Self-reported health of Australian Defence Force personnel after use of anti-malarial drugs on deployment

Overview

The Department of Defence and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs commissioned The University of Queensland to use data from 2007/8 studies of deployment to East Timor, Bougainville and the Solomon Islands to investigate the issue of anti-malarial drugs and long-term health.

This report presents the results of a descriptive analysis of self-reported anti-malarial drug use on deployment and self-reported physical and mental health. The analysis focused on the East Timor and Bougainville studies.

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