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Defense Health Care: Improvements Needed in Occupational and Environmental Health Surveillance During Deployments to Address Immediate and Long-Term Health Issues
Following the 1991 Persian Gulf War, research into

 
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By Marcia Crosse (au)
Year: 2005
Pages: 41
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422308782

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Following the 1991 Persian Gulf War, research into the causes of servicemembersí unexplained illnesses were hampered by inadequate occupational & environmental exposure data. In 1997, the DoD developed a militarywide health surveillance framework that includes occupational & environmental health surveillance (OEHS) -- the regular collection & reporting of occupational & environmental health hazard data by the mil. services. This is a report on: (1) how the deployed mil. services have implemented DoDís policies for collection & reporting OEHS data for Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF); & (2) the efforts under way to use OEHS reports to address both immediate & long-term health issues of servicemembers deployed in support of OIF. Ill.

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