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M2VA Volume 18, Issue 2

In This Issue

Creative Advances

Creative Advances

What if a single needle prick cured post-traumatic stress? Or an ancient remedy stopped suicidal thoughts? Or virtual reality replaced traditional therapy?  ...

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Deep Breaths

Deep Breaths

It doesn’t take any sort of formal medical training to comprehend how crucial oxygen is when treating wounded warriors, whether that treatment needs to takes place right on...

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From Veteran Medic to Physician Assistant

From Veteran Medic to Physician Assistant

Physician assistants (PAs) are among the most highly paid individuals with master’s degrees. According to the most recent surveys, in 2012 the annual median salary for the ...

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Industry Interview: Emerald Coast Behavioral Hospital

Industry Interview: Emerald Coast Behavioral Hospital

An interview with Roy Deal, M.D., Medical Director and Service Director for Military Resiliency Unit, Emerald Coast Behavioral Hospital...

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Protecting the Most Vulnerable

Protecting the Most Vulnerable

Abductions of infants from maternity wards are a relatively rare occurrence in the United States, but when they do occur they sometimes make headlines. Hospitals have seen ...

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Q&A: Lieutenant General (Dr.) Thomas W. Travis

Q&A: Lieutenant General (Dr.) Thomas W. Travis

Exclusive cover Q&A with Lieutenant General (Dr.) Thomas W. Travis, Surgeon General, U.S. Air Force...

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Wound Care Training

Wound Care Training

The kinds of aid available for wound care training range from the very low tech to the very high tech. Low-tech tools include teaching by showing students pictures and diag...

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