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Education & Training

The Military Health System includes a robust, innovative, and enterprise-wide system that maximizes education and training opportunities. This ensures we're improving health and building readiness — Anytime, Anywhere—Always.

DHA leads standardized, high-value education and training activities at all levels. This includes:

  • Service members.
  • Health care providers.
  • DHA global workforce.

Workforce professional development and sustainment programs also contribute to the organization’s commitment to a fulfilled staff.

Our Training Opportunities

DHA Learning Management Systemgoes to DHA LMS page (hosted by Joint Knowledge Online)

DHA Academy

Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute

Leadership, Education, Analysis, Development, Sustainment

Medical Education and Training Campus

Medical Modernization and Simulation Division 

 

Our Training Partners

U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine

 

TRAIN Learning Network

 

Uniformed Services University

 

U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence

 

VHA TRAIN

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Nursing Experience Fueled Leader’s Passion for Training, Supporting Military Health

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Dr. Lolita O’Donnell’s military nursing roots took hold more than three decades ago, and although no longer a military nurse, those ideals still influence her duties as the DHA’s Education and Training Directorate’s chief of Executive Skills, Continuing Education & Libraries, and director of the Continuing Education Program Office.

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'Warrior Medics' Conduct Black Hawk Medevac Litter Training, Familiarization Flights Over Tampa Bay

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Thirty-eight “Warrior Medics” assigned to the Army Reserve Medical Command’s Pinellas Park, Fla., headquarters and headquarters detachment, conducted litter training with a UH-60 Black Hawk military ambulance with Army Reserve crew chiefs from Golf Company, 5th General Support Aviation Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment here, followed by Black Hawk ...

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Navy Medicine Tests Expeditionary Medicine System

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Combat Medic Embraces the Cool Part of the Army

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Expeditionary Medical Facility 150 Alpha Provides Role 3 Medical Capability During 1st Med Bn Marine Corps Combat Readiness Evaluation

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METC Educators and USU CAHS Support Enlisted Service Members

An instructor with the Medical Education and Training Campus addresses service members during a classroom session.

The Medical Education and Training Campus is a branch campus of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences College of Allied Health Sciences. Together they enable Army, Air Force, Navy, and Coast Guard students to earn college credits in specific medical specialty training programs during their military enlistment.

Last Updated: March 19, 2024
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