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US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Aug 19, 2022 U.S. Naval Hospital Jacksonville
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Mental Health Awareness 05.21.2021 Video by Deidre Smith Naval Hospital Jacksonville May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Here's some tips to help support your mental health. #MindMissionReady Date Taken: 05.21.2021 Date Posted: 05.26.2021 14:46 Category: B-Roll Video ID: 796490 VIRIN: 210521-N-QA097-344 Filename: DOD_108363555 Length: 00:01:20 Location: FL, US BUMED #21-0049-004 (DOD_108363555-1280x720-2765k)
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Topics: mental health, psychiatry, PSA
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Aug 12, 2022 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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“I am Ensign Brett Flaherty, a third year medical student at the Uniformed Services University (USU).” Flaherty was one of only six United States Naval Academy (USNA) class of 2017 graduates to join the USU School of Medicine class of 2021. Current Navy regulations cap the maximum number of combined Medical and Dental Corps billets for graduating USNA midshipmen at 15, making this a particularly notable accomplishment 
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Topics: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, medical school, Navy Medicine Live blog
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Oct 11, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Many Sailors and Marines take dietary supplements in an effort to stay healthy and/or improve performance. However, research has only confirmed the health benefits of some dietary supplements. With the variety of dietary supplements available and so many claims made about their health benefits, it is difficult to know whether a supplement is safe or useful.
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Topics: nutrition, vitamins
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jan 1, 2020 U.S. Naval Hospital Philadelphia
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Report of deaths at Naval Hospital Philadelphia from January 1897 - July 1910. Information captured includes: NAME IN FULL (SURNAME FIRST). WHERE FROM.  RATE OR RANK.  NATIVE OF-  DATE OF BIRTH. DATE OF DEATH. PLACE OF DEATH.  CAUSE OF DEATH.  HOUR OF FUNERAL SERVICES. DATE OF FUNERAL. PLACE OF BURIAL. GRAVE.   Number   Condition   Section or Plot   Row. DEATH CERTIFICATE - WHEN FORWARDED. FRIENDS NOTIFIED. NAME OF UNDERTAKER EMPLOYED.
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Topics: NH Philadelphia, genealogy, alcoholism, tuberculosis, Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Mount Moriah Cemetery,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Dec 11, 2015 U.S. Navy. USS Repose (AH-16)
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Hospital ship USS Repose (AH-16) newspaper discussing passing through a typhoon.
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Topics: USS Repose (AH-16), hospital ship, World War 2, World War II
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jun 14, 2015 U.S. Navy. Nurse Corps
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Strategic planning requires that we look to the future. Having done that, we see a future health care system that is driven by the needs of our customers--with diversified and empowered nurses at the forefront . In order to make this a reality, we must examine the way we do business and restructure the way we deliver care. We must map out step-by-step how to effect change. Through collaborative efforts, we have developed the Nurse Corps Strategic Plan-a plan that applies to every active duty...
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Topics: Nurse Corps, nursing, nurses
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jun 5, 2015 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 38 No. 6, 22 September 1961 MEDICAL DIGESTS Management of Radiation Exposure Patients by CAPT E . R. King MC USN, Chief of Radiology, U.S. Naval Hospital; Director, Department of Nuclear Medicine, U.S. Naval Medical School ... 3 Eaton Agent Pneumonia by CAPT J. R. Kingston MC USN, R. M. Chanock MD, LT M.A. Mufson MC USNR, L. P. Hellman MA, W. D. James and H. H. Fox BS, LT M.A. Manko MC USNR, and CAPT James Boyers MC USNR. ... 7 Animal Genes and...
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Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, NAMRU-4, smallpox, vaccination, polio, nuclear warfare, NH St. Albans,...
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Dec 9, 2014 Helen F. Groble
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Mission to Nagasaki By Lieut. Helen F. Groble (HC) USN, Aboard the USS HAVEN A Navy Nurse's Account of  Hospital Ship Duty at this Japanese Port.
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Topics: USS Haven (AH-12), hospital ship, atomic bomb, World War II, World War 2, Japan, POWs, Prisoners of...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jul 12, 2013 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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The Grog Issue 37, 2013 Features Sharks, No Chaser: A Look Back at the Navy's Fight Against the Denizens of the Deep ......................................................page 4 Vixerat: RADM Ferdinand Berley (1912-2013).............................page 14 Angels of the Airfield: Navy Air Evacuation Nurses of World War II .................page 16 Showcase BUMED Aviation Supplement's "Shark Notes"...............................page 6 A Few Facts About...
