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Medication refusal by psychiatric inpatients in the military.
Military psychiatrists must occasionally treat mentally ill active duty patients who refuse medications. Unlike their civilian counterparts, military psychiatrists have .
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1603379

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Right of active duty military personnel to refuse psychiatric treatment
Right of Active Duty Military Personnel to Refuse Psychiatric Treatment. William H . Grant, Col., USAF, MC. Phillip J. Resnick, M.D.. Under Federal Court .
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bsl.2370070305/pdf

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Substance Abuse among the Military, Veterans, and their Families ...
In fact, prescription drug abuse doubled among U.S. military personnel from 2002 to . 42 percent of reserve component soldiers as requiring mental health treatment. . mental health problems among active-duty or recently separated military .
http://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/topics-in-brief/substance-abuse-among-military-veterans-their-families

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MILITARY MEDICINE
The clinic screened 4159 primary care active duty patient visits: 404 screens (9.7 %) . Mental Health Section, comprised of an active duty Army psy chiatrist .
http://www.pdhealth.mil/respect-mil_feasibility_systems-level_collaborative_care.pdf

War Psychiatry, Chapter 8, Ethical Challenges for the Psychiatrist ...
the soldier is reluctant, he has a duty on recovering to risk further sacrifices, . psychiatrists in military service treated combat ca- sualties was . combat refusal, malingering, self-inflicted wounds, . while, while the soldier was in active service .
http://www.bordeninstitute.army.mil/published_volumes/military_psychiatry/MPch8.pdf

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MILITARY PSYCHIATRIC POLICIES
Given these problems, a clear understanding of the military's psychiatric policies is essential . status (the first 180 days of active duty service). This is often . Disability, refusal of medical treatment, when the refusal interferes with duty. The .
http://nlgmltf.org/pdfs/MedPsychPolicies.pdf

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HIPAA: A Military Perspective
As a former active-duty officer in the U.S. Air Force, I've spent my fair share of time . or future physical or mental health condition, the provision of health care to a . (MRE) 513 provides that a patient has a privilege to refuse to disclose and to .
http://www.americanbar.org/newsletter/publications/gp_solo_magazine_home/gp_solo_magazine_index/hipaamil.html

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Revised February 2012 CURRICULUM VITAE Phillip J. Resnick ...
Grant, W.H., Resnick, P.J., "Right of Active Duty Military. Personnel to Refuse Psychiatric Treatment," Behavioral Sciences. & the Law, 7:339-354, l989. 42.
http://www.cwrupsychiatry.org/uploads/files/1Resnick_cv_2012_copy.pdf

DoD Instruction 6000.14, September 26, 2011
Sep 26, 2011 . Military Departments and military treatment facility and dental . Patients are responsible for their actions if they refuse treatment or . (4) All active duty members and Prime enrollees will be assigned or allowed to select a .
http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/600014p.pdf

AWSM - Active Duty Resources
Every member of the military should know about this resource. . equipment and combat conditions, as well as the quality of mental health issues. . Brave and courageous men and women have refused and challenged illegal and unlawful . and confidential psychological treatment to military service members (active duty, .
http://www.arlingtonwestsantamonica.org/ADR.html

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Veterans, soldiers protest inadequate mental health services at Fort ...
Jan 17, 2010 . Fort Hood demonstration for mental health services. On Jan. 15, more than 30 veterans, active-duty soldiers and military families demonstrated . were wars for the rich, and they had every right to refuse to take part in them.
http://www.answercoalition.org/march-forward/statements/veterans-soldiers-protest.html

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Physician (Psychiatry) - USAJOBS - Search Jobs
Apr 27, 2012 . The combined mission of the FHCC means active duty military and their family . outpatient child psychiatry services; substance abuse rehabilitation services; . Applicants who refuse to be tested will be denied employment.
http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetail/315410700

Forever Changed - Military Suicide Research Consortium
of soldiers, is second only to that in Active Duty Army soldiers . of symptomatic veterans received psychiatric services . Atrocities . . . refuse to be buried.
https://msrc.fsu.edu/system/files/Forever%20changed%20PTSD%20in%20female%20Military%20Veterans%20a%20case%20report.pdf

CHAPTER 2
Section A. Health Care for Active Duty Personnel. 1. Care at . Consent to and Refusal of Treatment .................................................................................11. 5. . All health care received at other treatment facilities (military/civilian) shall be . time , acute medical, surgical, or psychiatric facilities are required for CG personnel .
http://www.uscg.mil/health/cg1121/docs/pdf/MedMan.E.CH2.pdf

