VETERANS AFFAIRS & MILITARY MEDICINE

OUTLOOK

The Publication

Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Outlook covers the budgets, programs, and initiatives of the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Defense Health Program and the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy Medical Commands. The publication contains high-quality, medical industry journal editorial, written to the standard of peer-reviewed content but in a lavishly designed, glossy, soft cover magazine-style format, making for a noticeably unique, eye-catching presentation. We regularly interview the leaders of the major medical departments and programs within the DOD, VA and other affiliated entities.

Advertising in Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Outlook allows you to show how your product and/or service can help meet the challenges of our readers.

CURRENT EDITION

RECENT EDITIONS

 

379,000 VA Employees serve a U.S. Veteran Population of Nearly 20 Million

MILITARY & VA NURSES

National Nurses Week

 

Vietnam Women’s Memorial taken on March 8, 2009. Flickr Image by kalacaw.

Nursing specialties and roles across the DoD and the VA are as varied and technical as they come. From Registered Nurses, Advanced Practice RNs (APRN), Certified RN Anesthetists, Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses, Nurse Recruiters, Certified Nursing Assistants, and Clinical Nurse Leaders (CNLs) provide support, care, and advancements in treatment to our nation’s warrior and veterans. The locations and scenarios in which they provide care can range from warzones to research labs, onboard aircraft to your local outpatient care center. Nurses have served veterans, warfighters, and their families since the earliest days of the republic, and continue to serve today.

Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Outlook will look at the role of nurses, the technology, and training available to them and the challenges they face in delivering world-class care across a variety of settings.

 

FY 2019 Medical Care Budget Request is $79.1 Billion

THIS EDITION

Each year a week is set aside to celebrate National Nurses Week. It’s a way to honor the nursing profession and its members for their contributions to our nation’s healthcare. Nurses are celebrated at their workplaces, honored at special programs and events, and presented with awards for excellence.

As part of the 2019 National Nurses Week, Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Outlook will feature special editorial to highlight VA and military nurse professionals, and the outstanding work they do every day.

Spring Edition 2019
Military and VA Nursing
Continuing Educational Programs Post-licensure Education
Incentives, Scholarships, Grants VA Staffing Shortages
History of Military and VA Nursing
VA Office of Research and Development (ORD) VA Office of Research and Development (ORD)
Depression Depression
Substance-use Disorder Substance-use Disorder
Additional Features
The Unique Needs of Female Veterans and Service Members The Unique Needs of Female Veterans and Service Members
Combat Nutrition Vision care
RR&D Brain Rehabilitation Research Center Cancer
Interviews Interviews (TBD)
Fall Edition 2019 Fall Edition 2019
Prosthetics Disaster Response
Cardiac or Respiratory Care Prosthetics
And Other Features (TBD)

 

 

 

2019 VA Budget Request is $198.6 Billion

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Steve.Chidel@faircount.com