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DL MEIR Course — Registration for U.S. military and DoD civilians

Currently this course is available only to U.S. military personnel and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian employees. Complete the form, select the quarter you would like to take the course.

The information entered will be treated as a request to take the Distributive Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation (MEIR) course created by AFRRI’s Department of Military Medical Operations. Those submitting this form will immediately receive an automatic response e-mail, confirming their information was submitted correctly. Their request to register will then be reviewed.

At the beginning of the requested quarter, members of the U.S. military and Department of Defense civilians who submitted the request will receive an e-mail with account information for accessing Sakai (the platform in which the course resides). Once the student has received this information and the quarter has begun, the student may log into Sakai, review the instructions, and begin the course.

With questions, please contact 301-295-1069 (DSN 295-1069) or click the MEIR Course button (below).

 

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