Dutch Military Healthcare Magazine available on our site
“Challenges and developments demand strengthening of health and readiness capabilities in individuals, organizations and society. To maintain and enhance effectiveness, to build resilient societies and to maintain the competitive advantage of our armed forces”. A challenging quote of Chief of Defense of the Netherlands Armed Forces.
Brigadier General Johan de Graaf, Surgeon General of NLD Armed Forces, is developing a system for health and readiness.
Prehospital Care Improvement Initiative Symposium: Clinical Aspects
Beginning at 0900 on 14 June and ending at 1200 on 16 June 2017, French Military Health Services along with MILMED COE are excited to host a Symposium on Prehospital Care with the goals to collect expert opinions, identify current best practices, create a bibliography of current critical literature and to develop recommendations for further data collection and studies in order to improve outcomes from this portion of the care pathway.
NATO Medical CD&E Seminar 02-04 May 2017 in Budapest
The NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) will host a NATO Medical Concept Development and Experimentation (CD&E) Seminar provided by NATO School Oberammergau Mobile Education Training Team (METT). The event will take place on 2-4 May 2017 at Hotel Hadik in Budapest, Hungary.
Our Seminar follows the M7-51 NATO CD&E Course Curriculum, however it will be focused and tailored specifically to the Medical CD&E issues. Precondition of participation: Completing the NATO School ADL module 201 (CD&E) as an online foundation course (preseminar study).
The target audience of the Seminar are primarily Military Medical SMEs from OR-7 to OF-4 (or their civ. equals) from all NATO and Partner Nations, particularly those who are going to take part in the NATO Medical Excercise Vigorous Warrior 2017 (VW'17).
Registration and Administartive Information available by clicking on read more below.
ePRIME funds available!
Students from NATO partner nations and partners across the globe can henceforth apply for MILMED COE courses and get reimbursed up to 100% of their costs via the NATO ePRIME system.