Periodic Publications and Surveillance Reports

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APHC publishes several periodicals and surveillance reports on a regular schedule. Click the title of the publication to view a list of available past issues. Subscribe/unsubscribe options are available for most publications. Not all periodical listed are published by APHC and are offered for your convenience.

Active Duty Army Injury Surveillance Summary

The Active Duty Army Injury Surveillance Summary provides an annual update of injury-related medical encounters for non-deployed U.S. Army Soldiers, including rates over time for Active Duty and trainees, types and causes of hospitalizations and outpatient visits, and frequencies of injuries by body location and diagnosis.

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Active Duty Eye Injury Report Summary

The Active Duty Eye Injury Report Summary contains detailed eye injury data, along with a set of summary tables detailing Ambulatory and Hospitalization rates (per 1000 person-years) for Injury Group, Cause of Injury and Occupational Group.

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Army Public Health Center Acute Respiratory Disease Surveillance Report

The APHC Acute Respiratory Disease Surveillance Report is published weekly and contains data on acute respiratory disease and strep rates found at the Army basic training sites.

Army Industrial Hygiene News and Regulatory Summary

The Army Industrial Hygiene News and Regulatory Summary is published by the Industrial Hygiene and Medical Safety Management (IHMSM) for APHC as a service to the Army Industrial Hygiene Program, Federal agencies and industrial hygienists throughout the Federal and private sector. Published more or less monthly.

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Army Public Health Weekly Update

The HIO Weekly Update is a compendium of public health news articles on medical and veterinary issues of interest to the United States Army Medical Department. Published weekly.

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Army Quarterly Pediatric Lead Report

The Army Quarterly Pediatric Lead Report provides a surveillance summary of all available blood lead level test results within the Army-Dependent population and monitors the occurrence of elevated blood lead levels in the same population.

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The Surgeon General Weekly Read Book

The Surgeon General Weekly Read Book is available with articles classified up to the SECRET level from the USAPHC SIPRNet site: . To access this version, you will need a SECRET security clearance and a SIPRNet account.   Published weekly. When subscribing, please include your SIPRNet email address.

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Army Vector-borne Disease Report

Army Vector-borne Disease Report is published by APHC during the summer months in the U.S. By describing cases of key vector-borne diseases among Army beneficiaries as well as vector surveillance results across Army installations, the report provides a picture of disease threat and occurrence.

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Emerging Contaminants in the News (CAC protected - MilSuite)External Link

Emerging Contaminants in the News is produced by the OSD Chemical Material Risk Management Directorate. It contains brief summaries of recent developments related to emerging contaminants. When available, links and references to other sources of information are provided for readers seeking more detailed information on the topic. Published monthly. Subscription information is available in the newsletter.

Health of the Force Report

Health of the Force Report is published annually by the US Army Public Health Center. It reports installation-level population health metrics for Active Component Soldiers based on national leading health indicators and military-relevant measures of health readiness.

A Healthy Workforce (MilSuite)External Link

A Healthy Workforce is a quarterly publication by the Occupational Medicine Program 65 geared toward occupational medicine providers and professionals. The information helps in our mission to identify, assess, and prevent injuries and illnesses that are constant threats to our civilian and soldier populations.

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Medical Surveillance Monthly ReportExternal Link

The Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center (AFHSC) publishes the Medical Surveillance Monthly Report (MSMR) which provides evidence-based estimates of the incidence, distribution, impact, and trends of illness and injuries among United States military members and associated populations. Most reports in the MSMR are based on summaries of medical administrative data that are routinely provided to the AFHSC and integrated into the Defense Medical Surveillance System for health surveillance purposes.

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U.S. Army Influenza Activity Report

The U.S. Army Influenza Activity Report describes influenza cases and influenza-like ilness among Army beneficiaries and patients seeking care at Army military treatment facilities. Published weekly during flu season.

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U.S. Army Veterinary Service NewsExternal Link

The U.S. Army Veterinary Service News publishes news of interest to members of the veterinary medical team. Published monthly.

VC&R Quarterly (CAC protected - MilSuite)External Link

The VC&R Quarterly is a publication of the APHC Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Program dedicated to optimizing the vision, optical, and eye health of Department of Defense health care beneficiaries through vision conservation and readiness. Published Quarterly.

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Veterinary Connections

Veterinary Connections is a quarterly publication written by Army Veterinary Services personnel for Service members, beneficiaries, and retirees about Animal Health, Food Safety, and One Health. One Health is the intersection and overlap between animals, humans, and the environment.

Weather-Related Injury Surveillance Report

The Weather-Related Injury Surveillance Reports highlight the morbidity that Service Members experience due to heat-related and cold weather injuries, and emphasize the importance of timely reporting of these injuries.