American Ukrainian Medical Foundation (AUMF)
is a public charity, which holds 501(c)(3) tax exemption from the Internal Revenue Service. The Foundation was incorporated in the State of Michigan in May of 1996.
AUMF’s mission is to promote medical education, medical science and technology, medical research and otherwise serve humanity by endeavoring to achieve the highest international standards of healthcare for all people of the world and to transfer medical knowledge to foster applications of the same.
Combat and Operational Behavioral Health (2011) (Ukrainian Edition)
This comprehensive publication covers all aspects of behavioral health in the military population, including traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress syndrome, combat and operational stress control, training for resiliency and other preventive measures, pain management, grief, family dynamics, rehabilitation and occupational therapy, medications, suicide prevention, forensic psychiatry, detainee care, substance abuse, eating disorders, ethics, and the roles of military behavioral health providers and chaplains, as well as the military`s evolving behavioral health policy and practices.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Toolkit (2015)
This book was published by the United States Army Medical Department’s Borden Institute. More than a decade of war has underscored the incidence of a common injury that can occur both on and off the battlefield—mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), also known as concussion. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) have mobilized the military and civilian medical and rehabilitation communities to identify best practices in the care of service members with mTBI. Concussions can occur due to blast events, motor vehicle crashes, training accidents, falls, sports, and general mishaps. Through research, policy, widespread education, and provider training, the US Army is working diligently to ensure that those diagnosed with mTBI are promptly identified and treated to maximize their recovery. This book provides a critical review of the current research and clinical rehabilitative care practices, assessment, treatment and management of mild TBI at all levels of care – from the acute theater of war to long term life care.