Dawne S. Vogt, PhD
Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Psychiatry

PhD, Northeastern University
MA, Northeastern University
BA, Central Connecticut State University



Dr. Vogt is a Professor of Psychiatry in the Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine and Senior Research Scientist in the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder at VA Boston Healthcare System. Her program of research focuses on military veterans’ experiences of stress and trauma, mental health and well-being, and use of health care and other support services, particularly during the transition from military service to civilian life. Within this broader topic area, she has three primary areas of focus: (1) enhancing knowledge of how stressful and traumatic experiences impact military veterans’ mental health and well-being and factors that promote resilience in the face of these experiences; (2) identifying and reducing attitude- and knowledge-based barriers to veterans’ access to high-quality health care and other support services, and (3) developing and validating measures that can be used to advance knowledge related to Veterans' mental health and well-being. A key emphasis of her work across these three research areas has been on identifying, understanding, and improving the experiences and outcomes of women veterans.

Researcher
VA Boston Healthcare System




Leveraging Routine Clinical Materials and Mobile Technology to Assess CBT Quality
05/01/2017 - 03/31/2022 (Co-Investigator)
Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research NIH NIMH
5R01MH112628-02



Title
Monitoring and Enhancing Fidelity to Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD
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Leveraging Routine Clinical Materials and Mobile Technology to Assess CBT Quality
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Veterans Metrics Initiative-Pilot Study
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The Veterans Metrics Initiative- Longitudinal Data Analysis
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  1. Hoffmire CA, Donovan ML, Ryan AT, Brenner LA, Vogt D, Maguen S, Schneiderman A, Miller CN, Forster JE. Perceived social support moderates the relations between mental health symptoms and current suicidal ideation. Psychol Serv. 2024 Feb 15. PMID: 38358698
     
  2. Serier KN, Zhao Z, Vogt D, Kehle-Forbes S, Smith BN, Mitchell KS. The impact of stress and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health in U.S. veterans. Stress Health. 2023 Dec 21.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38126682
     
  3. Holder N, Ranney RM, Bernhard PA, Holliday R, Vogt D, Hoffmire CA, Blosnich JR, Schneiderman AI, Maguen S. Which veterans with PTSD are most likely to report being told of their diagnosis? J Psychiatr Res. 2024 Feb; 170:158-166. PMID: 38147692
     
  4. Kumar SA, Borowski S, Vogt D. Meaning in life following service among post-9/11 military veterans: A latent growth mixture model analysis. Appl Psychol Health Well Being. 2023 Dec 10. PMID: 38072466
     
  5. Iverson KM, Livingston WS, Vogt D, Smith BN, Kehle-Forbes SM, Mitchell KS. Prevalence of Sexual Violence and Intimate Partner Violence Among US Military Veterans: Findings from Surveys with Two National Samples. J Gen Intern Med. 2024 Feb; 39(3):418-427.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38010460; PMCID: PMC10897119; DOI: 10.1007/s11606-023-08486-9;
     
  6. Zhao Z, Serier KN, Smith BN, Vogt D, Kehle-Forbes S, Mitchell KS. Gender similarities and differences in associations between weight discrimination, shape/weight concerns, and eating disorder symptoms among post-9/11 veterans. Eat Behav. 2023 Dec; 51:101818.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37741082
     
  7. Ranney RM, Bernhard PA, Holder N, Vogt D, Blosnich JR, Schneiderman AI, Maguen S. Factors associated with receipt of minimally adequate psychotherapy for PTSD at the Veterans Health Administration. J Psychiatr Res. 2023 Oct; 166:80-85. PMID: 37741063
     
  8. Zelkowitz RL, Kehle-Forbes SM, Smith BN, Vogt DS, Mitchell KS. Associations between DSM-5 posttraumatic stress disorder Criterion E2 endorsement and selected self-destructive behaviors in recent-era veterans: A focus on disordered eating. J Trauma Stress. 2023 Oct; 36(5):1001-1009.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37485630
     
  9. Vogt D, Rosellini AJ, Borowski S, Street AE, O'Brien RW, Tomoyasu N. How well can U.S. military veterans' suicidal ideation be predicted from static and change-based indicators of their psychosocial well-being as they adapt to civilian life? Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2024 Feb; 59(2):261-271.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37291331
     
  10. Holder N, Holliday R, Ranney RM, Bernhard PA, Vogt D, Hoffmire CA, Blosnich JR, Schneiderman AI, Maguen S. Relationship of social determinants of health with symptom severity among Veterans and non-Veterans with probable posttraumatic stress disorder or depression. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2023 Oct; 58(10):1523-1534. PMID: 37173595
     
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