The Military Behavioral Healthcare will be held on March 18-20, 2013 | Washington D.C. IDGA’s Military Behavioral Healthcare will tackle the challenges faced by current soldiers, retiring service members and veterans.
It brings together a community of psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals dedicated to facilitating proper readjustment, service transition, diagnosis and preventive care. The event will encompass several areas on a soldier’s mental health as related to issues caused by combat and deployment. They can range from phobias, anxiety disorders, depression to obsessive-compulsive disorder – and most importantly, commonly experienced challenges such as PTSD, TBI, and Suicide.
The DoD VA Healthcare event will take place on May 20-23, 2013, at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX. DoD/VA Healthcare returns for its fourth year with its leading industry training forum showcasing the latest military medical technologies and providing an unparalleled educational experience for those involved in delivering patient care and support to service members and their families. 2013 speakers will include leading healthcare experts from military commands, university hospitals and veteran’s care organizations.
This year’s in-depth sessions will include 2 workshops and a main summit covering critical topics including Post Combat Care, Battlefield Healthcare, Electronic Health Records (EHR), Mental and Behavioral Health, Military Treatment Facilities CONUS, Pre and Post-Deployment Care/Services, TCCC Demo, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), PTSD and Wounded Warrior Care.