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Injury Prevention - Repetitive Stress

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11/17/2022
Injury Prevention - Repetitive Stress

“DYK? Running is the #1 cause of musculoskeletal injuries in service members, contributing to more than half of lost duty days due to injury. #PreventInjury www.health.mil/injuryprevention"

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Injury Prevention - Listen Up, Watch Out

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11/17/2022
Injury Prevention - Listen Up, Watch Out

“Service members can be exposed to a range of environmental hazards during training, deployment, and other missions. Stay alert to hazards and wear proper protective equipment to help prevent injuries to your eyes and ears. https://hearing.health.mil/Prevention/Hearing-Protection-Devices https://vce.health.mil/Eye-Injury-Prevention-and-Response/Eye-Protection #PreventInjury”

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Injury Prevention - Mental and Physical Recovery

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11/17/2022
Injury Prevention - Mental and Physical Recovery

“Recovering from a serious injury can take a physical and mental toll. Injuries can damage your body and your mind, and depression and anxiety are often associated with recovery from serious injury. Learn more about the mental aspects of recovery: https://www.hprc-online.org/physical-fitness/injury-prevention/mental-fitness-affects-injury-recovery #PreventInjury”

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Injury Prevention - Occupational Health Series (Navy)

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11/17/2022
Injury Prevention - Occupational Health Series (Navy)

“Health care workers have one of the highest rates of workplace injuries, like blood-borne pathogens, respiratory hazards, injuries from moving patients, and many others. Learn more: https://health.mil/News/Articles/2021/10/15/Top-Medical-Workplace-Injuries-And-Some-Tips-to-Prevent-Them?type=All #PreventInjury”

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Injury Prevention - Recreation and Sports

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11/17/2022
Injury Prevention - Recreation and Sports

Service members use sports and recreation to stay fit, blow off steam, and build friendships. Minimize injury during those activities to stay fit for duty by warming up smart, listening to your body, and hydrating. Learn more at: https://phc.amedd.army.mil/topics/discond/ptsaip/Pages/Sports-and-Physical-Training-Injuries.aspx #PreventInjury”

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Injury Prevention - Main Graphic

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11/17/2022
Injury Prevention - Main Graphic

“This December, the MHS is highlighting the importance of taking measures to prevent injury, whether it’s in the workplace, while training or during recreation. #PreventInjury www.health.mil/injuryprevention"

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Injury Prevention - Listen Up, Watch Out II

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11/17/2022
Injury Prevention - Listen Up, Watch Out II

“DYK? More than 40% of eye injuries each year are related to sports or recreational activities, and nearly 50% of hearing loss in people age 12-35 is caused by recreational noise like music. When you’re off-duty, be sure to wear the right protective gear for different types of activities to prevent vision and hearing injury. https://vce.health.mil/Eye-Injury-Prevention-and-Response https://hearing.health.mil/Prevention/Preventing-Noise-Induced-Hearing-Loss #PreventInjury”

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Injury Prevention - Recovery Program

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11/17/2022
Injury Prevention - Recovery Program

“Not every injury is preventable. If you get injured, it’s important to see a health professional and follow their advice to recover and return to fitness, as soon as possible! https://www.hprc-online.org/physical-fitness/rx3 #PreventInjury”

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Hurricane: Disaster Referral Waiver

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11/16/2022
Hurricane: Disaster Referral Waiver

if you have TRICARE Prime, your Primary Care Manager (PCM) provides most of your care. If you see a TRICARE-authorized specialty provider without a referral, you have to pay Point-of-Service (POS) charges.

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Hurricane: Hospital Closure

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11/16/2022
Hurricane: Hospital Closure

Disaster Alert if a hospital has to close during a hurricane.

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Hurricane Readiness Kit

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11/16/2022
Hurricane Readiness Kit

Before a hurricane prepare a hurricane readiness kit including important documents, prescriptions, and family emergency plan.

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Hurricane: Getting Emergency Prescriptions

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11/16/2022
Hurricane: Getting Emergency Prescriptions

During a hurricane, sometimes TRICARE will authorize emergency prescription refills. If authorized, take you prescription bottle to any TRICARE retail network pharmacy.

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Hurricane Essential Resources

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11/16/2022
Hurricane Essential Resources

This graphic highlights emergency resources people can use before emergencies to be disaster ready.

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Earthquake: Referral Waiver

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11/14/2022
Earthquake: Referral Waiver

To promote access to needed services during or after a disaster a PCM referral waiver allows enrollees to seek care without a referral from their PCM.

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Earthquake: Prepare Before 2

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11/14/2022
Earthquake: Prepare Before 2

It’s important to secure heavy items, make a family emergency communications plan, and a supply kit to prepare for an earthquake

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