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Provider Education

TBICoE offers training opportunities and resources along the care continuum of TBI management from prevention to recovery for military and civilian health care providers. These trainings support TBICoEs provider resources, are free, and some offer continuing education credit.

TBI educators, known as regional education coordinators, are also be available to provide in-person or virtual training on our clinical tools. Email TBICoE's dissemination branch to be connected with an REC nearest you.

Online Training

Cognitive Rehabilitation for Service Members and Veterans Following Mild to Moderate TBI

This virtual training provides guidance on the clinical recommendation and associated web tool through a collaboration between TBICoE and the Veterans Health Administration Employee Education System, VHA Train. Continuing education units are offered for occupational therapists, speech language pathologists* and psychologists. DoD providers must set up a VHA TRAIN account to take the training, learn how here.

*Participants interested in ASHA credit may print a general certificate of participation at the end of the course and submit directly to their ASHA/CE broker for credit.
Go to the training on VHA TRAIN

Management of Headache Following Concussion

Management of Headache Following Concussion course is available on JKO, is accredited by the DHA, J-7, Continuing Education Program Office (CEPO), and offers one credit hour to providers, nurses, pharmacists and physician assistants. A certificate of attendance is available for other attendees. This training teaches participants about the most common types of post-traumatic headaches, and the assessment and management of these headaches. (CAC authentication required)

DHA-US1112 Management of Headache Following Concussion

Downloadable Training Slides for Clinical Recommendations

TBICoE provides complementary materials for our clinical recommendations on the treatment of mild TBI. The training materials provide a comprehensive overview of the use of the clinical recommendation, and include knowledge tests and case studies to further educate health care providers on the appropriate use of the tools.

Additional provider education materials are available by email request for the Neuroimaging Following Concussion/mild TBI and the Dizziness and Vision Disturbances Following Concussion/mild TBI clinical recommendations.

MACE 2 Training Materials

Progressive Return to Activity Training Materials

The following videos make up the PRA training series and are designed to support primary care providers' ability to manage concussion/traumatic brain injury (TBI). Download the easy-to-use Progressive Return to Activity Clinical Suite on the provider resources page.

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PRA Case Study Workbook

Publication
7/23/2021

This workbook, paired with corresponding PRA Training Video 8, is an interactive clinical case scenario to test your understanding in applying the Progressive Return to Activity. We hope this will help medical providers become more familiar with the PRA process when treating service members with concussion.

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Progressive Return to Activity Following Acute Concussion/Mild TBI Provider Training

Publication
2/23/2021

The TBICoE revised the Progressive Return to Activity Following Acute Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Clinical Recommendation (PRA) and this updated provider training slide deck. The trainings objectives will help providers to identify the key changes to the updated 2021 PRA; explain the rationale for using a PRA protocol for service members post-concussion; understand the criteria for progression following a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury; identify appropriate activities at each stage of progression; understand how to apply primary care management strategies and specialty referral considerations to treat concussed service members who are not progressing as expected; utilize the Tri-Service Workflow mild TBI Alternate Input Method Form to document the PRA in the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Application.

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Last Updated: September 01, 2022
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