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Joining Forces

Joining Forces

Men and women returning from war may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As a healthcare provider, you know that this can be a difficult diagnosis, particularly if your patient is unwilling to address emotional issues that may be causing physical symptoms.

ACP in its collaboration with Joining Forces offers resources to help you better understand this condition and diagnostic tools you can use in your practice.

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As part of its broad approach to provide concise, practical information, strategies, and tools to enable busy clinicians to reduce the treatment gaps that exist for depression care, the Guide provides specific diagnostic tools for PTSD including:

Access to the Guide is free and after reading the chapters, you can answer 40 multiple-choice questions, potentially qualifying for CME and CE credits.

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