Veteran Suicide & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder BundleVeteran Suicide & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Bundle

Veteran suicide has become a national imperative. Eighteen veterans kill themselves daily. An average of one active-duty GI commits suicide every 1.1 days. More GIs deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan will die from suicide than from combat. These troubling facts are undeniable.

To help educate readers on this critical situation, APHA Press has published, with the assistance from the Veterans Administration: Veteran Suicide: A Public Health Imperative, edited by Robert M. Bossarte, PhD (978-0-87553-211-0) $26.00 for APHA member and list price for non-members $37.50.

The research represented by the collection of manuscripts included in this volume is an important step towards addressing the national problem of suicide and a reminder that even one death by suicide is too many. -- Janet Kemp, RN, Ph.D., VA National Mental Health Program Director, Suicide Prevention and Community Engagement

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Chronic Health Conditions, edited by Stephen S. Coughlin, PhD, 978-087553-0161, $28.50 for APHA members and list price for non-members $40.00.

The focus of this book is on the relationships between PTSD and chronic health conditions including other psychiatric conditions; substance abuse and dependency; chronic pain; obesity, diabetes, and the metabolic syndrome; cardiovascular disease; and traumatic brain injury. It is a collaboration of senior scientists and clinicians from the Department of Veterans Affairs and leading academic institutions

Purchase both Veteran Suicide and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Chronic Health Conditions together and save up to 10%!

APHA members $49.00 and list price for non-members $70.00

Non-member price: 85.00
APHA member price: 59.50
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