Health and well-being of Canadian Armed Forces veterans: V32-252/2014E-PDF
findings from the 2013 Life After Service Survey /
“This report is the first of a series of LASS 2013 survey analyses that will be undertaken over the next few years to support Veterans services. This initial report will inform service providers, program and policy development and further research. The specific objectives of this initial report are to: describe the socioeconomics, health, disability and determinants of health and well-being for Veterans of the Reserve Force and the Regular Force; compare Reserve Force Veterans and Regular Force Veterans to the Canadian population; and provide a comprehensive basis to inform further analyses of the LASS 2013 survey data”--Cf. Introd., p. 23.
|Department/Agency||Veterans Affairs Canada. Research Directorate.|
|Title||Health and well-being of Canadian Armed Forces veterans|
|Subtitle||findings from the 2013 Life After Service Survey /|
|Series Title||Research Directorate technical report|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||Cover title. "03 July 2014.”|
|Number of Pages||93 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Veterans, Health, Economic conditions, Social conditions, Quality of life|
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