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  • adj. After deployment.


post- +‎ deployment (Wiktionary)


  • Created in 2008, the program helps military families with postdeployment problems and provides free, confidential counseling to veterans as well as to active-duty service members and their families. rss feed

  • Of the 706 study participants, 10.8% screened positive for postdeployment PTSD.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • Our study objective was to explore the relationship between specific combat exposures and other life experiences with postdeployment PTSD.

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  • Combat exposures, specifically the threat of death, serious injury, and witnessing injury or death are significant risk factors for screening positive for postdeployment PTSD among male Marines as well as violence exposures prior to entering the Marine Corps, which are independent of future combat exposures.

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  • Combat exposure has been reported as one of the strongest risk factors for postdeployment posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among military service members.

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  • Number of deployments, number of close friends or relatives reported at follow-up, and enlisted pay grade were also significantly associated with postdeployment PTSD.

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  • Multivariable logistic regression was performed to determine which significant exposures and experiences were associated with postdeployment PTSD.

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  • A total of 676 veterans who served since September 11, 2001, and who volunteered to participate in research studies were interviewed with instruments designed to collect information on psychiatric symptoms, health, and possible postdeployment adjustment issues.

    Am J Psychiatry current issue

  • As troops return from Iraq and Afghanistan to civilian life, clinicians are starting to grapple with how best to detect those at risk of postdeployment adjustment problems.

    Am J Psychiatry current issue

  • They were more fixated on getting back with their families and their communities, so what we’re doing now is bringing them back together 30 to 45 days after postdeployment and rebriefing them on all that’s available for them.

    ‘Major Overhaul’


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