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Immunization Healthcare Division


The DHA Immunization Healthcare Division supports all DOD immunization programs, and provides clinical consultative services, educational support, and training resources for the entire DOD family.

Suicide Prevention Toolkit


Members of the military community often face emotional or psychological concerns from the stress of military life. For some, these feelings can lead to thoughts of hurting or killing oneself.

TBICoE Research


TBICoE supports a network of military treatment facilities and Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers with traumatic brain injury (TBI) research initiatives, including gap-driven analyses and Congressionally-directed programs such as the Section 721 Longitudinal Study of TBI and Section 734 investigation into the effects of blast exposure on ...

Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division


The Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division (AFHSD) plays a critical role in force health protection. As the central epidemiologic resource for the U.S. Armed Forces, AFHSD conducts medical surveillance to protect all those who serve our nation in uniform and allies who are critical to our national security interests.

How We Measure Quality


DoD Military Health System Clinical Quality Management (MHS CQM) empowers MHS professionals to define and deliver the highest levels of quality healthcare and wellness services. It is part of an overall MHS strategy to be a world-class healthcare system providing care for beneficiaries worldwide. Our efforts include leadership in the areas of Clinical ...

Warrior Care – A Show of Strength


The Department of Defense, Military Services, and collaborating organizations mark Warrior Care Month in November by highlighting the strength and resilience – physically, mentally, and spiritually – of our wounded, ill, and injured service members and their families and caregivers. The effort is aimed at raising awareness of the recovery coordination ...

Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence


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

Psychological Fitness


Psychological Fitness is your ability to integrate and improve cognitive, emotional, and behavioral practices.

Resources for Behavioral Health Providers Treating Survivors of Sexual Assault with Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)


Some behavioral health providers may have questions about which treatments for sexual assault victims are the most strongly recommended by the VA/DOD Clinical Practice Guidelines, whereas others may want to know about the availability of treatment resources. The resources below are focused on the treatment of PTSD, but some survivors also report ...

Compound Drugs


The Military Health System's highest priority is the safety, health and well-being of our beneficiaries. Compound drugs are a combination of two or more drugs, prepared by a pharmacist for an individual patient’s needs. Some compound drugs contain ingredients the use of which is not supported by a widely recognized body of peer-reviewed clinical ...

Treatment for Alcohol Misuse


According to the VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Substance Use Disorders, patients who screen positive for unhealthy alcohol use, but do not have a diagnosed alcohol use disorder (AUD), should be provided a single initial brief intervention regarding alcohol-related risks and the advice to abstain or drink within nationally ...

Treatment for Opioid Misuse


Al Jubayl, Saudi Arabia: Feb. 22, 2001


This particular case narrative focuses on events that occurred during the war at Al Jubayl, Saudi Arabia.

Instructions for Authors


Instructions for Authors who want to contribute to the Medical Surveillance Monthly Report.

EACE Journal Publications: Fiscal Year 2021


Journal Articles authored by Extremity Trauma & Amputation Center of Excellence (EACE) clinicians and researchers in Fiscal Year 2021.

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Last Updated: August 25, 2020
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