The Iraq War Clinician Guide, 2nd Edition
The Iraq War Clinician Guide was developed by members of the National Center for PTSD and the Department of Defense. It was developed specifically for clinicians and addresses the unique needs of veterans of the Iraq war.
II. Topics Specific to the Psychiatric Treatment of Military Personnel
III. The Returning Veteran of the Iraq War: Background Issues and Assessment Guidelines
IV. Treatment of the Returning Iraq War Veteran
V. Treatment of Medical Casualty Evacuees
VI. Treating the Traumatized Amputee
VII. PTSD in Iraq War Veterans: Implications for Primary Care
VIII. Caring for the Clinicians Who Care for Traumatically Injured Patients
IX. Military Sexual Trauma: Issues in Caring for Veterans
X. Assessment and Treatment of Anger in Combat-Related PTSD
XI. Traumatic Grief: Symptomatology and Treatment for the Iraq War Veteran
XII. Substance Abuse in the Deployment Environment
XIII. The Impact of Deployment on the Military Family
A. Case Examples from Operation Iraqi Freedom
B. VA/DoD PTSD Practice Guideline
C. VA Documents on Service Provision
D. Assessment of Iraq War Veterans: Selecting Assessment Instruments and Interpreting Results
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J. Educational Handouts for Iraq War Veterans and Their Families