The PILOTS Database
The PILOTS Database
An Electronic Index to Traumatic Stress Literature
The PILOTS Database is an electronic index to the worldwide literature on PTSD and other mental health consequences of exposure to traumatic events. Unlike other databases, the PILOTS Database does not restrict its coverage to articles appearing in selected journals. It attempts to include all publications relevant to PTSD and other forms of traumatic stress, whatever their origin without disciplinary, linguistic, or geographic limitations.
If you are using the PILOTS Database for the first time, please refer to the new User Guide and Quick Start Guide for search and syntax requirements.
PILOTS stands for: Published International Literature on Traumatic Stress.
The PILOTS Database is produced by the National Center for PTSD, and is electronically available to the public. There is no charge for using the database, and no account or password is required. Although it is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the PILOTS Database is not limited to literature on PTSD among Veterans.
Each record in PILOTS is a representation of a document, containing:
The PILOTS Database is intended to enable users to identify those publications that contain the information they need. PILOTS citations are not intended to substitute for the documents they represent; in no case should the information contained in a PILOTS citation be used as the basis for a clinical decision. As with any bibliographical compilation, it is the responsibility of the compilers to provide accurate bibliographical information. It is always the responsibility of the user to determine whether the information he or she finds is applicable to the situation at hand, and to use the best professional judgment in its application.
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The PILOTS Database is produced by:
at the Executive Division of the National Center for PTSD in White River Junction, Vermont.
Date Created: See last Reviewed/Updated Date below.