On behalf of the NH Department of Health and Human Services, Dare Mighty Things (DMT) is providing free military culture training for NH Medical Providers to improve access to and quality of care for Veterans, Service Members, and their Families.

The training will be held at the New Hampshire Hospital Association on June 26th from 8:00am-11:30am. Topics addressed in this training include understanding military culture, reintegration challenges, and PTSD/TBI. 

Three free CME’s will be awarded for participation - registration is required and closes on Monday June 19th.  Seats are limited so reserve your seat today!

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Registration Link: https://mct-june-26.eventbrite.com

 

Presenters

Dr. Daniel Potenza, MD

Dr. Potenza is an American Psychiatric Association Gold Award winner for innovative programming, an American Medical Association Honoree for work with veterans at the Manchester VA, and has lectured nationally on topics related to personality functioning, personality disorders and programming for those with mental illness. On behalf of Dare Mighty Things and the NH DHHS Military Culture Training Initiative from 2015-2016, Dr. Potenza served as lead trainer and subject matter expert for the implementation of CME accredited training for doctors, nurses, and medical staff statewide. He has been recognized by The National Alliance on Mental Illness on several occasions with their Exemplary Psychiatrist Award. He is currently a fellow of The American Psychiatric Association and Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical School. He currently serves as the psychiatric medical director of the New Hampshire Department of Corrections.

Colonel (Ret) Ted Kehr
Col. Kehr completed more than forty years of meritorious service in the U.S. Army and the New Hampshire National Guard. His civilian background, which includes fifteen years in public education at the secondary and collegiate level, allows him to excel as he continues to lend his collaborative skills to strategic initiatives at the state and national level, including providing training to civilian providers on military culture. Col. Kehr also served as the Director of Employer Support for the National Guard Bureau, and served as Executive Director and currently volunteers for the NH Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR). Col. Kehr earned his Bachelor of Science from Findlay College in Ohio, and his Master of Science from Indiana University in Bloomington.