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Defense Centers of Excellence Monthly Webinar Series 2014 - Free CE!
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All webinars are held 1-2:30pm EDT

Psychological Health and Resilience of Children in Military Families
April 24, 2014  |  Register

Continuing education is available for this event from Duke Medicine.

This webinar will explore theoretical insights in current research related to children and military families and examine two major constructs: the importance of developmental timing of events and how multiple interdependent systems influence development and well-being. Discussion will include examples of lessons learned from research studies and applicability to current clinical practices.

February 13 Joint Theater Trauma Systems Practice Guidelines/Recommendations  
February 27 Smoking Cessation in Military and Veteran Populations  
March 13 Progressive Return to Activity Following a Concussion  
March 27 Mild TBI and Co-occurring Psychological Health Disorders  
April 10 Family Functioning and TBI  
April 24 Military Children; Mild TBI and PTSD  
May 8 Post-traumatic Headache  
May 22 The Role of the Chaplain on the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs Mental Health Team  
June 12 Unique Male Risk Factors for Mild TBI  
June 26 Depression and Men in the Military  
July 10 Safety and TBI  
July 24 Safety and PTSD  
August 14 TBI and ICD-10 Coding  
August 28 Empowering Patient Engagement in Care  
September 11 Suicide and TBI  
September 25 Supporting Family Members Surviving Suicide  
October 9 Gender Difference and TBI  
October 23 Mental Health and Women in the Military  
November 13 Technology Interventions for TBI  
November 20 Technology Interventions for Psychological Health  
December 11 TBI Prevention and Safety Awareness  
December 18 Military Culture 101: What Does the Health Care Provider Need to Know?  


Visit APNA Continuing Education: Military & PTSD for more continuing education on military mental health and PTSD.