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Theme Three: Promoting and Maintaining Disease Self-Management

Improving Medication Adherence and Intensification

American Diabetes Association/Department of Veterans Affairs:  Problems Due to Medication Costs among People with Diabetes, 2/15/05 – 2/14/08.  John Piette (PI).

VA Health Services Research and Development Program: Depression Treatments and Suicide. 12/15/2005 – 11/30/2008. Marcia Valenstein (PI).

National Institute of Mental Health/NIH:  Antidepressants, Concurrent Treatments and Completed Suicide in VA Registry Data (5R01MH078698), 8/1/06 – 5/31/09.  Marcia Valenstein (PI), John Piette (Co-PI).

VA Health Services Research and Development Program:  Suicide Among Veterans:  Using the Depression Registry to Inform Care (IIR 04-211), 7/1/05 – 6/30/08.  Marcia Valenstein (PI), John Piette (Co-I).

VA Health Services Research and Development Program: Adherence and Intensification of Medications: A Population-Based Clinical Pharmacist Implementation Study Among Hypertensive Diabetes Patients, 7/1/07 - 6/30/10.  Michele Heisler (PI), Eve Kerr (Co-PI), Tim Hofer (Co-I), Sarah Krein (Co-I), Steve Bernstein (Co-I), John Piette (Co-I).

National Institute of Diabetes Digestive and Kidney Disease/NIH:  Improving Adherence and Intensification of Medications Among Diabetes Patients, 7/1/07 - 3/30/10.  Eve Kerr (PI), Michele Heisler (Co-PI), Tim Hofer (Co-I).

Promoting Physical Activity with Low-Cost Interventions

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Enhancing Adherence by Building E-Communities, 7/1/06 - 6/30/09.  Caroline Richardson (PI).

Department of Veterans Affairs Rehabilitation Research and Development Program:  Does Step-Count Feedback Enhance Counseling for Weight Loss? (D3358R), 1/1/05 – 12/31/07.  Caroline Richardson (PI), Julie Lowery (Co-PI).

Department of Health and Human Services/NIH: Motivational Feedback to Increase Walking Adherence (5K23HL075098), 09/30/04 - 08/31/09.  Caroline Richardson (PI).

VA Health Services Research and Development Program: Promoting Physical Activity with Low-Cost Interventions: Veterans Walk to Beat Back Pain (IIR 07-177), $899,300, 10/1/08 – 9/30/12.  Sarah Krein (Co-PI), Caroline Richardson (Co-PI).