Medical Surveillance Monthly Report. Volume 25, Number 5
Journal Article - Open Access
ARMED FORCES HEALTH SURVEILLANCE CENTER SILVER SPRING MD SILVER SPRING
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Perceptions of the relative importance of various health conditions in military populations often determine the natures, extents, and priorities for resources applied to primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention activities. However, these perceptions are inherently subjective and may not reflect objective measures of the relationship between the conditions and their impact on health, fitness, military operational effectiveness, healthcare costs, and so on.
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