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Newsletter | South Central MIRECC

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Winter 2019, Volume 21, Issue 1 - In this Issue

Little Rock Site Update
Researchers Awarded ORH Funds for FY19
VISN 16 Providers Train in ACT
Research to Practice | Veteran Attitudes about Smartphone App Use for MH Care
Clinicians, Researchers & Staff Recognized with SC MIRECC Awards
Recent Publications
Pilot Study Research Program Applications Due April 1
Implementation, Design and Analysis Support Available for Affiliates

Recent Publications

  1. Ames D, Erickson Z, Youssef NA, Arnold I, Adamson S, Sones AC, Yin J, Haynes K, Volk F, Teng EJ, Oliver JP, & Koenig HG (2018). Moral injury, religiosity, and suicide risk in U.S. Veterans and Active Duty Military with PTSD symptoms. Military Medicine. Advance online publication
  2. Bovin MJ, Miller CJ, Koenig CJ, Lipschitz JM, Zamora KA, Wright PB, Pyne JM, & Burgess JF. Jr. (2018). Veterans’ experiences initiating VA-based mental health care. Psychological Services. Advance online publication.
  3. Cucciare MA, Han X, Timko C, Zaller N, Kennedy KM, & Booth BM (2018). Longitudinal associations between outpatient medical care use and substance use among rural stimulant users. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 44(2), 235-243.
  4. Finley EF, Mader M, Bollinger M, Haro EK, Garcia H, Huynh AK, Pugh JA, & Pugh MJV (2017). Characteristics associated with utilization of VA and non-VA care among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans with PTSD. Military Medicine, 182(11), e1892-e1903.
  5. Hundt NE, Renn BN, Sansgiry S, Petersen NJ, Stanley MA, Kauth MR, Naik AD, Kunik ME, & Cully JA (2018). Predictors of response to brief CBT in patients with cardiopulmonary conditions. Health Psychology, 37(9), 866-873.
  6. Kanwal F, Pyne JM, Tavakoli-Tabasi S, Nicholson S, Dieckgraefe B, Storay E, Goetz MB, Kramer JR, Smith D, Sansgiry S, Tansel A, Gifford AL, & Asch SM (2017). A randomized trial of off-site collaborative care for depression in chronic hepatitis C virus. Health Services Research. Advance online publication.
  7. Littman A, True G, Ashmore E, Wellens T, & Smith N (2018). How can we get Iraq- and Afghanistan-deployed US Veterans to participate in health-related research? Findings from a national focus group study. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 18(1), 88. FREE ACCESS
  8. Mignogna J, Martin LA, Harik J, Hundt NE, Kauth M, Naik AD, Sorocco K, Benzer J, & Cully JA (2018). “I had to somehow still be flexible:” Exploring adaptations during implementation of brief cognitive behavioral therapy in primary care. Implementation Science, 13(1), 76. FREE ACCESS
  9. Pyne JM, Rabalais A, & Sullivan S (2018). Mental health clinician and community clergy collaboration to address moral injury in Veterans and role of VA chaplain. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy,1-9.
  10. Thakur ER, Recober A, Turvey C, & Dindo L (2018). Benefits of an on-line migraine education video for patients with co-occurring migraine and depression. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 112, 47-52.

 

Last updated: January 23, 2019