Advancing the Elimination of Health Disparities in Veterans Through Quality, Access, and Equity
Institutional Journey in Pursuit of Health Equity: Veterans Health Administration’s Office of Health Equity
The Struggle for Health Equity: The Sustained Effort by the VA Healthcare System
Social Determinants of Health Equity
Partnership, Research, and Leadership to Advance Health Equity and Eliminate Health Disparities
Race and Genomics in the Veterans Health Administration
Health Equity Research in the Veterans Health Administration: We’ve Come Far but Aren’t There Yet
Excellence and Equality in Health Care
Improving Trends in Gender Disparities in the Department of Veterans Affairs: 2008-2013
Access to Care for Transgender Veterans in the Veterans Health Administration: 2006-2013
Suicidality Among Veterans: Implications of Sexual Minority Status
Asian American and Pacific Islander Military Veterans in the United States: Health Service Use and Perceived Barriers to Mental Health Services
Providing Culturally Competent Services for American Indian and Alaska Native Veterans to Reduce Health Care Disparities
Impact of Race/Ethnicity and Gender on HCV Screening and Prevalence Among US Veterans in Department of Veterans Affairs Care
Racial Disparities in Cancer Care in the Veterans Affairs Health Care System and the Role of Site of Care
Battling Tobacco Use at Home: An Analysis of Smoke-Free Home Rules Among US Veterans From 2001 to 2011
Smoking Cessation Among African American and White Smokers in the Veterans Affairs Health Care System
Retaining Homeless Veterans in Outpatient Care: A Pilot Study of Mobile Phone Text Message Appointment Reminders
Suicidal Ideation and Mental Distress Among Adults With Military Service History: Results From 5 US States, 2010
Prevalence of Suicidality Among Hispanic and African American Veterans Following Surgery
Addressing Population Health and Health Inequalities: The Role of Fundamental Causes
Feasibility and Effectiveness of a Community-Based Smoking Cessation Intervention in a Racially Diverse, Urban Smoker Cohort