Military offers more support for returning nurses

10/4/2010 | Nurse.com

Military nurses serving in Afghanistan and Iraq get more support to share their experiences and more treatment for potential psychological problems, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, than nurses who served in past wars. In North Carolina, the Army Nurse Corps Association and Army Nurse Corps organized a gathering where new and veteran military nurses recounted their experiences during war and the psychological effects of service.

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