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Topics: History of medicine, sharks, Navy Air Evacuation Nurses, Joel Boone, Ferdinand Berley, obituaries,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Regional Medical Center Memphis
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THANKSGIVING THOUGHTS Beware Of Old 'Ptomaine Tom' Reflections By: LT CARL CRUIT, MSC, USN SAILORS OF THE QUARTER HAIL & FAREWELL Systems Fair: An Informal Affair Doctors Differ PROVING NEED FOR STANDARD LIST Clipper Close-up: Patient Affairs
Topics: Tennessee, hospital, newspaper, Hospital Corps, hospital administration, Medical Service Corps,...
Smooth Unit Consolidation for Nursing Services IN MEMORIAM Mr. Arthur W. Baley Staff Pulse Beat Hospital Corps marks its 96th Birtday
Topics: Florida, hospital, newspaper, Hospital Corps, American Red Cross, Total Quality Management, BRAC,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Hospital San Diego
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Captain T.J. Summerour stands down NavHosp C.O. joins tissue donation program Navy Doctor's Wives Assist NAVAL Hospital Red Cross with donation Six women started wave of Waves in 1948 Corpsman combat memorial dedicated June 17 NavHosp Blood Bank speaks out on AIDS Hospital Corps picnic-party a big hit  Program is helping foreign-born wives to speak English
Topics: Naval School of Health Sciences, training, organ donation, Naval Hospital Tissue Bank, Hospital...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Hospital Bremerton / U.S. NMRTC Bremerton
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Corpsman support for those gone but never forgotten I Am Navy Medicine – Lt. Caitlin Sleight, clinical psychologist - at NMRTC Bremerton Addressing the Stigma of Mental Health ‘With Pride We Swim Together’ highlights command’s LGBT Pride Month Earthquake Exercise keeps the pressure on at Naval Hospital Bremerton Frocking Ceremony highlights newly advanced Sailors Immunization Clinic tabbed as tops at Naval Hospital Bremerton PHEO on the Field—Bringing the Heat I Am Navy Medicine - and...
Topics: Hospital Corps, Medical Service Corps, psychology, mental health, baseball
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune
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Featuring Amy Jolicoeur, NMCCL Tauma Nurse Coordinator. Video by NMCCL Public Affairs  Do you or family and friends burn brush or trash outside? A seemingly simply task can often lead to painful accidents. In the latest episode of NMCCL Trauma Talks, we discuss burn prevention. February 2-8 is National Burn Awareness Week, and the NMCCL Trauma Center wants you to stay viligant and cautious around fire. Special thanks to the firefighters of Camp Lejeune Fire & EMS for letting us film with...
Topics: firefighting, burns, accident prevention, trauma, PSA
BY Comdr. Marshall Eskridge, (MC), USN. Details service off Japan.
Topics: hospital ship, World War II, World War 2, typhus, smallpox, evacuation, USS Henderson
LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES 04.05.2020 Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Jacob L Greenberg Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet LOS ANGELES (April 5, 2020) A virtual tour of hospital ship USNS Mercy’s (T-AH 19) dental department. Mercy deployed in support of the nation's COVID-19 response efforts, and will serve as a referral hospital for non-COVID-19 patients currently admitted to shore-based hospitals. This allows shore base hospitals to focus their efforts on COVID-19 cases. One of the Department...
Topics: dentistry, COVID-19, coronavirus, USNS Mercy (T-AH19), hospital ship
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Postgraduate Dental School
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Brent J. Crumpton, DC, USN and Captain Scott McClanahan, DC, USN The purpose of this clinical update is to bring clinicians up to date with three current and popular endodontic rotary nickel-titanium instrument systems. Background Since the end of the nineteenth century, automated root canal instrumentation has been available, but systems had many problems. The challenges of increased canal blockage, instrument breakage, and insufficient canal debridement were related to the use of stainless...
Topics: endodontics, Root Canal Preparation, Root Canal Therapy
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Postgraduate Dental School
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Oral tissue: to submit, or not to submit Lieutenant Bradley E. Jones, DC, USN, Captain Blake H. Turner, DC, USN, and Lieutenant Commander Brenda L. Nelson, DC, USN "As a dentist, under intense pressure to maintain readiness, does one need to consider submitting every fragment of tooth and tissue to the pathologist? What is the clinical diagnostic process? And what are the consequences of not submitting the appropriate tissues to pathology?"
