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Military Health and Mental Health

For Healthcare Providers

The Psychological Impact of Deployment

Addressing the Needs of the Seriously Mentally Ill in Disaster

Army STARRS July 2009 to June 2015 V1 I7

Coping with Stress Following a Mass Shooting

Courage to Care: Addressing Alcohol Misuse (Provider sheet)

Courage to Care: Adherence Addressing A Range of Patient Health Behaviors

Courage to Care: Advancing the Health of the Family Left Behind

Courage to Care: Asking for Help (Provider Sheet)

Courage to Care: Becoming A Couple Again

Courage to Care: Depression in Primary Care

Courage to Care: Flu Season, A Teachable Moment

Courage to Care: Fostering Safety, Health, and Preparedness (Archive)

Courage to Care: Health Literacy (For Provider)

Courage to Care: Helping Children Cope During Deployment

Courage to Care: Invisible Injuires of War (For Provider)

Courage to Care: Primary Care Strategies to Foster Male Health Care Seeking

Courage to Care: Psychological First Aid

Courage to Care: Public Health Emergencies (Provider)

Courage to Care: Reintegration Roadmap

Courage to Care: Suicide Facts for Primary Care Providers

Courage to Care: Sustaining Healthcare Continuity (For Providers)

Courage to Care: The Health Consequences of Disasters and Evacuation

Courage to Care: Traumatic Brain Injury (For Providers)

Debriefing Debate

Evidence-Based Management for Acute Stress Disorder (ASD)

Evidence-Based Management of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

From Injury to Home

Funerals and Memorials: A Part of Recovery

Grief Leadership: Leadership in the Wake of Tragedy

Guidelines on Notifying Families of Dead or Missing Loved Ones

Health Behaviors to Decrease Risk of Flu Transmission

Information for Healthcare Providers in Body Recovery from Mass Death

Initial Primary Care Screening for Severe Psychiatric Illness

Military Leadership in Stressful Situations

Post Deployment Health and Distress Responses: Overview for Practitioners

Preparing, Responding and Coping with the Stress of Mass Shootings

Principles of Psychological First Aid (Japanese)

Protecting Personal and Family Safety

Psychological and Behavioral Issues Healthcare Providers Need to Know when Treating Patients Following a Radiation Event

Psychological First Aid

Resources for Recovery: Intimacy and Health (For Providers)

Resources for Recovery: Physical Injury and Intimacy (Provider Sheet)

Resources for Recovery: The Combat Injured Family, Guidelines for Care (For Providers)

Resources for Recovery: The Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on Military Families and Children (Provider sheet)

Resources to Support Those Impacted by the School Shooting in Oregon

Restoring a Sense of Safety in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting: Tips for Parents and Professionals

San Bernardino Shooting, December 2, 2015

Shooting at Pulse Nightclub Orlando, Florida, June 12, 2016

Shootings in Charleston, South Carolina June 17, 2015

Terrorism and Disaster: Psychiatric Sequelae of a 9/11 Survivor

Terrorism and Disaster: Sarin

Terrorism and Disaster: Staphyloccocal Enterotoxin B

Terrorism and Disaster: Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers

Terrorism and Disaster: Pneumonic Plague

WDBJ7 Employees Shooting August 26, 2015