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Clinical Support Tools

The Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense develop clinical practice guidelines for several psychological health conditions, substance use disorders, suicide risk, and other conditions. Guidelines improve patient care by reducing variation in practice and systematizing best practices. CPGs are intended for use as a tool to assist a health care providers and should not be used to replace clinical judgment.

The latest versions of the full guidelines, along with related materials such as provider and patient summaries and provider pocket cards, are available for download from the Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Practice Guidelines WebsiteVA/DOD Clinical Practice Guidelines website.

PHCoE has created resources that complement psychological health CPGs. These resources, called clinical support tools, condense CPG material, highlight critical information, and present it in a digestible manner. CSTs are not intended to replace or supersede CPGs; rather, they address a particular aspect of a CPG or help to disseminate knowledge about the evidence-based treatments to patients, families, and military leaders.

PHCoE currently offers CSTs addressing the following psychological health conditions:

Last Updated: May 21, 2024
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