DCoE welcomes professionals involved in all aspects of psychological health and TBI care, education and research for the military population. The theme for this year’s summit is “Continuum of Care and Care Transitions in the Military Health System” scheduled Sept. 9-11, 2015.
Learn more about the summit and how to register.
Capt. Richard Stoltz stepped down July 21, 2015, after more than two years as director of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE). He is succeeded by Capt. Mike Colston. The leaders recently shared their thoughts about the transition.
Read the full news release.
Wonder what we were up to last year? Read the 2014 DCoE Annual Report to learn about our efforts and accomplishments. Some highlights include execution of webinars and training events, creation of educational materials and clinical support tools, research and knowledge translation efforts, and more.
Download the report from the DCoE website or read it online via Slideshare.
This series focuses on programs and therapies using the techniques of mindfulness and mindfulness meditation that help improve psychological health and overall well-being.
Deployment Health Clinical
National Center for Telehealth
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury