Health Services Research & Development

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Step 1 - Workshop Submission for 2017 HSR&D/QUERI National Conference

Step 1: Enter information

Lead Presenter Contact Information

(** = required field)
Dr/Mr/Ms:
Dr. Ms. Mr.
**First Name:
**Last Name:
**Degree (MD, PhD, etc.):
Affiliation:

HSR&D Center of Innovation (COIN) or Resource Center (RC):

OR Non-COIN/RC Affiliation::


QUERI Affiliation (if applicable):


**Phone Number (123-456-7890):
Phone Extension (12345):
**Email Address:
** Workshop Title:
(150 char. max)

Please review the content areas below and identify the PRIMARY content area within which your submission best fits. This will greatly facilitate the review process. You may also select a secondary and tertiary content area as needed. Final decisions regarding content area, session placement and thematic relevance will be made by the abstract review committee.

**HSR&D Content Area (PRIMARY):

Access to Care
Aging, Long-Term Care, and Informal Caregiving
Care Coordination: VA and non-VA Care and Benefits
Disparities in Health and Healthcare
Health Promotion, Care Management, and Veterans' Experience
Healthcare Informatics
Implementation Science, and Adoption, Fidelity, and Dissemination of Effective Practices
Mental and Behavioral Health
Pain Management
Performance, Efficiency, and Value
Scientific Methodology
Special Populations
Workforce and Employee Engagement
Other important topics:

HSR&D Content Area (secondary):

Access to Care
Aging, Long-Term Care, and Informal Caregiving
Care Coordination: VA and non-VA Care and Benefits
Disparities in Health and Healthcare
Health Promotion, Care Management, and Veterans' Experience
Healthcare Informatics
Implementation Science, and Adoption, Fidelity, and Dissemination of Effective Practices
Mental and Behavioral Health
Pain Management
Performance, Efficiency, and Value
Scientific Methodology
Special Populations
Workforce and Employee Engagement
Other important topics:

HSR&D Content Area (tertiary):

Access to Care
Aging, Long-Term Care, and Informal Caregiving
Care Coordination: VA and non-VA Care and Benefits
Disparities in Health and Healthcare
Health Promotion, Care Management, and Veterans' Experience
Healthcare Informatics
Implementation Science, and Adoption, Fidelity, and Dissemination of Effective Practices
Mental and Behavioral Health
Pain Management
Performance, Efficiency, and Value
Scientific Methodology
Special Populations
Workforce and Employee Engagement
Other important topics:

**HSR&D-funded?

Is this submission based on an HSR&D-funded study?

Yes    No

**QUERI-related?

Is this submission QUERI-related?

Yes    No

**Qualitative research?

Does this submission use qualitative research methods?

Yes    No




Author List

Please provide the name and affiliation of all authors in order of authorship as it should appear in the Abstract Book. Please enter LAST NAME, and first and middle INITIALS (for John G. Demakis, you would enter Demakis JG). NOTE: at least one author, the lead author (denoted in red below), is required. The lead author may be different from the lead presenter. A maximum of two submissions per lead author is allowed across all submission categories (oral/poster, workshop, panel).

**Last Name

First

MI

Affiliation

Lead Author:
 
 



Please read carefully and follow the instructions below.

1. There is a suggested combined 350-word limit for the abstract fields. That is, the total length of the abstract (Objectives + Activities + Target Audience, etc.) should not exceed 350 words. You may want to check the length of your abstract using "word count" in a word processing program before entering your information into the form.

2. Use only plain text. Special characters (e.g., symbols or formatting) will be lost when the abstract is stored. Please spell out terms rather than using symbols (e.g., Chi-squared, R-squared). You may use >= or <= for "greater than or equal to" or "less than or equal to," respectively.

3. Do not use tables, figures or graphics of any kind in your abstract. They will be lost when the abstract is saved.

**Workshop Objectives:
**Activities:
**Target Audience:
**Assumed Audience Familiarity with Topic:

(e.g., intermediate level content, some familiarity with implementation science helpful)

  



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