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(p. 31) Impact of Military Culture on the Clinician and Clinical Practice 

(p. 31) Impact of Military Culture on the Clinician and Clinical Practice
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(p. 31) Impact of Military Culture on the Clinician and Clinical Practice
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William L. Brim

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199928262.003.0007
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date: 13 December 2019

Like members of any culture, Service members, Veterans, and their families have a right to feel understood and respected and to have their problems readily identified and addressed in an effective, safe, and timely manner. It is only through actively seeking knowledge in the military culture that health-care professionals can accurately assess and accommodate for the ongoing impact of military service on their patient’s lives, well-being, and treatment.

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