Knowledge around the PTSD patient journey and how individuals progress from the moment of trauma to diagnosis and treatment is limited, particularly within the non-military US population. A recently completed retrospective chart review study conducted to improve our overall understanding of the journey of non-military individuals diagnosed with PTSD in the US, highlights the significant delay from symptom development to PTSD diagnosis and the overall unmet need for effective management and treatment. Data from this study will be presented and attendees can expect to learn about the patient journey as well as current real-world treatment patterns and challenges.
Describe the overall burden of PTSD in a non-military civilian population in the United States
Describe the complex journey of individuals diagnosed with PTSD from experience of trauma to treatment and management
Identify opportunities for improving the patient experience