Our Health Policy Matters
1 day ago . And when states cut their existing state Medicaid programs or refuse to . These just count active duty military personnel who are diagnosed with a . we need to beef up mental health services to both active duty personnel .
http://pgionfriddo.blogspot.com/

Rape victims say military labels them 'crazy' - CNN.com
Apr 14, 2012 . Women accuse military of using psychiatric diagnoses to oust sexual . Legal Services Clinic under a Freedom of Information Act request. . from the military in 2011 after 17 years of active duty -- three years short of . For example, Gold says , someone who is fired from a job, stops eating, refuses to get out .
http://www.cnn.com/2012/04/14/health/military-sexual-assaults-personality-disorder/index.html


Afghanistan massacre by US sergeant reveals epidemic of psychiatric
Mar 13, 2012 . In the military today, soldiers who suffer TBIs -- Traumatic Brain . They are routinely treated with psychiatric drugs that have known side . An untold number of active-duty troops and recent veterans of the wars . Being an individual I was hazed and abused during my time in because I refused to conform.
http://www.naturalnews.com/035232_US_troops_psychiatric_drugs_Afghanistan.html

NAMI | Ron Morton
I could not refuse and I have not been sorry. . I understand the depth of the problems facing our active duty military. . military who has a secret clearance must report every 5 years whether or not they have received mental health services?
http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?Section=Candidates&Template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=120286

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Transformational Leadership Times 1.53: Military and Behavioral ...
Jul 20, 2009 . Stigma, normally associated with mental health care treatment, is less . stress disorder in Active-Duty Military Personnel in Primary Care Settings. Journal . A high number of patients refuse traditional mental health treatment.
http://voices.yahoo.com/transformational-leadership-times-153-military-and-3850638.html

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Mental Health Problems - Marine Corps Community Services
Use active listening skills so that the Marine may open up to you. . may not understand the special risks of the military environment or fitness-for-duty issues. . Sometimes the Marine may refuse to return to mental health for follow-up care.
http://www.usmc-mccs.org/leadersguide/emotional/mhproblems/mentallyill.htm

Jefferson County Mental Health » Services On Fort Drum
Mental Health Services is made of mental health providers that are trained in . If you are an active duty military member, you can call for an appointment. . anger control, communication skills, refusal skills for teens, parenting issues, and .
http://www.jeffcountymentalhealth.com/?page_id=125

TexVet manager at the Senate Veterans hearing | TexVet
Jul 16, 2012 . The many different helping institutions involved with military and . That leads to confusion, denial, refusal of care, and ultimately, wasted time for the Veteran. . to Iraq or Afghanistan report some sort of mental health issue, as many as . Active Duty troops have a lot of services at one of Texas' sixteen or so .
http://www.texvet.org/blogs/pjefferies/texvet-manager-senate-veterans-hearing

FAQs - TriWest Healthcare Alliance
Emotional & Mental Health Connections. Tweet . Sometimes children and adolescents will refuse to go to school or will skip school because of . Active duty military personnel always need a referral for care outside a military treatment facility.
http://www.triwest.com/en/beneficiary/behavioral-health/resource-center/childadolescent/school-refusal/faqs/

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DoD Instruction 6490.4
Establishes procedures for psychiatric hospitalization of active duty Service members. These procedures . about evaluations, treatment, and recommendations for administrative management of . This Instruction applies to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Military . If the Service member refuses or declines, the .
http://www.campbell.amedd.army.mil/BH/DoD%20Instruction%206490-4.pdf

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MENTAL HEALTH CARE—CAN THE USAF DO MORE TO ...
encourage help seeking behavior among its active duty members. . So why should the USAF military leader care about mental health issues? First, . treatment begins, or he or she may elect to refuse to sign the consent and leave without .
http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA398565

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PUBLIC POLICY PLATFORM NAMI
NAMI advocates for research and services in response to major illnesses that affect the brain, . Adults Who Are Veterans and Active Duty Military ....................... .........................7 . Mental Health Screening .................................................................... .....................13 . refusal to consent to screening as a basis for any adverse action .
http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?section=NAMI_Policy_Platform&Template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=38245

