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The National Intrepid Center of Excellence’s (NICoE) Annual Reports showcase achievements, milestones, and lessons learned for each fiscal year.

NICoE 2016 Annual Report

2016 Annual Report
The NICoE 2016 Annual Report highlights accomplishments during a year of increased treatment offerings and an expansion of NICoE partnerships with the national network of Intrepid Spirit Centers and other Military Health System (MHS) organizations. These unified efforts and further opportunities for collaboration are impacting traumatic brain injury (TBI) care across the country and around the globe.



 
NICoE 2015 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report
The NICoE 2015 Annual Report highlights a very important and exciting year of change. Featuring continued NICoE innovations and ongoing collaborations with partners, the report also recognizes progress made by the NICoE's dedicated staff. The NICoE 2015 Annual Report won a prestigious 2015 Bronze Vision Award medal from the League of American Communications Professionals (LACP). Their international competition drew nearly 1,000 applicants from around the globe.

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NICoE 2014 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report
The NICoE 2014 Annual Report highights the many accomplishments achieved during the year, and the organization’s ever-increasing ability to serve its complex patient population. This report includes successes and recognizes progress made by the dedicated staff. It demonstrates how the NICoE is caring for injured service members, conducting important research, educating care providers, and contributing to the larger TBI community and the MHS TBI Pathway of Care. The NICoE 2014 Annual Report received an Award of Excellence from Communications Concepts, Inc. in the APEX Awards for Publication Excellence.

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NICoE 2013 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report
The NICoE 2013 Annual Report received the Platinum Award from LCAP for demonstrating exemplary communications capabilities. The report was selected as the top of the class in the category for Government-City/State/National classification, placing 54th of the top selected 100 worldwide submissions.

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