service system and various forms of capitation. At the core of the Prometheus model are evidence-informed case rates (ECRs), which include a bundle of typical services that are informed by evidence and/or expert opinion as well as empirical data analysis, payment(More)
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)
BACKGROUND U.S. Armed Forces members and spouses report increased stress associated with combat deployment. It is unknown, however, whether these deployment stressors lead to increased dependent medication use and health care utilization. OBJECTIVE To determine whether the deployment of Army active duty members (sponsors) is associated with changes in(More)
OBJECTIVE A large number of children with measles were hospitalized at a children's hospital during a metropolitan measles outbreak. In this study we addressed the appropriateness of those admissions. METHODS Charts of all 634 patients with a diagnosis of measles who were treated between August 1989 and April 1990 were reviewed. Determination of the(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)
OBJECTIVE To identify characteristics associated with testing positive for illicit drugs postdeployment among Army enlisted members. METHODS Army active duty and National Guard/Reserve enlisted members returning from Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom deployments in fiscal years 2008 to 2011, who submitted urine specimens for random and(More)
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 demobilization from an index deployment. We also explored regional and VHA facility variation in serving eligible members in their catchment areas. The sample(More)
This study described the rate and predictors of Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom active duty Army members' enrollment in and use of Veterans Health Administration (VHA) services (linkage), as well as variation in linkage rates by VHA facility. We used a multivariate mixed effect regression model to predict linkage to VHA, and also(More)