von Wolff, A., L. P. Holzel, A. Westphal, M. Harter, and L. Kriston. 2012. Combination of pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy in the treatment of chronic depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Psychiatry 12(1):61.

Vythilingam, M., J. Davison, C. Engel, and H. V. Ritschard. 2010. Training to Administer DOD Deployment Mental Health Assessments. Washington, DC: Department of Defense.

Warden, D., A. J. Rush, M. H. Trivedi, M. Fava, and S. R. Wisniewski. 2007. The STAR*D project results: A comprehensive review of findings. Current Psychiatry Reports 9(6):449-459.

Warner, C. H., G. N. Appenzeller, T. Grieger, S. Belenkiy, J. Breitbach, J. Parker, C. M. Warner, and C. Hoge. 2011a. Importance of anonymity to encourage honest reporting in mental health screening after combat deployment. Archives of General Psychiatry 68(10):1065-1071.

Warner, C. H., G. N. Appenzeller, J. R. Parker, C. M. Warner, and C. W. Hoge. 2011b. Effectiveness of mental health screening and coordination of in-theater care prior to deployment to Iraq: A cohort study. American Journal of Psychiatry 168(4):378-385.

Watkins, K. E., and H. A. Pincus. 2011. Veterans Health Administration Mental Health Program Evaluation Capstone Report. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation.

Watkins, K. E., D. J. Keyser, B. Smith, T. E. Mannle, D. R. Kivlahan, S. M. Paddock, T. Mattox, M. Horvitz-Lennon, and H. A. Pincus. 2010. Transforming mental healthcare in the Veterans Health Administration: A model for measuring performance to improve access, quality, and outcomes. Journal for Healthcare Quality 32(6):33-42.

Watkins, K. E., H. A. Pincus, S. Paddock, B. Smith, A. Woodroffe, C. Farmer, M. E. Sorbero, M. Horvitz-Lennon, T. Mannle, Jr., K. A. Hepner, J. Solomon, and C. Call. 2011. Care for veterans with mental and substance use disorders: Good performance, but room to improve on many measures. Health Affairs 30(11):2194-2203.

Weathers, F., J. Huska, and T. M. Keane. 1991. PTSD Checklist—Military Version (PCL-M). http://www.metrowestneurofeedback.com/files/62410952_ptsd_checklist.pdf (accessed March 15, 2011).

Weightman, M. M., R. Bolgla, K. L. McCulloch, and M. D. Peterson. 2010. Physical therapy recommendations for service members with mild traumatic brain injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 25(3):206-218.

WHO (World Health Organization). 2009. Guidelines for the Psychosocially Assisted Pharmacological Treatment of Opioid Dependence. Geneva, Switzerland: WHO.

Wilkins, K. C., A. J. Lang, and S. B. Norman. 2011. Synthesis of the psychometric properties of the PTSD Checklist (PCL) military, civilian, and specific versions. Depression and Anxiety 28(7):596-606.

Wittkampf, K. A., L. Naeije, A. H. Schene, J. Huyser, and H. C. van Weert. 2007. Diagnostic accuracy of the mood module of the patient health questionnaire: A systematic review. General Hospital Psychiatry 29(5):388-395.

Woodson, J. 2011. Military Suicide: An Update. Washington, DC: House Armed Services Committee, Military Personnel Subcommittee.

Yano, E. M., E. F. Chaney, D. G. Campbell, R. Klap, B. F. Simon, L. M. Bonner, A. B. Lanto, and L. V. Rubenstein. 2012. Yield of practice-based depression screening in VA primary care settings. Journal of General Internal Medicine 27(3):331-338.

Zoroya, G. 2011. More Troops’ Mild Brain Trauma Diagnosed. http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/military/story/2011-09-27/military-diagnoses-more-brain-injuries-trauma-battle-combat-policy/50575536/1 (accessed March 22, 2012).

The National Academies | 500 Fifth St. N.W. | Washington, D.C. 20001
Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use and Privacy Statement