DCoE Monthly Webinars
DCoE monthly webinars are held to provide information and facilitate discussion on a variety of topics related to psychological health and traumatic brain injury. Each month features a different topic with presentations by subject matter experts followed by an interactive discussion period. Webinars are open to the public, and many offer continuing education. Saint Louis University provides continuing education certification for physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers, physical therapists and occupational therapists. See the complete list of DCoE's monthly webinars and review full accreditation information. Pre-registration is required to obtain continuing education.
Mild TBI Web-Based Case Studies Flyer
This flyer describes the content of the Mild TBI Web-Based Case Studies. It contains specific details on how to access each case study, enroll in the training and successfully obtain a course completion certificate. One free Continuing Education credit is offered per course.*
Mild TBI Web-based Case Studies
The Mild TBI Web-Based Case Studies are a series of 12 modules utilizing actual patient vignettes to assist health care professionals to understand mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) to include screening, diagnosis and management of symptoms in the non-deployed setting. One free Continuing Education credit is offered per course.
National Center for PTSD Online Training Opportunities
Providers and Researchers can access online training courses through The National Center for PTSD. There are at least 26 courses on PTSD, most of which offer free Continuing Education credit, and many other clinician resources for PTSD.
PTSD and TBI Training Events
An online training calendar contains training information for a variety of evidence-based psychological health and traumatic brain injury training events across the Department of Defense. Use the calendar to locate specific training events, contact the POC and register for training. Many events offer Continuing Education credit.
Training to Administer DoD Deployment Mental Health Assessment
(Developed by the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Force Health Protection & Readiness, and the Deployment Health Clinical Center) This is the newly released training that certifies non-mental health providers to conduct deployment mental health assessments in order to recognize the significant symptoms of PTSD, depression, substance misuse and other emotional or social problems. Upon completion of the training, 1.5 AMA category 1 credits are available for providers.
Provider Training Resources
A compilation of links to the most current versions of clinical toolkits and instructor training tools. Also provides helpful clinician tools such as overarching guidance for the use of clinical practice guidelines, the Health Affairs memorandum on guidance for training providers to treat PTSD and acute stress disorder, and the inTransition web based training for providers.
Leadership Training Resources
These resources provide special information and tools for military leaders on topics such as depression, PTSD and traumatic brain injury. Guidance and support for such topics at the unit level are available in the Executive Level Overview of Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury.