Accession Number : ADA040439
Title : Guidelines for the Military Medical Examination and Classification in the New Induction Method (MilMed/NIM).
Corporate Author : ARMY MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION AGENCY WASHINGTON D C
Report Date : 13 MAY 1977
Pagination or Media Count : 12
Abstract : The MilMed/NIM is to be applied, from 1976 on, during induction and at the time of examination by the doctor in connection with entering military service and during active duty as well as with the medical evaluation of doctor's certificates submitted by conscripts. The MilMed/NIM is provisional in its present form. MilMed/NIM serves as guidance for the medical examination of conscripts and evaluation of utility for a military duty assignment. This is true both for induction as well as during active duty and, in the case of all remaining opportunities when the question comes up concerning fitness for duty and availability for assignment of a conscript. The medical examination is for the purpose of elucidating the qualifications of an individual with respect to his health and performance potential. See Also AD-A040 293.
Descriptors : *MEDICAL EXAMINATION, *MEDICAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, MILITARY PERSONNEL, MILITARY FORCES(FOREIGN), PERFORMANCE(HUMAN), HEALTH, DIAGNOSIS(MEDICINE), CLASSIFICATION, ALLOCATIONS, ACTIVE DUTY, TRANSLATIONS, PERSONNEL SELECTION, RECRUITS, AUSTRIA, MECHANICAL GUIDES.
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE