Combat & Casualty Care

As distances between point of injury (POI) and facility-level care increase, challenges in addressing trauma more fully at the POI have also increased.  The Summer issue of Combat & Casualty Care offers insight into how medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) is changing the when and where of battlefield medical care.
 

Some exclusive features are:

  • COL Sean O’Neil, Commander, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM), Ft. Detrick
  • COL Jerome Buller, Commander, U.S .Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR), Aberdeen Proving Round
  • U.S. Army’s Health Readiness Center of Excellence (HRCoE), MG Patrick Sargent, HRCoE Commander, challenges in MEDEVAC support for Large-Scale Combat Operations (LSCO) in the Future Operational Environment
  • PEO Defense Health Management on the latest Military Health System (MHS) GENESIS electronic health record deployment
  • Deployment of the Aeromedical Evacuation System (AES) for increased casualty response over longer ranges
  • PEO Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation is promoting tactical combat casualty care (TCCC) through standardization of instruction
  • Latest in 68W training standardization to fit within the framework of Military Health System reform
  • Spotlight on International TCCC
  • Industry Partner on Integrated Virtual Reality Training

C&CC, Q3 Summer 2019
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C&CC, Q2 2019

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C&CC, Q1 2019

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C&CC, Winter 2018

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C&CC, Fall 2018

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