Army Medicine Campaign

 Army Medicine Campaign Research to Practice Education Series

Last Updated: October 22, 2020
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​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 OTSG Physical Performance Service Line and APHC Injury Prevention.

FY21 Research to Practice Education Series

FY21 Registration: opens late 2020

Next Seminar: 7 December 2020 (1300-1410 ET)

       Presentation Topics:

  1. Veterans with Substance Use Disorder: Differences in Traumatic Brain Injury Chronology and TBI among Veterans with Substance Use Disorder: Rethinking Polytrauma
  2. Understanding the Relationship between Lifestyle Factors, Body Composition, and Performance

For seminar announcements, subscribe to the Research to Practice Education Series distribution list.

FY20 Continuing Education Credits

Continuing Medical Education (CME)

FY20 Education Series attendees may receive up to 4.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  To be eligible for a certificate, you must have attended at least one FY20 seminar on the scheduled date and be registered for Activity ID 2020-0049.  

Certificate Instructions:

  1. Click on this link https://education.mods.army.mil/CME/Secured External Link
  2. From the menu on the left, click on CME User Accounts portal.
  3. Log in and review your profile (User Home at the top of the screen, then User Profile).
  4. Complete the Course Evaluation for Activity ID 2020-0049 and submit.
  5. Complete the Request for Credit form and submit.
  6. On the next screen, click on View Certificate link and print your CME certificate.
  7. If you have questions, please contact the CME Planner.

Continuing Nursing Education (CNE)

The United States Army Nurse Corps is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. CNE credits are available for registered nurses only. To be eligible for a certificate of attendance, you must register for each presentation through the CNE Planner and attend the seminar on the scheduled date.

ADDITIONALLY, nurses must also register for CMEs (follow instructions above), even if not seeking CME credits; you only need to complete the CME registration once per fiscal year.

Continuing Professional Education Units (CPEUs)

Dietitians may use the CME certificate as documentation for the CPEU. To claim a non-provider certificate, you must be registered on the CME website and complete the course evaluation (see instructions above).


Previous Seminar Presentations

Note: Presentation slides may be downloaded in PDF format (CAC login required); also, recordings of select presentations are available through milTube (CAC login required).

Presentation

Organization
Date

​Concerns about Dietary Supplements | PDF | milTube

​USU/CHAMP

​September 2020

​Minimizing the Impact of Musculoskeletal Injuries: Characteristics of Effective Embedded Teams | PDF | milTube

USU/CHAMP

September 2020​

​Cost of Army Injuries | PDF | milTube 

​APHC

July 2020​

​Effects of Army Pregnancy Postpartum Physical Training (P3T) on Physical Fitness, Body Composition, and Injury | PDF | milTube 

APHC

July 2020​

​The Military Eating Behavior Survey (MEBS): Development, Results, and Utilization | PDF | milTube External Link

​SP Corps

​May 2020

​In-Processing Musculoskeletal Screening for a Large Army Base: The Wins, The Losses and Moving Forward | PDF | milTube External Link

​SP Corps

​May 2020

Transcutaneous ​Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) to Enhance the Acquisition of Marksmanship Proficiency | PDF | milTube External Link

USARIEM​

February 2020​

​Effect of Carried Load on Walking Energy Cost and Kinematics among Male and Female Soldiers | PDF | milTube External Link

USARIEM​

​February 2020

​Trajectories of Self-Reported Sleep Quality in Active Duty Soldiers | PDF | milTube External Link

MEDCoE​

​December 2019

​Military Women's Desire for Menstrual Suppression during Training: Characteristics and Health Implications | PDF | milTube External Link

USUHS/CHAMP

​September 2019

​Self-Reported Musculoskeletal Injuries during U.S. Military Training and Medical Seeking Behaviors | PDF | milTube External Link

​USUHS/CHAMP

​September 2019

​Tissues and Trauma: Pain Neuroscience Education for Veterans and Soldiers with Chronic Low Back Pain | PDF | milTube External Link

​APHC

​July 2019

​Are U.S. Army Soldiers as Overweight/Obese as U.S. Civilians?  | PDF | milTube

​APHC

​July 2019

Presentations by West Point Sports Medicine Fellows | Combined Slidedeck  (PDF) | milTube Part 1| milTube Part 2  External Link

SP Corps​

​May 2019

The ARIEM Reduction in Musculoskeletal Injury (ARMI) Study | PDF | milTube  External Link

​USARIEM

​February 2019

Modulating the Immune Response: Targeting Cytokines to Promote Recovery | PDF | milTube  External Link

USARIEM

​February 2019

​Soldiers Who Have Failed U.S. Army Body Composition Standards Report a Faster Eating Rate than Soldiers Who Have Not | PDF | milTube  External Link

