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The journey to professional mental health support: a qualitative exploration of the barriers and facilitators impacting military veterans' engagement with mental health treatment

Laura A. Rafferty, Simon Wessely, Sharon A. M. Stevelink, Neil Greenberg
2019 European Journal of Psychotraumatology  
targeting the early identification and management of mental health disorders to encourage veterans to seek support before reaching a crisis event.  ...  In contrast to much of the literature, stigma was not a commonly reported barrier to care; instead care-seeking decisions centred on a perceived need for treatment, waiting until a crisis event occurred  ...  by these organisations in any way in relation to his contribution to this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1080/20008198.2019.1700613 pmid:33488992 pmcid:PMC7803083 fatcat:kve2xtiriba5hg4a247wybevrm

Page 2251 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 82, Issue 5 [page]

1995 Psychological Abstracts  
Analysis identified 3 patterns of alcohol abuse, including chronic alcohol abuse, chronic abuse followed by long-term abstinence, and problem drinking in later life.  ...  Long-term EEG monitoring increases the scope of EEG techniques and improves the di- agnostic value of standard EEG recordings, providing up to 90% positive diagnostic information.  ... 

Review of VA/DOD Clinical Practice Guideline on management of acute stress and interventions to prevent posttraumatic stress disorder

William P. Nash, Patricia J. Watson
2012 Journal of rehabilitation research and development  
to acute stress and the prevention of posttraumatic stress disorder, including screening and early interventions for acute stress states in various settings.  ...  Recommended interventions during the first 4 days after a potentially traumatic event include attending to safety and basic needs and providing access to physical, emotional, and social resources.  ...  ASR is a crisis state, considered "normal" to the extent that it is predictable and common in the immediate aftermath of a traumatic event and usually resolves without long-term sequelae.  ... 
doi:10.1682/jrrd.2011.10.0194 fatcat:ij2v6fgnnjgalhucqziiazf4ya

A controlled examination of acute warning signs for suicide attempts among hospitalized patients

Courtney L. Bagge, Andrew K. Littlefield, Timothy J. Wiegand, Eric Hawkins, Ryan S. Trim, Julie A. Schumacher, Kelsey Simons, Kenneth R. Conner
2022 Psychological Medicine  
Results Select WS were associated with near-term risk for suicide attempt including suicide-related communications, preparing personal affairs, drinking alcohol, experiencing a negative interpersonal event  ...  Background Near-term risk factors for suicidal behavior, referred to as 'warning signs' (WS), distinguish periods of acute heightened risk from periods of lower risk within an individual.  ...  to a crisis.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0033291721004712 pmid:35074021 fatcat:mdlsq5p27zcutibzjcaqftsswu

Ideas and Networks: The Rise and Fall of Research Bodies for Powered Artificial Arms in America and Canada, 1945-1977

David J. A. Foord, Peter Kyberd
2015 Scientia Canadensis Canadian Journal of the History of Science Technology and Medicine  
in that they both arose in response to a specific crisis and to address the perceived needs of a user group.  ...  "crash" program to begin with fundamental studies emerged in response to the thalidomide crisis.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1037946ar fatcat:rcopcbfbuzfujp57b45bnrlply

Cognitive changes and dementia risk after traumatic brain injury: Implications for aging military personnel

Andrea S. Vincent, Tresa M. Roebuck-Spencer, Alison Cernich
2014 Alzheimer's & Dementia  
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is recognized as an important risk factor for the long-term cognitive health of military personnel, particularly in light of growing evidence that TBI increases risk for Alzheimer's  ...  interventions to mitigate the impact of TBI on cognition across the life span.  ...  long-term outcome [28, 29] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jalz.2014.04.006 pmid:24924669 fatcat:mgzn7eq5ofcmzmubxyxyed52gy

A Comparison of Work Health and Safety Incidents and Injuries in Part-Time and Full-Time Australian Army Personnel

Dylan McDonald, Robin M. Orr, Rodney Pope
2016 Journal of athletic training  
More recent conflicts Since Vietnam, Australian doctors have been involved officially and unofficially in a number of regional conflicts, and there are published accounts of medical experiences in Timor  ...  Thanks are also sent to our trainees, and the sailors and officers of the Israeli Navy.  ...  As a result, DVA has commissioned a number of veteran cohort studies including: the Australian Peacekeepers: Long Term Mental Health Status, Health Service Use, and Quality of Life Study 2014, the Rwanda  ... 
doi:10.4085/1062-6050-51.10.12 pmid:27710093 pmcid:PMC5224729 fatcat:wstsoatos5a4faljw6lc4tckwq

Stress, PTSD, and dementia

Mark S. Greenberg, Kaloyan Tanev, Marie-France Marin, Roger K. Pitman
2014 Alzheimer's & Dementia  
Here the authors review recent studies of the long-term cognitive consequences of exposures to cumulative ordinary life stressors as well as extraordinary traumatic events leading to posttraumatic stress  ...  Several plausible neurohormonal pathways and genetic mechanisms exist to support such an association.  ...  Johansson and colleagues followed 1462 Swedish women in a long-term longitudinal design over 35 years.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jalz.2014.04.008 pmid:24924667 fatcat:ju5xfhjzfvbpdnvfvlml6rehzy

