2.9
43 reviews
10K+
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About this app

Exposures Education Mobile Application provides Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and non-VA healthcare providers with access to environmental exposures information and resources through the use of mobile technology. It will give providers/ Veterans “just-in-time” information and will serve as a centralized, easy-to-access location for providers/Veterans in finding comprehensive environmental exposure information, referrals, and training, all in a standardized format. The app will also help with earlier identification and awareness of conditions after exposure to environmental hazards that can affect the health of Veterans
Updated on
Dec 11, 2020

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2.9
43 reviews
A Google user
December 8, 2019
I know they are trying, but this is just as useless as the burnpit registry was. One user said it just sends you in circles... perhaps by design. The VA seems to do that throughout the claims process as a deterrent. This may very well be a digital version of the real world process, just on a smaller scale. Designed to frustrate you and make you move on to something else.
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A Google user
January 3, 2019
completely useless. Doesnt let you filter down any lower that general region (i.e. "Southwest asia"), or really find out what you most likely were exposed to in a certain area during a specific deployment, what you are most at risk for, or anything else at all even remotely helpful.
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Diane Downey
October 4, 2021
This app is not great, but it does help with consolidating a bunch of information about potential exposures & how your health could be adversely affected. Do not trust that this is all the information available or that it is 100% accurate. For example, I have read articles about Agent Orange on Okinawa including it being used AND buried AND unburied there. Yet, Japan is not mentioned as a place where it was stored. If there is one "error", you know there are many others.
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Content update and bug fixes.