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Mental struggles often go hand-in-hand with alcohol abuse

Article Around MHS
5/18/2022
Alcohol abuse infographic

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month.

Cancer Moonshot 2

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5/18/2022
Cancer Moonshot 2

The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) hosted a Department of Defense Cancer Moonshot Roundtable, "A Conversation on Cancer Health Equity and Military-relevant Environmental Exposures," on May 4. (Photo: Courtesy of Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)

Disasters Don't Wait, Donate Blood Today

Video
5/18/2022
Disasters Don't Wait, Donate Blood Today

When a disaster strikes, blood is needed immediately, there is no time to wait for donations. Donate today, to prepare for tomorrow. Find where you can donate blood through the Armed Services Blood Program. One donation can save up to 3 lives. https://www.militaryblood.dod.mil/

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TRICARE Costs (Briefing Slides)

Presentation
5/18/2022

A set of slides designed to supplement other TRICARE briefings by providing cost information for TRICARE medical, pharmacy, and dental programs. The slides include medical costs by program; information on the annual deductible and catastrophic cap; costs of covered services by beneficiary category; pharmacy copayments; and dental premiums, cost-shares, and maximum amounts.

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TRICARE Costs (Speaker Notes)

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5/18/2022

Speaker notes to accompany the TRICARE briefing titled, "TRICARE Costs".

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Agenda: June 2022 DHB Meeting

Meeting Reference
5/18/2022

Meeting Agenda for June 2022 DHB Meeting

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How MHS Video Connect Improves Mission Effectiveness and Care Quality

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5/18/2022
Army Lt. Col (Dr.) Robert Cornfeld explains how MHS Video Connect's convenient, secure, and easy-to-use virtual video visit capability helps providers keep patients on mission and improves engagement with them, directly leading to better health outcomes.

Open to all active duty service members, retirees, and their families enrolled in a military hospital or clinic, MHS Video Connect empowers patients to meet with their military health provider virtually through live video on any internet-connected computer, tablet, or mobile device.

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How MHS Video Connect Improves Mission Effectiveness and Care Quality

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5/18/2022
How MHS Video Connect Improves Mission Effectiveness and Care Quality

Army Lt. Col (Dr.) Robert Cornfeld explains how MHS Video Connect's convenient, secure, and easy-to-use virtual video visit capability helps providers keep patients on mission and improves engagement with them, directly leading to better health outcomes.

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Policy

Graduate Medical Education

  • Identification #: 1025.04
  • Date: 5/18/2022
  • Type: DHA Procedural Instruction
  • Topics: N/A

Cancer Moonshot

Spotlight
5/17/2022
Cancer Moonshot

In February 2022, President Biden reignited the 2016 White House Cancer Moonshot initiative, an effort across multiple federal agencies aimed to reduce the death rate from cancer by at least 50 percent over the next 25 years. The initiative is also focused on improving the experience of people and their families living with and surviving cancer, with a goal to ultimately end cancer.

STI Prevention Partners

Infographic
5/17/2022
STI Prevention Partners

Honest communication between sexual partners is essential. Talk to your partner(s) about STIs and safer sex practices, especially if you or they have multiple partners. Regular testing, especially when you have a new partner, lowers your risk of getting or passing on an STI. https://www.cdc.gov/std/treatment/default.htm #PreventSTIs #TalkTestTreat #TalkTestTreatReady

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STI Prevention DYK

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5/17/2022
STI Prevention DYK

Did you know that condoms are an important and effective way of preventing the spread of STI? Depending on the disease, and with proper use, condoms prevent 96% of STI transmission. https://www.cdc.gov/condomeffectiveness/index.html #PreventSTIs #TalkTestTreat #TalkTestTreatReady

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STI Prevention STI Rates

Infographic
5/17/2022
STI Prevention STI Rates

Don’t fall into the “it won’t happen to me” trap. It’s shocking but true… 1 in 5 Americans has an STI. Read more at: https://health.mil/News/Articles/2021/07/06/Sexually-transmitted-infections-you-may-have-one-and-not-know-it #PreventSTIs #TalkTestTreat #TalkTestTreatReady

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STI Prevention

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5/17/2022
STI Prevention

STIs pose a serious risk to service members’ health, and their readiness. Using the right prevention methods and regular testing lowers your risk. Learn more with this article from the U.S. Army Public Health Center. https://www.army.mil/article/250563/protect_yourself_in_the_war_against_sexually_transmitted_infections #PreventSTIs #TalkTestTreat #TalkTestTreatReady

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'America’s first brain surgeon' served during Civil War and World War I

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5/17/2022
'America’s first brain surgeon' served during Civil War and World War I

Dr. William Williams Keen Jr was a medical surgeon during the Civil War who afterwards advocated and researched medical advances so the horrors of Civil War-era medicine would not occur again. He also served in the Army during World War I.

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