Bixler says that, while Penn State had worked with the military before, it hadn’t yet done anything on this specific topic. She was enthusiastic about the idea of using national partnerships with federal behavioral health agencies in Pennsylvania to benefit the state’s Guards and Reserves, and she got to work right away drafting up a budget. However, being a self-sustaining CME department that must cover all direct costs involved with an activity, “We quickly realized ...

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