Topics: pathology, dentistry
CNO and Mrs. Gilday Mental Health Awareness Month video message 2021 04.20.2021 Video by Chief Petty Officer Nicholas Brown Chief of Naval Operations 210420-N-TR763-1001 WASHINGTON (Apr. 20, 2021) - Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Gilday and his wife Linda deliver a Mental Health Awareness Month video message to the fleet. (U.S. Navy video by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Nick Brown/Released) Date Taken: 04.20.2021 Date Posted: 05.12.2021 15:35 Category: PSA Video ID: 794529...
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CDR Peter B. Dodson (ret) passed away peacefully at the age of 67 at Good Shepherd Hospice in Sebring, Florida on February 20, 2019 surrounded by the love of his family and friends. Peter graduated from Chillicothe High School in Chillicothe, Ohio in 1969. He received his B.S. in Biology from Valparaiso University in 1973 and his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from Case Western Reserve University in 1977. Peter practiced dentistry for 40 years, with nearly 25 years in the United States Navy,...
Topics: Dental Corps, obituary
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Hospital Pensacola
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Naval Hospital Pensacola participated in the 2017 Pensacola Veterans Day Parade. Almost 80 Sailors from the hospital marched and carried flags from all 50 states. The formation was lead by Capt. Amy Branstetter, commanding officer, Naval Hospital Pensacola.
Topics: Florida, parade, Veterans Day
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
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AFIP STAFF MONITORS KUWAITI FIRES; Environmental risk to troops is assessed ...1 SURGICAL PATHOLOGY SEMINAR SET FOR ORLANDO; February 10-14 at Disney's Contemporary Resort ...1 DEPUTY DIRECTOR REVIEWS EDUCATION MISSION; New Course Offerings, Collections Highlighted ...3 AFIP STAFF "IN THE NEWS" ...4 Robert H. Ackerman Named Distinguished Scientist; One Year Tenure Set for Department of Radiologic Pathology ...5 Museum Is Founding Member Of National AIDS Exhibit Consortium ...7...
Topics: Thomas Stocker, Vernon Armbrustmacher, Operation Desert Storm
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • Mental Health and Suicide Prevention • Preventive Medicine Unit Holds Change of Charge Ceremony • NMCPHC HPW Newsletter September 2018 • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter Public Health in the News • Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) - Navy.mil • Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit Five Sailors Clean Up Local Bay - dvidshub.net • Malaria Candidate Vaccine Proves Effective - Navy.mil NMCPHC Upcoming Training & Conferences • November 1...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, suicide
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates  Safety Toolbox  Quick Hit - Don’t Stress the PCS  Quick Hit - CCHE Toolbox  NEPMU - 5 Receives Blue H Award Seventh Year in a Row  DRSi Newsletter – The Reporter Public Health in the News  Breaking Down Anxiety One Fear at a Time – Health.mil  USNS Mercy Arrives in Japan for Port Calls – Navy.mil  Military Doctors Conduct Infectious Training in Panama – Health.mil NMCPHC Upcoming Training & Conferences  July 26: Health Promotion and...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, Panama
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Medical Leadership & Professional Development Command (NMLPDC)
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21-0013-090 mp4 video hires Versatile | Skilled | Vital -- Independent Duty Corpsman: HMCS Simakara “Sam” Sok 06.02.2021 Video by Nicole McFarland Visual Information Directorate-NMLPDC HMCS (FMF/EXW) Simakara “Sam” Sok describes what being an Independent Duty Corpsman means to him. Date Taken: 06.02.2021 Date Posted: 06.04.2021 15:02 Category: Video Productions Video ID: 799901 VIRIN: 210602-D-OO792-186 PIN: 820005 Filename: DOD_108381393 Length: 00:00:31 Location: US 21-0013-091 mp4...
Topics: Independent Duty Corpsman, Hospital Corps
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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By Bruce L. Gillingham, MD, CPE, FAOA RADM, MC, USN Surgeon General, U.S. Navy Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Updated information about about what we have learned so far, as of 16 June 2020, about COVID-19 including how it spreads and it's effects if you become infected.
Topics: covid-19, coronavirus
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Department of the Navy Human Research Protection Program
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Protocol Deviations and Opportunities for Growth By Kathleen Osei Mobile Apps in Research & Considerations for IRB Review By Chidima Ioanou DIRECTOR’S CORNER CDR Leedjia Svec Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) History Panel 3 André B. Sobocinski  
Topics: Puerto Rico, medical ethics, birth control, history of medicine, Women’s Equality Day, National...
