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New active military, veteran health care books

Doody’s Core Titles publishes a “Doody’s Special Topics List” that brings together the top books on a given topic picked by content experts. In October 2023, Doody published a book list of Active Military & Veteran Health Care that librarians use to evaluate their collections and purchase new titles. Librarians Tallie Casucci and Alfred Mowdood used this list and their knowledge of the University of Utah research and clinical goals to purchase an additional 28 titles for the U Libraries.

Below are a few selected titles from the U Libraries catalog. A full list can be accessed here.

"Breastfeeding in Combat Boots: A Survival Guide to Successful Breastfeeding While Serving in the Military”

This book provides resources to help military parents who want to nurse their baby.

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"Caring for Veterans and Their Families: A Guide for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals”

Over half of all veterans in the United States use the private sector for their healthcare needs. Because these private healthcare professionals may not be trained in how to care for patients with a military background, this book provides a guide for providing culturally competent care for veterans and their families.

"Military Psychology: Clinical and Operational Applications

This book provides research-based resources for mental health prevention and intervention for veterans and service members in various settings.

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"Military Medical Ethics in Contemporary Armed Conflict: Mobilizing Medicine in the Pursuit of Just War"

This book integrates the ethics of war and the ethics of medicine to explore the unique intersection of what it means to practice ethical medicine during times of conflict.

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"School Supports for Students in Military Families"

This book provides resources for K-12 practitioners to help children and military families succeed in school while successfully navigating the challenges of military life.

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"Mindfulness for Warriors: Empowering First Responders to Reduce Stress and Build Resilience"

This book provides resources to help first responders develop practices to manage stress and other mental health challenges.

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