An Evaluation of the Implementation and Perceived Utility of the Airman Resilience Training Program
The U.S. Department of Defense has implemented many programs to support service members experiencing difficulties handling stress, mental health problems, or deficits caused by a traumatic brain injury. This report describes RAND’s assessment of one such program, Airman Resilience Training (ART), an Air Force psychoeducational program designed to improve airmen’s reactions to stress during and after deployment.
Subjects: Psychology, Business, Health Sciences
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