Military Psychiatry: Preparing in Peace for War
by Franklin D. Jones, et al.
Publisher: Borden Institute 1994
The book is a series of excellent articles with a strong research base. Areas of interest include addressing burnout, ethical issues, consultation to command, psychiatric aspects of disease in service members, training program guidelines, terrorism, hostage negotiation, and much more.
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by David R. Franz - U.S. Army Medical Research
This manual provides basic information on biological toxins to health-care providers to help them make decisions on protecting their troops. Much of the information will also be of interest to individuals charged with countering terrorism.
by Harry J. Thie - RAND Corporation
To reduce costs and increase interoperability of the military services, a joint medical education and training campus is being established at Fort Sam Houston, Texas with a view to consolidating training across the services.
This text provides guidance to health care providers, allied medical personnel, and unit commanders and leaders to develop an evidence-based prevention program to protect military personnel from cold stress and associated adverse health effects.
by Ronald F. Bellamy, et al. - Office of the Surgeon General
Conventional munitions will be a significant source of casualties regardless of the sophisticated weaponry. Ballistic, blast, and burn injuries will continue to demand the attention of the medical corps in order to provide the best possible care.