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A Randomized Effectiveness Trial of a Systems-Level Approach to Stepped Care for War-Related PTSD

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Technical Report,01 Sep 2014,31 Aug 2015

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Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine Bethesda United States

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During the last year, the study team completed follow-up data collection, boasting high retention rates 93 overall at 3-month follow-up, 90 overall at 6-month follow-up, and 87 overall at 12-month follow-up. Investigators received complete survey and administrative datasets and are conducting full analyses of the data. A design manuscript was published by the journal Contemporary Clinical Trials in November 2014. Investigators continued work on multiple manuscripts and presentations, including the main outcomes, cost-effectiveness, service utilization, predictors of PTSD and depression outcomes, and two qualitative study manuscripts, among others. Investigators have also presented study-related findings at multiple conferences including the Psychological Health and Resilience Summit in September 2014 in Falls Church, VA, the 56th International Military Testing Association Conference in October 2014 in Hamburg, Germany, the 30th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies ISTSS in November 2014 in Miami, FL, the American Psychiatric Association 168th Annual Meeting in May 2015 in Toronto, Canada, and the Military Health System Research Symposium MHSRS in August 2015 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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