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Resources by Topic: Stress and stress disorders

Applying the Principles for Digital Development: Case Study of a Smartphone App to Support Collaborative Care for Rural Patients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder or Bipolar Disorder
Examines ways of incorporating a patient-provider mobile health (mHealth) platform to support the delivery of primary care based mental health services in rural patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and/or bipolar disorder.
Author(s): Amy M. Bauer, Sarah Hodsdon, Jared M. Bechtel, John C. Fortney
Citation: Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(6), e10048
Date: 06/2018
Type: Document
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Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Driver of the Opioid Epidemic
Webinar recording discusses the role adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in the opioid epidemic. Defines ACEs and looks at rates of substance abuse. Highlights data nationally and specific to West Virginia.
Additional links: Webinar Slides
Author(s): Michael R. Brumage
Date: 06/2018
Type: Video/Multimedia
Sponsoring organization: North Central Regional Center for Rural Development
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Promoting Optimal Native Outcomes (PONO) by Understanding Women's Stress Experiences
Analyzes psychosocial stressors in women, aged 18-35, living in a rural Hawaiian community with a large Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander population to promote optimal native outcomes (PONO). Gathered information from 36 women participating in focus groups and identified seven stressor themes: intimate relationships; family and home life; child rearing; time for self; neighborhood environment; workplace; and finances.
Author(s): May Okihiro, Lisa Duke, Deborah Goebert, et al.
Citation: The Journal of Primary Prevention, 38(1-2), 159-173
Date: 04/2017
Type: Document
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Bridging Gaps in Mental Health Care: Lessons Learned from the Welcome Back Veterans Initiative
Details a study on the role of privately funded programs filling in the gaps between the Military Health System (MHS), the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), and civilian healthcare providers in providing mental healthcare to veterans returning from deployment.
Date: 2017
Type: Document
Sponsoring organization: RAND Corporation
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Trends in Emergency Department Visits Involving Mental and Substance Use Disorders, 2006-2013
Reports on emergency department visits involving three categories of behavioral health disorders: substance use disorders; depression, anxiety or stress reactions; and psychoses or bipolar disorders. Figure 4 and Table 4 provide data on each type of visit based on the location of patient residence for metropolitan, micropolitan, and noncore (rural) areas.
Author(s): Audrey J. Weiss, Marguerite L. Barrett, Kevin C. Heslin, Carol Stocks
Date: 12/2016
Type: Document
Sponsoring organization: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
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A Pilot Videoconference Group Stress Management Program in Cancer Survivors: Lessons Learned
Discusses the advantages and barriers of developing and implementing a group-based videoconference program that provides interventions to improve the psychosocial outcomes of rural cancer patients following treatment.
Author(s): Eric Zhou, Ann Partridge, Jaime Blackmon, Evan Morgan, Christopher Recklitis
Citation: Rural and Remote Health, 16, 3863
Date: 06/2016
Type: Document
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Telephone-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Telephone-Delivered Nondirective Supportive Therapy for Rural Older Adults With Generalized Anxiety Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Analyzes therapy provided over the phone and its impact on symptoms of anxiety and depression among aging populations in rural areas that lack mental health services.
Author(s): Gretchen A. Brenes, Suzanne C. Danhauer, Mary F. Lyles, Patricia E. Hogan, Michael E. Miller
Citation: JAMA Psychiatry, 72(10), 1012-1020
Date: 08/2015
Type: Document
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Development of a Faith-Based Stress Management Intervention in a Rural African American Community
Findings from interviews conducted in 2011 with 24 African American men who had stress or depressive symptoms, and who participated in Trinity Life Management, a faith-based program in the Mississippi River Delta region of northeastern Arkansas.
Author(s): Keneshia Bryant, Todd Moore, Nathaniel Willis, Kristie Hadden
Citation: Progress in Community Health Partnerships, 9(3), 423-430
Date: 2015
Type: Document
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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and HIV Risk Behaviors among Rural American Indian/Alaska Native Women
Seeks to inform HIV intervention and prevention activities by examining how post-traumatic stress disorder, binge drinking, and HIV sexual risk behavior relate to one another among Native American women.
Author(s): Cynthia R. Pearson, Debra Kaysen, Annie Belcourt, et al.
Citation: American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 22(3)
Date: 2015
Type: Document
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A Cross-Sectional Study of Stressors Among Farmers in Eastern North Carolina
A study identifying stressors among farmers in North Carolina as a method in the development of targeted strategies and services to reduce stress and improve health outcomes.
Author(s): Gregory D. Kearney, Ann P. Rafferty, Lauren R. Hendricks, et al.
Citation: North Carolina Medical Journal, 75(6), 384-392
Date: 11/2014
Type: Document
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