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- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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By Captain William H. H. Turville MEDICAL CORPS, USN CONTENTS I. FORMATIVE ERA II. FIRST STOP - SAN PEDRO Ill. WE SHOVE OFF IV. WE ARRIVE AT GUADALCANAL V. THE UNLOADING OF THE S. S. JEAN LYKES VI. BUILDING THE HOSPITAL Vil. THE HOSPITAL OPENS VIII. BUILDING OF THE HOSPITAL CONTINUES IX. THE KOU POINT BRANCH X. CONVALESCENT SICK OFFICERS CAMP XI. THE U.S. NAVAL MEDICAL SUPPLY FACILITY, GUADALCANAL, B. S. I. XII. MALARIA CONTROL XIII. AIR RAIDS XIV. THE ARRIVAL OF THE NURSES XV. ENTERTAINMENT AT...
Topics: World War II, cruise book, yearbook
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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Editor’s note: Although this blog honors several individuals, there are thousands of remarkable women who contribute to the Navy Medicine mission and continue to make an impact every day.
Topics: women's history, history of medicine, Nurse Corps, Navy Medicine Live blog,
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) COVID-19 Literature Reports  Prepared by:   Tracy C. Shields, MSIS, AHIP (Ms.; she/her)  Naval Medical Center Portsmouth; Library Services, Reference Medical Librarian Purpose:   These reports, published every other week on Fridays, are curated collections of current research, evidence reviews, special reports, grey literature, and news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic that may be of interest to medical providers, leadership, and decision makers. The...
Topics: covid-19, bibliography
The sources of exposure of Naval personnel to ionizing radiation have been increasing over the past several years.  The need for a center to evaluate individuals suspected of exposure to radiation or to manage and treat patients actually exposed has become more and more apparent. In February 1957, Rear Admiral B. W. Hogan, MC, USN, the Surgeon General, requested advice on this matter from several sources. Among those consulted were Doctors William Looney and Norman Rassmussen of the...
Topics: atomic war, radiation poisoning
Flying in the Dark? NAMRU-D’s Night Vision Simulation Laboratory to Benefit Aviators By: LCDR Dustin Huber Evaluation of Pharmacokinetic Models for In Vitro to In Vivo Extrapolation of High Throughput Toxicity Screening Data By: Dr. Lisa Sweeney NAMRU-D Research Highlighted by the Journal of Neuroscience By: Dr. Karen L. Mumy Recent Developments in Triservice Aeromedical Research By: Dr. Richard Arnold Navy Medicine West Rear Admiral Visits and Meets with NAMRU-D Using the MHS Data Repository...
Topics: NAMRU-D, aviation medicine, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory (NAMRL), Environmental...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Hospital Millington
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COMMANDING OFFICERS MESSAGE Awards! Awards! Awards! The Civilian Community Departmental Highlight The Bachelor Enlisted Quarters CAPTAIN'S CALL OF MAY 92 Branch Spotlight Cross Training, A Smart Way To Avoid Injuries Protect Yourself When Handling Sharps
Topics: Tennessee, hospital, newspaper, sexual harassment, heat stress
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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By Navy Lt. Marc Calestini, Internal Medicine Department, Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton, Calif. "With the Navy Medicine adoption of the Patient-Centered Medical Home Port, primary care is becoming more and more a team effort. One place where this is strikingly apparent is with the Wounded Warrior Program at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton. As the Wounded Warrior Medical Officer, I function as a primary care doctor. Although my patient load is limited to the 200 or so Wounded Warriors on...
Topics: Navy Medicine Live Blog, Medical Home Port, NH Camp Pendleton, US Marine Corps
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
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Sexual Assault Awareness Month at a Glance NMCP: Drug Take Back Program a Daily Success NMCP Patient Shares Her Experience with Oral Cancer Diagnosis Drinking and driving in the U.S.
Topics: oral cancer, sexual assault, pharmaceuticals
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Postgraduate Dental School
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Contemporary Post Guidelines LT Kelli Swenson, DC, USN and CAPT Patricia Tordik, DC, USN Introduction A post and core is necessary in endodontically treated teeth when there is insufficient tooth structure to support a final restoration. Teeth restored with posts have less tooth structure and reduced fracture resistance. Posts should only be used to retain the core. The purpose of this clinical update is to review modern guidelines for use of and preparation for posts.
Topics: endodontics, Post and Core Technique
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Hospital Bremerton / U.S. NMRTC Bremerton
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I Am Navy Medicine and Medical Support Assistant, David N. Smith I Am Navy Medicine, and Sailor of the Quarter, HM2 Alexis Delapaz Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Bremerton held its inaugural CMC’s Cup event, hosted by the command’s Recreational Advisory Committee, June 25, 2021.
Topic: Hospital Corps
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Center for Combat and Operational Stress Control (NCCOSC)
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Caring for the Caregiver By Cmdr. Jean Fisak, NC, USN, Deputy Director, NCCOSC Hospital Corpsmen Cope with Stress During RIMPAC 2014 Caregiver Occupational Stress Control: The Missing Piece of the Puzzle Happy Foods for a Festive Holiday What is Compassion Fatigue? Building a Better Battle Buddy
Topics: psychology, Stress Disorders Post-Traumatic, NMC San Diego, USNS Mercy (T-AH 19), humanitarian...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Robert E. Bush Naval Hospital
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Hospital Honors Sailors, Civilians of the Quarter Naval Hospital Rocks in Base-wide Drill Why is Tobacco screening important? Why do women need to be screened for breast cancer? What is really in that soda you are drinking? Coalition doctors remove tumor, saye Afghan girl's life Ombudsman Corner -- Summer Fun
Topics: NH Twentynine Palms, smoking, women's health, nutrition, Afghanistan
Chairwoman McCollum, Ranking Member Calvert, distinguished Members of the Subcommittee, it is my privilege to update you on Navy Medicine. The last year has been like no other in our lifetimes as we confronted a deadly adversary, the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease it causes, COVID-19. The battle continues today. Throughout this global pandemic, the operational tempo of Navy Medicine remains high, as we protect the readiness and health of our Sailors, Marines and their families, along with...
Topics: covid-19, Navy medicine, ambulance ship, Congressional testimony, Hospital Corps
Surgeon General's Dive-In Discussion Series #1. Navy SG interview with Ensign Alexius Russell, the first African American woman selected for the Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program, or EMDP2 02.25.2022 Video by BUMED PAO U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery SG Bruce Gillingham interview with Ensign Alexius Russell. The first African American woman selected for the Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program, or EMDP2, a two-year program offered by Uniformed Services University...
Topics: USUHS, Medical Corps, African-American, women, medical school
Big plans for 1 July NHO to celebrate 20th Anniversary Where were you when Naval Hospital Orlando was commissioned on 1 July 1968? Staff Journal Nurse Corps celebrates BEQ' s Outstanding Residents The masters of the PRT
Topics: Florida, hospital, newspaper, Hospital Corps, Nurse Corps, American Red Cross, physical readiness...
A Marathon Mindset and Resilience during COVID-19 Cynthia Kuehner, RDML, NC Director, Navy Nurse Corps Reserve Component: Deputy Director’s Message Eric Peterson, RDML, NC Deputy Director, Reserve Component Navy Recruiting Command (CNRC) Update Shannon Evans, LCDR, NC Nurse Corps Program Manager Medical Programs Accessions (N314) Career Development Board (CDB) Program Update Raymond Bonds, CDR, NC CDB Program Manager Assistant Program Manager Amy Clark, CDR, NC Nurse Corps Graduate Programs...
Topics: covid-19, Nurse Corps
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
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Managing Fatigue Tips to Prevent Food Poisoning Hepatitis: Spreading Awareness for a Global Burden
Topics: food poisoning, hepatitis
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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An extremely competitive award presented to a mid-level Hospital Corpsman in the Navy's medical department by Surgeon General Bruce Gillingham and Force Master Chief Roberts based on evaluating the sailors who rose through the competition in the field. Covers Fiscal Year 2021, aka Sept 2020-Sept 2021. BUMED # 22-0005-054
Topic: Hospital Corps
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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This motion graphic describes how we in the NMCPHC Health Analysis Department help you act on the facts when there are so many unknowns in the medical world. It provides a picture of our expertise and how we can use epidemiology to help you plan, monitor, and deliver services that improve healthcare quality for Sailors, Marines, and their families. Date Taken: 08.31.2015 Date Posted: 09.30.2015 12:44 Category: Package Video ID: 425995 VIRIN: 130806-N-MC000-002 Filename: DOD_102766198 Length:...
Topic: epidemiology
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- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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Navy and Marine Corps Medical News June 2012 - Pacific Partnership conducts life-changing surgeries in Indonesia - Navy Medicine moves to its new port - Navy Medicine's top financial leaders discuss transactional excellence - Navy Entomology Center staff instruct international students - Navy Surgeon General explores future of military health care - Portsmouth to be initial site for new integrated electronic health record - NAVMISSA course hones success for new project managers - Corpsmen...
