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Combat and Operational Behavioral Health

Contents PDF document

Front Matter

Section I: Setting the Stage

  1. Combat and Operational Behavioral Health: An Update to an Old History
  2. US Army Psychiatry Legacies of the Vietnam War
  3. Preparation for Deployment: Improving Resilience
  4. Combat and Operational Stress Control
  5. Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Contributions During Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom: From Research to Public Health Policy


Section II: In Theater

  1. The Division Psychiatrist and Brigade Behavioral Health Officers
  2. US Marine Corps and Navy Combat and Operational Stress Continuum Model: A Tool for Leaders
  3. Expeditionary Operational Stress Control in the US Navy
  4. Provision of Mental Health Services in Operation Iraqi Freedom 05–07
  5. Psychiatric Medications in Military Operations
  6. The Role of Chaplains in the Operational Army
  7. Psychiatric Consultation to Command

Section III: The Road Home

  1. The Aeromedical Evacuation
  2. Behavioral Healthcare at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
  3. Traumatic Brain Injury in the Military Population
  4. Psychiatric Intervention for the Battle-Injured Medical and Surgical Patient Following Traumatic Injuries
  5. Oral Health Effects of Combat Stress

Section IV: Reunion and Reintegration

  1. Resetting the Force: Reentry and Redeployment
  2. Treatment of Deployment-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  3. The Continuum of Care for New Combat Veterans and Their Families: A Public Health Approach
  4. Pain Management
  5. US Army Occupational Therapy: Promoting Optimal Performance
  6. Provider Fatigue and Provider Resiliency Training

Section V: Surveillance and Intervention

  1. Army Suicide Surveillance: A Prerequisite to Suicide Prevention
  2. Suicide Prevention in the Army: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
  3. Suicide and Homicide Risk Management: Rationale and Suggestions for the Use of Unit Watch
  4. Severe Psychiatric Illness in the Military Healthcare System
  5. Eating Disorders
  6. Substance Use and Abuse in the Military

Section VI. Military Children and Families

  1. The Impact of Deployment on Military Families and Children
  2. The Children and Families of Combat-Injured Service Members
  3. Family Maltreatment and Military Deployment
  4. The Families and Children of Fallen Military Service Members
  5. Establishing an Integrated Behavioral Health System of Care at Schofield Barracks

Section VII. Operational Behavioral Health

  1. Disaster Psychiatry
  2. Terrorism and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Weapons
  3. Operation Iraqi Freedom 05–07 Medical Civil-Military Operations: Lessons Learned in Humanitarian Assistance
  4. Behavioral Health Issues in Humanitarian and Military Relief Operations: The Special Problem of Complex Emergencies
  5. Population-Based Programs and Health Diplomacy Approaches of the US Public Health Service
  6. Behavioral Health Issues and Detained Individuals
  7. Mental Healthcare in the United Kingdom Armed Forces

Section VIII. Other Military Issues

  1. Military Psychiatry Graduate Medical Education
  2. Military Forensic Mental Health
  3. Women, Mental Health, and the Military
  4. Mental Health Support to Operations Involving Death and the Dead
  5. Ethics and Military Medicine: Core Contemporary Questions
  6. Combat and Operational Behavioral Health: Final Thoughts and Next Steps

Appendix 1: Provision of Behavioral Health Services During Operation Iraqi Freedom One

Appendix 2: Operational Psychiatry in Operation Enduring Freedom

Appendix 3: Good or Bad News? Media Coverage of Soldiers: Focus on Behavioral Health in Iraq During Operation Iraqi Freedom 05-07

Abbreviations and Acronyms



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