Are You One of These 200,000 Taking Part in a Military and Veteran Health Study? DoD Wants Your InputNovember 22, 2019 | :
by Karen Jowers
If you’re among the more than 200,000 service members and veterans participating in the long-term health study, researchers are calling on you to fill out a follow-up survey, as they track health risks of deployment, military occupations and general military service.
This Department of Defense Millennium Cohort Study began in 2001, with 77,047 participants invited based on scientific random sampling methods. The study is part of the Deployment Health Research department, at the Naval Health Research Center. Click here if you are one of the service members/veterans who are part of this study. You’ve probably gotten an email or postcard notifying you about the survey, which takes about 30 to 40 minutes.
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