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Coverage of research results, new initiatives, and other matters of interest for the general public and all stakeholders of VA research.
A monthly publication that highlights research conducted by HSR&D and/or QUERI investigators, showcasing the importance of research for Veterans - and the importance of Veterans for research.
MVP Insider highlights program enrollment updates, current research studies and general health care information about the diseases impacting our Veteran community.
Provides news to funded scientists and others interested in CSR&D
Highlights research conducted by HSR&D and/or QUERI investigators
Provides a summary of updates from the VA HSR&D's website, available in email version only.
Quarterly publication that highlights ongoing HSR&D
Offers the HSR&D investigator community a roundup of news, recommended reading, spotlight feature articles, new publication notices, and solicitation deadlines, available in email version only.
Provide VA senior managers results from HSR&D research
The ORD Field Update is a monthly newsletter dedicated to informing and strengthening the VA research community.
Synopses of published journal articles by VA HSR&D researchers that are shared with VHA leadership at the time of article publication, available in email version only.
QUERI News is a newsletter that provides the latest updates from the different QUERI groups.
A monthly publication that provides VA Innovation and Research Review System (VAIRRS) updates for VA facilities conducting VA research.
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