DVBIC

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DVBICDefense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (formerly Defense and Veteran Head Injury Program)
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(6.) Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center. DoD Worldwide Numbers for TBI [internet].
According to the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, 352,619 service members have been diagnosed with a TBI since 2000.
[1.] Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center. Department of Defense numbers for traumatic brain injury [Internet].
Most veterans will recover from a TBI, although recovery is different for each individual (Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, n.d.).
The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) is the home of DVHIP--the Defense and Veterans Head Injury Program.
One tool clinicians can use to screen these patients is the Brief Traumatic Brain Injury Screen developed by the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center. (1) Coupled with a clinical interview, this 3-question survey will assist clinicians in identifying possible TBI patients.
VA's screening tool was based largely on a tool developed and validated by the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC)--a medical and educational collaboration among DOD, VA, and two civilian partners--used at selected military bases to screen returning OEF/OIF servicemembers for TBI.
THE Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center treats and researches traumatic brain injuries, the dominant wounds of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
CDC also assisted the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center in the development of a fact sheet and video documentary, "Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury," which features the recovery experiences of several military service personnel and their families.
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