VA developed the following materials for Veterans, the public and health care providers about possible long-term health problems from military service during Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Newsletters – Operations Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom Review
VA's Environmental Health Program publishes the Operations Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) Review newsletters, providing information about possible long-term health problems from military service during OEF/OIF.
December 2010 - Vol 6, No 1 (355 KB, PDF)
VA to Cover New Illnesses for OEF/OIF and Gulf War Veterans, New Research will Increase Understanding of OEF/OIF Veteran Health...
The Environmental Health Registry Programs for Veterans brochure (495 KB, PDF) provides an overview of five VA health registry programs that track the health of Veterans exposed to environmental hazards during military service: Ionizing Radiation, Agent Orange, Gulf War, Depleted Uranium, and Toxic Embedded Fragments.
VA's Environmental Health Program developed these posters to help inform Veterans about VA benefits and services. Posters are not copyrighted and may be printed on 8.5" x 11" paper using a standard office printer.
OEF/OIF – Soldiers
OEF/OIF – Crew
OEF/OIF – Desert
Pocket Guides for Clinicians
These guides help health care providers care for Veterans with exposure concerns, malaria, and mild traumatic brain injury.
Environmental Exposure Pocket Card
Malaria: Pocket Guide for Clinicians
Clinical Education Guides – Veterans Health Initiative
The following independent study guides offer a background for VA health care providers on the unique health issues and concerns of Veterans of the Gulf War, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom:
- Infectious Diseases of Southwest Asia
- War Wounded - Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom
- Gulf War I Veterans
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