The Steptoe Group, LLC announced on November 6, 2009 the release of its Warrior-Centric Healthcare Training Seminar Series for providers treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Compassion Fatigue, and other mental and behavioral health conditions to improve long term health outcomes.
Lay professionals, and allied health team members, upon completion of the Warrior-Patient Centric Healthcare Training Seminar Series, will be awarded Continuing Medical Education (CME), and Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits.
The Steptoe Group Conducts Joining Forces Associated Warrior-Centric Healthcare Training (WCHT)® With Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Washington—March 19, 2013. PRESS RELEASE: As part of the White House’s Joining Forces Initiative to increase awareness and understanding of the needs of our nation’s military, veterans, and their families for today’s healthcare providers, the Steptoe Group, LLC completed the first phase of the Warrior Centric Healthcare Training (WCHT)® for the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. This ‘train-the-trainer’ event was the first in a series of training sessions to be conducted with the medical school to inform the faculty, staff and students regarding the unique needs of our military, veterans and their families.
Research and Assessments
Leverage nationally Steptoe Group’s past self-funded assessments at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC), National Naval Medical Center ( NNMC), and Ft. Meade’s WTU– “Warrior-Patient Centric Healthcare Assessments (WPCHA)” to expand and continually evaluate, and develop Congressional, Department of Defense, and Veteran Affairs senior leadership reports and policy recommendations.
The Steptoe Group / Choice Award
On September 19, 2011, The American Alliance of Healthcare providers (AAHCP) awarded the Steptoe Group the Choice Award for Excellence in a Medical Specialty. This video is a recap of the event with an interview with Ronald Steptoe, CEO of the Steptoe Group. Shot and edited Damone Brown of Grace Lens Multimedia.