Project SERVE

Project SERVE Sleep Enhancement for Returning Veterans www.ProjectServeSleep.com Researchers from Stanford University and the VA Palo Alto Health Care System are studying the impact of a behavioral insomnia treatment among veterans.

Treatment may be undertaken in addition to other medical or mental health treatments.

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Please support our veterans and research program at Stanford!
10/08/2016

Please support our veterans and research program at Stanford!

Project SERVE: Sleep Enhancement for Returning Veterans

Paid insomnia research study at Stanford. Fill out this confidential interest form and we will contact you!

https://redcap.stanford.edu/surveys/?s=gAgch8

Are you a military veteran, experiencing difficulty sleeping? Check out our website for Project SERVE: Sleep Enhancement...
09/29/2016

Are you a military veteran, experiencing difficulty sleeping? Check out our website for Project SERVE: Sleep Enhancement for Returning Veterans.

http://projectservesleep.com

Project SERVE is currently recruiting veterans of all eras within the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Click the link bel...
09/29/2016

Project SERVE is currently recruiting veterans of all eras within the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Click the link below to find out if you may be eligible!

www.projectservesleep.com/am-i-eligible/

Sleep disturbances are overrepresented in veterans and experienced as a normal reaction to combat service, a new article...
09/29/2016
Insomnia Can Worsen PTSD, Depression And Anxiety In Returning War Veterans

Sleep disturbances are overrepresented in veterans and experienced as a normal reaction to combat service, a new article reports.

Visit our website to learn more about our insomnia treatment for military service members.

www.medicaldaily.com/insomnia-can-worsen-ptsd-depression-and-anxiety-returning-war-veterans-247233

www.projectservesleep.com

Pre-existing insomnia can worsen emotional and psychological disorders like PTSD, depression, and anxiety when military personnel return home.

03/07/2015

We're tabling at the lunch hosted by the Airman & Family Readiness Program today! Come stop by to receive more information about Project SERVE!

Interested in Project SERVE? If you or any veterans you know are experiencing symptoms of insomnia and depression, you m...
11/24/2014

Interested in Project SERVE? If you or any veterans you know are experiencing symptoms of insomnia and depression, you may be eligible for our study! Fill out this confidential online form, and we'll get in touch with you!

https://redcap.stanford.edu/surveys/?s=gAgch8

We would like to honor and thank the veterans who serve our country and protect our freedoms. On this day, we honor and ...
11/11/2014

We would like to honor and thank the veterans who serve our country and protect our freedoms. On this day, we honor and remember your sacrifices. Happy veterans day from Project SERVE!

If you or any veterans you know are experiencing symptoms of insomnia and depression, you may be eligible for our study!...
11/04/2014
Project SERVE Interest Form

If you or any veterans you know are experiencing symptoms of insomnia and depression, you may be eligible for our study! Fill out this confidential online form, and we'll get in touch with you!

https://redcap.stanford.edu/surveys/?s=gAgch8

To learn more about the study and whether you may be eligible to participate, please provide your contact information below.

A great article exploring the effects that insomnia can have on the lives of returning veterans. With its strong connect...
11/04/2014
Insomnia Can Worsen PTSD, Depression And Anxiety In Returning War Veterans

A great article exploring the effects that insomnia can have on the lives of returning veterans. With its strong connection to PTSD, depression and anxiety, addressing insomnia in the veteran population is extremely important!

http://www.medicaldaily.com/insomnia-can-worsen-ptsd-depression-and-anxiety-returning-war-veterans-247233

Pre-existing insomnia can worsen emotional and psychological disorders like PTSD, depression, and anxiety when military personnel return home.

Dr. Bernert, the principle investigator of this study, was mentioned in a recent interview with Stanford psychiatrist La...
10/28/2014
‘Every life is touched by suicide’: Stanford psychiatrist discusses importance of suicide prevention

Dr. Bernert, the principle investigator of this study, was mentioned in a recent interview with Stanford psychiatrist Laura Roberts discussing the importance of suicide prevention. Check out the article here!

http://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2014/10/_every-life-is-touched-by-suicide--stanford-psychiatrist-discuss.html

Stanford aims to model best practices in training psychiatrists to prevent, and cope with, suicides.

Interested in participating in a non-medication insomnia treatment study at Stanford University? Don't forget to provide...
05/10/2014
Project SERVE Interest Form

Interested in participating in a non-medication insomnia treatment study at Stanford University? Don't forget to provide us with your contact information!

https://redcap.stanford.edu/surveys/?s=gAgch8

To learn more about the study and whether you may be eligible to participate, please provide your contact information below.

Project SERVE is now open to veterans of all eras! Check out our website to learn more about this non-medication insomni...
01/03/2014
Project Serve Sleep | insomnia treatment military study

Project SERVE is now open to veterans of all eras! Check out our website to learn more about this non-medication insomnia treatment study.

www.ProjectServeSleep.com

Researchers from Stanford University and the VA Palo Alto Health Care System are studying the impact of a non-medication insomnia treatment among veterans of OEF/OIF/OND. A brief behavioral insomnia treatment is provided at no cost as part of this study, which may be undertaken in addition to other…

It can be difficult to get back into a normal sleep pattern upon returning from deployment. Read this article to learn m...
09/23/2013
Study: Sleep disorders normal for post-combat troops

It can be difficult to get back into a normal sleep pattern upon returning from deployment. Read this article to learn more!

Sleeping disorders reported by troops returning from the war zone may be a normal result of time in combat rather than a symptom of post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injury, according to a study to be published this summer.

Read more about the potential link between sleeping troubles and PTSD!
09/16/2013
A Link Between Insomnia And PTSD?

Read more about the potential link between sleeping troubles and PTSD!

Soldiers with a history of trouble sleeping may have a higher risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder, a new study suggests. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine found that if people in the military had trouble sleeping or slept fewer than six hours...

Sleep problems are extremely common in the military. Check out this article to learn more!
07/25/2013
Sleep Disorders' Toll On The Military

Sleep problems are extremely common in the military. Check out this article to learn more!

Sleep apnea and insomnia are two of the most common sleep disorders reported among U.S. soldiers with sleep problems, according to a new study in the journal Sleep. The study, conducted by researchers from the Madigan Healthcare System, examined the kinds of sleep disorders prevalent among active-du...

www.ProjectServeSleep.comProject SERVE is now recruiting! Check out our website to learn more about our non-medication i...
06/13/2013

www.ProjectServeSleep.com

Project SERVE is now recruiting! Check out our website to learn more about our non-medication insomnia treatment study!

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401 Quarry Rd
Stanford, CA
94305

General information

PARTICIPATION INVOLVES: - Non-medication insomnia treatment at no cost (4 sessions) - A pre-treatment visit and three follow-up visits - You may be asked to complete fMRI scans and salivary samples - Visits will occur at Stanford University or VA Palo Alto Health Care System WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? Veterans who: - Are experiencing insomnia or poor sleep quality (e.g., difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or waking too early) for at least 1 month - Have been feeling down or depressed (e.g., sadness, or loss of interest in activities previously enjoyed) nearly every day, for at least 2 weeks - Are not currently substance dependent - Are not working a shiftwork schedule (overlap with midnight)

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(650) 725-5030

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