Predictors of academic success among college student veterans
This study is intended to assess veterans' experiences in college, and to determing what contributes to veteran success in school.read more>
Physical, sexual assault may raise Soldiers' suicide risk
January 22, 2013 – Results of a new National Center for Veterans Studies research study involving active duty Air Force personnel found that certain types of physical and sexual assault are associated with increased risk for suicide attempts and suicidal thoughts. Experiencing multiple forms of assault increased risk even further. read more>
Post-traumatic stress disorder can overwhelm Veteran Affairs – M. David Rudd
January 17th, 2013: US military veterans are honored by all upon arriving back from war and it is agreed that these brave men and women should receive the best health care possible after putting their lives on the line. Now more than ever, thousands of troops suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, but in some cases don't get treatment in a timely manner. Doctor David Rudd with the National Center for Veteran's Studies of the University of Utah gives us his take on the issue.