To promote the best possible care for service members, veterans and their families, DVBIC offers a variety of training opportunities for military and civilian health care providers on the causes, symptoms and treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI). These training opportunities are free and many provide health care professionals the chance to earn continuing education credits.
Here’s a list of training opportunities available.
DVBIC, in collaboration with Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, hosts bimonthly webinars to provide information and facilitate discussion on a variety of topics related to TBI. The webinars are targeted to health care providers, but attendance is open to the public. Slide presentations, audio recordings, transcripts and resources related to these events are archived on the website. Visit Webinars for more information.
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VA/DVBIC TBI Clinical Grand Rounds
New Department of Veterans Affairs and DVBIC TBI Clinical Grand Rounds presentations are discontinued effective January 2017. Archived Grand Rounds presentations (quarterly lectures presented by Department of Veterans Affairs and DVBIC subject matter experts designed for providers) will remain available for viewing, but continuing education credit will no longer be available.
On an annual basis, DVBIC brings together experts and leading voices in all aspects of the treatment of TBI in the military to share the latest news and resources. Most events are hybrid — combining a live in-person event with a virtual component. Slide presentations, and video and audio recordings from these events are available on the website. Visit Conferences for more information.
DVBIC offers interactive Web-based trainings for health care providers to examine TBI topics such as definition, pathophysiology, assessment and treatment. Visit Online Courses for more information.
Provider Education for Clinical Recommendations
DVBIC provides complementary training slides for our clinical recommendations on the treatment of mild TBI. The training slides provide a comprehensive overview of the use of the clinical recommendation, and include knowledge tests and case studies to further educate providers on the appropriate use of the clinical recommendation. Training slides for the following clinical recommendations are available for download:
- Management of Headache Following Concussion/Mild TBI
- Management of Sleep Disturbances Following Concussion/Mild TBI
- Progressive Return to Activity Following Acute Concussion/Mild TBI: Guidance for the Primary Care Manager in Deployed and Non-Deployed Settings
- Progressive Return to Activity Following Acute Concussion/Mild TBI: Guidance for the Rehabilitation Provider in Deployed and Non-Deployed Settings
- Neuroimaging Following Mild TBI in the Non-Deployed Setting
- Assessment and Management of Visual Dysfunction Associated with Mild TBI
- Assessment and Management of Dizziness Associated with Mild TBI
- Neuroendocrine Dysfunction Screening Post Mild TBI Recommendation
2017 DCoE Summit - Continuing Education Credit Opportunity
On Demand: 2017 DCoE Summit Sessions, CEUs
If you missed the 2017 DCoE Summit, or want to review what you learned during your live experience, then we have great news!
Starting November 6, you’ll have on-demand access to 26 conference sessions highlighting scientific advances and best practices in psychological health and traumatic brain injury care.
- Earn up to 28 continuing education credits (for free) in three easy steps:
- Watch a session on your computer, tablet or mobile device
- Take the posttest
- Complete the session evaluation
- Access abstract posters, virtual exhibit booths and resources that were during the live event.
Bookmark the summit website. Credits will be available from November 6, 2017 until May 15, 2018.