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PJ MEDCAST are the podcasts for PJ MED (Pararescue Medicine). Besides PJs, these podcasts may be useful to other Military, Law Enforcement, Federal Agency and Civilian Medical Personnel involved in Tactical and Technical Rescue Medicine, and other facets of Operational Medicine. PJs may document the time they spend listening to podcasts as training for their training folders, and also apply towards Paramedic Recertification. This podcast represents the positions of the authors and may not represent the offical position of the Department of the Defense, US Air Force or the United States Government.
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Now displaying: August, 2021
Aug 29, 2021

USAF MAJ /Doc Hintz is an Internal Medicine Doc with a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. She takes care of Air Force Special Warfare candidates in the pipeline.

In this podcast we discuss common injuries. Besides being of interest, these are pertinent to small unit care. Other than the pool events, these are all relevant for patrol and sick call issues.

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Aug 26, 2021

Ongoing, always, in the summer with MIL Teams.

Always worth the review.

FOOT STOMP_ heat stroke- focus on the word stroke. CNS/Brain affects!!!

Immediate cooling


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Aug 23, 2021

The case for 23.4% hypertonic saline in the field. This will begin several discussions of TBI leading to the new CoTCCC sTBI protocol.

We will continue to footstep the must know issues for PJs, SOCMs, Medics and Corpsman.

This discussion is from our Summer 2021 JSOM article.

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Aug 22, 2021

Keeping an eye on your Teammates and friends now

Aug 17, 2021

This is an interview I did with the Journal of Special Operations Medicine for their 20th anniversary.

Aug 2, 2021

BLUF

Unit Cohesion and Maintaining a sense of purpose and meaning are protective against mental health problems from combat and recovery ops. Based on research from the USAF Psych Service.

 

references of original research on which this talk is based:

Military Mental Health. The Role of Daily Hassles While Deployed. Elizabeth A. Heron, PhD, MPH,* Craig J. Bryan, PsyD, ABPP,Þ Craig A. Dougherty, BA,þ and William G. Chapman, BASþ. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease & Volume 201, Number 12, December 2013

 

Military Psychology © 2014 American Psychological Association 2014, Vol. 25, No. 6, 568–576.. Posttraumatic Stress, Depression, and Insomnia Among U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen. Chad E. Morrow Hurlburt Field, Mary Esther, Florida. James A. StephensonMaxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama. Jeremy Haskell.Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada. Craig J. Bryan. National Center for Veterans Studies, Salt Lake City, Utah and University of Utah. AnnaBelle O. Bryan. National Center for Veterans Studies, Salt Lake City, Utah and University of Utah. Mark Staal. Pope Army Air Field, Fayetteville, North Carolina

 

Warzone Stressor Exposure, Unit Support,
and Emotional Distress Among U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen. Erica L. Armstrong; Craig J. Bryan, PsyD, ABPP; James A. Stephenson, PsyD, ABPP; AnnaBelle O. Bryan, BSPH; Chad E. Morrow, PsyD, ABPP. Journal of Special Operations Medicine Volume 14, Edition 2/Summer 2014

 

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