On behalf of the Naval Medical Force Development Center (NMFDC), please see the attached February 2021 NMFDC Newsletter:
This month’s newsletter contains a Naval Medical Readiness Criteria (NMRC) readiness analysis and current approach update, and an interview with CAPT Susan Union on NMRC implementation efforts with NAVMEDFORLANT.
Please remember to fill out the Stakeholder Pulse Check that will help the NMFDC determine how to support the implementation of NMRC, the Naval Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (NKSA) Proficiency Dashboard, and the Defense Health Agency (DHA) KSA Dashboard.
The questionnaire should take only 5-10 minutes to complete:
The Naval Medical Force Development Center
This is the newsletter that provides updates on the KSAs (here’s my post on What are KSAs?) and Navy Medicine Readiness Criteria:
Here is a link to the memo and Military Times article:
This full-day AMSUS regional seminar, 3 March 2020, at the Kossiakoff Center at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, MD, features speakers from the MRDC Combat Casualty Care Research team, other Prolonged Field Care (PFC) leaders, JHU Applied Physics Lab, and other experts in PFC science & technology. These subject matter experts will highlight current and future science & technology needs relevant to PFC, and discuss current best PFC practices and areas of innovation to address gaps.
Early registration rate good until 31 January 2020: AMSUS member rate $75; non-member rate $100. Register today!
Here’s a link to this article:
Here’s a link to this article from the American Legion:
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Here are four articles from this morning’s Early Bird of particular interest to those in Navy Medicine: