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This study assesses outcomes of veterans who have undergone inpatient surgery since the Veterans Health Administration’s opioid safety initiative was initiated.
This economic decision model estimates the financial and reproductive health implications for implementation of a 12-month option for dispensing oral contraceptive pills in the Veterans Affairs health care system.
This cross-sectional study examines firearm ownership and storage practices among US military personnel who have experienced thoughts of suicide.
This randomized clinical trial compares the effectiveness of telephone-delivered collaborative goal setting and behavioral activation vs enhanced usual care for depression symptoms among US veterans with uncontrolled diabetes.
This quality improvement study characterizes the content of cardiac catheterization peer reviews in the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Clinical Assessment, Reporting, and Tracking (CART) program.
This observational study evaluates the association of dual prescribing for Veterans Affairs and Medicare Part D benefits with unsafe prescription exposure in a national cohort of older veterans.
This cohort study uses data from more than 265 000 US veterans treated at Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs) to compare health care spending for patients with chronic heart failure across VAMCs and to examine the association between spending and survival.
This analysis of all US military casualties in Afghanistan and Iraq from October 2001 through December 2017 assesses the association of trends in survival with advances in initial battlefield interventions.
This Medical News article describes research proposals the US military is weighing to evaluate sufentanil sublingual tablets, an opioid that gained a controversial FDA approval last year, for battlefield use.
This cross-sectional study uses 1000 Genomes Project data and US Veterans Health Administration demographic characteristics to project the number of veterans who carry an actionable pharmacogenetic variant and who have been prescribed 1 or more level A drugs that have well-established evidence of pharmacogenetic interactions.
This case-control study uses data from the Soldier Health Outcomes Study conducted as part of the Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers (Army STARRS) to evaluate whether increased accessibility to firearms is associated with an increased risk of suicide among US Army soldiers.
This cohort study examines the uptake of video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery for patients with known or suspected lung cancer within US Veterans Affairs facilities.
This assessment of common primary care measures from 10 Veterans Affairs clinics from 2014 compares outcomes in patients of resident physicians with patients of attending physicians.
This cohort study investigates whether a brief self-report battery from a survey of US Army soldiers is associated with identification of those with suicide ideation who are at the highest risk of suicide attempt.
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