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Pre-Funded HSR&D Studies


Below are the projects that were selected for funding. These projects are currently going through the JIT compliance process and abstracts for these projects will become available on an individual basis as they receive funding.

NOTE: Abstracts for the pre-funded projects listed here will be available once they receive funding.

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Project No. 
CDA 21-209 Patient-centered Quality Measurement for Opioid Use Disorder Kelley, Alan Salt Lake City, UT
CDA 22-140 Veteran-Centered Transformation of Pulmonary Hypertension Organization into a Regional Model of Care in VA (TRANSPHORM-VA) Gillmeyer, Kari Boston, MA
IIR 21-005 Web-Based Provider Training for Concurrent Treatment of PTSD and Substance Use Disorders using Prolonged Exposure (COPEWeb) Back, Sudie Charleston, SC
IIR 21-040 Reducing Veterans' Risk of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease Through Pharmacogenomics Informed Statin Prescribing Voora, Deepak Durham, NC
IIR 21-177 Transition to Cardiac Rehabilitation (T2CR) to Address Barriers of Multimorbidity and Frailty Forman, Daniel Pittsburgh, PA
IIR 21-215 Developing a Blueprint to Implement Whole Health Clinical Care for Veterans with HIV Fix, Gemmae Bedford, MA
IIR 22-011 Improving Value through Comprehensive Episodes of Emergency Care for Veterans Kocher, Keith Ann Arbor, MI
IIR 22-013 Type I Hybrid Effectiveness-Implementation Trial of Primary Care Brief Mindfulness Training for Veterans Possemato, Kyle Syracuse, NY
IIR 22-033 Project OASIS: Optimizing Approaches to Select Implementation Strategies Rogal, Shari Pittsburgh, PA
IIR 22-048 Keeping the front door open: Preventing homelessness through the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans Montgomery, Ann Birmingham, AL
IIR 22-062 The Impact of a Transitional Pain Service on Reducing Chronic Opioid Use Among Veterans Using Community Care for Orthopedic Surgery Brooke, Benjamin Salt Lake City, UT
IIR 22-071 Testing the Effectiveness of NAFLD Clinical Care Pathway in VA Primary Care El-Serag, Hashem Houston, TX
IIR 22-081 Building a shared decision making implementation strategy for the emerging paradigm of precision cancer screening Clayman, Marla Bedford, MA
IIR 22-132 Implementation of Innovative Treatment for Moral Injury Syndrome: A Hybrid Type 2 Study Pyne, Jeffrey No. Little Rock, AR
IIR 22-141 Combining a Smartphone App with Medications to Manage Heavy Drinking Hawkins, Eric Seattle, WA
IIR 22-158 Improving Quality of End-of-Life Care for Veterans Receiving Hospice in Community Nursing Homes Wachterman, Melissa Boston, MA
IIR 22-201 Understanding perceived access and receipt of gender-affirming treatments among transgender Veterans Jasuja, Guneet Bedford, MA
IIR 22-204 Surveillance of Modifiable Social Determinants of Health for Prioritizing Wraparound Supports Yu, Hong Bedford, MA
IIR 22-217 Predictors and Processes of Early Buprenorphine Discontinuation Wyse, Jessica Portland, OR
IIR 22-221 Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches to Improve TBI Outcomes in Veterans Zeng, Qing Washington, DC
IIR 23-020 Harnessing Active Relationships within VA ICUs to Engage Surrogates and Care Teams (HARVEST) Valley, Thomas Ann Arbor, MI
PPO 22-161 Co-Design and Pilot testing of Peer-led Community Outreach to Improve Equity, Veteran-Centeredness and Uptake of Lung Cancer Screening Wiener, Renda Boston, MA
PPO 22-211 Mental Health Clinician / Chaplain Collaboration (MC3): A Pilot Study Pyne, Jeffrey No. Little Rock, AR
SDR 21-267 Virtual Hope Box Enhanced Facilitation in High-Risk Suicidal Veterans Bagge, Courtney Ann Arbor, MI
SDR 22-148 Incentivizing Lethal Means Safety Among Veterans at Risk for Suicide Khazanov, Gabriela Philadelphia, PA

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