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Facilitating Soldier Receipt of Needed Mental Health Treatment
Annual rept. 5 Oct 2012-4 Oct 2013
CLEMSON UNIV SC
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The present report provides a summary of third year activities for the three-year project. Key accomplishments include Institutional Review Board and MRMC Oversight approval amendments for the second phase of the longitudinal survey study, completion of the Time 2 assessment and summary of the overall longitudinal study, and the development of the initial version of the Facilitating Mental Health Treatment FMHT intervention. A report of the results of the longitudinal study was given to key leaders in the 3rd Infantry Division and to mental health providers at Fort Stewart. Two empirical articles based on the research supported by the grant were in press in academic journals in Year 3 of the grant, and a symposium and two presentations were delivered at two national conferences highlighting research supported by the grant. A 12-month extension was approved for the grant1 and key activities for the next quarter are completing our revision of the FMHT training and coordinating the intervention study with 3rd Infantry Division leadership.
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