The second annual Warrior Care in the 21st Century Symposium was a three-day event that brought together senior military and civilian representatives from Australia, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Jordan, Lithuania, Netherlands, New Zealand, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the United States, and NATO. Through presentations, plenary sessions, and panel discussions, the group discussed current and future care for Service members, Veterans, families, and caregivers. The 2016 Symposium culminated work group progress over the past year in discovering collaborative approaches to common issues, lessons learned, and promising research.
The goal of the 2016 Symposium was to continue the synergistic, multilateral collaboration started in 2015 to identify and share key challenges, potential solutions, best practices, and innovative ideas related to how each nation respectively supports and cares for its wounded, ill, and injured Service members.
A report summarizing the 2016 Symposium discussions and presentations is available here: WC21 2016 Symposium Report
Individual presentations can be accessed by selecting "2016 Symposium Presentations" on the left navigation menu.