4 edition of National Center for Military Deployment Health Research (Compass Series) found in the catalog.
November 16, 1999
by National Academies Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Lyla M. Hernandez (Editor), Catharyn T. Liverman (Editor), Merwyn R. Greenlick (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
The DoD established the Center for Deployment Health Research in response to. recommendations that the DoD investigate the impact of military service, in. particular, deployment, on the long-term health . The following are websites that behavioral health providers may find useful. The appearance of external hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the United States Department of Defense (DoD), the Uniformed Services University of the Health .
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National Center for Military Deployment Health Research Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on a National Center on War-Related Illnesses and Postdeployment Health Issues ; Editors: Lyla M. Hernandez, Catharyn T. Liverman, and Merwyn R. by: 2. National Center for Military Deployment Health Research Paperback – Decem by Institute of Medicine (Author), Committee on a National Center on War-Related Illnesses and Postdeployment Health Author: Institute of Medicine, Committee on a National Center on War-Related Illnesses and Postdeployment Health Issues.
This chapter has described the major findings of the committee. It is with these findings in mind that the committee began to develop its recommendations for establishing a national center for research on military deployment-related health.
The charge to the committee was to (1) assist the VA in developing a plan for establishing a national center (or centers) for the study of war-related illnesses and postdeployment health issues, and (2) assess preliminary VA plans.
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Hernandez, Catharyn T. Liverman, and Merwyn R. Greenlick, editors Staff, Institute of Medicine View online Borrow. A National Center for Military Deployment Health Research provides an opportunity to gather together the results of many individual efforts, to analyze and synthesize what this research can reveal, and to move the nation forward in ways that will help and protect those individuals who will participate in future deployments.
The Center for Military Health at Boston University is committed to improving the health of our veterans and service members by coordinating interdisciplinary research, clinical innovations, and programming on military medical issues.
VISION STATEMENT. To make Boston University the hub for military health research. The Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) has recently updated all of the phone and fax lines at our headquarters in Bethesda, MD.
Take note of the #N#CDP Launches Virtual Learning Environments. The Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) trains military and civilian behavioral health professionals to provide behavioral health. National Center for Military Deployment Health Research.
Lyla M. Hernandez, Catharyn T. Liverman, and Merwyn R. Greenlick, Editors. Committee on a National Center on War-Related Illnesses and Postdeployment Health Issues. Division of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Since the mission and objectives of the Research Working Group (see Chapter 2) are encompassed in the proposed National Center for Military Deployment Health Research, the committee suggests that the new Center replace the RWG, rather than duplicate its efforts.
Such an approach would increase credibility because the National Center would include all of the relevant constituencies in the research agenda-setting. NCBI Bookshelf. A service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.
Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on a National Center on War-Related Illnesses and Postdeployment Health Issues; Hernandez LM, Liverman CT, Greenlick MR, editors. National Center for Military Deployment Health Research. Since the proposed National Center for Military Deployment Health Research will encompass all aspects of the Research Working Group's mission, the committee suggests that the new Center.
the Forces and Resources Policy Center of the RAND National Defense Research Institute (NDRI). The Center for Military Health Policy Research taps RAND expertise in both defense and health policy to conduct research for the Department of Defense File Size: 2MB.
Guidelines developed by the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Defense, educational materials and tools to help health care providers deliver evidence-based treatment for psychological health conditions.
Information and resources related to deployment health assessments, combat and operational stress programs, deployment-limiting health. The Veterans Program Enhancement Act of directed the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to enter into an agreement with the National Academy of Sciences to help develop a plan for establishing' a national center (or centers) for the study of war-related illnesses and postdeployment health issues.
Research about families and war tends to move forward in fits and starts associated with major conflicts, and there is currently an increasing flow of family research moving into the scientific domain. Military Families and the Aftermath of Deployment focuses heavily on the aftermath of deployment .the website of the DHCC, is designed to assist clinicians in the delivery of post-deployment health care by fostering a trusting partnership between military men and women, veterans, their families, and their health care.
Providers can find predeployment and postdeployment information, policies, and guidelines for clinicians, service members and their families, and veterans on the Deployment Health Clinical Center website ().
FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION. Force health protection (FHP) is an important concept in military. improving military support programs. This research was sponsored by the National Military Family Association and conducted jointly by RAND Health’s Center for Military Health Policy Research and the Forces and Resources Policy Center of the RAND National Security Research .The Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) trains behavioral health professionals to provide high-quality, evidence-based care to Service members, Veterans and their families.
An individual's military .The research described in this report was sponsored by the National Military Family Association, with funding from the Robertson Foundation and the Sierra Club Foundation.
The research was conducted jointly by RAND Health’s Center for Military Health Policy Research and the Forces and Resources Policy Center of the RAND National .