Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury

The DCoE hosts monthly webinars to provide information and facilitate discussion on a variety of topics related to psychological health and traumatic brain injury. The webinars are open to the public, and many provide continuing education.

Website: http://www.dcoe.mil/Training/Monthly_Webinars/Archive.aspx

 

Experts Discuss Concussion Prevention, Management in Youth Sports (April)

▪Legal, Ethical, Security and Privacy Issues Relating to the Use of Behavioral Health Technology Tools in Clinical Care (March)

▪The Well-being of Military Children: Augmenting Clinical Care with Web- and Mobile-based Tools (March)

▪Traumatic Brain Injury Educational Forum: Best Practices and Current Research (March)

▪Physical Symptoms and Mental Health: Assessment, Evaluation and Management of Common Symptoms (February)

▪Clinical Benefits of Telehealth Technology in Behavioral Health Care (February)

▪Stress and Anxiety Following Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) (February)

▪ Application of Behavioral Health Technology Tools in the Clinical Care of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (January)

▪ The Role of Sleep, Activity, and Nutrition in the Treatment and Recovery of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) (January)

▪ Evidence Base for Using Technology Solutions in Behavioral Health Care (December)

▪ Integrating Technology into DoD Efforts to Promote Psychological Health (November)

▪ Technology Interventions for Traumatic Brain Injury (November)

▪ Psychological Health Issues Affecting Women Servicemembers and Veterans (October)

▪ Integration of a Virtual Hope Box Mobile Application into Clinical Care (October)

▪ Gender Issues and Sport-related Concussion (October)

▪ Suicide in Military and Veteran Populations: Implications for Chaplains, Health Care Providers and Leaders (September)

▪ A Population Approach to Treatment Engagement in Behavioral Health Care (August)

▪ Breaking the Code: ICD-9-Clinical Modification Diagnosis Coding for Traumatic Brain Injury (August)

▪ Hearing and Vision Impairment from Combat Trauma (July)

▪ Do Helmets Prevent Concussion? (July)

▪ The Limits of Adaptive Coping: Neurobiology of Extreme Stress (June)

▪ Why Does Concussion Affect Men Differently Than Women? (June)

▪ Understanding Changes to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Acute Stress Disorder Diagnoses in DSM-5 (May)

▪ Diagnosis and Management of Post-traumatic Headache (May)

▪ Psychological Health and Resilience of Children in Military Families (April)

▪ Family Caregiver Support after Traumatic Brain Injury (April)

▪ Understanding the Relationship Between Mild TBI and Post-deployment Health Concerns: Evidence, Clinical Implications and Treatment (March)

▪ Progressive Return to Activity Following Acute Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Guidance for the Primary Care Manager and Rehabilitation Provider (March)

▪ Smoking Cessation: Policy and Research as it Relates to Evidence-based Practices in the Military and Veteran Health Care Settings (February)

▪ TBI Management in the Deployed Environment: The Concussion Care Center Model (February)

▪ Sleep Disturbance: Assessment and Evidence-based Clinical Interventions in the Active-duty and Veteran Populations (January)

▪ State of the Science: Clinical, Metabolic and Pathologic Effects of Multiple Concussions (January)

▪ Integrating Mobile Technology Into Existing Treatment of Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (November)

▪ Sexual Assault and Harassment in the Military (October)

▪ Evidence-based Treatment and Prevention for Suicide and Related Outcomes (September)

▪ Traumatic Brain Injury 101: Screening and Assessment Methodology (August)

▪ DSM-5: Revisions and Implications Related to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (July)

▪ Improving Violence Risk Assessment Among Servicemembers and Veterans (June)

▪ Psychological Health Issues in the National Guard and Reserves: Prevalence, Barriers and Treatment (May)

▪ Military Families and Coping with Reintegration Challenges (April)

▪ Dizziness Post Mild TBI Evaluation and Management (March)

▪ Chronic Pain: The Biopsychosocial Approach (February)

▪ Substance Abuse and Traumatic Brain Injury: Magnitude, Manifestations, Myths and Management (January)

Topics: Webinars and Writing

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