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Harnessing Full Value from the DoD Serum Repository and the Defense Medical Surveillance System.

Moore M, Eiseman E, Fisher G, Olmsted SS, Sama PR, Zambrano JA.

Rand Health Q. 2012 Jun 1;2(2):3. eCollection 2012 Summer.

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Health surveillance mechanisms used by armed forces worldwide.

Capleton AC, Wickramatillake H, Rushton L.

Mil Med. 2004 Dec;169(12):1005-10.

PMID:
15646196
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Maximizing the Capabilities of the DoD Serum Repository to Meet Current and Future Needs: Report of the Needs Panel.

Mancuso JD, Mallon TM, Gaydos JC.

Mil Med. 2015 Oct;180(10 Suppl):13-24. doi: 10.7205/MILMED-D-14-00732.

PMID:
26444889
5.

The Department of Defense Medical Mortality Registry.

Gardner JW, Cozzini CB, Kelley PW, Kark JA, Peterson MR, Gackstetter GD, Spencer JD.

Mil Med. 2000 Jul;165(7 Suppl 2):57-61.

PMID:
10920642
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Ethics, Human Use, and the Department of Defense Serum Repository.

Pavlin JA, Welch RA.

Mil Med. 2015 Oct;180(10 Suppl):49-56. doi: 10.7205/MILMED-D-14-00725.

PMID:
26444892
7.

The Recruit assessment Program: a program to collect comprehensive baseline health data from U.S. military personnel.

Hyams KC, Barrett DH, Duque D, Engel CC Jr, Friedl K, Gray G, Hogan B, Kaforski G, Murphy F, North R, Riddle J, Ryan MA, Trump DH, Wells J.

Mil Med. 2002 Jan;167(1):44-7.

PMID:
11799812
8.

The Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center: enhancing the Military Health System's public health capabilities.

DeFraites RF.

BMC Public Health. 2011 Mar 4;11 Suppl 2:S1. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-11-S2-S1. Review.

9.

Acceptability of adverse childhood experiences questions for health surveillance in U.S. Armed Forces.

Robinson R, Davis JD, Krueger M, Gore K, Freed MC, Kuesters P, Dube S, Engel CC.

Mil Med. 2008 Sep;173(9):853-9.

PMID:
18816923
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Panel 1: medical surveillance prior to, during, and following potential environmental exposures.

Brix K, O'Donnell FL.

Mil Med. 2011 Jul;176(7 Suppl):91-6. Review.

PMID:
21916337
12.

Options for future military health surveillance systems.

Bricknell MC.

J R Army Med Corps. 1999 Jun;145(2):80-3.

PMID:
10420344
13.

The Department of Defense Birth Defects Registry: overview of a new surveillance system.

Ryan MA, Pershyn-Kisor MA, Honner WK, Smith TC, Reed RJ, Gray GC.

Teratology. 2001;64 Suppl 1:S26-9.

PMID:
11745841
14.

Quality assessment of nonanthrax vaccination data in the Defense Medical Surveillance System (DMSS), 1998-2004.

Davila JC, Payne DC, Zhang Y, Rose CE Jr, Aranas A, Hill AN, Ruscio B, McNeil MM.

Vaccine. 2008 Mar 17;26(12):1577-84. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2008.01.003. Epub 2008 Jan 22.

PMID:
18295379
15.

Active surveillance of birth defects among U.S. Department of Defense beneficiaries: a feasibility study.

Bush RA, Smith TC, Honner WK, Gray GC.

Mil Med. 2001 Feb;166(2):179-83.

PMID:
11272718
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The future of national public health surveillance in the United States.

Thacker SB, Stroup DF.

J Public Health Manag Pract. 1996 Fall;2(4):1-3.

PMID:
10186686
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Value of syndromic surveillance within the Armed Forces for early warning during a dengue fever outbreak in French Guiana in 2006.

Meynard JB, Chaudet H, Texier G, Ardillon V, Ravachol F, Deparis X, Jefferson H, Dussart P, Morvan J, Boutin JP.

BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 2008 Jul 2;8:29. doi: 10.1186/1472-6947-8-29.

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The Global Emerging Infection Surveillance and Response System (GEIS), a U.S. government tool for improved global biosurveillance: a review of 2009.

Russell KL, Rubenstein J, Burke RL, Vest KG, Johns MC, Sanchez JL, Meyer W, Fukuda MM, Blazes DL.

BMC Public Health. 2011 Mar 4;11 Suppl 2:S2. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-11-S2-S2. Review.

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Injuries in the military: a review and commentary focused on prevention.

Jones BH, Perrotta DM, Canham-Chervak ML, Nee MA, Brundage JF.

Am J Prev Med. 2000 Apr;18(3 Suppl):71-84.

PMID:
10736543

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