Rachel M. Burns
Project Assoiate,RAND Corporation, USA
Rachel M. Burns is a project associate at the RAND Corporation. During her tenure at RAND, she has contributed to projects focused on substance abuse and drug policy; the mental health and well-being of military personnel returning from deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan and their families; suicide epidemiology and prevention; adolescent health behaviors; occupational health and safety; access to and utilization of health care services; vaccinations; cancer survivorship; and patient safety and quality of care in hospitals. Burns is a proficient SAS programmer and has experience in qualitative and quantitative data management, collection, and analysis. She earned her M.P.H. degree in epidemiology from the University of Michigan School of Public Health.
Military families; Recommendations; Counseling; Reintegration; Mental health professionals