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The Millennium Cohort Family Study is a sub-study of the Millennium Cohort Study (United States) - a US Department of Defense-sponsored project being conducted to evaluate the long-term effects of military service members and their families. Investigators that conduct the Millennium Cohort Study headquartered at the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego, California include uniformed and non-uniformed scientists from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and academic institutions.
Purpose[edit | edit source]
The Millennium Cohort Family Study is designed to gain a more complete understanding of the military experience and its resultant impact on the health and well-being of service members and their families. The Family Study will also explore the impact of relationship quality on the physical and psychological health of service members, their spouses and children with the goal to create effective interventions and support mechanisms.
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References[edit | edit source]
- Naval Health Research Center. The Largest DoD Population-Based Military Health Study Launched Next Survey Cycle, Hopes to Enroll Military Members and Spouses. Naval Health Research Center.
- Matt Pueschel. Millennium Cohort Study Expanding To Include Spouses of Service Members. Force Health Protection & Readines.
- Naval Health Research Center. Department 164. Med.navy.mil. URL accessed on 2011-08-01.
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- Official Millennium Cohort Family Study website
- Bob Woodruff Endorsement
- Bob Woodruff Foundation website
- Naval Health Research Center home page
- Naval Medical Research Center home page
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