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Virtual Behavioral Health for Army Soldiers

Virtual Behavioral Health for Army Soldiers

Soldier Perspectives and Patterns of Treatment

by Kimberly A. HepnerJoshua Breslau Jessica L. Sousa and others
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Publication Date: 15/11/2023

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Delivery of high-quality behavioral health (BH) care is essential to the readiness of the U.S. armed forces and their families. Virtual behavioral health (VBH) care expanded during the COVID-19 pandemic and could support BH care delivery in the future. The authors examined trends in the use of VBH care for U.S. Army soldiers and their spouses from prior to the pandemic through March 2022 and surveyed soldiers about their perceptions of VBH care.

ISBN:
9781977412164
9781977412164
Category:
Medicine
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
15-11-2023
Language:
English
Publisher:
RAND Corporation, The
Country of origin:
United States
Dimensions (mm):
279.15x214.38x9.65mm
Weight:
0.41kg

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