Center for Care Delivery and Outcomes Research
Meet the Director, Deputy Director and Associate Director of CCDOR.
NYT: Smoking, Vaping, COVID-19
Dr. Anne Melzer, CCDOR core investigator, was recently interviewed by the New York Times about potential links between smoking, vaping, and COVID-19 disease severity. Click on the link to learn more about potential links between nicotine products and COVID-19 infection.
Care for Women with Trauma
Elisheva Danan, MD, MPH, has been working with the Minnesota Learning Health Systems Mentored Career Development Program to develop and implement trauma-sensitive, patient-centered primary and preventive healthcare practices for women Veterans who have experienced sexual assault.
CCDOR Celebrates 20 Years!
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The Minneapolis VA Center for Care Delivery and Outcomes Research (CCDOR) is a VA HSR&D Center of Innovation (COIN) operating under the direction of the Office of Research and Development (ORD). Formerly known as the Center for Chronic Disease Outcomes Research, CCDOR has been a productive, interdisciplinary community of professionals since 1998, conducting innovative health services and implementation research intended primarily to improve health outcomes for Veterans with chronic disease.
CCDOR’s mission is to develop and evaluate interventions and implementation strategies that improve health care delivery, Veteran engagement in health care and Veterans’ health and functioning in their communities
CCDOR’s vision is to elevate the quality, consistency, and equity of health care and outcomes for all Veterans through innovative health services and implementation research.
CCDOR’s strategic plan focuses on two high priority areas in which CCDOR’s expertise and partnerships are exceptionally strong and where CCDOR is positioned to make substantial and meaningful contributions: (1) Trauma Recovery, and (2) Chronic Pain and Opioid Harms Reduction. CCDOR will also advance research in additional areas and ensure a sustainable pipeline of highly qualified health services researchers.