AMEDD C&S

December 2018​

​Using Movement Quality Screening to Assess Risk of Injury: Does It Work? | PDF | milTube  External Link

​USUHS/CHAMP

​September 2018

​Strategies for Implementing Successful Injury Prevention Programs | PDF | milTube External Link

​USUHS/CHAMP

​September 2018

​Sex and Fitness as Independent Risk Factors for Exercise-Related Overuse Injury: Data from Two Separate Studies | PDFmilTube External Link

​WRAIR

​July 2018

​Army Injury Epidemiology: Lessons Learned and Next Steps | PDF | milTube External Link

APHC

​July 2018

​Soldier Athlete Human Performance Optimization - An Injury Prevention and Performance Optimization Program with Civilian Collaboration and Lessons Learned | PDF | milTube External Link

​SP Corps

​May 2018

​Acute Atraumatic Lower Extremity MSK Injuries and Running in U.S. Army Rotational Units in the Republic of Korea | PDF | milTube External Link

​SP Corps

​May 2018

Factors Underlying Recent Dramatic Increases in Insomnia and Sleep Apnea
in Service Members | PDF | milTube External Link

USARIEM

February 2018

Understanding Soldiers’ Use of Dietary Supplements from a Focus Group Perspective: Motivators, Beliefs, Education | PDF | milTube External Link

USARIEM

February 2018

Mitigating Injury Risk for Competitive Running Following Lower Extremity Amputation | PDF | milTube External Link

AMEDD C&S

December 2017

Self-Reported Injury Prevalence and Its Relationship to Pain with Movement and Physical Performance Screening Tests Among AIT Soldiers | PDF | milTube External Link

AMEDD C&S

December 2017

Dietary Supplement Use Among Military Applicants | PDF | milTube 

USUHS/CHAMP

September 2017

Dietary Supplements and Adverse Events | PDF | milTube 

USUHS/CHAMP

September 2017

Risk Factors for Injury Associated with Low, Moderate, and High Mileage
Road Marching in a US Army | PDF 

USAPHC

July 2017

The Effects of Body Composition on Physical Performance and Injury Risks
among Soldiers | PDF 

USAPHC

July 2017

Running Injuries
PDF | milTube 

SP Corps

May 2017

Biomechanics of Load Carriage:
Recent Insights with a Focus on Knee Mechanics | PDF | milTube 

USARIEM

February 2017

Running Style, Performance and Injury
in the Military | PDF | milTube 

USARIEM

February 2017

Impact of Special Operations Forces (SOF) Dining Facility (DFAC) Menu and Labeling Modifications | PDF 

AMEDD C&S

December 2016

Differential Expression of Phosphorylated Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase in the Lateral Amygdala of Mice Selectively Bred for High and Low Fear | PDF 

AMEDD C&S

December 2016

Military Entrance Processing Screen to Assess Readiness for Training: Preliminary Findings from the Functional Movement Screen | PDF 

USUHS/CHAMP

September 2016

Rehab, Refit, Return to Duty: Rx3 - An Evidence Based Approach to Prescribing a Home Exercise Program for Injured Service Members | PDF 

USUHS/CHAMP

September 2016

Using Nutrition to Optimize Human Performance | PDF 

Warrior Human Performance Research Center

June 2016

Public Health Approach to Prevent Musculoskeletal Injury in Military: Lessons Learned from the Eagle Tactical Athlete Program | PDF 

Warrior Human Performance Research Center

June 2016

The Process of Reducing Injury and the Effects of Injury in the Military | PDF External Link

Warrior Human Performance Research Center

March 2016

Descriptive Epidemiology of Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Military | PDF External Link

Warrior Human Performance Research Center

March 2016

Development of Military Occupation-Specific Physical Employment Standards | PDF 

USARIEM

December 2015

Avoiding Muscle Damage with Exercise From Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness (DOMS) Rhabdomyolysis | PDF 

USARIEM

December 2015

Musculoskeletal Injury Reporting In An Infantry Brigade Combat Team | PDF 

USARIEM

September 2015

The Healthy Families Healthy Forces Study | PDF 

USARIEM

September 2015

The Primary Threat to Medical Readiness: Results of an Injury Prevention Survey to Determine Army Awareness & Needs | PDF 

USAPHC

June 2015

Running Injury Risk Factors & Interventions for the U.S. Armed Forces | PDF 

OTSG R2D

June 2015

Pregnancy Postpartum Physical Training's Effect on Health, Wellbeing, and Performance | PDF External Link

USAPHC

March 2015

Physical Training Strategies for Women in Combat Centric Occupations | PDF 

USAPHC

March 2015

  

For questions or comments about the Education Series, contact the APHC Injury Prevention Program: usarmy.apg.medcom-aphc.mbx.injuryprevention@mail.mil