Tag Archives: DCoE

Ah, the honeymoon phase — when everything is fresh and exciting, when faults are merely quirks and fights are simply pent-up passion. Fast forward a few years and some couples may be scratching their heads, thinking, “Wait, we have to …
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In “This Week in the DoD” for June 22: Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, shared his thoughts on leadership and the future of the Defense Department at a military leadership event in Washington, D.C. The Defense Department …
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To address the ongoing concern within the military about substance use disorders, a new tool kit is available to assist health care providers treating patients abusing alcohol or drugs.  The “Substance Use Disorder Toolkit,” developed by U.S. Army Medical Command …
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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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