DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE - CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED MEDICAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS

Combat Casualty Care Cover Image

The Joint Program Committee-6/Combat Casualty Care Research Program (JPC-6/CCCRP) seeks to drive medical innovation through the development of knowledge and materiel solutions for the acute and early management of combat-related trauma; including point-of-injury, en route, and facility-based care. The JPC-6/CCCRP strives to optimize survival and recovery from combat-related injury by targeting the following research areas:

  • Hemorrhage Control and Resuscitation
  • En Route Care
  • Forward Surgical and Intensive Critical Care
  • Neurotrauma and Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Traumatic Tissue Injury

Research planned, programmed, and managed by JPC-6/CCCRP is gap-driven and motivated with the urgency to generate solutions (clinical practice guidelines or FDA-approved products) to benefit the warfighter and the American public. JPC-6/CCCRP supports the complete range of research activities needed to achieve its goals from foundational science to improvements in health care services and delivery. Additional information about JPC-6/CCCRP can be found at https://ccc.amedd.army.mil


Last updated Wednesday, March 22, 2017