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NMFDC Newsletter – December 2021

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On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached December 2021 NMFDC Newsletter:

This month’s newsletter features a look into emerging military-civilian strategic partnerships, NMFDC’s milestones to date, Surgeon General’s renewed commitment to the four (4) P’s (people, platforms, performance, power) framework, and an update on Reserve Component Naval Medical Readiness Criteria.

Please feel free to share this newsletter with other relevant Navy Medicine stakeholders and those interested in the NMFDC’s efforts.

We hope you and your families have a safe and happy holiday season!

Very Respectfully,

The Naval Medical Force Development Center

November NMFDC Newsletter

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On behalf of the Naval MEdical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached NOV 2021 NMFDC Newsletter.

This month’s newsletter includes answers to frequently asked questions, the NMFDC’s goals for fiscal year 2022, information on how to schedule a virtual site visit with the NMFDC, and an interview with CDR Pete Bradford on potential improvements and current challenges surrounding platform readiness.

Please feel free to share this newsletter with other relevant Navy Medicine stakeholders and those interested in the NMFDC’s efforts.

We hope you and your families have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Very Respectfully,

The Naval Medical Force Development Center

October Naval Medical Force Development Center Newsletter

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On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached OCT 2021 NMFDC Newsletter.

This month’s newsletter includes a Naval Medical Readiness Criteria (NMRC) update, current BUMED Reserve Policy (M10) and Reserve Component (RC) NMRC integration progress, information on how to schedule a virtual site visit with the NMFDC, COVID-19 lessons learned from the USS Theodore Roosevelt, and key considerations from a recent discussion with Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF)-Mike regarding their recent Operational Readiness Exercise (ORE).

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Have a great weekend, and a safe and happy Halloween!

Very Respectfully,

The Naval Medical Force Development Center

September Navy Medicine Force Development Center Newsletter

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On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached SEP 2021 NMFDC Newsletter.

This month’s newsletter includes a highlight from the DOTmLPF-P Change Recommendation (DCR) Combat Casualty Care (C3) Support for Future Operations, key takeaways from the September Champion Network Leaders Forum, and an interview with LT Duncan discussing her Reserve Policy and Integration (M10) perspective on NMRC tracking.

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Very Respectfully,

The Naval Medical Force Development Center

NMFDC AUG Newsletter

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On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached AUG 2021 NMFDC Newsletter:

This month’s newsletter includes summaries of five policies related to skills sustainment and readiness proficiency published this year. We have also included updates on Naval Medical Readiness Criteria development, the July Naval Knowledge Skills and Abilities Champion Network forum, and the EnRoute Care Subcommunity.

Please feel free to share this newsletter with other relevant Navy Medicine stakeholders or with those interested in the NMFDC’s efforts.

Very Respectfully,

The Naval Medical Force Development Center

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NMFDC July Newsletter

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On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached JUL 2021 NMFDC Newsletter:

This month’s newsletter provides a summary of the readiness-related takeaways from the Surgeon General’s All Hands. There is also an interview with CAPT Charles Cather, Director of Nursing Services aboard the USNS Comfort, regarding the importance of tracking Naval Medical Readiness Criteria for the Nurse Corps and how Navy Medicine can improve readiness of Naval medical personnel deploying to expeditionary environments.

Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC) June Newsletter

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On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached JUN 2021 NMFDC Newsletter:

This month’s newsletter contains an overview of the upcoming Trauma Strategy Management Office (TSMO) Partnerships Toolkit and a review of the NMFDC’s in-person site visits to Williamsburg, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, VA. 

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Very Respectfully,

The Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC)

Naval Medical Force Development Center May Newsletter

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On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached May 2021 NMFDC Newsletter:

This month’s newsletter contains an overview of the package of 44 Naval Medical Readiness Criteria (NMRC), signed by the Deputy Surgeon General, with included instructions for viewing the package. This issue also includes an interview with CAPT Eric Elster, Dean of the Hebert School of Medicine, on the Combat Casualty Care Team (CCCT) specialties’ improvements to the attainment and sustainment of Naval Knowledge, Skills, Abilities (NKSA) and his work supporting Military-Civilian Partnerships to maximize readiness.

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Naval Medical Force Development Newsletter

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On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached April 2021 NMFDC Newsletter:

This month’s newsletter contains an overview on how Combat Casualty Care Team (CCCT) and Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA) Scores were developed through blueprinting sessions. It also provides a clinical communities update and a review of the NKSA Champion Network Leader Kickoff call.

Please feel free to share this newsletter with other relevant Navy Medicine stakeholders or with those interested in the NMFDC’s efforts. 

Very Respectfully,

The Naval Medical Force Development Center