News Coverage
Title Source Date
First Conference on Military Families Held USC News April 5, 2010

The USC School of Social Work convened its first military social work conference for more than 25 multidisciplinary scholars at the USC San Diego Academic Center on March 4 to explore collaborative military family-themed research opportunities

What We Can Learn in 21 Years U.S. Medicine April 2010

The DoD and VA have formed an aggressive partnership to care for Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom service members who have become wounded, ill or injured.

Understanding the Military Family - Researching the Impact of Military Life Naval Health Research Center 20 June 2016

The overarching goal of the Family Study is to understand how military service impacts family members, spouses and children alike. This study, the first of its kind, seeks to get a better understanding of the long-term association between military experiences and deployments and the health and well-being of families.

Military Spouse Input Needed MilitaryTime Scoop Deck 19 July 2011

The Naval Health Research Center is looking to enroll more than 10,000 military spouses in a new study of military family health. The Department of Defense Millennium Cohort Family Study aims for a more comprehensive understanding of how military families are coping with military life after nearly a decade at war.

MILCO Seeks to Rapidly Expand Enrollment Navy Medicine Live 14 July 2011

As a former military officer, I personally value the importance of discovering new information that will help those who serve in our military.

NHRC Launches Next Survey Cycle of Largest DoD Population-Based Military Health Study (Naval Support Acitivity Bethesda) The Journal 14 July 2011

Beginning in May 2011, the Millennium Cohort Study, which is conducted at the Naval Health Research, began enrolling new volunteers into this DoD-wide study. (This document is a PDF)

Military Study Expands to Include Families American Forces Press Service 14 December 2009

A Defense Department study that explores the long-term health effects of military service, including deployments, will expand its scope to military families starting in June

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2022 Spring Newsletter Millennium Cohort Program 08 June 2022

We are pleased to share our most recent program updates. This newsletter includes new scientific publications that the research team has recently published.

Millennium Cohort Family Study Launches New Survey Defense Visual Information Distribution Service 08 January 2021

Both the Millennium Cohort Study and the Millennium Cohort Family Study are inviting new participants to join these unique studies, which are the largest long-term surveys of service members and their spouses. Spouses who are invited to take part in the family study will have the opportunity to share their perspectives of the impact of military life on their careers, stress, well-being, health, and adjustment.

2022 Winter Newsletter Millennium Cohort Program 03 March 2022

We are pleased to share our most recent program updates. This newsletter includes new scientific publications that the research team has recently published.

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