New work by Susan Shortreed, PhD, finds infection risks drive worse outcomes for some racial and ethnic groups.
Kaiser Permanente researchers stress need to test how prediction models perform in all racial, ethnic groups.
Many Kaiser Permanente studies look at the social side of health—and help to lessen related health disparities.
Regular doctor visits are important for controlling diabetes, but so is daily self-monitoring of diet, activity, and blood sugar. An effective way for people with diabetes to learn these everyday skills is the Diabetes Self-Management Program, developed and tested in Spanish and English at Stanford University.
Group Health, Kaiser Permanente researchers in JAMA Internal Medicine
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