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Summer Safety Food Handling and Grilling

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety Food Handling and Grilling

As pleasant summer weather ramps up, you might be ready to head outside and fire up your grill. Before you do, make sure you’re following proper grilling safety guidelines. According to the National Fire Protection Association, over 19,000 people on average are injured in a grilling accident each year. Don’t be part of the statistics this year!

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Summer Safety - Bug Safety

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety - Bug Safety

No matter where you live or work in the world, stinging and biting insects and other pests are always nearby. Some are native to their current surroundings while others were imported, either intentionally or accidentally. Some insects which were imported have no local predators and their populations skyrocket. Be sure to protect yourself and your family against bites.

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Summer Safety - Boat Safety

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety - Boat Safety

Sadly, when operating a boat, the possibility of injuries and fatalities are very real. It is important to know your boat and where you’re headed on your trip.

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Summer Safety - Swimming Safety

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety - Swimming Safety

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention more children (1 in 4) die from drowning than any other cause of death except birth defects. For children between the ages of 1-14, drowning is the second cause of unintentional injury death, after motor vehicle crashes. Don’t be a statistic!

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NW 2022 Future of Nursing

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Future of Nursing

From virtual health care to improving integration, working with robotic surgery and more, the MHS is dedicated to investing in the future of nursing. www.health.mil/nursesweek #UnitedInService #NursesWeek

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NW 2022 Overlay

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Overlay

Download this overlay and use it to spotlight nurses from your MTF on social media.

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NW 2022 Tags

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Tags

Nurses across the #MHS are united by their drive to serve and rooted in the strength that keeps them performing at a high level every day. www.health.mil/nursesweek #NursesWeek #UnitedInService

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NW 2022 United in Service

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 United in Service

National Nurses Week runs from May 6-12. We are honored to celebrate the extraordinary military, civilian, and contractor nurses across the #MHS and nation who are on the frontlines of health care. www.health.mil/nursesweek #NursesWeek #UnitedInService

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Formulary Search Tool Bag Insert

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4/27/2022
Formulary Search Tool Bag Insert

A pharmacy bag insert that shows that the formulary search tool can help beneficiaries find prescription-related information. Includes a blue list centered on the graphic, a link to esrx.com/tform, and the TRICARE logo on the bottom right.

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MAHM Signs of Burnout

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4/27/2022
MAHM Signs of Burnout

Workplace burnout describes feelings associated or caused by chronic, unmanaged workplace stress. Signs of burnout include: Loss of motivation at a job you used to be passionate about, lashing out at colleagues or family members, depression or anxiety, and being overly self-critical. Learn more about resources to help you #BattleBurnout at https://www.militaryonesource.mil/confidential-help/non-medical-counseling/. #InThisTogether #MentalFlex

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MAHM In This Together

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4/27/2022
MAHM In This Together

Burnout in the workplace is a real challenge for #MHS medical providers, service members and others in the military medical community. Two years operating in the COVID-19 pandemic created conditions that contribute to burnout, like overwork, isolation, and increased occupational stress. A strong sense of community is a one of the best ways to #BattleBurnout. Remember that we’re #InThisTogether, and check out this page to learn about signs of burnout. https://tricare.mil/HealthWellness/Featured-Health-Topic

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MAHM Effective Treatment

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4/27/2022
MAHM Effective Treatment

While many people may feel that their mental health is out of their control, effective treatment is available. You can find resources here https://www.tricare.mil/mentalhealth #InThisTogether #MentalFlex #BattleBurnout

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MAHM Self-Care

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4/27/2022
MAHM Self-Care

Service members are highly motivated and mission-focused, but we all need to take breaks to #BattleBurnout. Self-care can be as simple as taking 10-minute breaks during the work day, reading a book, or taking a walk to decompress. https://www.cdc.gov/mentalhealth/stress-coping/care-for-yourself/index.html #InThisTogether #MentalFlex

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MAHM Hear From You

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4/27/2022
MAHM Hear From You

We are all #InThisTogether! You can help others by sharing how you #BattleBurnout in the workplace, and what types of #SelfCare you practice. Let’s hear from you! #MentalFlex

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MAHM Mental and Physical

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4/27/2022
MAHM Mental and Physical

Mental health is just important as physical health. The Psychological Health Resource Center is available 24/7 to service members, veterans, clinicians, and their families at (866) 966-1020 or www.health.mil/PHRC #InThisTogether #MentalFlex #BattleBurnout

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