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Health Check via Mobile Videoconferencing

In 2007 and 2008 troops deployed to the Iraq “Surge” began returning home from deployments lasting as long as 15 months. Several staff members at the National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) were part of those extended tours and like many others wanted to spend their first days at home with their families, and most of all, out of uniform. Also like most others, they groaned at the announcement of another mandatory briefing or medical appointment, especially ones that either delayed a return home or were scheduled at times that interrupted the readjustment to home life.

JAMA Article on PTSD Coach

Support for veterans and other patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be as close as a mobile device, thanks to a new app created by the Department of Veterans Affairs’ National Center for PTSD and the Department of Defense’s National Center for Telehealth and Technology.

Mobile-phone apps aid in PTSD, brain injuries

The proliferation of new-age technology has made our lives easier in a wide variety of ways, some of which we never envisioned until "there was an app for that."

Now mobile-phone "apps," or applications, have gone far beyond mere conveniences to genuinely helping heal the wounds of war.

T2 Apps highlighted on "newsy.com"

Interview with Jim Flink of "Newsy.com"

Jim Flink from Newsy.com hightlights several news articles on the moblie applications that can help people with PTSD. 

T2 on PBS - KCTS 9

T2 on PBS - KCTS 9

Dr. Greg Gahm, Director of the National Center of Technology, and host Enrique Cerna of KCTS9 Connects talk about Virtual PTSD and mobile applications helping people with traumatic issues. This video hightlights how the National Center for Teleheath and Technology (T2) is treating PTSD through virtual reality and use of mobile applications.

 

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