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VISN4 CHERP Pilot Projects FY18

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One of the four new VISN4 CHERP Pilots will be led by Kevin Ahmaad Jenkins, PhD, with Co-Investigator Judith Long, MD at CHERP's Philadelphia site. This year-long study will focus on "An examination of psychosocial stress, race, and racism remains relatively unexplored within chronic kidney disease population."

By Carson Connor Clark
Tuesday, August 8, 2017

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John Blosnich

Experiences with HUDVASH services among male, female, and transgender Veterans

Lisa Callegari (Sonya Borrero Co-PI)

The MyPath Reproductive Planning Tool for Women Veterans: A Pilot Study

Kevin Ahmaad Jenkins

(Judith Long Co-PI)

An examination of psychosocial stress, race, and racism remains relatively unexplored within chronic kidney disease population

Tim Sowicz

 

Veterans’ Experiences of Participation in an Opioid Use Review Clinic

 

 

 

Four pilot research projects submitted by VISN 4 investigators have been recommended for funding from the Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP), a VA HSR&D Center of Innovation. These one-year projects focus on improving equity and/or quality in health and health care among Veterans. Awards are anticipated to begin in FY18, contingent upon availability of funding from VISN4.

 

Congratulations to:

  • John Blosnich, PhD, Experiences with HUD VASH services among male, female, and transgender Veterans
  • Lisa Callegari, MD, with CHERP Co-Investigator Sonya Borrero, MD, The MyPath Reproductive Planning Tool for Women Veterans
  • Kevin Ahmaad Jenkins, PhD, with CHERP Co-Investigator Judith Long, MD, An examination of psychosocial stress, race, and racism remains relatively unexplored within chronic kidney disease population
  • Tim Sowicz, PhD, MSN, Veterans’ Experiences of Participation in an Opioid Use Review Clinic

 

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