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Army Medicine Campaign Research to Practice Education Series

Last Updated: July 24, 2018
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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 APHC Injury Prevention and OTSG Physical Performance Service Line.

Next Seminar: 17 September 2018, 1300-1410 ET

Defense Collaboration Services (DCS):  https://conference.apps.mil/webconf/ArmyMedicine2020ResearchtoPracticeEducationSeries External Link

Registration is required:

  1. Go to https://education.mods.army.mil/cme/secured/External Link
  2. Click on Activity Registration
  3. Log in (or create an account)
  4. Type in Activity ID: 2017-1784 in the search box and Register

Presentations:

Topic 1: Using Movement Quality Screening to Assess Risk of Injury: Does it Work?

Topic 2: Strategies for Implementing Successful Injury Prevention Programs

Faculty affiliation: Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) Consortium for Health and Military Performance (CHAMP)

Continuing Education Credits

Continuing Medical Education (CME)

The FY18 Education Series is approved for CME credits for five seminars (Dec 2017, Feb, May, Jul, Sep 2018).  Attendees may be eligible to receive up to 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Creditsper seminar, for a maximum of 5.0 credits. Both physicians and non-physicians may receive certificates of attendance. To be eligible for a certificate, you must be registered for the Education Series on the CME website and complete the CME course evaluation at the end of the series, after 30 Sep 2018. 

Accreditation Statement
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of U.S. Army Medical Command and ARMY PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER. The U.S. Army Medical Command is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation
The U.S. Army Medical Command designates this Live Activity for a maximum of 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Registration Instructions

The FY18 Army Medicine Campaign Research to Practice Education Series is approved for up to 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™. The Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) requires all accredited providers to submit the total number of physician and non-physician attendees. In this regard, ALL attendees regardless of discipline must be registered; you only need to register once for the entire fiscal year. When the Series is completed, attendees must return to the CME website, complete an evaluation form and request credit before the certificate may be printed.

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 at least one presentation on the CNE website and attend the seminar on the scheduled date.

Registration Instructions
The AMED Campaign Research to Practice presentations are approved for 0.5 CNEs per topic. Nurses may apply for CNE credits by registering as follows:

  1. Go to activity registration page from CNE MODs website: https://education.mods.army.mil/NursingCNE/Secure/ActivitiesList.aspx?role=S External Link
  2. Type the course codes into the "type activity title or id" blank, click "search" for each activity:
    • NOTE: CNEs not available for 17 Sept seminar
  3. Title will appear in blue, click on title to register for each activity.
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: an AKO account is needed to download presentation slides (PDF).  Also, recordings of select presentations are available through milTube as provided below (CAC required for access).

PresentationOrganizationDate
​Sex and Fitness as Independent Risk Factors for Exercise-Related Overuse Injury: Data from Two Separate Studies | PDF ​Walter Reed Army Institute of Research​July 2018
​Army Injury Epidemiology:Lessons Learned and Next Steps | PDF Army Public Health Center​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 US Army Research Institute of Environmental MedicineFebruary 2018
Understanding Soldiers’ Use of Dietary Supplements from a Focus Group Perspective: Motivators, Beliefs, Education | PDF | milTube External Link US Army Research Institute of Environmental MedicineFebruary 2018
Mitigating Injury Risk for Competitive Running Following Lower Extremity Amputation | PDF | milTube External LinkUS Army Medical Department Center & SchoolDecember 2017
Self-Reported Injury Prevalence and Its Relationship to Pain with Movement and Physical Performance Screening Tests Among AIT Soldiers | PDF | milTube External LinkUS Army Medical Department Center & SchoolDecember 2017
Dietary Supplement Use Among Military Applicants | PDF | milTube External Link Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Consortium for Health and Military PerformanceSeptember 2017
Dietary Supplements and Adverse Events | PDF | milTube External Link Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Consortium for Health and Military PerformanceSeptember 2017
Risk Factors for Injury Associated with Low, Moderate, and High Mileage Road Marching in a US Army | PDF External Link US Army Public Health CenterJuly 2017
The Effects of Body Composition on Physical Performance and Injury Risks among Soldiers | PDF External Link US Army Public Health CenterJuly 2017
Running Injuries
PDF | milTube External Link
SP CorpsMay 2017
Biomechanics of Load Carriage:
Recent Insights with a Focus on Knee Mechanics | PDF | milTube External Link
US Army Research Institute of Environmental MedicineFebruary 2017
Running Style, Performance and
Injury in the Military | PDF | milTube External Link
US Army Research Institute of Environmental MedicineFebruary 2017
Impact of Special Operations Forces (SOF) Dining Facility (DFAC) Menu and Labeling Modifications | PDF External Link
US Army Medical Department Center & SchoolDecember 2016
Differential Expression of Phosphorylated Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase in the Lateral Amygdala of Mice Selectively Bred for High and Low Fear | PDF External Link
US Army Medical Department Center & SchoolDecember 2016
Military Entrance Processing Screen to Assess Readiness for Training: Preliminary Findings from the Functional Movement Screen | PDF External Link Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Consortium for Health and Military PerformanceSeptember 2016
Rehab, Refit, Return to Duty: Rx3 - An Evidence Based Approach to Prescribing a Home Exercise Program for Injured Service Members | PDF External Link Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Consortium for Health and Military PerformanceSeptember 2016
Using Nutrition to Optimize Human Performance | PDF External Link University of Pittsburgh, Warrior Human Performance Research CenterJune 2016
Public Health Approach to Prevent Musculoskeletal Injury in Military: Lessons Learned from the Eagle Tactical Athlete Program | PDF External Link University of Pittsburgh, Warrior Human Performance Research CenterJune 2016
The Process of Reducing Injury and the Effects of Injury in the MilitaryUniversity of Pittsburgh,  Warrior Human Performance Research CenterMarch 2016
Descriptive Epidemiology of Musculoskeletal Injuries in the MilitaryUniversity of Pittsburgh, Warrior Human Performance Research CenterMarch 2016
Development of Military Occupation-Specific Physical Employment Standards | PDF External Link USARIEMDecember 2015
Avoiding Muscle Damage with Exercise From Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness (DOMS) Rhabdomyolysis | PDF External Link USARIEMDecember 2015
Musculoskeletal Injury Reporting In An Infantry Brigade Combat Team | PDF External Link USARIEMSeptember 2015
The Healthy Families Healthy Forces Study | PDF External Link USARIEMSeptember 2015
The Primary Threat to Medical Readiness: Results of an Injury Prevention Survey to Determine Army Awareness & Needs | PDF External Link APHCJune 2015
Running Injury Risk Factors & Interventions for the U.S. Armed Forces | PDF External Link OTSG R2DJune 2015
Pregnancy Postpartum Physical Training's Effect on Health, Wellbeing, and PerformanceAPHCMarch 2015
Physical Training Strategies for Women in Combat Centric Occupations | PDF External Link APHCMarch 2015

For questions or comments about the Education Series, please email the APHC Injury Prevention Division usarmy.apg.medcom-aphc.mbx.injuryprevention@mail.mil