The Health Information Products eCatalog has Vision Readiness resources available for you to download or order.
All Vision Readiness products are available from the
Health Information Products eCatalog. and clicking on the "Vision Readiness" tab located on the left near the bottom of the page.
The Resource Materials Section of the APHC site has other items available by scrolling down the page including Vision Conservation and Readiness items such as:
The site is provided as a public service by the Army Public Health Center, and is intended to be used by the public for viewing and retrieving information only. To easily view all of the available Vision Conservation and Readiness Resource Material, click twice on the "Subject" tab at the top of the list. This will sort all of the items alphabetically in inverse order so that Vision-related materials start to be listed at the bottom of the first page.
The VC&R Quarterly Newsletter
The VC&R Quarterly Newsletter is available for you to subscribe to and maintains a list of all past articles for you to utilize as a reference. 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.
To view the Index of Articles and the most recent and past editions of the newsletter, go to:
To subscribe (or unsubscribe) click on the appropriate tab below to send an email to the editor.
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. Data is provided for each site by service on a quarterly basis. Developed by the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch and the Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Division of the Army Public Health Center. the underlying goal of the summary is to make eye injury surveillance data accessible and useable with individual annual eye injury summaries for all years and all services (Combined DoD, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard) posted on the APHC public website.