miércoles, 30 de septiembre de 2015

To prevent suicide, be aware of the warning signs

To prevent suicide, be aware of the warning signs


suicide prevention

Suicide Prevention: Warning signs start with awareness

In the past year or so, the overall suicide rate “in DoD” has started to decrease, according to Navy Cmdr. Angela Williams-Steele, a clinical psychologist and chief of evidence-based practices in the Deployment Health Clinical Center at the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE). Still, said Williams-Steele, whatever the indicator, the Department of Defense and the VA are vigilant about protecting individuals of all ages from the risk of suicide. 

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Casualty care every second counts

If you only remember two things when you leave the Combat Lifesaver Course, make sure it is how to stop bleeding and how to clear an airway. Read More ...

Women's Health Webinar

Webinar to Discuss Women’s Health

In October, the Military Health System is emphasizing the importance of women’s health. TRICARE and Military OneSource are co-hosting a webinar to educate the military health community about the programs and resources available to support women in the armed services. The webinar will take place on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at Noon EST. Read More ...

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