The Year in Veterans Affairs and Military Medicine: 2015-2016
A must-read for veterans, military personnel, their families and friends, and anyone providing care to active duty personnel and veterans! The latest edition will include interviews with :
- VA Secretary Robert A. McDonald
- VA Under Secretary for Health David J. Shulkin
- VHA Chief Nursing Officer Donna Gage
The Year in Veterans Affairs and Military Medicine covers the budgets, programs, and initiatives of the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Defense Health Program and the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy Medical Commands. The publication contains high-quality, medical industry journal editorial, written to the standard of peer-reviewed content but in a lavishly designed, glossy, soft cover magazine-style format, making for a noticeably unique, eye-catching presentation. We regularly interview the leaders of the major medical departments and programs within the DOD, VA and other affiliated entities.
We are excited to announce the participation, in the current edition, of Dr. Timothy O’Leary, Chief Research and Development Officer, Veterans Health Administration (VHA), as well as a special section on the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Office of Research, an article written by the VHA Office of Quality, Safety, and Value about what is being done to ensure that veterans are provided the right care at the right time in the right setting for the right reason, as well as advances that are taking place in face and hand transplants, and much more.
Special Section: VA Research; interview with Dr. Timothy O’Leary; Feature articles covering the Office of Quality, Safety & Value; Prosthetic Progress; Anti-Virals and Antibiotics; Outbreaks and Infection Control; Paralyzed Veterans of America; PTSD Progress; Military Exposures; New Hope for Spinal Cord Injuries; 3-D Printed Tissues and Body Parts; Medical Simulation; Veterans Health Benefits Update; Military Mental Health.