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2010 Navy and Marine Corps Combat and Operational Stress Control Conference "Taking Action, Measuring Results" 
 

Please register for the Navy Marine Corps Combat Operational Stress Control (COSC) Conference, which will be held on 18-20 May 2010 at the Town & Country Resort, San Diego, CA.

The conference will bring together individuals and organizations from around the world to roll out the new combined USMC/Navy COSC doctrine, as well as new policies, research, data, programs, interventions, and best practices pertinent to COSC in both the Marine Corps and Navy. The conference is open to Navy & Marine Corps leaders, chaplains, medical and mental health personnel, Family Service Center counselors, family members and others with interest in COSC. Continuing education units (CEUs) will be available for medical and counseling personnel who attend.

Purpose
The purpose of the conference is to bring together subject matter experts and stakeholders in the Navy & Marine Corps COSC process, to present, examine, and become informed on COSC policies, programs, and practices specifically tailored to Sailors, Marines and their families.
Stress is a not only a war-fighting issue, but an everyday issue.
Representation from command leadership is essential to improve Navy & Marine Corps-wide efforts to maximize force preservation and readiness.

Audience
The conference is designed to benefit service members, leaders, mental health professionals, researchers, Family Readiness staff, chaplains, medical providers, policy makers, family members, veterans, and their advocates.

For more information and to register for the conference:
http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmcsd/nccosc/Pages/coscConference2010.aspx

 

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