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DRES app

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4/1/2022
DRES app

Deployment Readiness Education for Servicewomen, one-stop resource for some of the most common questions and concerns that servicewomen have around deployment. (Photo: Connected Health)

Update: Heat Illness, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2021

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4/1/2022
Update: Heat Illness, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2021

Cadet Saverio Macrina, U.S. Military Academy West Point, receives corneal cross-linking procedure at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Va., Nov. 21, 2016. (DOD photo by Reese Brown)

TBI illustration

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4/1/2022
TBI illustration

A traumatic brain injury is a recoverable yet complex injury with a broad spectrum of symptoms including headaches, memory problems, attention deficits, mood swings, and others. The MACE 2 diagnostic tool allows for health care providers to assess service members more comprehensively after exposure to a concussive event to better determine their care pathway. (Photo: Navy Petty Officer 2nd Cl. Jonathan D. Chandler, Fleet Combat Camera Pacific)

Nutritionist Ruth Clark

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3/30/2022
Nutritionist Ruth Clark

During the NICoE intensive outpatient program (IOP), staff nutritionist Ruth Clark teaches hands-on classes in the on-site patient kitchen. (Photo: Tahira Hayes (Ctr), NICoE/WRNMMC, NSA Bethesda)

MACE 2 evaluation

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3/28/2022
MACE 2 evaluation

Pfc. Thomas Icenogle, a student in the Army’s Combat Medic Specialist Training Program at the Medical Education and Training Campus on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas, conducts a Military Acute Concussion Evaluation 2 (MACE 2) on Pvt. Alejandro Leija, while Pvt. Dominic Dubois refers to the MACE 2 card. (Photo: Lisa Braun, Medical Education and Training Campus Public Affairs)

Authorized Protective Eyewear Main

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3/25/2022
Authorized Protective Eyewear Main

Gunner with 1Brigade Combat Team 82nd Division wears shaded eye protection as he fires his M249 at Rotation 21-05 at the Joint Readiness Training Center. (Photo: Capt. Joseph Warren)

Virtual cystoscopy

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3/23/2022
Virtual cystoscopy

Navy Lt. Cmdr. Kathryn Lipscomb, the urology department head at U.S. Naval Hospital Rota in Spain, waves to staff in USNH Naples, Italy during the first virtual cystoscopy between both hospitals in Jan 2021. (Photo: Navy Cmdr. Ryan Nations)

Digital Health Panel at AMSUS 2022

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3/22/2022
Digital Health Panel at AMSUS 2022

DHA panel discusses MHS digital health training and education at AMSUS 2022. (Photo: Courtesy of Connected Health)

Acupuncture ear

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3/22/2022
Acupuncture ear

Battlefield acupuncture involves placing a single, tiny, gold, semi-permanent needle into one or more of five key points on the external ear to relieve pain. (Photo: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)

Overseeing Nursing Students

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3/22/2022
Overseeing Nursing Students

Dr. Arnyce Pock, associate dean and medical acupuncturist at USU, oversees graduate nursing students at USU performing battlefield acupuncture for pain management, in February 2022. (Photo: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)

AMSUS Covid Panel Main

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3/21/2022
AMSUS Covid Panel Main

Multinational soldiers treat a simulated casualty during the final field training exercise of a six-month medical training course hosted by the International Special Training Centre in which twenty-four Special Operations Forces Soldiers from 10 different nations participated, March 1, 2017. Photo: Army Visual Information Specialist Jason Johnston, Training Support Activity Europe

Women Building Resilient Nation

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3/21/2022
Women Building Resilient Nation

The Defense Health Agency celebrated Women's History Month by hosting a panel discussion called, “Women building a resilient nation.” Throughout history women have overcome great adversity and significant obstacles to become leaders and pioneers, using their talents and ideas to strengthen our nation.

Howitzer Operations

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3/17/2022
Howitzer Operations

An Army 'gun team' brace for the concussion of a 105mm howitzer during operations in Iraq in 2008. (Photo: Master Sgt. Kevin Doheny)

Elizabeth Kirkpatrick

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3/16/2022
Elizabeth Kirkpatrick

Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, a physical therapist for the Fort Drum Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Clinic, New York, uses a model of the inner ear on Feb. 27, 2019, to demonstrate how a concussion can cause inner ear, or vestibular, damage which may result in dizziness, anxiety, depression, moodiness, balance problems and irritability to name a few. (Photo: Warren W. Wright Jr., Fort Drum MEDDAC)

PSAW 2022

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3/14/2022
PSAW 2022

Every day, patient safety is one of the top priorities for the Defense Health Agency. Patient safety means providing ready, reliable care to service members, veterans, and dependents no matter the circumstances. (Photo: Defense Health Agency)

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