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Military Personnel: DOD Has Taken Steps to Meet the Health Needs of Deployed Servicewomen, but Actions Are Needed to Enhance Care for Sexual Assault Victims
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Brenda S. Farrell (au)
The roles for women in the military have been expanding and evolving. Servicewomen today are integral to combat, combat support, and counterinsurgency operations, and serve in many roles they previously did not hold. This report conducted a review of the female-specific health care services provided by the Department of Defense (DOD) to female servicemembers, including the treatment of servicewomen who are victims of sexual assault. It evaluates the extent to which (1) DOD is addressing the health care needs of deployed servicewomen; (2) female-specific health care services are available to deployed servicewomen; and (3) medical and mental health care are available to servicewomen who are victims of sexual assault. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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