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Facilitating Soldier Receipt of Needed Mental Health Treatment
Technical Report,05 Oct 2010,04 Oct 2014
Clemson University Clemson United States
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The present report provides a summary of fourth year activities for the four-year project. Key accomplishments include completing the final version of the Facilitating Mental Health Treatment FMHT unit and leader training, gaining Institutional Review Board and MRMC Oversight approval approval for the unit training study, and coordinating with unit commanders to schedule the first phase of the unit training study. In addition, we have pilot tested the Implicit Association Test to assess implicit attitudes toward mental health treatment among an undergraduate sample. Two empirical articles based on the research supported by the grant have been submitted and received a recommendation to revise and resubmit, and an additional manuscript has been submitted for publication. Key activities for the next quarter are conducting the first phase of the unit training among the two battalions that have been assigned to participate in the study.
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