Combat & Casualty Care

From models-based anti-viral research to antibody testing, DoD efforts to mitigate a pandemic among its ranks continue to be critical in what will always be known as the Summer of COVID.

 

Features highlighted in this issue:

  • Honorable Tom McCaffery, Asst. Sec. of Defense for Health Affairs, on state of and goals for the Military Health System amidst and beyond a pandemic
  • COL Andrew Barr, Director, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, on advanced COVID and non-COVID contingency planning to address patient needs
  • BG Michael Talley, Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command and Ft. Detrick, MD, on partnering for capabilities development
  • U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases on whole-of-gov’t approach to stopping COVID-19 across the DoD
  • Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center on expanding telemedicine care for acutely-ill patients
  • Walter Reed Army Institute of Research on advancing research efforts to prevent, diagnose, and treat infectious disease spread
  • Defense Logistics Agency coordination on the domestic re-supply of PPE and other med equipment critical to the COVID-19 fight
  • Industry Perspective with Laurel Ridge Treatment Center, San Antonio, TX, on latest techniques in behavioral healthcare

C&CC, Summer 2020
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C&CC, Spring 2020

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C&CC, Q3 Summer 2019

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C&CC, Q2 2019

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