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The number of female veteran patients who "experience public harassment by men veterans at Veterans Affairs (VA) health care facilities," according to a study published online before print in the journal Women's Health Issues -- Staff and Patient Perspectives on Bystander Intervention Training to Address Patient-Initiated Sexual Harassment in Veterans Affairs Healthcare Settings.
All of us have seen the dramatic images of the recent Taliban capture of Kabul. While the mission to defeat ISIS in Iraq will continue, many Americans are eagerly seeking explanation of the rapid-moving complex events surrounding the end of the war in Afghanistan.
The weekly Research Update contains the latest news, journal articles, useful links from around the web. Some of this week's topics include:
● Qualitative characterizations of misinformed disclosure reactions to medications for opioid use disorders and their consequences.
● Acupuncture for combat post-traumatic stress disorder: trial development and methodological approach for a randomized controlled clinical trial.
● Post-traumatic stress disorder is associated with alterations in evoked cortical activation during visual recognition of scenes.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. This is a very important topic that touches many individuals around the world. In addition to our existing resources on suicide prevention, we will be have a series of blogs on the topic. We also invite you to watch a recording of this month's CDP Presents webinar, "Suicide Prevention from Elite Athletes to High Performance Military." This 90-minute presentation helps viewers learn more about suicide prevention efforts as it relates to elite athletes and those in high-performance roles.