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Suicide is a national public health issue that affects communities everywhere. That’s why Dept of Veterans Affairs has adopted a broad public health approach with an emphasis on comprehensive, community-based engagement.
"I survived cancer, but my spinal cord injury hit me the hardest." John Bacon, Vietnam Veteran explains. John attended the 22nd New England Winter Sports Clinic for Disabled Veterans and learned there are no limits.
The VA Nursing Academic Partnerships – Graduate Education (VANAP-GE) is a partnership between the University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences (UVM CNHS) and the White River Junction VA Medical Center.
Colorectal cancer screening study (VA CSP 577 CONFIRM) is the largest interventional trial to date after reaching its target enrollment of 50,000 Veterans. CONFIRM is the largest interventional study for the VA.
September is Suicide Prevention Month at the VA and across many organizations and communities.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is on a mission to end suicide among Veterans in communities across America.