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"Rule Number Two: Lessons I Learned in a Combat Hospital"

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    What are the expectations and realities of treatment in the surreal environment of a combat hospital, where 'incoming' is a threat to both doctor and patient? Dr. Heidi Kraft, clinical psychologist, and Deputy Manager for the Navy's Combat and Operational Stress Control Program in San Diego, California, discusses her memoir based upon time spent as the officer in charge of a combat stress platoon in Iraq with your host, Dr. Gary Kohn.

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    What are the expectations and realities of treatment in the surreal environment of a combat hospital, where 'incoming' is a threat to both doctor and patient? Dr. Heidi Kraft, clinical psychologist, and Deputy Manager for the Navy's Combat and Operational Stress Control Program in San Diego, California, discusses her memoir based upon time spent as the officer in charge of a combat stress platoon in Iraq with your host, Dr. Gary Kohn.

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