PTSD: A Panel Discussion
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that is triggered by experiencing or witnessing a terrifying or traumatic event. It is not a unusual for veterans returning from war to experience this condition, whether the condition is brief, prolonged, or permanent. It is estimated that 11-20% of veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are suffering from PTSD. This panel discussion approaches the complex issue of PTSD from multiple perspectives. Panelists include Kimberly Dozier, 2014-15 Omar N. Bradley Chair in Strategic Leadership; Wendy Moffat, professor, Dickinson College; Rebecca Porter, commander, Dunham U.S. Army Health Clinic, Carlisle Barracks; and David Wood, senior military correspondent for The Huffington Post.
post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD, veterans, war, United States, military service, Iraq, Afghanistan
Mental Disorders | Military and Veterans Studies | Psychology
Dozier, Kimberly, Wendy Moffat, Rebecca Porter, and David Wood. "PTSD: A Panel Discussion." Ensemble video, 01:23:03. November 11, 2014. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/r7P6FmNf