AUSA Hosts Hot Topic on Army Medicine, Soldier Health

AUSA Hosts Hot Topic on Army Medicine, Soldier Health

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Registration is open for the Association of the U.S. Army’s Hot Topic event Dec. 7. 

“Holistic Health and the Soldier: An Army Medical Hot Topic” is an in-person, daylong event that will take place at AUSA headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.

Throughout the day, attendees will be able to participate in a professional dialog with Army leaders, industry and academia as they explore Army medicine’s support of the service’s operational missions and readiness.

Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle is expected to speak, along with Maj. Gen. Joe Robinson, commander of the Army Reserve’s 3rd Medical Command, Brig. Gen. Tony McQueen, commander of the Army Medical Research and Development Command, Brig. Gen. Pat Work, director of operations, readiness and mobilization in the office of the Army deputy chief of staff for operations, and James Helis, director of the Army Resilience Directorate.

Key topics include Army medicine in multidomain operations, trauma initiatives, recruiting and retention, sustaining key skills, behavioral health, soldier readiness and the Army’s Holistic Health and Fitness program.

All attendees and speakers must be vaccinated against COVID-19 and wear a mask during the event. Proof of vaccination will be required during registration.

Attendees may register online before Dec. 3, and there is no cost for media or military and government civilian personnel. After Dec. 3, attendees must register on-site.

On-site registration opens at 7 a.m. Eastern. The Hot Topic begins at 8 a.m. Eastern.

To register or for more information, click here.