Losing a Veteran to brain injury, PTSD, or suicide can impact all of us. This webinar includes the complexity of compounding risk factors and treatment strategies to improve Veteran care.


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  1. There is no conflict of interest for anyone with ability to control content of this activity.
  2. Criteria for successful completion include watching the webinar and submitting the digital feedback form. Certificate will be emailed to you upon completion.
  3. Montana Nurses Association is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
  4. This activity is available for contact hours through 12/31/22.

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PTSD, TBI, and Suicide: Overlapping Risks and Psychosocial Challenges in Veteran Care

Cindi Laukes, MA, MFA

Cindi Laukes, MA, MFA, is Director and COO of the Neural Injury Center at the University of Montana, where she directs a research and clinical team with a focus on brain injury screening, research, and innovation. Serving veterans is at the heart of the Center’s mission. She is a Research Faculty Affiliate in UM’s School of Integrative Physiology and Athletic Training, and a Translational Research Navigator for the University of Washington. She was one of nine Patient Centered Outcomes Research Scholars at the University of Washington (2015-2017). Ms. Laukes has 24 years of experience in clinical research and patient assessment, and has directed or managed over 300 research projects. She has worked for many years with both veteran and tribal communities. She previously held positions at Providence St. Patrick Hospital-Missoula, the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center-Tucson, and the University of Iowa Hospital-Iowa City, and has her own consulting business.