Controlling Costs for Inpatient CHAMPUS Psychiatric Care
In the past ten years, the costs for mental health treatment in the civilian health care sector . beneficiaries, 2.3 million are active duty military personnel who receive their care . important tool for my data collection, as OCHAMPUS refused to .
http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a261741.pdf

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Military Sexual Trauma - Mental Health
Jul 25, 2012 . OMHS internet page supporting treatment services for Veterans who have been the . with threats of negative consequences for refusing to be sexually . are an active duty service member and have been a victim of Military .
http://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/msthome.asp

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U.S. Soldiers Face Host of Mental Health Issues - Depression ...
Jan 25, 2012 . 25 (HealthDay News) -- U.S. military personnel and veterans are plagued . number of active duty personnel who need mental health services," .
http://www.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc.php?type=news&id=143614&cn=144

Treatment Options
When treating school refusal the primary treatment goal is to get children to return to . However, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry does not . Active duty military personnel always need a referral for care outside a .
http://www.triwest.com/en/beneficiary/behavioral-health/resource-center/childadolescent/school-refusal/treatment-options/

Factsheets : 354th Medical Group
Jan 13, 2011. dental clinic provides general dental care for all active-duty military members. . In addition, optometry, physical therapy and mental health support are available. . You have the right to refuse care as allowed by law.
http://www.eielson.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=5268

Understanding Behavioral Health - Humana Military Healthcare ...
Military treatment facility guidelines and policies may be different than . Active Duty Service Member.....................................................32 . emergency care or psychiatric health care facility. . Refusing to accept changes in your relationships .
http://www.humana-military.com/library/pdf/understanding-behavioral-health.pdf

Markham's Behavioral Health: Military using personality disorder ...
Mar 31, 2007 . One area of mental health( substance abuse counseling/treatment) had a staffing of 6-(3) active duty military professionals and (3) civilians .
http://behavioralhealth.typepad.com/markhams_behavioral_healt/2007/03/military_using_.html

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Afghanistan Massacre by U.S. Sergeant Reveals Epidemic of ...
Mar 13, 2012. USA - something the mainstream media typically refuses to report: . In the military today, soldiers who suffer TBIs - Traumatic Brain . They are routinely treated with psychiatric drugs that have known side effects of promoting violence. . An untold number of active-duty troops and recent veterans of the .
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_industrypsychiatry14.htm

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Chapter 4
and their families are potentially eligible for a wide array of mental health . health care coverage and benefits through TRICARE when on active duty, which . Active duty service members who are stationed on or near a military base will . (1) As a conscientious objector who refused to perform military duty, wear the .
http://www.nciom.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/MH_Ch4.pdf

Lifeline: Penn Medicine Mental Health Experts Work to Expand ...
Apr 11, 2012 . The usual care for these suicidal patients seen in the ED and other . Dr. Brown says that up to 50 percent of suicidal individuals refuse outpatient treatment altogether. . by the Army's Military Operational Medicine Research Program. . active duty service members who are being treated on a psychiatric .
http://news.pennmedicine.org/blog/2012/04/lifeline-penn-medicine-mental-health-experts-work-to-expand-suicide-prevention-strategies-in-the-emergency-department.html

Military women and suicide: Home safe but not sound - TODAY ...
May 25, 2012 . According to a study in Psychiatric Services, among women ages 18 to 34, . you consider that the active-duty military population is only 15 percent female. . His deputy Thurman Higginbotham refused to even answer most .
http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/47556147/ns/today-today_health/t/military-women-suicide-home-safe-not-sound/

Resources for Military Families | UNITED WAY OF UTAH COUNTY
There are many agencies that provide low-cost services and in some cases, can scale down . A member serving on active duty is entitled to basic pay. . Mental Health/Counseling, Eligible family members may be treated on a space . a complaint if an employer has failed or refused, or is about to fail or refuse, to comply .
http://www.unitedwayuc.org/find-help/resources-military-families

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Judith A. Black M.S., Doctoral Candidate
intervention, and counseling with active duty military and their families. . I completed my Masters of Human Services specializing in Mental Health Counseling . the right to refuse or discuss modification of any of my counseling techniques or .
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FAQs - TriWest Healthcare Alliance
Emotional & Mental Health Connections . The essential features of Anorexia Nervosa are the refusal to maintain a minimally normal body . Active duty military personnel always need a referral for care outside a military treatment facility.
http://www.triwest.com/en/beneficiary/behavioral-health/resource-center/emotional-well-being/eating-disorders/faqs/