AMED Campaign Plan Research to Practice Education Series
Army medical providers, health promotion professionals, health policy makers, and others working to support the readiness and health of Soldiers.
The Army Medicine Campaign Research to Practice Education Series for military providers and staff covers medical readiness topics such as injury prevention, health promotion, and physical performance optimization. The series is held five times a year on Defense Collaboration Services (DCS) and is co-sponsored by Army Public Health Center (APHC) Injury Prevention and Office of the Surgeon General (OTSG) Physical Performance Service Line.
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