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Centers of Excellence

Military Health System Centers of Excellence were established to provide the Department of Defense with the ability to speed the advancement of our scientific knowledge and evidence-based practices for diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions that impact our military personnel and their families with the help of a “critical mass” of experts.

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TRIP initiative bridges the gap between TBI research, clinical care

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5/13/2021
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The Defense Intrepid Network launches the TRIP initiative to translate research findings into clinical practice.

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NICoE at forefront of traumatic brain injury research and treatment

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5/3/2021
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The National Intrepid Center of Excellence is dedicated to treating and researching TBI injuries with the aim of getting patients back to maximum function.

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DHA Centers of Excellence collaborate to improve TBI care

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3/31/2021
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The centers of excellence are divisions of the Defense Health Agency Research and Development Directorate.

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New NICoE director sets an ambitious agenda for the future

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3/8/2021
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The accomplished new leader of the NICoE and Intrepid Spirit Center network has plans for increased services and a higher profile for the unique care center.

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Strategies for hearing loss prevention help service members stay ready

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3/3/2021
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The Defense Health Agency is one of many healthcare entities celebrating World Hearing Day on March 3.

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month; TBICoE’s mission lasts all year

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3/2/2021
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Staying a-head of TBI

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VCE examines low vision with detection and care

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2/18/2021
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Dr. David Eliason, of the Vision Center of Excellence, says low vision awareness is about prevention, detection, and continuing treatment.

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NICoE & ISC Network maintain TBI care during COVID-19

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11/19/2020
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The Network leveraged their geographic distribution to help each other quickly adapt to changing times.

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The NICoE: Ten years of Healing ‘The Invisible Wounds of War’

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6/30/2020
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10 years of TBI, PTS care

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Editorial: The Department of Defense/Veterans Affairs Vision Center of Excellence

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9/1/2019
U.S. Army Spc. Angel Gomez, right, assigned to Charlie Company, 173rd Brigade Support Battalion, wraps the eye of a fellow Soldier with a simulated injury, for a training exercise as part of exercise Saber Junction 16 at the U.S. Army’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, April 5, 2016. Saber Junction is a U.S. Army Europe-led exercise designed to prepare U.S., NATO and international partner forces for unified land operations. The exercise was conducted March 31-April 24. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Joshua Morris)

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