PTSD: National Center for PTSD
Dawne Vogt, PhD
Dawne Vogt, PhD
Women's Health Sciences Division
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- Boston University School of Medicine, Professor of Psychiatry
- Northeastern University, Experimental Psychology, PhD, 1999
- Northeastern University, Experimental Psychology, MA, 1995
- Central Connecticut State University, Psychology, BA, 1993
Expertise and Interests
- Social Determinants of Military Veterans' Health, Health-Care Use, and Well-Being
- Measurement in Stress and Trauma Research
- Gender Differences in Military Stress and Post-Military Health and Well-being
- Stigma and other Barriers to Mental Health Treatment and VA Care
Membership in Professional Societies
- International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
- Five Eyes International Veteran Research Network, Consortium of Government Researchers from United States, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, and New Zealand
Vogt, Tyrell, Bramande, Nillni, Taverna, Finley, Perkins, & Copeland (in press). U.S. military veterans' health and well-being in the first year after service. American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
Vogt, D., Danitz, S. B., Fox, A. B., Sanders, W., & Smith, B. N. (2019). Do functional impairments promote or hinder mental health treatment seeking: Differential results for women and men. Psychiatry Research, 217, 614-620.
Vogt, D., Taverna, E., Nillni, Y. I., Booth, B., Perkins, D. F., Copeland, L. A., Finley, E. P., Tyrell, F. A., & Gilman, C. L. (2019). Development and validation of a tool to assess military veterans' status, functioning, and satisfaction with key aspects of their lives. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 11(2), 328-349.
Vogt, D., Perkins, D.F., Copeland, L.A., Finley, E.P., Jamieson, C.S., Lederer, S., & Gilman, C.L. (2018). Cohort Profile: The Veterans Metrics Initiative Study of U.S. Veterans' Experiences during their Transition from Military Service. BMJ Open. 8:e020734. doi:10.1136//bmjopen-2017-020734
Vogt, D., Smith, B. N., Fox, A. B., Amoroso, T., Taverna, E. & Schnurr, P. P. (2017). Consequences of PTSD for the work and family quality of life of female and male U.S. Afghanistan and Iraq War veterans. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 52, 341-352.
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