For Psychological Health & Traumatic Brain Injury
U.S. Department of Defense
We are accepting abstracts for our 2017 summit Advances in the State of the Science and Best Practices now through April 14. We are
looking for abstracts or posters that focus on advancements (or best
practices) of psychological health or traumatic brain injury care with a
connection to military health care.
This year's summit, scheduled Sept. 19-21, is an online virtual event.
Health care professionals, researchers and academicians from around the
world will interact live via a web conferencing platform.
Visit the summit event website for abstract guidelines and submission
February is nationally recognized as American Heart Month, a time for the Defense Department community to show its love for healthy living.
Learn about preventative measures for good heart health from Operation Live Well.
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center launched a podcast, called “The TBI Family,” for caregivers of service members and veterans with traumatic brain injury. Each episode offers information, resources, tips and shares caregiver stories. Listen or download episodes via SoundCloud, iTunes or Google Play.
Visit the DVBIC website to learn more.
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.
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T2 develops telehealth and technology solutions for psychological health and traumatic brain injury to improve the lives of our nation’s warriors and their families
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