This Viewpoint discusses a learning health system proposed by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that aims to ensure continuous improvement in trauma care among military personnel and civilians.
This review article reports that many military personnel and veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder achieve clinically meaningful improvement with use of the first-line trauma-focused interventions cognitive processing therapy and prolonged exposure.
This cohort study examines associations between prehospital blood product transfusion and injury survival among US military combat casualties in Afghanistan.
To review and summarize the evidence for how best to identify individuals in need of disaster mental health services and triage them to appropriate care, North and Pfefferbaum conducted a search of the peer-reviewed English-language literature on disaster mental health response.
This commentary discusses a study published in JAMA Surgery that investigated morbidity and mortality outcomes for battlefield casualties before and after implementation of a “golden hour” rule mandating prehospital helicopter transport of critically injured troops in 60 minutes or less.
This case series investigated the neuropathological and clinical features of deceased football players with chronic traumatic encephalopathy whose brains were donated for research.
This Rational Clinical Examination Systematic Review examines the utility of self-report screening instruments for posttraumatic stress disorder among primary care and high-risk populations.
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