The Veterans Affairs Department wants to take better care of its female patients, with help from USF center
from The Tampa Bay Times
Women may still be a minority among veterans in the U.S., but they're the fastest-growing segment of the veteran population. To better serve their needs, the Veterans Affairs Department has signed a five-year contract with the University of South Florida's Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation to offer a women's health mini residency program. The joint effort, announced Wednesday, aims to train VA-employed physicians and nurses on how to better address women's health care issues, said Dr. Christine Kolehmainen, director of education for Veteran Affairs Women's Health Services.
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