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Tried and Tired, Soldiers vie for Best Medic Title

Article Around MHS
12/7/2022
U.S. Army Sgt. Eli Jeanquart during casualty excercise

Just days following the rigorous 3-week syllabus of the U.S. Army’s physically and mentally demanding Expert Field Medical Badge, two soldiers from Landstuhl Regional Medical Center joined a third soldier, to compete for LRMC’s 2022 Best Medic title.

Printable Card with QR Code: Women Have Unique Health Care Needs

Publication
12/7/2022

This card can be printed and placed in lobbies and waiting rooms or handed to patients. It can also be places in other locations across the installation. The QR code links to the Military Health System’s Women’s Health webpage so beneficiaries can learn about women’s health services, news and updates across the MHS.

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Printable Card with QR Code: Contact Us for Help with Contraceptive Care

Publication
12/7/2022

This card can be printed and placed in lobbies and waiting rooms or handed to patients. The QR code links to the Contact Us page where beneficiaries can request assistance or submit questions related to accessing contraceptive care.

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Contact Us for Help with Reproductive Care

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12/7/2022
Contact Us for Help with Reproductive Care

Use this graphic on your local social media platforms. The QR code links to the Contact Us page where beneficiaries can request assistance or submit questions related to accessing contraceptive care.

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Warrior Care: The Military Adaptive Sports Program

Video
12/7/2022
Warrior Care: The Military Adaptive Sports Program

Meet Coach Patrick Johnson, a veteran of the U.S. Navy who medically retired 13 years ago. Today he helps run Walter Reed's military adaptive sports program and coaches multiple crew teams in the National Capital Region. To learn more about military adaptive sports program, visit health.mil/warriorcare.

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National Capital Region Patient Guidebook

Publication
12/7/2022

This guidebook provides Military Health System beneficiaries who receive care within the National Capital Region a guide to available facilities, services, and care within the NCR Market region.

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More Inclusive Research Key to Understanding Prevalence of Dementia

Article
12/7/2022
Animated image of brain

Dementia and its most common form, Alzheimer’s disease, are cognitive disorders that affect more women than men. Although there are various theories on why, more equitable research is needed.

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The Care and Use of Animals in DOD Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) or Training Programs

DHA Publication
9/1/2022

Policy Number: 6025.02

Establishes the procedures to set forth the policies for care and use of animals used in Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation that is conducted at any location by DOD programs.

Mandatory Use of Defense Health Agency (DHA) Enterprise (Off-Site) Teleradiology Services Contract by Military Medical Treatment Facilities (MTFs)

DHA Publication
11/28/2022

Policy Number: 6025.48

To instruct MTFs on the mandatory use of the DHA Enterprise Teleradiology Services Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity contract.

Retiring Wounded Warrior Continues to Serve His Military Community

Article
12/6/2022
U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Blake Conley and family

Despite a career-ending cancer diagnosis, U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Blake Conley prepares to retire after more than 20 years serving his nation with a positive outlook and a desire to keep serving.

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Lt. Gen. Place's Professional Reading List

Publication
12/6/2022

U.S. Army Enlisted Medical Soldiers

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12/6/2022
U.S. Army Enlisted Medical Soldiers

The Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle poses with civilian partners from trauma centers that help train U.S. Army medical personnel at the Defense Health Headquarters during Army Medicine's first Military Civilian Partnership Summit.

U.S. Army Enlisted Medical Soldiers to Receive Extended Training at Civilian Trauma Centers

Article Around MHS
12/6/2022
U.S. Army Enlisted Medical Soldiers

U.S. Army enlisted medical personnel will now be assigned for one to two years at civilian trauma centers that partner with the U.S. Army to increase deployment preparedness. At the Army Medicine’s Inaugural Military-Civilian Partnership Summit held at the Defense Health Headquarters earlier this month, the Army Surgeon General explained to partners the importance of expanding training opportunities for enlisted personnel with the combat medic being the highest priority.

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Civil Military Medicine | Building Partner Capacity and Interoperability

National Glaucoma Awareness Month

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12/6/2022
National Glaucoma Awareness Month

There’s no cure for glaucoma, but early detection and treatment can protect your vision. Learn more and see if you’re at risk. https://www.nei.nih.gov/learn-about-eye-health/outreach-campaigns-and-resources/glaucoma-resources/glaucoma-awareness-month #GlaucomaAwarenessMonth

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Cervical Health Awareness Month

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12/6/2022
Cervical Health Awareness Month

Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers in women, but can be prevented through vaccination and regular screening. Get information on women’s health: https://health.mil/WomensHealth #CervicalHealthAwarenessMonth

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January | Women's Health
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