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Researchers and staff from the new CHOIR Creatives Club are working with the center’s DEI Change Team to create an Identity-themed art exhibit to promote relationship building, inclusivity, and employee wellbeing.
New research from CHOIR has been covered by U.S. News and World Report. The research, published in JAMA Network Open, reports on Veteran intentions of being vaccinated for COVID-19 and attitudes regarding the vaccine.
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.
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.
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.
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.