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My first patient who used a mobile app in therapy worked in the Texas oilfields. When I was a young clinician, I was introduced to integrating mobile apps during my time at a Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Primary Care-Mental Health Integration clinic in rural Texas.

As the Education and Training Program lead at Defense Health Agency (DHA) Connected Health, I get a lot of questions from providers about what to expect from one of our mobile health training workshops. My answer?

Whenever there’s an incident involving deadly force in the military, a review is conducted afterward.

If you're receiving counseling, at some point your health care provider may ask you to consider using a mobile app to help with your therapy.

I am a reluctant newcomer to Twitter. Like many in my age bracket, I found it overwhelming and annoying at first glance. However, I’ve grudgingly become a regular user and now I think of tweeting as an additional opportunity to reach our health care teams and beneficiaries.

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