Topics: MedNews, Pacific Partnership, Indonesia, entomology, Hospital Corps, hospital corpsman, Navy...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms
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Hospital Executive Officer receives Legion of Merit Medal Navy Surgeon General pays visit to Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms A dialog about our future TRICARE Provider Locator Line now available for TRICARE Standard Users From the Desk of the CO ... Another Success Story Family-friendly bunch takes care of families at China Lake Chaplain 's Corner. .. . Second Wind Personal Satisfaction 1999 Ridge Run Planned for June will test strength Patient Administration Department First to Meet BUMED's...
Topics: Douglas H. Freer, Joan M. Huber, BMC China Lake, Fleet Hospital 5, NH Bremerton, Camp Pendleton
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 20, No. 1, 25 July 1952  Dupuytren's Contracture ... ......... ...................... 2 Surgical Closure of an Aortic Septal Defect. ....................... 3 Repair of Dural Defects With Gelatin Film ..... ....... ....... 4 The Use of Banthine Bromide in Infantile Colic and Vomiting ..... .. 6 Clinical Ballistocardiography in Office Practice ..... .. ... .. .. . 7 Pericarditis ............. .. . . .......... .... .... .... .. . 9 The Antibiotic...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, NAMRU-3, Naval Medical Research Institute, Naval School of Aviation...
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 21, No. 4, 20 February 1953 Fractures Involving the Distal Epiphysial Cartilage of the Radius ....2 Subperitoneal Hemorrhage..... . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 4 Modern Management of Inguinal Hernia ...... 5 Pulmonary Hydatid Disease......... . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Carcinoma of the Breast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Paracarinal Biopsy.. . ... . . . . . . . . . . 11 Studies With Intravenous Gitalin................ 12 Acute Infectious...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, pediatrics, breast cancer, Korean War, malaria, Naval Medical Research...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms
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Military Sick Call Undertakes Major Changes Kudos Flow to Hospital Staff On the History of the Hospital Corps Navy Traditions and Customs Introducing The New Hospital Chaplain Well Advised comes to Naval Hospital New Policy For The Medical Directorate Will Require Late Arrivals For Appoints To Reschedule Command Financial Specialist (CFS) Team
Topic: Joan Huber
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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NAVAL SERVICE MEDICAL NEWS (NSMN) 96-10 (960115)-Corpsman Selected as NAVBASE Jax Sailor of the Year (960116)-COMNAVBASE Seattle Selects Hospital Corpsman SOY (960117)-Hospital Corpsmen are Finalists for CINCPACFLT SOYs (960118)-29 Palms Corpsman Selected As COMMARFORPAC SOY (960119)-CINCLANTFLT Carrier Blue 'M' Awards Announced (960120)-U.S. Naval Hospital Naples Earns JCAHO Accreditation (960121)-Navy Becoming 'Driving' Force in Hearing Tests (960122)-Dental Vans Bring the Chair to You...
Topics: MEDNEWS, Sailor of the Year, NH Twentynine Palms, NH Naples, JCAHO, BMC Pascagoula, Mobile Hearing...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune
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CMC Corner NHCL Staff Recognized for Members of the Year 2012 Deliberate Excellence Meditation Improves Sleep, Reduces Anxiety Former Blue Angel Motivates Staff Residency Program Receives Accreditation, Zero Citations IA Spotlight
Topics: NH Camp Lejeune, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Afghanistan, individual augmentee
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Fleet Hospital 105
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Cruise book or yearbook of the World War II hospital formerly known as Mobile Hospital 5, commissioned on May 26, 1942 and based in New Caledonia in the Pacific Ocean as of September 1942.
Topics: cruise book, yearbook, World War II
PASSING OF CAPT JOHN E. FREEMAN USN, DC
Topics: Dental Corps, John Freeman, obituary
"Can a video game influence Navy policy? Cmdr. Rob McLay and Lt. Cmdr Heather Kurera, psychiatrists at Naval Medical Center San Diego, think so. With the help of researcher Massoud Nikkhoy of the Naval Center for Combat and Operational Stress Control, the study seeks to provide data to determine the effects of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) – commonly known as antidepressants – on a Sailor’s ability to safely use small firearms."
Topics: Navy Medicine Live Blog, Naval Center for Combat and Operational Stress Control, antidepressants,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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BY LT. CDR. ROBERT E. STRANGE, MC, USN, AND CDR. RANSOM J. ARTHUR, MC, USN LL Cdr. Strange is Assistant Chief of Psychiatry, U.S. Naval Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. 19145, and Cdr. Arthur is Officer in Charge, U. S. Navy Medical Neuropsychiatric Research Unit, San Diego, Calif. 92152. The hospital ship Repose has provided combat-supportive medical services for U. S. forces in Viet Nam, receiving casualties evacuated directly from the field medical units as well as patients referred from the...
