Health Promotion and Education

Last Updated: August 01, 2018
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​Descriptions and updates on community resources, training and continuing education for health promotion coordinators and healthcare and fitness professionals involved in health promotion.


Charting the Course course description

Charting the Course to a Healthier Force

This Military Health Promotion Program Basics Course provides practical training in health promotion program development, implementation, and evaluation at the installation level to facilitate behavioral and environmental changes to improve the health and well-being of the military community. 

The 2018 'LIVE' Core Course will open for registration 5 March 2018.  The Pre-course Self-Study Module on milBook will be available in 5 March - 15 April 2018.  The Live Core Course will be offered on DCS Tuesdays at 0900 and Thursdays at 1700 beginning 3 April 2018.  Click on the course icon to the left to access the CCHF information page.  Click here to register!


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Community Resource Guides

These local guides provide a comprehensive, coordinated community outreach resource that leverages the strengths of installation and local community support programs and health promotion services for both Active and Reserve Component Service Members.  Click on the CRG icon for a list of links to installation CRGs.


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Health Promotion Webinar Series

The Behavioral Health Webinar Series is offering classes now! Live events will be hosted monthly on Defense Collaboration Services. CMEs are available for all sessions.  Click on the APHC logo to see a list of classes.




Ready and Resilient Campaign (R2C)

(R2C) is a collecton of comprehensive and far-reaching programs designed to guide the Army's efforts to build the physical, emotional, and psychological resilience of Soldiers (Active, Reserve and National Guard), Army Civilians, and thier Families, and directly enhance personal and unit readiness.  Click on the R2C image to learn more.

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Activity, Nutrition and Sleep.  The Triad is the foundation for Army Medicine's trnsformation to a System of Health, to improve readiness and increase resilience through public health initiatives and leadership engagement.  Click on the P3 logo for more information.