This Viewpoint describes the five lines of reform the US Department of Defense is implementing for its TRICARE health plan, the main provider of health care services to enlisted service members in all military branches, their families, and retirees.
This cohort study examines associations between prehospital blood product transfusion and injury survival among US military combat casualties in Afghanistan.
This study used Veterans Health Administration data to investigate the association between misconduct-related separations and homelessness among recently returned active-duty US military service members.
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.
LeardMann and coauthors identify and quantify suicide risk factors in a prospective longitudinal study of 151 560 current and former US military personnel. In an Editorial, Engel discusses the study findings and how the military health system studies and evaluates clinical interventions and programs.
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