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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Women are playing an ever increasing role in the U.S. military, representing about 15% of active military personnel, 17% of reserve and National Guard forces, and 20% of new military recruits. Concurrently, women are one of the fastest growing groups of new users in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, with particularly high rates of utilization among veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). Of the more than 100,000 OEF/OIF women veterans, over 44% have enrolled in the VA system for health care. Thus, women veterans represent an integral part of the veteran community. The body of literature dedicated to women veterans' health and health care issues has grown significantly since the publication of one previous systematic review focused on women veterans. To address the growing demand and potential needs of women veterans in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, this project sought to assess the state of women veterans' health research and stratify the literature into domains relevant for VA research and policy. Women's military experiences and responses to their military experiences are often distinct from those of men, and these differences can affect both their health status and their health care needs as active duty personnel and as veterans. This, together with the rise in the number of women veterans in the VA system, calls for increased understanding of women veteran health issues and areas of potential knowledge deficit in order to guide VA care and VA research efforts. The body of research literature dedicated to women veterans and women's military health and health care issues has significantly grown and expanded in size and scope since the publication of the first systematic review of women veterans research. This project updated that review by examining the literature on women veterans' health and health care from 2004 to 2008. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: Women are playing an ever increasing role in the U.S. military, representing about 15% of active military personnel, 17% of reserve and National Guard forces, and 20% of new military recruits. Concurrently, women are one of the fastest growing groups of new users in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, with particularly high rates of utilization among veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). Of the more than 100,000 OEF/OIF women veterans, over 44% have enrolled in the VA system for health care. Thus, women veterans represent an integral part of the veteran community. The body of literature dedicated to women veterans? health and health care issues has grown significantly since the publication of one previous systematic review focused on women veterans. To address the growing demand and potential needs of women veterans in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, this project sought to assess the state of women veterans? health research and stratify the literature into domains relevant for VA research and policy. Women?s military experiences and responses to their military experiences are often distinct from those of men, and these differences can affect both their health status and their health care needs as active duty personnel and as veterans. This, together with the rise in the number of women veterans in the VA system, calls for increased understanding of women veteran health issues and areas of potential knowledge deficit in order to guide VA care and VA research efforts. The body of research literature dedicated to women veterans and women?s military health and health care issues has significantly grown and expanded in size and scope since the publication of the first systematic review of women veterans research. This project updated that review by examining the literature on women veterans? health and health care from 2004 to 2008.

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Buchbeschreibung CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 150 pages. Dimensions: 11.0in. x 8.5in. x 0.3in.Women are playing an ever increasing role in the U. S. military, representing about 15 of active military personnel, 17 of reserve and National Guard forces, and 20 of new military recruits. Concurrently, women are one of the fastest growing groups of new users in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, with particularly high rates of utilization among veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). Of the more than 100, 000 OEFOIF women veterans, over 44 have enrolled in the VA system for health care. Thus, women veterans represent an integral part of the veteran community. The body of literature dedicated to women veterans health and health care issues has grown significantly since the publication of one previous systematic review focused on women veterans. To address the growing demand and potential needs of women veterans in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, this project sought to assess the state of women veterans health research and stratify the literature into domains relevant for VA research and policy. Womens military experiences and responses to their military experiences are often distinct from those of men, and these differences can affect both their health status and their health care needs as active duty personnel and as veterans. This, together with the rise in the number of women veterans in the VA system, calls for increased understanding of women veteran health issues and areas of potential knowledge deficit in order to guide VA care and VA research efforts. The body of research literature dedicated to women veterans and womens military health and health care issues has significantly grown and expanded in size and scope since the publication of the first systematic review of women veterans research. This project updated that review by examining the literature on women veterans health and health care from 2004 to 2008. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781489551399

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 279 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Women are playing an ever increasing role in the U.S. military, representing about 15 of active military personnel, 17 of reserve and National Guard forces, and 20 of new military recruits. Concurrently, women are one of the fastest growing groups of new users in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, with particularly high rates of utilization among veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). Of the more than 100,000 OEF/OIF women veterans, over 44 have enrolled in the VA system for health care. Thus, women veterans represent an integral part of the veteran community. The body of literature dedicated to women veterans health and health care issues has grown significantly since the publication of one previous systematic review focused on women veterans. To address the growing demand and potential needs of women veterans in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, this project sought to assess the state of women veterans health research and stratify the literature into domains relevant for VA research and policy. Women s military experiences and responses to their military experiences are often distinct from those of men, and these differences can affect both their health status and their health care needs as active duty personnel and as veterans. This, together with the rise in the number of women veterans in the VA system, calls for increased understanding of women veteran health issues and areas of potential knowledge deficit in order to guide VA care and VA research efforts. The body of research literature dedicated to women veterans and women s military health and health care issues has significantly grown and expanded in size and scope since the publication of the first systematic review of women veterans research. This project updated that review by examining the literature on women veterans health and health care from 2004 to 2008. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781489551399

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 279 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Women are playing an ever increasing role in the U.S. military, representing about 15 of active military personnel, 17 of reserve and National Guard forces, and 20 of new military recruits. Concurrently, women are one of the fastest growing groups of new users in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, with particularly high rates of utilization among veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). Of the more than 100,000 OEF/OIF women veterans, over 44 have enrolled in the VA system for health care. Thus, women veterans represent an integral part of the veteran community. The body of literature dedicated to women veterans health and health care issues has grown significantly since the publication of one previous systematic review focused on women veterans. To address the growing demand and potential needs of women veterans in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, this project sought to assess the state of women veterans health research and stratify the literature into domains relevant for VA research and policy. Women s military experiences and responses to their military experiences are often distinct from those of men, and these differences can affect both their health status and their health care needs as active duty personnel and as veterans. This, together with the rise in the number of women veterans in the VA system, calls for increased understanding of women veteran health issues and areas of potential knowledge deficit in order to guide VA care and VA research efforts. The body of research literature dedicated to women veterans and women s military health and health care issues has significantly grown and expanded in size and scope since the publication of the first systematic review of women veterans research. This project updated that review by examining the literature on women veterans health and health care from 2004 to 2008. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781489551399

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