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Joining Forces

Creator:   Journal Staff
Created:   2/24/2012
Contains:  53 items
This broad collection, developed in partnership with the iCollaborative in support of the Joining Forces Initiative, features articles and reports, organized chronologically by topic, about military medicine and military medical education; about medicine and war; and about research and faculty issues at Veterans Affairs institutions. In addition, items in this collection address—both directly and indirectly—the needs of service men and women, veterans, and their families. Finally, this collection examines the intersection of health care and disasters, including recent items on terrorism, trauma, injury, disaster preparedness, and disaster response.

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AM Last Page: Caring for Women Veterans

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Job Characteristics and Job Satisfaction Among Physicians Involved With Research in the Veterans Health Administration

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Commentary: Building Human Capital: Discovery, Learning, and Professional Satisfaction

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The Vietnam War and Medical Research: Untold Legacy of the U.S. Doctor Draft and the NIH “Yellow Berets”

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Perspective: Physician Education: A Promising Strategy to Prevent Adolescent Suicide

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Effect of Financial Remuneration on Specialty Choice of Fourth-Year U.S. Medical Students

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The F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine Model: Tuition-Free Medical School in Exchange for Public Service

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Service Residencies: A New Approach to the Medical Education–Service Exchange

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Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine

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The Cost of Pursuing a Medical Career in the Military: A Tale of Five Specialties

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AM Last Page: Paths to National Service as a Military Physician

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Studying the Effects of ACGME Duty Hours Limits on Resident Satisfaction: Results From VA Learners' Perceptions Survey

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Measuring the Intensity of Resident Supervision in the Department of Veterans Affairs: The Resident Supervision Index

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Commentary

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Increasing the Ranks of Academic Researchers in Mental Health: A Multisite Approach to Postdoctoral Fellowship Training

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The Department of Veterans Affairs National Quality Scholars Fellowship Program: Experience From 10 Years of Training Quality Scholars

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An Academic Medical Center Under Prolonged Rocket Attack—Organizational, Medical, and Financial Considerations

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Factors Determining Medical Students’ and Residents’ Satisfaction During VA-Based Training: Findings from the VA Learners’ Perceptions Survey

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Emergency Preparedness: Addressing a Residency Training Gap

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The Road to Developing an Advanced Degree Program in Public Health Preparedness

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