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Such differences explored in the report include health care, military sexual trauma, education, transition assistance, employment, disability compensation, housing and culture change, to name a few.
Female veterans present with distinctive needs from male veterans such as higher rates of PSTD and depression (Smith et ah, 2008; Tanielian et ah, 2008), higher incidence of military sexual trauma (MST), lower access rates of health care services through the Veterans' Administration (VA), and higher rates of homelessness (VA, 2012b).
Military sexual trauma, or MST, is another problem that is reaching epidemic-like proportions and affecting the workplace.
One in five seen at VA medical centers indicated “yes” in screenings for military sexual trauma.
She has now filed her case in the Department of Veterans Affairs for compensation related to military sexual trauma and appeal for an upgraded honourable discharge status.
Military sexual trauma often leads to debilitating conditions such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and major depression, according to the report.
This dynamic has created more opportunities for gender-specific deployment stressors, in particular sexual harassment and sexual assault, collectively referred to as military sexual trauma (MST) (for example, Gradus, Street, Kelly, & Stafford, 2008), as discussed below.
H C PALMER is a retired physician who dedicates his time to writing poems and working with veterans with Moral Injury, PTSD, TBI, Military Sexual Trauma as they return and adjust to a non-combat lifestyle.