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Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence

Welcome to the Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence. Here, you'll find clinical tools for the assessment and management of TBI, provider training, patient resources, and research information.

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NEW! Warfighter Brain Health Provider Toolkit App

Image promoting the new Warfighter Brain Health Provider Toolkit App. Image includes screenshots of the app itself stating it's now available at mobile.health.mil/WBHToolkit, highlighting the following features: a central location for provider resources; it automates the MACE 2; it is accessible offline; it's compatible with both Apple and Android devices.Designed for MHS providers, the Warfighter Brain Health Provider Toolkit app includes an automated MACE 2 and is a resource hub for several brain health topics. Resources come from TBICoE, DOD/VA, and the Joint Trauma System.

Check out these guides to learn more about the app, how to get it, and how to give your feedback.

Download the WBH Provider Toolkit App

 

Mission and Vision

Mission: TBICoE unifies a system of TBI health care, reliably advancing the science for the warfighter and ready to meet future brain health challenges.

Vision: Principal organization to lead, translate, and advance brain health.

Learn More About Our Mission

 

2023 TBICoE Annual Report

The TBICoE annual report provides an overview of accomplishments and activities from calendar year 2023.

Get the Report

 

TBI and the Military

Traumatic brain injury is a significant health issue which affects service members and veterans during times of both peace and war. The high rate of TBI and blast-related concussion events resulting from current combat operations directly impacts the health and safety of individual service members and subsequently the level of unit readiness and troop retention. The impacts of TBI are felt within each branch of the service.

TBI and Service Members

 

TBI and Medical Providers

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Last Updated: May 13, 2024
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