Mental Health Services Research in the Military Health System

Published in: American Journal of Psychiatry, v. 173, no. 5, Letters to the Editor, May 2016, p. 538-539

Posted on RAND.org on May 11, 2016

by Michael C. Freed, Charles C. Engel

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The Military Health System faces unique challenges in mental health services delivery; evidence-supported solutions require collaboration of patients, providers, and clinic leaders within military health.

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