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  1. Quinlan TAG, Roberts AW, Frank JW, Whittington MD. Health costs of women with chronic overlapping pain conditions by opioid and complementary and integrative health use. Health services research. 2021 Dec 1; 56(6):1233-1244.
  2. Bolton RE, Bokhour BG, Dvorin K, Wu J, Elwy AR, Charns M, Taylor SL. Garnering Support for Complementary and Integrative Health Implementation: A Qualitative Study of VA Healthcare Organization Leaders. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.). 2021 Mar 1; 27(S1):S81-S88.
  3. Farmer MM, McGowan M, Farmer MM, Yuan AH, McGowan M, Whitehead AM, Yuan AH, Osawe U, Whitehead AM, Osawe U, Taylor SL, Taylor SL. Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches Offered in the Veterans Health Administration: Results of a National Organizational Survey. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.). 2021 Mar 1; 27(S1):S124-S130.
  4. Zeliadt SB, Coggeshall S, Gelman H, Shin MH, Elwy AR, Bokhour BG, Taylor SL. Assessing the Relative Effectiveness of Combining Self-Care with Practitioner-Delivered Complementary and Integrative Health Therapies to Improve Pain in a Pragmatic Trial. Pain medicine (Malden, Mass.). 2020 Dec 12; 21(Suppl 2):S100-S109.
  5. Chang ET, Oberman RS, Cohen AN, Taylor SL, Gumm E, Mardian AS, Toy S, Revote A, Lewkowitz B, Yano EM. Increasing Access to Medications for Opioid Use Disorder and Complementary and Integrative Health Services in Primary Care. Journal of general internal medicine. 2020 Dec 1; 35(Suppl 3):918-926.
  6. Taylor SL, Gelman H, DeFaccio R, Hawrilenko M, McGinty N, Resnick A, Thomas E, Tomlanovich NC, Toyama J, Kligler B, Jents M, Whitehead A, Zeliadt S. Compendium on Use of Complementary and Integrative Health Therapies and Chiropractic Care at the VA. Use and Characteristics of Users, Fiscal Years 2017-2019. Washington, DC: Office of Patient Centered Care & Cultural Transformation (OPCC&CT) Office of Patient Care Services, Veterans Health Administration Department of Veterans Affairs; 2020 Oct 1. 1-36 p.
  7. Elwy AR, Taylor SL. Progress of Veterans Health Administration Complementary and Integrative Health Research Along the Quality Enhancement Research Initiative Implementation Roadmap. Medical care. 2020 Sep 1; 58 Suppl 2 9S:S75-S77.
  8. Elwy AR, Taylor SL, Zhao S, McGowan M, Plumb DN, Westleigh W, Gaj L, Yan GW, Bokhour BG. Participating in Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches Is Associated With Veterans' Patient-reported Outcomes Over Time. Medical care. 2020 Sep 1; 58 Suppl 2 9S:S125-S132.
  9. Haun JN, Alman AC, Melillo C, Standifer M, McMahon-Grenz J, Shin M, Lapcevic WA, Patel N, Elwy AR. Using Electronic Data Collection Platforms to Assess Complementary and Integrative Health Patient-Reported Outcomes: Feasibility Project. JMIR medical informatics. 2020 Jun 26; 8(6):e15609.
  10. Zeliadt SB, Coggeshall S, Thomas E, Gelman H, Taylor SL. The APPROACH trial: Assessing pain, patient-reported outcomes, and complementary and integrative health. Clinical trials (London, England). 2020 Aug 1; 17(4):351-359.
  11. Farmer Coste MM, Taylor SL, McGowan MG, Yuan A, Osawe U. The Provision of Complementary and Integrative Health Services in VA: Results from the National VA Survey of Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches 2017-2018. Washington, DC: VA Office of Patient Centered Care & Cultural Transformation (OPCC&CT), Integrative Health Coordinating Center; 2020 Jun 4. 63 p.
  12. Zeliadt SB. Department of Veteran Affairs VA Pilot Program on the Integration of Complementary and Integrative Health and Well-being Programs. In accordance with the requirements of section 933 of Public Law 114-198, enclosed is the 30-month progress report on implementation of Complementary and Integrative Health (CIH) and Whole Health at the 18 flagship sites after 2 years of the pilot program. The required cost analysis is also enclosed.. Washington, DC: Department of Veterans Affairs; 2020 Mar 31. 1-29 p.
  13. Sherman KJ. The Trials and Tribulations of Selecting Comparison Groups in Randomized Trials of Nonpharmacological Complementary and Integrative Health Interventions. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.). 2020 Jun 1; 26(6):449-455.
  14. Giannitrapani KF, Holliday JR, Miake-Lye IM, Hempel S, Taylor SL. Synthesizing the Strength of the Evidence of Complementary and Integrative Health Therapies for Pain. Pain medicine (Malden, Mass.). 2019 Sep 1; 20(9):1831-1840.
