For Psychological Health & Traumatic Brain Injury
U.S. Department of Defense
Mild traumatic brain injury affects active-duty service members at home and
in deployed settings. This injury, also known as concussion, can affect
performance and make the decision to return to duty challenging. This
webinar will describe return-to-play guidelines from sports concussion
literature with applications to a military environment.
Sign up to learn about the standardized approach for progressive return to
activity based on the sports concussion approach 1-2:30 p.m. (ET) Dec. 8.
It may be too late to attend the 2016 Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Summit on the State of the Science: Advances, Current Diagnostics and Treatments of Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury in Military Health Care, but it's not too late to register to apply to earn continuing education (CE) credits associated with this year's sessions.
Up to 28 hours of CE credits are available for health care providers. CE credits vary by course. Courses available on demand through April 2017.
Apply today at CE Learning Centerdcoe.cds.pesgce.com.
Browse the one-stop guide for information on all DCoE products. Find links to helpful websites, programs, mobile applications, and fact sheets, now available for service members, family members, and clinicians.
Download a copy of the DCoE Resource Catalog or browse online.
The DCoE Outreach Center provides personalized consultation 24/7 to help service members, veterans, families, caregivers and health care providers find psychological health and TBI information and resources.
Whether you call, email or live chat, a licensed, master’s level consultant will address your specific concerns and help quickly connect you to what you need.
The DCoE Outreach Center's toll free number is 866-966-1020
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