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EPCC logoEPCC Research Impacts
VA HSR&D “Research Impacts” feature focuses on Center for Evaluating Patient-Centered Care's (EPCC) partnered evaluation work advancing the Whole Health System of Care across VA.
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CHOIR will be participating in Boston University School of Medicine Evans Student Scholars (EES) summer internship program. This training program is for medical students from under-represented groups.
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A new HSR&D “Research Impacts” piece features the work of Christine W. Hartmann, PhD, a Research Career Scientist at CHOIR. Dr. Hartmann co-directs a national center to improve nursing home care.
magnifying glassJournal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine
A Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine Special Issue highlights work from CHOIR investigators. This issue will help researchers, healthcare, and policy decision-makers understand the optimal uses of CIH.
Dr HartmannCareer Scientist Award
Christine W. Hartmann, PhD has received a Research Career Scientist Award. This designation is awarded to established investigators who have distinguished themselves through scientific achievements in VA.
Rani Elwy, PhDElwy Featured in VA Research Currents
Dr. Rani Elwy, a health psychologist and health services researcher at CHOIR, was featured in VA Research Currents for research on communicating large-scale adverse events and close partnership with VA operations.
logo for EmpiricEMPIRIC QUERI
CHOIR announces a new partnered evaluation initiative, the EMPIRIC QUERI. This initiative is working to improve VA’s electronic health record modernization process, led by Seppo Rinne, MD, PhD and George Sayre.

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