Experiences

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Report: Selina Dittrich, Daniel Hinck, Wilm Rost, Joachim Hoitz

A German-British Exchange Project with a Future

The 1st Hanseatic Military and Medical Intern Conference (HaMMICon) at the Hamburg Bundeswehr Hospital, 6 to 10 May 2019

Article: Michael Spivock, PatrickGagnona, Tara Reilly, Phillip Newton, Barry Stockbrugger, Rachel Blacklock, ­Denis Couturier, Daryl Allard

Health and Fitness Promotion in a Military Setting: The Canadian Perspective

Article: Pieter H Helmhout (Ministry of Defense The Netherlands)

Health & Readiness Programs in the Netherlands Armed Forces: a pivotal role for lifestyle coaches

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Article: L . Schneidereit, R .U. Hübner, Th. Gebhardt, M. Pietraß, Sh. Berger, M. Hofmann, A. Lehmann, C. Küsel

Digital Training Projects of the Bundeswehr Medical Service

An integrative learning concept

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Press Release

Masimo and MS Westfalia GmbH (MSW) Expand Partnership

Masimo and MS Westfalia GmbH (MSW) Expand Partnership to Add Masimo SedLine® Brain Function Monitoring, O3® Regional Oximetry, and Oxygen Reserve Index (ORi™) to the MSW Modular Point-of-Care Hybrid Jenny.

Article: MCS (OF6) Didier LANTERI, MC (OF5) David LACASSAGNE, Oberstarzt (OF5) Egon RITTER

60 years of successful german-french cooperation

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Article

THE CULTURAL CHALLENGE OF LEADING IN MILITARY MEDICINE

Lt Gen (Rtd) Professor Martin CM Bricknell CB OStJ PhD DM MBA MA MedSci

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Article: T.F. MONAR, L. FAZEKAS, S. RENDEKI (HUNGARY)

Do they need each other: Mars, Vulcanus and Aesculapius ?

The aim of the present review article is to provide a representative list of some of the main turning points where medicine, military and technology met each other. It has a non-clandestine function, that the examples presented impress political and economical decision makers.

Article: B. Mattiesen (GERMANY)

End of a Period: The Last Flag Officer Medical Advisor in Kabul

From October 2013 until June 2014, Brigadier General Dr. Bernd Mattiesen, German Medical Service was the last Medical Advisor at HQ ISAF in Kabul in the rank of a flag officer. His tour of duty was impressed by the declining strength of the Force and a more civilian attitude of the task.

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Report: Lt Col N T Tarmey RAMC, Maj C L Park RAMC, Lt Col M Fox RAMC, Lt Col T Lowes RAMC, Surg Cdr A Mellor Royal Navy, Col P F Mahoney L/RAMC

Anaesthesia for Overseas Operations: UK Military Guidelines

Article: Herron, JBT; Hay-David, AGC; Gilliam, AD; Hodgetts, TJ.

citizenAID®: A life saving principle

Report: MISETA, T.F. MOLNÁR, S. RENDEKI (HUNGARY)

Potential Role of University Medical Schools in Civil-Military Cooperation (CiMiC)

The Pécs University (Hungary) Experience

Report: S. Bailey (CANADA)

Canadian Forces Health Services

Road To Mental Readiness Programme

Article: Dr. Helmut Priewer and Christoph Bloch

Oximes as Nerve Agent Antidotes

From Hydroxylamine to HI 6-DMS

Report: S. M. Eagan Chamberlin, MPH PhD (United States of America)

The Warrior in a White Coat

Moral Dilemmas, the Physician-Soldier & the Problem of Dual Loyalty

Article: D.C. HOSTLER, D.S. VINCENT (USA)

Crisis Event on a Commercial Airline Flight - Military Medical Simulation Training at APMMC XXII

"Ladies and gentlemen, if there is a doctor on board, please identify yourself by pushing your call button.”

Article: Z. VEKERDI, A. GROSZ, L. SVED, P. BAZSO, G. K. SZUGYIEZKI (HUNGARY)

Hungarian Experience in Integrating Military and Civilian Medical Capabilities - Competence as a Driving Factor

The article highlights the issue from a strategic point of view and does not go into details of its operational and tactical aspects. MCIF readers get a short introduction, background and the main requirements for a comprehensive approach to integration of military and civilian medical capabilities, using competence as a driving factor, within one organization, under military management.

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