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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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Veterans at Higher Risk of Overdose/Suicide Death after Stopping Opioid Treatment
Systematic Review - Population and Community-based Interventions to Prevent Suicide
Preventing Suicide among Veterans
Evidence Brief - Detection and Treatment of Dental Problems on Chronic Disease Outcomes
Summaries of select journal articles from HSR&D
Suicide Prevention for Women Veterans
Strains on Critical Care Capacity Associated with Increased Mortality among VA Patients Admitted to an ICU for COVID-19
Significantly Higher Rates of Suicide among Sexual Minority Veterans Compared to Other Veterans and the General Public
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Updated/Reviewed: July 1, 2019