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Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury will host its next webinar, “Children of Deployed Parents: Health Care Provider Strategies for Enhancing Coping Skills,” Today, April 26, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. (EDT). Since the onset …
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Posted by Robyn Mincher, DCoE Strategic Communications From www.dcoe.health.mil Sometimes we encounter frustrations in our daily routine—an important package delivered late or being struck in traffic come to mind. For Samuel Console, a retired Pennsylvania Army National Guard lieutenant, lateness was more …
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By DCoE Strategic Communications As traumatic brain injury (TBI) has become one of the signature injuries of recent conflicts, it is imperative that health care providers, both in the military and civilian community who treat our wounded warriors and veterans, …
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www.dcoe.health.mil There’s a lot of history behind that protective piece you place around your head. The word itself, “helmet” has been around since the 15th century (according to Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary). Helmets safeguarded the heads of soldiers dating back to …
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By Army Staff Sgt. Victor Medina From www.afps.dodlive.mil From Elaine Wilson, Family Matters Blog Editor:  I’d like to introduce guest blogger Army Staff Sgt. Victor Medina, who sustained a moderate traumatic brain injury during his third deployment in Iraq in …
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