Conquer Panic: a Case Study on Integrating Technology into a Compressed Panic Disorder Treatment for Rural Veterans View Full Text


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DATE

2019-03

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James D. Broussard, Emily L. Hiatt, Ellen J. Teng

ABSTRACT

In recent years, much of the innovation in patient care at the Veterans Health Administration has focused on improving access to behavioral health treatments. One innovation that can address barriers faced by veterans, especially those living in rural areas, is the use of digital tools such as smartphone applications (apps). This study is a pilot of a newly developed app, entitled Conquer Panic, which is integrated with intensive panic control treatment, a compressed group treatment for panic disorder. Two Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans used the Conquer Panic app as an integrated component of their treatment. Descriptive information obtained from the veterans’ treatment records is presented along with a summary of the veterans’ panic symptoms from pretreatment to 6 months following treatment. In addition, structured feedback given by the veterans concerning the treatment package, as a whole, and the Conquer Panic app are provided. Overall, both veterans indicated favorable opinions of the treatment package and the Conquer Panic app. Benefits of the Conquer Panic app included carry-over of primary treatment components beyond the provider-delivered phase of treatment, accessibility of information before and during actual panic attacks, and ease of use. Also, both veterans demonstrated marked reductions in panic symptom severity following the integrated treatment. Implications of these treatment innovations are discussed along with recommendations and future directions for combining novel service-delivery methods. More... »

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53-57

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