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East Timor Deployed Health Study: Self-report survey

The University of Queensland
Associate Professor Susan Treloar (Author) Susan Treloar (Author)
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2013, The University of Queensland

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Overview: An investigation of the health status of Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel who deployed to East Timor between June 1999 and May 2005. Summary: The East Timor Deployed Health Study is part of a series of studies that aim to research the health and well-being of Australian Defence Force (ADF) veterans who have deployed on active service overseas. It was conducted by the Centre for Military and Veterans' Health (CMVH) as part of the Deployment Health Surveillance Program (DHSP). Aims: The aim of the East Timor Health Study was to conduct an investigation of the health status of a random sample of Australian Defence Force serving and ex-serving members who deployed to East Timor between June 1999 and May 2005 on Operations FABER, SPITFIRE, WARDEN, TANAGER, CITADEL and SPIRE, relative to an appropriate comparison group who were ADF members at the time, but did not deploy on these Operations. Collection includes a survey booklet, consent forms, project plan, and 2,602 survey responses.

Issued: 2012

Data time period: 2007 to 2008

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