Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Outlook Spring 2018

This issue of Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Outlook magazine highlights some of the dynamic, ground-breaking, and life-saving work conducted by members of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the military community.

In an exclusive interview with Rep. Tim Walz, D-Minn., he discusses his views on veterans and legislation, the challenges the VA faces today, and more. VA Chief Veterans Experience Officer Lynda C. Davis, Ph.D., talks about the Veterans Experience Office and its role as the “Customer Experience Office.”

Traumatic brain injury is featured in an article titled, “Research Update on the Silent Epidemic,” with other editorial on pain management and opioids, community living centers, drug-resistant microorganisms, and robotic surgery. Issues of patient safety and dental readiness are discussed, along with other topics.

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