Sunday, November 04, 2007

Discussing Combat PTSD on Midmorning w/Kerri Miller, Mary Jane PoppOff Shows

Passing along news of my two upcoming radio interviews discussing combat PTSD this week. Minnesota Public Radio's Midmorning with Kerri Miller show has invited me on tomorrow morning. And on Wednesday afternoon, I'll appear on the Mary Jane PoppOff Show. Both have online streams.


Monday, November 5

MPR's Midmorning with Kerri Miller :: PTSD on the rise
A recent study from the Department of Veterans Affairs shows that the number of Iraq and Afghanistan vets diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder is rising rapidly, and some say the VA is failing to meet the mental health needs of returning soldiers.

Audio of program available online.


Wednesday, November 7

KAHI's Mary Jane PoppOff Show
Begins 1:30 pm CST/11:30 am PST :: Listen live

Last month's NECN interview is now available online, too.

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