  15. Roth CP, Coulter ID, Kraus LS, Ryan GW, Jacob G, Marks JS, Hurwitz EL, Vernon H, Shekelle PG, Herman PM. Researching the Appropriateness of Care in the Complementary and Integrative Health Professions Part 5: Using Patient Records: Selection, Protection, and Abstraction. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics. 2019 Jun 27; 42(5):327-334.
  16. Herman PM, Yuan AH, Cefalu MS, Chu K, Zeng Q, Marshall N, Lorenz KA, Taylor SL. The use of complementary and integrative health approaches for chronic musculoskeletal pain in younger US Veterans: An economic evaluation. PLoS ONE. 2019 Jun 5; 14(6):e0217831.
  17. Taylor SL, Bolton R, Huynh A, Dvorin K, Elwy AR, Bokhour BG, Whitehead A, Kligler B. What Should Health Care Systems Consider When Implementing Complementary and Integrative Health: Lessons from Veterans Health Administration. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.). 2019 Mar 1; 25(S1):S52-S60.
  18. Bradley R, Booth-LaForce C, Hanes D, Scott C, Sherman KJ, Lin YS, Zwickey H. Design of a Multidisciplinary Training Program in Complementary and Integrative Health Clinical Research: Building Research Across Interdisciplinary Gaps. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.). 2019 May 1; 25(5):509-516.
  19. Han L, Goulet JL, Skanderson M, Bathulapalli H, Luther SL, Kerns RD, Brandt CA. Evaluation of Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches Among US Veterans with Musculoskeletal Pain Using Propensity Score Methods. Pain medicine (Malden, Mass.). 2019 Jan 1; 20(1):90-102.
  20. Evans EA, Taylor SL. Gender Disparities in the Use of Complementary and Integrative Health by U.S. Military Veterans with Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain. Spotlight on Women's Health [Cyberseminar]. VA HSR&D. 2018 Nov 29.
  21. Elwy R, Hoggatt KJ, Taylor SL. The Complementary and Integrative Health Evaluation Center (CIHEC) Study on Veterans' Preferences for and Use of CIH. Complementary and Integrative Health [Cyberseminar]. VA HSR&D. 2018 Nov 15.
  22. Evans EA, Herman PM, Washington DL, Lorenz KA, Yuan A, Upchurch DM, Marshall N, Hamilton AB, Taylor SL. Gender Differences in Use of Complementary and Integrative Health by U.S. Military Veterans with Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain. Women's health issues : official publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health. 2018 Sep 1; 28(5):379-386.
  23. Hecht MI. Research Briefs-3: Spotlight: Complementary and Integrative Health Research. 2018 Jul 23; 16(3).
  24. Taylor SL. Spotlight on Evidence-Based Practice (EBP): Complementary and Integrative Health Evaluation Center. HSR&D Monthly News Feature. 2018 Jul 1; July(2018): 1.
  25. Bolton RE, Fix GM, VanDeusen Lukas C, Elwy AR, Bokhour BG. Biopsychosocial benefits of movement-based complementary and integrative health therapies for patients with chronic conditions. Chronic Illness. 2020 Mar 1; 16(1):41-54.
  26. Ashrafioun L, Allen KD, Pigeon WR. Utilization of complementary and integrative health services and opioid therapy by patients receiving Veterans Health Administration pain care. Complementary therapies in medicine. 2018 Aug 1; 39:8-13.
  27. Taylor SL, Giannitrapani KF, Yuan A, Marshall N. What Patients and Providers Want to Know About Complementary and Integrative Health Therapies. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.). 2018 Jan 1; 24(1):85-89.
  28. Taylor SL, Herman P, Lorenz K. The Use of Complementary and Integrative Health in the OEF/OIF/OND Veteran Population. Spotlight on Pain Management [Cyberseminar]. HSR&D. 2017 Jan 10.
  29. Taylor SL, Bolton RE, Dvorin K, Elwy AR, Bokhour BG. Complementary and Integrative Health Implementation in the VA. Paper presented at: International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health; 2016 May 1; Las Vegas, NV.
  30. Taylor SL, Lorenz K. A VA Priority: Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches to Addressing Pain. VA HSR&D Forum. 2016 May 1; 2016(Spring): 6-8.
  31. Taylor SL, Bolton R, Huynh AK, Dvorin K. Implementing Complementary and Integrative Health in the VA. Poster session presented at: National Institutes of Health / AcademyHealth Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation; 2015 Dec 14; Washington, DC.
  32. Taylor SL, Bolton RE, Dvorin K, Elwy AR, Bokhour BG. Facilitators, Challenges and Strategies to Adopting and Implementing Complementary and Integrative Health Therapies (White Paper). 2015 Nov 1.
  33. Taylor SL, Bolton R, Huynh A, Dvorin K. Adoption and Implementation of Complementary and Integrative Health Therapies. Paper presented at: VA HSR&D / QUERI National Meeting; 2015 Jul 8; Philadelphia, PA.

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