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Veterans, Military and Family Health

An interprofessional guide to the evidence-based resources addressing the unique health care needs of veterans, military persons and their families.

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A Population Approach to Mitigating the Long-Term Health Effects of Combat Deployments

This article briefly summarizes the health care needs of service members returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, describes VA's approaches to addressing their needs, and outlines VA's evolving vision for how to apply principles of population health management to ensure prompt and effective response to the postdeployment needs of veterans returning from future conflicts. At the heart of postcombat care will be population-based approaches oriented to health recovery using interdisciplinary, team-based platforms.

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When addressing the care of veterans it's difficult to know where to even begin. This page provides a list of resources that identify themes in the care of military personel and their families

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