Prevalence of mental health problems and functional impairment among active component and National Guard soldiers 3 and 12 months following combat in Iraq.

@article{Thomas2010PrevalenceOM,
  title={Prevalence of mental health problems and functional impairment among active component and National Guard soldiers 3 and 12 months following combat in Iraq.},
  author={Jeffrey L. Thomas and Joshua E. Wilk and Lyndon A. Riviere and Dennis M McGurk and Carl Andrew Castro and Charles W. Hoge},
  journal={Archives of general psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={67 6},
  pages={
          614-23
        }
}
CONTEXT A growing body of literature has demonstrated the association of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan with postdeployment mental health problems, particularly posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression. However, studies have shown varying prevalence rates of these disorders based on different case definitions and have not assessed functional impairment, alcohol misuse, or aggressive behavior as comorbid factors occurring with PTSD and depression. OBJECTIVES To (1) examine the… CONTINUE READING
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