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Abstract

The term translational research is typically used to refer both to “bench to bedside” research, in which preclinical research findings inform the development of novel therapeutics, and to the dissemination of new treatments to the community to encourage the use of the new health practices and treatments. Both definitions are germane to understanding the evidence base for treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) today. This article offers () an overview of evidence-based treatments for PTSD, () a description of a translational model of PTSD, and () a discussion of common barriers to dissemination and implementation of the empirically validated treatments. Recent studies in the field are discussed with a focus on pharmacotherapies, psychotherapies, and combined treatments.

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2014-01-14
2024-06-14
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