The Joint Trauma Analysis and Prevention of Injuries in Combat (JTAPIC) program links medical, intelligence, operational, and materiel development communities to improve strategies to prevent or mitigate traumatic injuries in Service members. Combining multidisciplinary data into comprehensive analysis products adds context and provides a holistic view of each combat event or accident. Years of aggregate data housed in JTAPIC systems provide combatant commanders, vehicle program managers, materiel/combat developers, medical researchers, life cycle managers, and senior leaders throughout the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) with a multifaceted representation of a given problem set, during a particular time and for a specific operational environment. JTAPIC’s information systems and unique project areas facilitate the Partnership’s mission to prevent injuries through actionable analysis with timely provision of concrete decision support for the DoD.
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Preventing Injuries in Combat Through Actionable Analysis
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