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Updated PTSD Clinical Guidelines Feature New Research, Recommendations

Thumbnail of the PTSD guidelines with the word updated stamped across it.
Graphic courtesy of Deployment Health Clinical Center

Medical research results often lead to changes in health care. The Deployment Health Clinical Center recently released a Clinician’s Corner article to highlight the most recent clinical guidelines for adults with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

The guidelines feature the latest recommendations based on evidence spanning prevention, screening, assessment, diagnosis, treatment and clinical management. There are visual algorithms to use as quick references for acute stress reaction; assessment and diagnosis information for acute stress disorder and PTSD; and recommendations to help manage these disorders.

Visit the Deployment Health Clinical Center’s blog page to learn more about PTSD and other psychological health matters within the Defense Department.

 

 

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This page was last updated on: September 14, 2017.