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(p. 217) Serious Mental Illness in the Military Setting 

(p. 217) Serious Mental Illness in the Military Setting
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(p. 217) Serious Mental Illness in the Military Setting
Author(s):

David F. Tharp

and Eric C. Meyer

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199928262.003.0044
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date: 22 October 2020

Serious Mental Illness (SMI) typically emerges during early adulthood when most people enter military service. SMI is a disqualifying condition for military service. Early identification and evidence-based intervention is critical. This chapter provides an overview of prevalence, assessment, and treatment, as well as the impact of SMI on military personnel.

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