The Centre for Australian Military and Veterans’ Health (CAMVH) conducts research on deployment health surveillance, occupational health and safety and mental health and examines e-health capabilities for military and veteran health issues.

We also conduct Think Tanks and other engagement activities that provide opportunities for evidence-based input into military and veteran health issues. 


CAMVH produces an online newsletter than contains information about current projects and activities and date claimers for upcoming events.



  • Medical advancements through war: radio interview with Professor Dennis Shanks

    Nov 11, 2014

    Prof Shanks from the Australian Army Malaria Institute, and an adjunct with CAMVH, today discussed how military deployments have advanced understanding of infectious disease. Click through to access the interview.

  • Health Aspects of Disasters Short Course

    Nov 4, 2014

    The School of Population Health, The University of Queensland will be running a short course on Health Aspects of Disasters over 8-12 December 2014 in Brisbane. This course has been very popular over the years with military-focused health professionals, both domestic and international. Click through to learn more and to register.

  • Rwanda Deployment Health Study released

    Oct 28, 2014

    The Department of Veterans' Affairs released the Rwanda Deployment Health Study today. CAMVH conducted this exploratory analysis of retrospective Government data on compensation, medical presentations and mortality for veterans of the 1994-1995 ADF deployment to Rwanda. Click through to access the report.