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Step 1 - Abstract Submission | 2022 HSR&D/QUERI National Conference

Step 1

*Lead Author* Contact Information

(** = required field)

Dr/Mr/Ms:

Dr. Ms. Mr. Mx.

**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) plus ext. if needed:

**Email Address:

**Presentation Preferences:

If your abstract is selected, what are your preferences?
I prefer a:
poster session   oral presentation  


If your first choice is not available:
accept alternative   withdraw presentation

**Abstract Title:

(150 char. max)

** Will you be presenting this abstract at the conference?

Yes     No


If the Lead Author is NOT the Lead Presenter, please enter LAST NAME, and first and middle INITIALS for the lead presenter (for John G. Smith, you would enter Smith JG).


Please review the content areas below and identify one 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):

» Health Services Research Priorities
Health Equity and Social Determinants of Health
Suicide Prevention
Access to Care
Women's Health
Quality, Safety, and Value of Health Care
Primary Care Practice/Complex Chronic Disease Management
Disability/Spinal Cord injury/Traumatic Brain Injury
Substance Use Disorders including opioids and stimulant misuse
Pain Management
Long-term Care and Aging
Mental Health/PTSD
Health Care Informatics and EHR Modernization (Cerner Transition)
Implementation Science
Whole Health/Population Health
Virtual Care/Telehealth
COVID-19

» Health Policy and Legislation impacting VA (e.g., Foundations for Evidence-based Policymaking Act, MISSION Act, CARES Act [long term COVID impact/deferred care], Hannon Act [mental health], Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act [CARA])

» Health Services Research Methods

» Other important topics:

HSR&D Content Area (secondary):

» Health Services Research Priorities
Health Equity and Social Determinants of Health
Suicide Prevention
Access to Care
Women's Health
Quality, Safety, and Value of Health Care
Primary Care Practice/Complex Chronic Disease Management
Disability/Spinal Cord injury/Traumatic Brain Injury
Substance Use Disorders including opioids and stimulant misuse
Pain Management
Long-term Care and Aging
Mental Health/PTSD
Health Care Informatics and EHR Modernization (Cerner Transition)
Implementation Science
Whole Health/Population Health
Virtual Care/Telehealth
COVID-19

» Health Policy and Legislation impacting VA (e.g., Foundations for Evidence-based Policymaking Act, MISSION Act, CARES Act [long term COVID impact/deferred care], Hannon Act [mental health], Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act [CARA])

» Health Services Research Methods

» Other important topics:

HSR&D Content Area (tertiary):

» Health Services Research Priorities
Health Equity and Social Determinants of Health
Suicide Prevention
Access to Care
Women's Health
Quality, Safety, and Value of Health Care
Primary Care Practice/Complex Chronic Disease Management
Disability/Spinal Cord injury/Traumatic Brain Injury
Substance Use Disorders including opioids and stimulant misuse
Pain Management
Long-term Care and Aging
Mental Health/PTSD
Health Care Informatics and EHR Modernization (Cerner Transition)
Implementation Science
Whole Health/Population Health
Virtual Care/Telehealth
COVID-19

» Health Policy and Legislation impacting VA (e.g., Foundations for Evidence-based Policymaking Act, MISSION Act, CARES Act [long term COVID impact/deferred care], Hannon Act [mental health], Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act [CARA])

» Health Services Research Methods

» 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

Veteran or Caregiver?

Does this submission include a Veteran and/or caregiver lead presenter or panelist?

Yes    No




Author List

Please provide the name and affiliation of all authors in order of authorship. Please enter LAST NAME, and first and middle INITIALS (for John G. Smith, you would enter Smith 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.

**Lead Author:

All other authors in order of authorship
Please include Last Name, First Initial, Middle Initial (optional), and Center affiliation in parenthesis, e.g.:

Smith JG (National Center on Homelessness Among Veterans, University of Alabama School of Public Health)
Johnson FT (Drexel University, Dornsife Scool of Public Health)
Mendoza B (Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion, Philadelphia)




Please read carefully and follow the instructions below.

1. There is a suggested combined 500-word limit for the abstract fields. That is, the total length of the abstract (Objectives + Methods + Results + Conclusions + Impact) should not exceed 500 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.


**Objectives:

**Methods:

**Results

**Conclusions:

**Impact Statements:

  



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