could examine policy, technology, and organizational issues as necessary in considering a strategy for the future.
Areas of potential emphasis and extension from the interim reports include (but are not limited to):
Use of a systematic approach to evaluate non-battle risks associated with the activities and settings of deployments;
Training regarding risk assessment, risk management (including exposure minimization), and risk communication before, during, and after operations;
Collection and management of environmental data and person location, biological samples, and activity data to facilitate analysis of deployment exposures and to support clinical care;
Computerized patient records and other automated record keeping that supports patient care and military public health needs;
Medical surveillance spanning the service life cycle and beyond;
Strategies to address medically unexplained physical symptoms in deployed populations; and
The role of military preventive medicine in deployment health.