Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Military Populations
Annual rept. 8 Sep 2010-7 Sep 2011
UTAH UNIV SALT LAKE CITY
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The purpose of this study is to compare a brief-cognitive behavioral therapy B-CBT to usual care in the treatment of active duty Service Members who report suicidal ideation with intent to die or those who make a suicide attempt. All staff positions have been filled, the database is completed and functioning as designed, and enrollment was initiated on January 31, 2011. To date, 52 subjects have consented to participate, of whom 41 have been randomized. 3-month and 6-month assessments have been initiated. Recruitment is occurring at an acceptable pace, with target enrollment i.e., 150 participants total projected to be achieved as planned.
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