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This Issue: Care for Returning Service Members | Table of Contents: Winter 2016 |

Other Publications of Interest


A national cohort study of the association between the polytrauma clinical triad and suicide-related behavior among US Veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. EP Finley et al. American Journal of Public Health, February 2015.

Non-suicidal self-injury as a predictor of active and passive suicidal ideation among Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans. NA Kimbrel et al. Psychiatry Research, June 30, 2015.

Characteristics and use of services among literally homeless and unstably housed U.S. Veterans with custody of minor children. J Tsai et al. Psychiatric Services. October 2015.

Army active duty members' linkage to Veterans Health Administration services after deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan and following separation. ME Vanneman et al. Military Medicine, October 2015

Randomized controlled trial of online expressive writing to address readjustment difficulties among U.S. Afghanistan and Iraq War Veterans. NA Sayer et al. Journal of Traumatic Stress, October 2015

Military sexual trauma and suicide mortality. R Kimerling et al. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Dec. 14, 2015

The effect of enemy combat tactics on PTSD prevalence rates; a comparison of Operation Iraqi Freedom deployment phases in a sample of male and female Veterans. JD Green et al. Psychological Trauma, Dec. 14, 2015 (epub ahead of print.)

Fear learning circuitry is biased toward generalization of fear associations in posttraumatic stress disorder. RA Morey et al. Translational Psychiatry, Dec. 15, 2015

Association of parental status and diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder among Veterans of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. Psychological Trauma, January 2016.

Treatment of Veterans with mental health symptoms in VA primary care prior to suicide. LM Denneson et al. General Hospital Psychiatry, January-February 2016.


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