Time to treatment among veterans of conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan with psychiatric diagnoses.

@article{Maguen2012TimeTT,
  title={Time to treatment among veterans of conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan with psychiatric diagnoses.},
  author={Shira Maguen and Erin Fanning Madden and Beth Ellen Cohen and Daniel Bertenthal and Karen H. Seal},
  journal={Psychiatric services},
  year={2012},
  volume={63 12},
  pages={
          1206-12
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Early mental health treatment after military deployment may reduce chronic mental health problems. The authors described time to, and predictors of time to, initiation of a first primary care visit, a first mental health outpatient visit, and minimally adequate mental health care (eight or more outpatient visits within 12 months) among veterans with psychiatric diagnoses. METHODS The authors conducted a retrospective cohort analysis of medical records of veterans of the conflicts in… CONTINUE READING

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