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Moral injury and moral repair in war veterans: a preliminary model and intervention strategy.
Throughout history, warriors have been confronted with moral and ethical challenges and modern unconventional and guerilla wars amplify these challenges. Potentially morally injurious events, such asExpand
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Trends and risk factors for mental health diagnoses among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans using Department of Veterans Affairs health care, 2002-2008.
OBJECTIVES We sought to investigate longitudinal trends and risk factors for mental health diagnoses among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. METHODS We determined the prevalence and predictors ofExpand
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VA mental health services utilization in Iraq and Afghanistan veterans in the first year of receiving new mental health diagnoses.
Little is known about mental health services utilization among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans receiving care at Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities. Of 49,425 veterans with newly diagnosedExpand
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Five Essential Elements of Immediate and Mid–Term Mass Trauma Intervention: Empirical Evidence
Abstract Given the devastation caused by disasters and mass violence, it is critical that intervention policy be based on the most updated research findings. However, to date, no evidence–basedExpand
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Five Essential Elements of Immediate and Mid-Term Mass Trauma Intervention
Given the devastation caused by disasters and mass violence, it is critical that intervention policy be based on the most updated research findings. However, to date, no evidence-based consensus hasExpand
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The Coming-Out Process and Its Adaptational and Health-Related Associations Among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youths: Stipulation and Exploration of a Model
A model is proposed and explored that links the coming-out process to the psychological functioning (i.e., self-esteem and distress) and sexual behaviors of gay, lesbian, and bisexual youthsExpand
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Substance use disorders in Iraq and Afghanistan veterans in VA healthcare, 2001-2010: Implications for screening, diagnosis and treatment.
BACKGROUND The prevalence and correlates of alcohol use disorder (AUD) and drug use disorder (DUD) diagnoses in Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who are new users of Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)Expand
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The impact of reported direct and indirect killing on mental health symptoms in Iraq war veterans.
This study examined the mental health impact of reported direct and indirect killing among 2,797 U.S. soldiers returning from Operation Iraqi Freedom. Data were collected as part of a postdeploymentExpand
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Association of mental health disorders with prescription opioids and high-risk opioid use in US veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan.
CONTEXT Record numbers of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans survive their war injuries and yet continue to experience pain and mental health problems, particularly posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).Expand
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Gender differences in mental health diagnoses among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans enrolled in veterans affairs health care.
OBJECTIVES We examined gender differences in sociodemographic, military service, and mental health characteristics among Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) veterans.Expand
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