Funding for Biomedical Research

Published in: JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association, v. 295, no. 9, Letters, Mar. 1, 2006, p. 1000-1001

Posted on on December 31, 2005

by Michael Seid, Elizabeth A. McGlynn

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The daily work of generalists and many specialists is heavily informed by and in instances based on findings of VA research. Veterans Affairs research offers unique possibilities because it is an intramural program connected to a large integrated health care system that uses a highly developed electronic medical record. It has the ability to translate research from the bench to clinical research to the bedside to health services and health systems.

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