Topics: Thorazine, advertising, Navy Medical Neuropsychiatric Research Unit, NH Philadelphia, psychiatry,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Department of Defense. Department of Veterans Affairs. Vision Center Of Excellence
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This Defense Media Activity "Roger That" spot encourages everyone to know how to respond to ocular injuries by surveying the situation; shielding the eye area and seeking medical care.
Topics: ophthalmology, public service announcement
PASSING OF CAPTAIN JAMES T. MELLONIG DC, USN (RET) Shipmates, it is with deep regret that I inform you of the passing of Captain James T. Mellonig, DC, USN (ret). CAPT Mellonig died peacefully in his home in Mico, TX at the age of 79 on November 16, 2021. After he received his D.D.S. from Marquette University in 1969, he entered the U.S Navy’s Dental Corps to spend a highly productive 20-year career. 
Topics: obituary, Dental Corps
Before beginning any procedure:Time Out CONFIRM that all team members have introduced themselves by name and role Review critical procedure steps: Is all necessary equipment available for anticipated complications? Have unnecessary medications and implants been secured? Imaging or other supporting data has been reviewed within 24 hours and is available at bedside PROVIDER and team verbally confirm: Correct patient Correct site and side Correct procedure Informed consent signed and dated If...
Topics: surgery, hospitals, NH Yokosuka
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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If you have seen the news on Flint, Michigan over the last year, you know that limited access to safe drinking water is not an issue reserved for developing countries. Water contamination exists home and abroad and the affects can be seen in the health and safety of everyone who relies on the water source. Because of this the Navy Marine Corps Public Health Center is committed to educating Navy preventive medicine personnel on policies, surveillance and testing techniques and risk communication...
Topics: water, nutrition
NAVMED P-5010-2
Topics: hygiene, gymnasiums
Director’s Corner: Familiar Partnerships by Rebecca McCormick-Boyle, RADM, NC, USN, Director, Navy Nurse Corps Reserve Corner: Career Development - Roles for Progression by Tina Alvarado RADM, NC, USN, Deputy Director, Reserve Component Nurse Corps News Editor: Introduction by LCDR Melani L. Harding Specialty Leader Update: Medical-Surgical Nursing (1910) by LCDR Aleah McHenry Specialty Leader Update: Psychiatric Mental Health (1930/1973) by CDR William S. Byers Are You Interested In Joint...
Topics: USS HIGBEE (DDG-123), Afghanistan, Nurse Corps, nursing, psychiatry, Lenah Higbee
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 23, No. 11, 11 June 1954 Hodgkin's Disease .. .......... 2 Artificial Respiration. . . . . . . . . 6 Anticoagulant Therapy . . . . . . . . 7 Choice of Anticoagulant . . . . . . . 8 Cortisone Therapy. . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Viral Hepatitis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Uses of Iodine131 .. . . . ... . .. .. 12 Isoniazid and Iproniazid . . . . . . . 13 Lead Poisoning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Amebic Liver Abscess .. . ..... 15 Rubella Problem...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, NH Bremerton, tattoos
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 62 No. 5 November 1973 FROM THE CHIEF ....... . .... .. . ..... .. 2 BUMED SITREP .. . ..................... 24 FEATURE ARTICLES Military Psychiatry - To Be Or Not To Be...4 LCDR B.D. Spader, MC, USN Cannons for Peace : Cholera in Southern Italy . . . . 9 PH2 E. Hawkins, USN Patient Transfer by Helicopter in Peacetime Environments .. .. ... . .... .. .... .. . .. 18 CAPT J. W. Johnson, MC, USN Subic Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit . ..... .. . .. 30 LCDR F.J. Ilardi, MC,...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, psychiatry, cholera, Italy, helicopter evacuation, alcoholism, Uniformed...
