Highlights From This Issue
- 2CR Study: Reintegration Phase, Actigraph Sleep Watches Utilized
- International Team Finds US and UK Rates of PTSD Similar at Post-Deployment
- Managing the Research Program
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In The News
- Internalizing Behaviors, Environment and Combat Predict Externalizing Behaviors Alcohol problems, aggression, and other externalizing behaviors after return from deployment: Understanding the role of combat exposure, internalizing symptoms, and social environment.
- Insomnia Predicts Mental Health Problems Post-Combat The study conducted a longitudinal assessment of insomnia as an antecedent versus consequence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression symptoms among combat veterans.
- Mental Health Advisory Team-Africa: Pre-Assessment Site Visit As requested by AFRICOM, USAMRU-E led AFRICOM's first Mental Health Advisory Team (MHAT).
- New Study Pilots Advanced Post-Development Transition Training A combined USAMRU-E and Center for Military Psychiatry and Neuroscience team conducted a pilot study with 32 101st Soldiers in July at Fort Campbell.