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VA Responds to the Needs of Aging Veterans
by James F. Burris,M.D., Chief Consultant for Geriatrics & Extended Care
Defining Better Care for Aging Veterans
by Joseph Francis, M.D., M.P.H., VA Central Office, Washington, D.C.
Finding Better Ways to Support Family Caregivers
by Linda O. Nichols, Ph.D., VA Medical Center of Memphis
Evaluation of the Assisted Living
by Susan C. Hedrick, Ph.D., Northwest HSR&D Center of Excellence, Marylou Guihan, Ph.D., Hines HSR&D Center of Excellence, Michael Chapko, Ph.D., Northwest HSR&D Center of Excellence
Depression and Suicide in Aging Veterans: SMITREC Initiatives
by Helen C. Kales M.D. and Marcia Valenstein M.D., M.S., VA Serious Mental Illness Treatment Research and Evaluation Center
(SMITREC) and VA HSR&D Center of Excellence, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Highlights of the
2008 HSR&D National Meeting
Asch Receives 2008 Under Secretary's Award for
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