Monitoring the well-being of veterans: V32-347/2017E-PDF
a veteran well-being surveillance framework /
"This paper documents the development of the first iteration of the Veterans’ Well-being Surveillance Framework, which is a joint initiative of the Strategic Policy and Research Directorates. A conceptual framework of well-being for families, which would recognize the family as a unit as well as the individuals comprising the family unit, has been considered but not yet explored as further research is required for its development. This framework provides ongoing, systematic assessment and surveillance to monitor and measure Veteran well-being. An accepted set of high-level indicators has been identified and will be used to paint a picture of how the Veteran population is doing across multiple facets of life, or domains of well-being"--Executive summary, p. 2.
|Department/Agency||Veterans Affairs Canada. Public Strategic Policy Unit.|
|Title||Monitoring the well-being of veterans|
|Subtitle||a veteran well-being surveillance framework /|
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|Note||Cover title. "August 2017."|
|Number of Pages||28 p.|
|Subject Terms||Veterans, Quality of life, Assessment|
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