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Military Sexual Trauma 

Military Sexual Trauma
Military Sexual Trauma

Elizabeth H. Anderson

and Alina Surís

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date: 16 January 2021

Military sexual trauma (MST) is a term used to describe sexual assault and threatening sexual harassment that occur while an individual is on active duty. The unique characteristics of military sexual trauma, the negative psychological and medical sequelae, and the prevalence rates are reviewed. Recommended treatments and military and community resources are also discussed.

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