Last May, you likely received a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder kit, which was a part of the Indiana State Medical Association Alliance’s “Treat the Troops, Mental Health Matters” campaign. The kit contained a screening tool to help you diagnose, treat and refer patients experiencing PTSD.
If you were one of nearly 1,300 Indiana primary care physicians to receive one of the kits, we want to know what you thought of it, and whether you used it or plan to use it.
The Military Family Research Institute of Purdue University has prepared a brief survey to help us determine the effectiveness and impact of the screening tool.
Please complete this survey here.
You can download the PTSD screen form on the ISMA website.