|FOI Reference Number||Date of Access||FOI Request||Information Provided in Response to the Request||Supplementary Information|
|1||02/07/2012||1. Copies of minutes, transcripts of meetings, letters, notes, emails or other correspondence made between members of the Authority in relation to the Gulf War Syndrome investigation;
2. Copies of legal opinion, advice or otherwise provided to the authority in relation to section 5D of the VEA and the definition of disease that the Authority utilises when making its decisions.
|Five (5) sets of minutes (with deletions)
Two (2) emails
|Irrelevant matter was deleted under s.22 of the FOI Act.
Exemption of information on the ground of legal professional privilege was made under s.42 of the FOI Act.
|2||05/06/2013||Copy of minutes of April 2013 meeting of the Repatriation Medical Authority.||Minutes of meeting (with deletions)||Personal information deleted under s.47F of the FOI Act.|
|3||22/10/2013||Copy of documents and correspondence relating to the attendance of international experts at a Repatriation Medical Authority Gulf War workshop held on 23 to 25 July 2000.||Eight (8) sets of minutes (with deletions)
55 other documents
|Irrelevant matter was deleted under s.22 of the FOI Act.|
|4||05/02/2015||Correspondence from Dr John Graham arising from his attendance at a Repatriation Medical Authority Gulf War workshop held on 23 to 25 July 2000.||Seventeen (17) emails, letters and other documents|
|5||19/09/2017||Minutes and notes of meetings regarding the investigation into chemically-acquired brain injury caused by mefloquine, tafenoquine or primaquine||Three (3) sets of minutes (with deletions)||Irrelevant matter was deleted under s.22 of the FOI Act.|
|6||22/01/2018||Email correspondence associated with tooth wear investigation||Five (5) letters (with deletions)||Irrelevant matter was deleted under s.22, and personal information under s.47F of the FOI Act.|
|7||27/02/2018||Reference and information relating to definition of tooth wear||Two (2) information tables|
|8||13/03/2018||Correspondence between RMA and SMRC in relation to SMRC review of Gulf War illness||Three (3) letters and one (1) email|
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