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Impacts

Conducting innovative research which contributes to and benefits Veterans lives.

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SPACE icon CCDOR researcher Dr. Erin Krebs and team worked with a panel of Veterans to develop an infographic to share results of the SPACE study with the community. Click the link below to view and share a copy of the infographic.
https://infogram.com/opioids-vs-non-opioids-space-trial-va-research-1hke60d1drle25r 

HOMEFRONT icon Dr. Laura Meis collaborated with CCDOR’s Communication Committee to create a visual abstract of her article, “Sticking It Out in Trauma-Focused Treatment for PTSD: It Takes a Village,” that was published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
Meis_JCCPVisualAbstract.pdf

 

Featured Impacts

Dr. Tim Wilt’s publication “Screening for Colorectal Cancer in Asymptomatic Average-Risk Adults: A Guidance Statement From the American College of Physicians,” was published in Annals of Internal Medicine. It will be distributed to over 159,000 ACP members and many other throughout the world who read Annals via individual or institutional subscriptions (Nov. 2019).

Dr. Steven Fu was interviewed by Minnesota Military Radio on his work done with smoking cessation https://minnesotamilitaryradiohour.com/20200301-smoking-cessation-and-national-guard-child-and-youth-programs (Feb. 2020).

Drs. Erin Krebs and Nina Sayer were on the committee that developed a consensus report entitled “Selected Health Conditions and Likelihood of Improvement with Treatment,” for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. https://doi.org/10.17226/25662 (May 2020).

Dr. Shannon Kehle-Forbes was interviewed by the HSR&D Podcast regarding her IIR titled "Dropout from Evidence-Based Therapy for PTSD: Reasons and Potential Interventions." The project was featured as part of PTSD Awareness Month. The podcast was posted on the HSR&D website and iTunes channel. https://www.hsrd.research.va.gov/news/podcasts/listen.cfm?ID=1064 (June 2020).

Drs. Hildi Hagedorn and Adam Gordon promoted the SCOUTT initiative in their podcast for the Clinical Pharmacy Practice Office. They also shared where they see opportunities for clinical pharmacy practice in the VA for opioid and other use disorders (Sept. 2020)