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Podcasts from Academy Health's 2018 Meeting
The following VA HSR&D podcasts are from Academy Health’s 2018 Annual Research Meeting (ARM), held in Seattle, WA June 24-26, 2018
20 Years of the HSR&D Quality Enhancement Research Initiative
QUERI dissemination coordinator Diane Hanks talks with QUERI director Amy Kilbourne, PhD, and QUERI program leaders Drs. Allen Gifford, JoAnn Kirchner, Anne Sales, and George Jackson about QUERI’s 20 year history and its future potential.
Veterans' Experiences with the Veterans Choice Program
QUERI Dissemination Coordinator Diane Hanks talks with Megan Vanneman, PhD, MPH, about her research evaluating Veterans’ experiences with community care before and after the advent of the Veterans Choice Program.
This podcast, and others like it, are also available on the VA website—click here.
Reaching Veterans with Chronic Pain
Voices of VA Research Podcast Series
Interview with Dr. Steve Martino and Dr. Marc Rosen
In this episode of the Voices of VA Research Podcast Series, Erica Sprey of VA Research Communications speaks with Dr. Steve Martino and Dr. Marc Rosen, both substance use researchers at VA Connecticut Healthcare System in New Haven. They are coinvestigators for a study that uses the VA compensation exam to reach out to Veterans who are applying for a service-connected disability for chronic pain. Their aim is to connect with Veterans who are suffering from pain and introduce them to the array of services available through VA.
A Talk with Dr. Heather Gilmartin and Dr. Joe Frank
Dr. Heather Gilmartin, nurse scientist at the Denver/Seattle Center of Innovation in Denver, Colorado, talks with her colleague, Dr. Joe Frank, primary care physician at the Denver VA and health services researcher at the Denver/Seattle Center of Innovation, about his work in the area of pain management and opioid safety. Dr. Frank is encouraged that "as the VA is able to bring to bear new services, new ways of delivering pain care, I think, based on our experience and prior work, veterans and their families are likely to be very interested."