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Rural Provider PTSD Toolkit

Optimizing Rural Care
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  Managing suicide risk, professional isolation, and providing care in areas lacking PTSD specialty providers can be daunting for the rural provider. Thankfully, technology advancements provide a critical reprieve. Online communities foster growth and mentoring among providers, and for patients, a growing number of health care organizations are now offering virtual treatment to the clinic or directly to a patient's home. This section of the toolkit offers tips for building a community of practice and ideas on how to incorporate telehealth, mobile apps, and online tools into your care, as well as strategies for managing suicide risk among rural patients.

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Also see: VA Mental Health

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