An assessment of the treatment needs of Vietnam-era veterans.

TitleAn assessment of the treatment needs of Vietnam-era veterans.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1984
JournalHospital & community psychiatry

A needs assessment was conducted to determine the existence and extent of differences between Vietnam-era veterans and other veterans residing within the catchment area of the Northport Veterans Administration Medical Center. The results of a questionnaire completed by 486 veterans indicated that, compared with World War II and Korean War veterans, a greater percentage of Vietnam-era veterans reported experiencing the symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. They also reported more situational adjustment problems. A great number of Vietnam-era veterans expressed a need for psychotherapy and anger-control therapy, and they generally preferred to be treated with other Vietnam-era veterans who have had similar combat experience.

Short TitleHosp Community Psychiatry
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