Veteran Treatments: PTSD Interventions
AbstractPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has resulted in high social costs in terms of the lingering inability of veterans to adapt to societal norms. These costs accrue to individual veterans, their families, friends, and others. In addition, society suffers from the lost productivity of veterans. There is a need to pay greater attention to the extant literature regarding the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of various interventions. This study reviews the most relevant research regarding PTSD, veterans, interventions, treatment, counseling, job training and medication. Increasing awareness of the existing state of knowledge can lead to better targeting of resources and better health outcomes. View Full-Text
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Koven, S.G. Veteran Treatments: PTSD Interventions. Healthcare 2018, 6, 94.
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Koven, Steven G. 2018. "Veteran Treatments: PTSD Interventions." Healthcare 6, no. 3: 94.
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