Training

Call for Participants – Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI) – CAPSTONE for MHS Leaders Course

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Who:  Senior Medical Officers (commanders, lead agents, and senior medical department officers in key staff positions)

What:  Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI) – CAPSTONE for MHS Leaders Course

When:  November 14-17, 2022 (Virtual – only 6 seats for Medical Corps)

Where:  Virtually via MS Teams

Course Description:  The Capstone Course is designed to be a pinnacle event for recently assigned senior military treatment facility commanders, lead agents, and senior medical department officers in key staff positions who will benefit from exposure to and familiarity with entities that shape the MHS. The course provides participants with exposure to the operations of the various organizations within the Department of Defense, pertinent congressional staff, and the offices of the three Surgeons General.

Additional details and objectives can be found here:

https://health.mil/MHSHome/Training%20Center/LEADS/Capstone%20Course%20for%20MHS%20Leaders

Prospective applicants should send a CV and BIO that includes current position, work address, and phone to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT 1200 Friday, August 26, 2022.

Call for Participants – 139th Interagency Institute for Federal Health Leaders

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Who:  Senior Medical Officers tracking toward Executive Medicine (O6 preferred, but senior O5 is acceptable)

What:  139th Interagency Institute for Federal Health Leaders (Medical Corps is limited to 3-4 seats)

When:  September 12-23, 2022 (In-person)

Where:  Milken Institute School of Public Health, The George Washington University, 950 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington DC (centrally funded by NML&PDC)

Course Description:  The purpose of the Interagency Institute for Health Leaders is to provide an opportunity for the seasoned, practicing federal health professional to examine current issues in health care policy and management and to explore their potential impact on the federal health care system.  The faculty maximizes the learning experience by presenting materials resulting from research and experience, as well as examples and case studies from the contemporary national health policy decision-making process. 

Prospective applicants should send a CV, BIO, position, work/personal phone number, and USPS mailing address to CAPT Rhett Barrett (contact in the global) NLT 1200 Friday, August 5, 2022.

Executive Navy Medical Readiness Training Course – Medical Planners’ Toolkit (MPTk) & Joint Medical Planning Tool (JMPT)

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Course Description

This course is a one-day virtual training to present an executive overview of two medical modeling tools: the Medical Planners’ Toolkit (MPTK) and the Joint Medical Planning Tool (JMPT). This course will give an overview of how these tools are being used throughout the Department of Defense, provide an understanding of their importance to Navy Medicine, and provide guidance on how to interpret their outputs.

Attendees will gain exposure to both MPTk and JMPT and see examples of how the tools have been used to model problem sets within the Navy and the Marine Corps. Upon completion, attendees will have a broad understanding of:

·         the process, inputs, and outputs used in medical modeling and casualty estimation.

·         the types of problems MPTk and JMPT can help model.

·         the data requirements needed to generate a good product with MPTk and JMPT.

·         the outputs, reports, and information that can be generated from MPTk and JMPT.

This class is targeted towards senior medical personnel working with or within operational units. Some experience with operational medical planning is preferred, but not required. Attendees of this course should not expect in-depth training on MPTk or JMPT. Individuals who are interested in in-depth training and becoming authorized users of MPTk should enroll in the Navy Medical Readiness Training (MPTk).

This course is informational only and completion is not reflected in attendees personnel records (service school). There are no CME/CEU credits offered for this course. This course does not satisfy any of the requirements for completion of the Joint Medical Planning Tool (JMPT) Course, facilitated by the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute (DMRTI).

FY 2022 Course Schedule

The executive level overview will be conducted virtually. Attendees should not schedule other obligations during their registered class time. Attendees should expect to devote the entire class time to instruction and demonstration.

·         18 Aug 2022, 0800-1100 Eastern, 50 Virtual seats, nominations due 4 Aug 2022

·         15 Sep 2022, 0800-1100 Pacific, 50 Virtual seats, nominations due 1 Sep 2022

Registration

Attendees can self-register at link below by the nomination date listed above.  Should registration exceed the class capacity, the registration list will be prioritized by the Regional Training Officers.

https://intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/medicalplanningtoolsuite/Lists/Request/AllItems.aspx

Intermediate Executive Skills Course (IESC) – October 17-20, 2022 (Virtual)

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Who:  MHS personnel serving in an intermediate-level leadership position within a DHA MTF

What:  JMESI Intermediate Executive Skills Course (IESC) (Medical Corps is limited to 7-8 seats)

When:  October 17-20, 2022 (Virtual)

Where: JKO online modules and virtual platform learning with instructors located at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas

Course Description:  The Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute Intermediate Executive Skills Course (JMESI-IES) provides education and training on leadership and management skills necessary to successfully serve in an intermediate-level leadership position within a DHA medical treatment facility (MTF).  The course is designed to facilitate the attainment of selected Joint Medical Executive Skills core competencies as identified by a Tri-Service review board of MHS senior leaders.  The course consists of 11 web-based training (WBT) modules available through Joint Knowledge Online (https://jkodirect.jten.mil) followed by a 4-day live, web-based video conference course hosted on Adobe Connect or MS Teams.

More information here:  https://www.health.mil/Training-Center/Joint-Medical-Executive-Skills-Institute–JMESI/Intermediate-Executive-Skills

Prospective applicants should send name, position title, work address, and work/cell phone to CAPT Rhett Barrett (contact in the global) NLT 1200 Friday, July 22, 2022.

Joint Senior Medical Leader Course

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Who:  Senior officers who have a potential nomination as a JTF Surgeon or JTF senior medical leader

What:  Joint Senior Medical Leader Course (JSMLC)

When:  August 22-26, 2022 (In-person – Medical Corps is allowed 3-4 seats)

Where:  DHHQ, Falls Church, Virginia (funded by applicant’s command)

Course Description:  The course is designed to enhance the preparation of medical leaders, senior O-5 to O-6, who have a high probability of being nominated as a JTF Surgeon, JTF Senior medical leader, or occupying a senior medical planning position in a joint environment. In addition, the course would be valuable for those serving in senior Service departments responsible for the training and preparing of forces for Joint operations and deployment.  JSMLC is a demanding, fast-paced, and interactive program. Speakers will include former JTF Commanders, JTF Surgeons, subject matter experts in major contingency and stability operations, interagency operations, and representatives of Joint Staff Directorates responsible for policy development at the highest levels in DOD.

Additional details here:

https://www.health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Combat-Support/Defense-Medical-Readiness-Training-Institute/Course-Information/Joint-Senior-Medical-Leaders-Course

Prospective applicants should provide their Command, Work Address, best phone contact number with a CV and BIO to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT 1200 EST Thursday, May 26, 2022.