Health Status of Military Women and Men in the Total Force
Annual rept. 1 Oct 1998-30 Sep 1999
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK NC
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The study of Health Status of Military Women and Men in the Total Force obtains comprehensive probability-based epidemiological data for women and men across all pay grades for active-duty Army, Air Force, and GuardReserve components. These data have been combined with comparable data from a Naval Health Research Center survey of active-duty Navy and Marine Corps personnel to form a comprehensive dataset for the Total Force. Principal study objectives are to a examine the health status of military women and men in six general areas reproductive health, medical history and nutritional status, mental health, lifestyle factors, occupationalenvironmental risks and stressors, and use of health services b examine the effects of military womens and mens physical health conditions or emotional problems on military work c examine the impact of military service on the health status of military women and men and d examine factors associated with health care utilization, satisfaction, and access to health services. This Annual Report discusses major activities of Year 3, including completion of data collection, preparation of an analysis file, data analysis, and the writing of the main findings report. In addition, it notes research activities planned for Year 4.
- Medicine and Medical Research