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Get the latest public health news right here! We post our quarterly newsletters, monthly quick hits on relevant topics, and other important news from across NMCPHC.

Winter Has Come - December Quick Hit

The King in the North isn’t the only one who has to worry about winter. While it may be a wonderful time of year for many, some experience extreme cold; cold that brings more complications than just White Walkers. Click here learn how to keep yourself safe from the Night King’s icy wrath.

What's New in Public Health – December 2017

Check out what's new in military public health with updates from NMCPHC.

NMCPHC UPDATES:

  • Impaired Driving Prevention Toolbox
  • FDA Issues Consumer Warning on Sports Products that Contain SARMs
  • Quick Hit – Combat Holiday Stress

PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE NEWS:

  • NMCP's New Warrior Concussion Clinic to Treat Service Members with TBIs
  • Promoting Health through Mind, Body, Spirit
  • Poly Trauma Department Doctors Celebrate 10 Years of Caring for Patients

EDUCATION & TRAINING:

  • January 29 – February 2: DOEHRS-IH Training

...and much more! Read the full December 2017 edition of What's New in Public Health here.

Combat Holiday Stress!

 

The holidays can be a stressful time for Sailors, Marines and their families, but we have tools that can help keep your holiday stress from becoming a holiday mess. From healthy eating to holiday budgeting, we've got it covered! Click here to learn how to "Combat Holiday Stress!"

What's New in Public Health - November 2017

Check out what's new in military public health with updates from NMCPHC.

NMCPHC UPDATES:

  • Tobacco Free Living Toolbox
  • Norovirus Outbreak – Stop the Spread
  • Occupational Health Provider Coding Guide

PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE NEWS:

  • Public Health Center Hosts First-Ever Occupational and Environmental Medicine Fundamentals Course
  • Connected Corpsmen in the Community Expands Care to Service Members in Pensacola
  • NHGB Prepares for Flu Seasons with Active Duty Shot Exercise

EDUCATION & TRAINING:

  • November 13 & 15: Navy Medicine Contraception Training – IUD and Nexplanon Placement
  • November 13 – 17: DOEHRS-IH Training
  • November 14 – 17: Spirometry Training Course

...and much more! Read the full November 2017 edition of What's New in Public Health here.

October's "The Reporter" - News and Tips for the DRSi User

This month's Reporter and webinar focuses on "2017 Updates to the Armed Forces RME Guidelines" providing information on newly reportable and recently deleted events from the list of reportable events, other changes to the reportable events list, and how these changes may affect local daily business processes. Dial-in and DCS link information to the webinar, scheduled for October 31st can be found in the Reporter by clicking here.

NMCPHC Newsletter – Summer 2017

We are pleased to share the latest edition of the NMCPHC newsletter. This edition addresses a variety of public health topics and programs.

Included articles:

  • The Key to Measuring Nurse Advice Line Effectiveness
  • Navy Entomologist and University of Florida Professors Track Mosquitoes and Pathogens in the Caribbean
  • Public Health Partnership Strengthens Mosquito Control Efforts in Haiti
  • Superbugs: Join the Fight!

...and more! Read the NMCPHC Newsletter here >>

What's New in Public Health - October 2017

Check out what's new in military public health with updates from NMCPHC.

NMCPHC UPDATES:

  • Women's Health Toolbox
  • 2017-2018 Influenza Surveillance Advisory
  • EpiData Center 2016 Surveillance Summaries

PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE NEWS:

  • Promoting Public Health through Mobile Community Health Fairs
  • New School Year, Same Risk: Don't Forget the Sunscreen
  • Getting ZZZs: Military Sleep Clinics Keep Troops on Their Toes by Shutting Their Eyes

EDUCATION & TRAINING:

  • October 24 & November 1: Tobacco Cessation Facilitator Training
  • October 31: DRSi Webinar – Prevention Services for the STI Patient

...and much more! Read the full October 2017 edition of What's New in Public Health here.

Preparing for the Unexpected

Severe weather and natural events can strike at any time and sometimes without warning. Depending on the region and terrain, storms and natural disasters can wreak havoc on families, communities and home and business owners. Before danger strikes, take time to prepare. Learn more by reading the September Quick Hit here!

September's "The Reporter" - News and Tips for the DRSi User

This month's Reporter and webinar focuses on "Influenza Surveillance" providing information on the significance of influenza, military surveillance and reporting activities, and important contact information.  Dial-in and DCS link information to the webinar, scheduled for September 26th, can be found in the Reporter by clicking here .   

What's New in Public Health - September 2017

Check out what's new in military public health with updates from NMCPHC.

NMCPHC UPDATES:

  • Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Toolbox
  • The Key to Measuring Nurse Advice Line Effectiveness
  • Quick Hit – Superbugs: Join the Fight!

PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE NEWS:

  • NSMRL Researcher Presents Findings on Circadian Rhythms at MHSRS
  • Meningococcal Disease Surveillance Protects the Health of U.S. Forces
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 101

EDUCATION & TRAINING:

  • 26 September: DRSi Webinar – Influenza Surveillance
  • 24 October: Tobacco Cessation Facilitator Training

...and much more! Read the full September 2017 edition of What's New in Public Health here.

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