September 2010 Special Report: Army Medicine 

 

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September cover

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 September 2010 AUSA News cover

Army medic

9/1/2010

Army medicine: Value and trust

Army medical personnel are making progress across a broad range of issues affecting health care for soldiers and their families, according to the Army’s top medical officer.
First responders

9/1/2010

Combat mode

Soldiers praised for first response during Fort Hood shootings.
Army physician

9/1/2010

‘I am an immigrant and a scholar. This country gave me a great opportunity.’

From Tiananmen Square to the 9/11 attacks, Dr. Jason Huang is straight-forward in explaining why he joined the Army Reserve in 2003. "I am an immigrant and a scholar. This country gave me a great opportunity."

9/1/2010

More progress needed in suicide prevention, Chiarelli tells committee

The vice chief of staff of the Army said that Web-based health care services would go a long way to reducing the stigma of seeking and provide soldiers with multiple sessions with mental health professions.

9/1/2010

Intrepid Center for ‘unseen wounds’ opens

The new National Intrepid Center of Excellence in Bethesda, Md., will improve the ability of military and civilian health care providers to treat traumatic brain injuries and psychological disorders in war veterans, Deputy Defense Secretary William J. Lynn III said at the center’s opening ceremony.