Army Injury Prevention

Army Injury Prevention Factsheets and Training Products

Last Updated: September 20, 2018
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T​hese APHC Injury Prevention Division (IPD) products represent the IPD's synthesis of scientific evidence regarding the types of injuries associated with activities, risk factors, and means to reduce injuries.  These products are intended to assist medical and non-medical personnel.  When evidence is inadequate, practice guidelines based on the subject matter expertise may be recommended.

NOTE: Individual scientific studies can suggest different viewpoints or findings.  While the IPD reviews the overall body of evidence to make recommendations, users are encouraged to contact us with questions or suggestions regarding conflicting information.  For other external (non-IPD) educational resources, users may also want to visit: Soldier Medical Readiness Campaign (SMR-CP): Injury Prevention/Human Performance Optimization Education Series and the Army Medicine Campaign Plan.


Factsheets

Slide decks

News articles

"Be resilient: Reduce your risk of running and sports injuries"  External Link (Army.mil, Jul 2018)

"The Weight of War: March to Win by Keeping Ahead of Injury" External Link (Knowledge, Aug 2016)

"Training in the Heat: Fact and Fiction" (Army.mil, Mar 2016) External Link

"Make sure your winter fun is not a wipeout" (Army.mil, Jan 2016) External Link

"Mouthguards: protecting your teeth won't make you a wuss" (Army.mil, Dec 2015) External Link

"Beware the blister: a 'minor injury' that can slow you down with serious pain" (Army.mil, Sep 2015) External Link

"Non-battle injuries result in more medical evacuations than combat" (Army.mil, Jan 2015) External Link