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 24, No. 8, 29 October 1954 Residency Training Policy . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 SPECIAL NOTICE . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Recommendations Resulting from the USS Bennington Disaster by C. W. Norman, CDR MC USN . . . . . . . . 5 Electric Shock by Lt R. L. Kline, USN, and Dr. J. B. Friauf, Electrical Branch, Bureau of Ships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Hospital Problems and the...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, USS Bennington, Chaplain Corps, NAMRU-3, NAMRU-4
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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A Message from The Navy Surgeon General 4 Meet Navy Medicine’s Senior Sailor 5 Navy Medicine’s Priorities 6 U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery 8 Navy Medicine East 10 Navy Medicine West 14 Navy Medicine Around the Globe 16 Focus on Readiness: U.S. Navy 18 Focus on Readiness: U.S. Marine Corps 20 Navy Medicine: The Corps 22 Above, Below, on the Sea and on the Battlefield 24 Navy Medicine’s Medal of Honor Recipients 26 Join the Navy Medicine Conversation 27
Topic: Navy Medicine Magazine
By Vice Adm. Matthew Nathan, U.S. Navy surgeon general and chief, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.
Topics: Navy Medicine Live Blog, Medical Service Corps
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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Vice Adm. Forrest Faison I recently traveled to the Gulf Coast to visit Sailors, students, leaders and staff members throughout the south, Oct. 2 through Oct. 6, 2017. While visiting our clinics and hospitals, I witnessed all the hard work taking place throughout the fleet. Here are a few trip highlights:
Topics: BHC Millington, Tennessee, BHC Belle Chasse, BHC Gulfport, Hospital Corps, Navy Medicine Live Blog
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Medical Research Center
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NMRC’s Patricia Guerry Awarded Service to America Medal Commanding Officer’s Message DoD’s Bone Marrow Program Saves Lives, Advances Science Eleanor Valentin Relieves Richard Vinci as Commander, NMSC NMRC Scientist Reaches Out to Other Military Families BRAC Construction at NAMRL Ahead of Schedule NMRC Promotes Healthy Lifestyles at Health and Wellness Fair Navy Scientists Work to Fight Infectious Diseases at MIDRP Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3 (Cairo) Building Public Health Capacity...
Topics: Naval Medical Research Center, Patricia Guerry, National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP), Navy Medicine...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Medical Research Center
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Naval Medical Research and Development News Vol VI Issue 3 *  Navy Medicine, Singapore Discuss Collaborative Research *NMRC Commanding Officer's Message *  NAMRU-6 Commanding Officer's Message *  Happy 143 Birthday to the Navy Medical Corps *  Navy Medicine Highlights Commitment to Global Partnerships *  NHRC in Discussion with Singapore Chief Naval Medical Officer to Expand Research Opportunities *  USUHS Dean Tours Naval Medical Research Center *  Neuro Trauma Department Seeks to...
Topics: NAMRU-6, NAMRU-2, NAMRU-3, NAMRU-SA, Cambodia, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Support Activity (NSA) Bethesda
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Army Capt. Maria Ines Ortiz Remembered; Dialysis Unit Dedicated to Army Nurse Killed in Iraq NMPDC Commander’s Column: Leader Development vs. Personal Development Back-to-School Fair Helps Families Prepare for New School Year Social Wellness: Are Your Relationships Healthy? Protect, Take Care of Your Eyes Every Day WRNMMC Nurses Lead Celebration of Breastfeeding Week, Month
Topics: pediatrics, ophthalmology, Iraq, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, nursing
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
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Deployability Clinic Consolidates Services for Wounded, Ill or Injured Sailors Statue Donated Honoring “Women of the War on Terror” No More Snow Days for Black History Month Joint Dental Conference Benefits Dentists, Patients Culture of Safety Promoted during Awareness Week Clinic Promotes GI Health Awareness, Colorectal Cancer Screenings Social Work Month: Paving the Way for Change More than a Theme Simulated Patient Encounters, Skills Training to Boost Intern Proficiency Crisis...
Topics: pediatrics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, NMC Portsmouth, training
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
- U.S. Navy. Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune
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Farewell Naval Hospital Audiology Visits Heroes NHCL Implements Group-Based Prenatal Care Operation Recycle: Command Teams Up to Clean Up NHCL Focuses on Patient Safety   NHCL Encourages Women to Have the WOW Factor
Topic: NH Camp Lejeune
Message from the Specialty Leader CAPT John Ralph MARSOC: Marine Special Operations School Psychology LT Tony Kraemer, MSOS Psychologist Mental Health Treatment Preferences of U. S. Navy Submariners: Stigma, Confidentiality, and Risks LT Anthony Smithson, Intern, Naval Medical Center San Diego Earning Navy Psychology Wings of Gold LCDR Arlene “Top Shrink” Saitzyk, Naval Aerospace Medical Institute Building a Department: The Rebirth of Mental Health at Cherry Point LCDR Erin Simmons, Naval...
Topics: NH Jacksonville, Afghanistan, TBI, NHC Cherry Point, Naval Aerospace Medical Institute, submarine...