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New PTSD study recruiting

New PTSD study recruiting military members, women and children to participate

OMAHA, Neb. (Nov 14, 2017) A new study at Creighton University is looking for a few good men, women and children who are military veterans or have witnessed violence to be a part of a clinical trial for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Psychology Professor Amy Badura-Brack, PhD, of Creighton University, the lead investigator, received a $1.2 million grant from At Ease USA for Attention Control Training clinical trials, an innovative therapy for military veterans with PTSD. Through a partnership with the Women’s Center for Advancement (WCA) the study will also be available for women and children who have been a victim of or have witnessed violence.

The free computer training is quick and simple and may be able to reduce symptoms of PTSD. A stipend is available for study participants.

For more information contact Dr. Badura-Brack at or call 402-280-1229.

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