Attachment and posttraumatic symptomatology following physical injury accidents

Florian Juen, Verena Rattensberger, Anna Buchheim
2014 Psihologija  
This could be important to identify individuals in need for crisis intervention support.  ...  This study investigates the association between attachment and posttraumatic symptoms in adults immediately after a physical injury accident (assessed after 1 week and 3 months).  ...  Acute (time 1, assessed while hospitalized) and long-term (time 2, 3 months follow up) impact of the (traumatic) event was measured using the German version of two self-report measures.  ... 
doi:10.2298/psi1401081j fatcat:pyv4jgljojc4fgzfyubvnnh4fy

Tardive dyskinesia

D E Casey
1990 Western Journal of Medicine  
A favorable long-term outcome of improvement or resolution correlates with younger age, early detection, lower drug exposure, and duration of follow-up.  ...  Management strategies include a careful evaluation of both the psychiatric and neurologic states, a broad differential diagnosis, and adjustment of neuroleptic agents to the lowest effective dose that  ...  It is useful to periodically review this information with patients during long-term care.  ... 
pmid:1979705 pmcid:PMC1002605 fatcat:z3ztpgk6d5fypfhcy5qei3cyc4

Intervention components, mediators, and mechanisms of change of Internet- and mobile-based interventions for post-traumatic stress disorder: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis

Lena Steubl, Cedric Sachser, Harald Baumeister, Matthias Domhardt
2019 Systematic Reviews  
The proposed systematic review and meta-analysis will systematically review the current status of research on the efficacy of IMIs for adult PTSD compared to active control conditions and identify active  ...  While Internet- and mobile-based interventions (IMIs) might possess the potential to increase access to evidence-based therapies for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), comprehensive knowledge on active  ...  Acknowledgements Anna-Lena Schröder (AS; University of Ulm) will contribute to the study selection, data extraction, and quality assessment as second independent reviewer. 1 Department of Clinical Psychology  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13643-019-1190-6 pmid:31699139 pmcid:PMC6836517 fatcat:z7mcg7aqanc7bh4l5ftznz6sye

Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families: An Assessment of Programs

2014 Military medicine  
But the committee continues to believe that long-term planning for veterans' care requires public long-term cost forecasts in the same way that Social Security and Medicare require them, and these forecasts  ...  Using a life-course perspective, Miech and colleagues (2013) examined long-term trends in past-year hallucinogen use among veterans and non-veterans by analyzing self-reported data from the National Survey  ...  Marine Corps Order 5300.17 details the requirements for SACCs: "The Marine Corps is required to identify, counsel, or treat Marines identified as alcohol or drug abusers or alcohol or drug dependent" (  ... 
doi:10.7205/milmed-d-14-00360 pmid:25373035 fatcat:4nh5qb4k7bgf7fi6atg3wz4gu4

Parameters Autumn 2021

USAWC Press
2021 Parameters  
the problems posed by the association of the US military with these groups.  ...  Identifying the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol as an inf lection point, this article analyzes the historical relationship between White supremacy and the US military from Reconstruction after  ...  Casey Doss, lieutenant colonel, US Army retired, for their thoughtful reviews of this article.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3074 fatcat:3thyncpdu5btnk3la6ezo2gtl4

Generating Real-World Evidence on the Quality Use, Benefits and Safety of Medicines in Australia: History, Challenges and a Roadmap for the Future

Sallie-Anne Pearson, Nicole Pratt, Juliana de Oliveira de Oliveira Costa, Helga Zoega, Tracey-Lea Laba, Christopher Etherton-Beer, Frank M. Sanfilippo, Alice Morgan, Lisa Kalisch Kalisch Ellett, Claudia Bruno, Erin Kelty, Maarten IJzerman (+3 others)
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
However, inappropriate prescribing and medicine use also result in harm to individuals and populations, and waste of precious health resources.  ...  Medication data linked with other routine collections enable evidence generation in pharmacoepidemiology; the science of quantifying the use, effectiveness and safety of medicines in real-world clinical  ...  The Veterans' Medicines Advice and Therapeutics Education Services (Veterans' MATES, Adelaide, Australia) program commenced in 2004 to improve the use of medicines and health services in the veterans'  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182413345 pmid:34948955 pmcid:PMC8707536 fatcat:tgglyx2tr5hnlihumul4exj44e

Dynamical Diagnosis and Solutions for Resilient Natural and Social Systems [article]

Tatyana Kovalenko, Didier Sornette
2012 arXiv   pre-print
This allows us to elaborate a classification of stress measures and of the possible responses to stressors.  ...  The concept of "crisis flight simulators" is introduced to address the intrinsic human cognitive biases underlying the logic of failures and the illusion of control.  ...  More precisely, according to this view, it is possible to develop advanced diagnostics of an incoming crisis and invest in techniques to identify precursors.  ... 
arXiv:1211.1949v1 fatcat:xlt5q577jja73gn7ekudi2btqa
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