PTSD 101 Presenter: William P. Nash, MD
William P. Nash, MD
United States Navy
William P. Nash, MD, has completed nearly thirty years of active military service, including as Captain in the U.S. Navy Medical Corps. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois, College of Medicine, in Chicago, and of psychiatry residency training at Naval Medical Center, San Diego.
In addition to leading two Navy SPRINT crisis response teams, he has directed two Navy psychiatry residency training programs, and has served as the Director of Clinical Services of the hospital ship USNS MERCY.
CAPT Nash has been stationed with the Marine Corps since 2000, including deploying to Iraq in 2004 with the 1st Marine Division as a psychiatrist embedded with ground combat forces. He was awarded a bronze star medal for his service in Iraq in support of combat operations there.
Since October, 2005, CAPT Nash has been stationed at Headquarters, Marine Corps, in Quantico, Virginia, where he directs and coordinates combat/operational stress control policies and programs for the United States Marine Corps. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego, and has co-edited a book on combat stress injuries released in 2006.
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