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VA Portland Jul 25
Join a Study at VA Portland Study #3871 Neurobiology of Alcohol and Nicotine Co-Addiction (You do NOT need to be a Veteran to participate) Two different types of Volunteers are needed for a...
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Veterans Affairs Sep 5
: Having traumatic brain injury symptoms before deployment was linked to post-deployment suicide attempts in soldiers deployed to Afghanistan, found a study including .
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VA Portland Apr 9
. Thank you to everyone who came to Research Day! What a great turn out. As the Director of VA Portland Health Care System Darwin Goodspeed said, “This is a great opportunity for all of us to pause and...
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Courtney Van Houtven Sep 11
This engaged team of social workers represented 8 IP/OP services at and presented a creative vision to make caregiver skills training work for their community. . TY Meg Smith, Victor Lenhoff & all!
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VA Research Sep 11
: Daily use of e-cigarettes may lead to due to similar biological changes as seen with regular , suggests a mouse study by System researchers and colleagues.
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Veterans Affairs Aug 22
: Diet quality affects gut microbiome. Patients who eat a good-quality diet have higher levels of beneficial bacteria, those eating a poor-quality diet may have more harmful bacteria, found a study
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VA Ann Arbor Dec 10
in action! Did you know? Our researchers played a key role in developing tools to help patients and health care providers weigh the risks and benefits of lung cancer screening.
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Dimitri Drekonja Sep 5
Talking FMT and recurrent C. difficule at first annual meeting of CSP 2004; great team!
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Michael Goldstein Apr 2
This research, as well as VHA’s efforts to support and promote colorectal cancer screening, have let to outstanding screening rates (i.e. over 80%) that outpace the private sector! Congratulations!
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Jenny Moser Sep 12
Great things happening at the VA Million Veteran Program Science meeting here in Philadelphia.
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Veterans Affairs Aug 29
A literature review by highlights the usefulness of for and incontinence treatment, and recovery. There was less evidence for its role in other conditions. via
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Veterans Affairs Jul 29
Suicide is preventable. But only if we work together. How will you work with us to prevent suicide in our country? Submit your best ideas here:
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VA Research Sep 12
Artificial intelligence could help save kidneys. from and the company develop technology that has potential to predict life-threatening condition.
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Kathryn Porter Starr, PhD, RD Aug 8
and I couldn’t agree more. It truly is a privilege to work with our Veterans in hopes of this improving their lives and the lives of so many others through !
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Durham COIN Sep 6
What better way to celebrate a birthday for than with a project kick-off meeting?! Announcing Dr. Van Houtven will lead a 5-year mixed methods study to develop a and caregiver-centered definition of home time.
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Savannahstreefdation Jul 24
I'm a service connected disabled veteran owned corporation and I'm a startup .I need assistance with registration and qualifications process for government funding and other services for my corporation's interests. I'm developing an innovative energy energy source
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Leah Haverhals May 24
The ☀️ is out in Denver today but the manuscripts keep pouring in all week! Important & timely research from VA colleagues on supporting home-based older veterans during the California wildfires last year
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Jeff Fallon Aug 2
eVideon was 1st IPC to do bidirectional interface to VistA/CPRS. We're excited about this milestone achieved by the VA & Cerner! VisA to Cerner in Just 23.5 Million Easy Steps
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VA Partnerships Sep 4
: availability improves viral suppression in patients, found a Office of Rural Health study.
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LCCC SVA Sep 20
RT DeptVetAffairs : : Nursing home residents with high do not get significant added benefit from multiple blood pressure medications, found a study by DeptVetAffairs researchers. VABronx SFVAMC VeteransHealt…
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