Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Military social work: Combat Fatigue Irritability (1945).

May is National Mental Health Month and Military Appreciation Month. In 1945, Gene Kelly directed and starred in Combat Fatigue Irritability, which told the story of a sailor experiencing PTSD. Psychoanalyst Kerry Kelly Novick, the daughter of Gene Kelly, discusses the film on the National Library of Medicine's Circulating Now Web page.

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