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USUHS ACME

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10/22/2021
An instructor gives advice on how a team of medical school students at the Uniformed Services University should work on their simulated patient during the Advanced Combat Medical Experience. 

An instructor gives advice on how a team of medical school students at the Uniformed Services University should work on their simulated patient during the Advanced Combat Medical Experience. 

Wright Patterson Pharmacy Week

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10/22/2021
Air Force Staff Sgt. Nick Buckendahl, 88th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron pharmacy technician, gathers medicine June 4, 2020, to fill a customer’s prescription in the Kittyhawk Pharmacy on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

Air Force Staff Sgt. Nick Buckendahl, 88th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron pharmacy technician, gathers medicine June 4, 2020, to fill a customer’s prescription in the Kittyhawk Pharmacy on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

Practice makes perfect: Uniformed Services University students learn combat casualty care

Article Around MHS
10/22/2021
An instructor gives advice on how a team of medical school students at the Uniformed Services University should work on their simulated patient during the Advanced Combat Medical Experience. 

The Advanced Combat Medical Experience (ACME), a four-day medical field practicum at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU), is intense

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It takes a team to provide excellent care

Article Around MHS
10/22/2021
Air Force Staff Sgt. Nick Buckendahl, 88th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron pharmacy technician, gathers medicine June 4, 2020, to fill a customer’s prescription in the Kittyhawk Pharmacy on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

Wright-Patterson Medical Center will celebrate National Pharmacy Week on Oct. 18-22 to acknowledge the invaluable contributions pharmacists and technicians make to patient care in hospitals, outpatient clinics and other health care settings.

Immunization Lifelong Learners Course (ILLC): Fort Bliss, TX

Calendar Event
10/21/2021

A two-day face-to-face course designed to ensure health care personnel are trained in vaccine policy, vaccine safety, and effectiveness.

Marine Corps Motivational Run

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10/21/2021
Marine Corps recruits run in formation

Marines with Golf Company, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, participate in a motivational run at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Oct. 14 (Photo by Lance Cpl. Julian Elliott-Drouin, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego).

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BAMC nurse helps rescue child after car crashed into house

Article Around MHS
10/21/2021
The Brooke Army Medical Center at Joint Base San Antonio in Texas.

A Brooke Army Medical Center nurse jumped into action Oct. 7, rescuing a toddler after a car careened into the child’s home.

Ask the Doc: Am I Running Too Much?

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10/21/2021
Marine Corps recruits run in formation

Doc talks to Navy Lt. Cmdr. Aaron Stoll, a physical therapist at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, about the causes and cures for pain resulting from running.

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11th Annual Veteran Entrepreneur Training Symposium VETS'21

Calendar Event
10/20/2021

A training symposium for veteran business owners.

Digital Health Virtual Summit

Calendar Event
10/20/2021

This recurring one-day online event provides updates to military health care providers on the state of digital health across the Military Health System.

Vaccine and Pregnancy Main 2021

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10/20/2021
Pregnant women gets the COVID-19 vaccine

Sandra Murray-Campbell, licensed practical nurse, administers a COVID-19 vaccine to Army Capt. Bryana Fournier , a registered nurse for the Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital emergency department at the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk, Louisiana. DOD and CDC advise all pregnant people, those trying to get pregnant, or breastfeeding to get vaccinated against COVID-19 (Photo by: Jean Graves, Regional Health Command Central).

Virtual Healthcare Main 2021

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10/20/2021
Defense Health Agency Director Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald Place speaking at an Expo

Defense Health Agency Director Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald Place was the keynote speaker for a panel discussion entitled, “Quality of Life at Your Fingertips,” at the Association of the United States Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C., Oct. 11. (Photo by: Jacob Moore, MHS Communications)

Military Working Dog 2 2021

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10/20/2021
Military dog heading back to the U.S. to be adopted

Alex, a military working dog injured in Afghanistan in 2018, returns to the Veterinary Medical Center Europe for a visit following a leg amputation surgery. Alex’s left leg was badly injured and he was medically evacuated to Veterinary Medical Center Europe for care. Alex recovered in Germany then headed back to the United States to be adopted (Photo by: Ashley Patoka, Regional Health Command Europe).

Military Working Dog Main 2021

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10/20/2021
Military dog in surgery

Army Maj. Renee Krebs, Veterinary Medical Center Europe deputy director and veterinary surgeon, prepares to amputate Military Working Dog Alex's leg. Alex, a MWD with the Army’s 91st Military Police Battalion, 16th Military Police Brigade, was injured in Afghanistan in 2018 and suffered shrapnel wounds to his left leg and back side as well as a broken bone in that same leg. He was medically evacuated to the VMCE, Pulaski Barracks, Germany, for care. After spending more than a week at VMCE, Krebs made the decision to amputate the leg to relieve him of the pain but also to provide a quicker recovery time (Photo by: Ashley Patoka, Regional Health Command Europe).

Retired colonel Recognized with the ASBP Lifetime Achievement Award

Article Around MHS
10/20/2021
Retired Army Col. Francisco "Frank" Rentas shown in 2003 with the 'Golden Hour Container.'

The Armed Services Blood Program named Retired Army Col. Francisco “Frank” J. Rentas as the recipient of the 2021 ASBP Lifetime Achievement Award.

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