Charles C. Engel, MD, MPH



Compromised Confidentiality Is Harmful: Military Owes Proof to the Contrary

December 29, 2014

Given that rates of military suicide have risen to unprecedented levels, the burden of empirical proof in support of weak military mental health confidentiality standards is squarely on the military.

Compromised Confidentiality in the Military Is Harmful

October 22, 2014

The privacy and security of our offices-the therapeutic bunkers within which our wounded patient-warriors hunker down against an unseen enemy-is the fundamental first barricade between private sufferings and the potential for public humiliation.

Military and Veteran Mental Health: Why Should Psychiatrists Care?

September 02, 2014

Military veterans are ubiquitous in our practices and in our lives. The impact of the past several years of armed conflict is greater than many think-and much greater than simply the number of veterans in your practice or your community.