The percentage of women Veterans is expected to increase from 7.7% in 2008 to 14.3% in 2033. Important issues being studied include redesigning primary care service delivery for women, as well as developing screening and treatment strategies for post-deployment health issues affecting women, such as military sexual trauma.
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(5 of more than 651 WOMEN VETERANS focused publications)
- Ebrahimi R, Lynch KE, Beckham JC, Dennis PA, Viernes B, Tseng CH, Shroyer ALW, Sumner JA. Association of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Incident Ischemic Heart Disease in Women Veterans. JAMA cardiology. 2021 Mar 17.
- Marshall V, Stryczek KC, Haverhals L, Young J, Au DH, Ho PM, Kaboli PJ, Kirsh S, Sayre G. The Focus They Deserve: Improving Women Veterans' Health Care Access. Women's health issues : official publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health. 2021 Feb 10.
- Hoffmire CA, Denneson LM, Monteith LL, Dichter ME, Gradus JL, Cappelletti MM, Brenner LA, Yano EM. Accelerating Research on Suicide Risk and Prevention in Women Veterans Through Research-Operations Partnerships. Medical care. 2021 Feb 1; 59:S11-S16.
- Lehavot K, Millard SP, Thomas RM, Yantsides K, Upham M, Beckman K, Hamilton AB, Sadler A, Litz B, Simpson T. A randomized trial of an online, coach-assisted self-management PTSD intervention tailored for women veterans. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology. 2021 Feb 1; 89(2):134-141.
- Mattocks KM, Kroll-Desrosiers A, Kinney R, Bastian LA, Bean-Mayberry B, Goldstein KM, Shivakumar G, Copeland L. Racial Differences in the Cesarean Section Rates Among Women Veterans Using Department of Veterans Affairs Community Care. Medical care. 2021 Feb 1; 59(2):131-138.
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(5 of more than 75 WOMEN VETERANS focused publication briefs)
- Suicide Prevention for Women Veterans
The articles in this supplement highlight the value of a wide range of data sources, from the macro-level surveillance data available through the DoD, VA, and the US National Violent Death Reporting System to the depth of qualitative data of individual experiences with suicide attempts. They also illustrate the complexities of studying gender and suicide, while generating a new understanding of im...
Date: February 1, 2021
- VA’s Primary Care-Mental Health Integration Affects Access Differently for Women and Men Veterans
This study of 5.4 million Veterans (including 448,455 women), who received care at one of 396 VA primary care clinics between FY2013 and FY2016, set out to answer the following question: Did VA’s national Primary Care-Mental Health Integration (PC-MHI) initiative improve access to care equally among men and women Veterans? Findings showed that PC-MHI was associated with greater use of all outpatie...
Date: October 20, 2020
- Gender Differences in Thought Processes among Veterans who Attempted Suicide
This study sought to better understand gender differences in the development of suicidal behaviors among U.S. Veterans to inform future research and gender-tailored prevention efforts. Findings revealed two gendered narratives of suicide attempts that incorporated the primary themes of self-concept, social power, relationships, coping, and stress. When discussing reasons for their suicide attempts...
Date: September 1, 2020
- Majority of Women Veterans Feel Welcome at VA
Investigators in this study analyzed patient suggestions on how to make the VA healthcare system more welcoming to women. Findings showed that of the study participants, 85% felt welcome within the VA healthcare system. Overall, 490 distinct responses were provided to a question asking for suggestions to make VA more welcoming to women Veterans (260 comments and 230 suggestions). Comments included...
Date: July 1, 2020
- Both PTSD Symptoms and Moral Injury are Associated with Adverse Perinatal Outcomes among Women Veterans
This longitudinal study is the first to examine the impact of PTSD symptoms and moral injury on adverse perinatal outcomes among women who became pregnant in the first three years after separating from military service. Findings showed that after adjusting for age, racial/ethnic minority status, socioeconomic status, and lifetime trauma, both PTSD symptoms and moral injury were associated with adv...
Date: June 1, 2020
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( 5 of more than 58 WOMEN VETERANS focused projects
|| MyPath: A Patient-Centered Web-Based Intervention to Improve Reproductive Planning for Women Veterans
|| Strengthening Suicide Prevention Efforts for Women Veterans through the Veterans Crisis Line
|| Targeting Barriers to Pain Self-Management in Women Veterans: Refinement and Feasibility of a Novel Peer Support Intervention (Project CONNECT)
|| Understanding Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Uterine Fibroid Outcomes among Women Veterans: A mixed-methods study
|| Optimizing Remote Access to Urinary Incontinence Treatment for Women Veterans
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Health Outcomes and Healthcare Use among Transgender Veterans || In Progress
...bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) Veterans in the United States. As a result...stress, and discrimination, these Veterans face increased health risks and unique...Improving Care and Access for LGBTQ Veterans » Table of Contents Health Outcomes...Healthcare Use among Transgender Veterans Feature Article Despite the current
Improving Care and Access for LGBTQ Veterans || In Progress
...bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) Veterans in the United States. As a result...stress, and discrimination, these Veterans face increased health risks and unique...Access for LGBTQ Veterans Overview: New Research for LGBTQ Veterans Individual Research...Healthcare Use among Transgender Veterans Understanding Mental Health Problems
Women Veterans Healthcare CREATE || In Progress
...recruits are women, and it's estimated that by 2018, 10% of the Veteran population...population will consist of women. Our March issue focuses on HSR&D research intended...Healthcare for Women Veterans » Table of Contents Women Veterans Healthcare CREATE...on topics that include PTSD, rural Veterans, long-term care, and improving access
VA Healthcare for Women Veterans || In Progress
...recruits are women, and it's estimated that by 2018, 10% of the Veteran population...population will consist of women. Our March issue focuses on HSR&D research intended...Healthcare for Women Veterans Currently, 20% of new military recruits are women, and it's...2018, 10% of the Veteran population will consist of women.1 Our March issue
Evaluating Outsourced Care for Women Veterans || In Progress
...recruits are women, and it's estimated that by 2018, 10% of the Veteran population...population will consist of women. Our March issue focuses on HSR&D research intended...this Issue: VA Healthcare for Women Veterans » Table of Contents Evaluating...Care for Women Veterans Feature Article While the number of women Veterans utilizing
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Trauma and Suicidal Self-Directed Violence among Women Veterans
|| Monteith, Lindsey
Research on Active Duty Servicewomen and Women Veterans: Research Opportunities using the Millennium Cohort Study
|| Rull, Rudolph
Rohrbeck, Lt Col Patricia
Carlton, MAJ Keyia
Provider Gender Sensitivity
|| Vogt, Dawne
Sourcebook Volume 4: Women Veterans in the Veterans Health Administration
|| Hayes, Patricia
Building the National Consortium of the VA Women’s Health Research Network: Opportunities Moving Forward
|| Yano, Elizabeth
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