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HSR&D research underscores all aspects of VA healthcare: patient care, care delivery, health outcomes, cost, and quality... Learn more
Videos: HSR&D researchers discuss their work and its impact on care for Veterans
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Summaries of select journal articles from HSR&D
Veterans at Higher Risk of Overdose/Suicide Death After Stopping Opioid Treatment; Increasing Risk with Duration on Opioids
Anti-MRSA Therapy Associated with Greater 30-day Mortality Compared with Standard Therapy for Veterans with Pneumonia
VA Healthcare Benefits May Reduce Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Seeking Mental Health Treatment among Veterans
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