Content Resources

Aponte M., Cherry S., Fitzelle G., Holder K.A., Kagniniwa B., Montgomery S., Hilaire A.S., Thomas E. “America’s Women Veterans: Military Service History and VA Benefit Utilization Statistics.” National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics. (Nov 2011) https://www.va.gov/vetdata/docs/specialreports/final_womens_report_3_2_12_v_7.pdf
Collins, Jones, MSN, CNS, NP. “Challenges Facing Today’s Female Veterans and Warriors.” (Apr 2016) Microsoft PowerPoint File.
Dutra L., Grubbs K., Greene C., Trego L.L., McCartin T.L., Kloezeman K., Morland L. “Women at War: Implications for Mental Health.” Journal of Trauma and Dissociation. Vol. 12. Issue 1 (2010).
Kime, P. “Incidents of Rape in Military Much Higher than Previously Reported.” Military Times. (Dec 2014) https://www.militarytimes.com/2014/12/04/incidents-of-rape-in-military-much-higher-than-previously-reported/
Krajewski-Jaime E. R., Whitehead M., and Kellman-Fritz J. “Challenges and Needs Faced by Female Combat Veterans.” The International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society. Vol. 3, Issue 2 (2013), 73-83.
Leardmann C.A., Pietrucha A., Magruder K.M., Smith B., Murdoch M., Jacobson I.G., Ryan M.A., Racketeer G., Smith T.C.. “Combat Deployment is Associated with Sexual Harassment or Sexual Assault in a Large, Female Military Cohort. Women’s Health Issues. Vol. 23. Issue 4. (Jul-Aug 2013).
Lineman, A. “The Suicide Rate Among Female Veterans Is on The Rise, And Experts Have No Idea Why.” (Apr 2017) http://taskandpurpose.com/suicide-rate-among-female-veterans-rise-experts-no-idea/ Maguen S., Luxton D.D., Skopp N.A., and Madden E. “Gender Differences in Traumatic Experiences and Mental Health in Active Duty Soldiers Re-Deployed from Iraq and Afghanistan.” Journal of Psychiatric Research. Vol. 68, Issue 3 (Mar 2012), 311-316.
Munsey C. “Women and War: Researchers find a link between sexual trauma and post-deployment PTSD, but signs of resilience, too.” American Psychological Association.” Vol. 40, Issue 8. (Sep 2008).
Olson W. “Sexual Harassment, Assault More Likely for Deployed Women Who Saw Combat.” Stars and Stripes. (Sep 2013). https://www.stripes.com/news/sexual-harassment-assault-more-likely-for-deployed-women-who-saw-combat-1.243735#
“Traumatic Stress in Women Veterans” U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for PTSD. https://www.ptsd.va.gov/public/ptsd-overview/women/traumatic-stress-female-vets.asp

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