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ICYMI: Our Top Provider-Focused Blogs of 2016

It’s not always easy to stay on top of the news, particularly when you work in the busy field of health care. In case you missed any of our provider-focused stories covered this year, we’ve compiled a list for you.

The articles below are from Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE), National Center for Telehealth and Technology, Deployment Health Clinical Center, Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, Real Warriors Campaign, and guest bloggers.

This list is only a sampling of the articles DCoE offers on psychological health and TBI. You can subscribe to our email alerts for the latest information on DCoE news articles, blogs and upcoming webinars.

We care about you and your interests. As we consider article ideas for 2017, we want to hear from you! Please comment below to let us know what you are most interested in reading in 2017.

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  • I signed up to donate my brain for study and research. I can not find the paper work. Can you please get me a way to get in contact with this department. I have TBI with a 100% rating with the VA.
    Thank you for any help you can provide ,

    • Adrith, thank you for offering yourself to research. We recommend contacting the agency that you sent your paperwork to directly as we're not able to assist.

  • 1. Setting up Peer Support Groups for active duty personnel on all posts, bases and naval vessels so that our men and women can be introduced to wellness through recovery, action and planning processes that are not interfered with envious commanders and deputy commanders who have had many men and women who were officers and enlisted members to dishonorably discharged which prevented them from receiving care from the VA Healthcare Facilities.

    2. Training medics and corpsmen to be Certified Peer Specialists to steer the Peer Support Groups overseen by Military Officer Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Social Workers.

    3. Providing pathways for dependent spouses of military personnel and their children to attend peer support groups so harmony can be re-established within their homes that lessens the worries of the active duty personnel when they are send out to combat zones or other isolated military stations around the world.

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