Large, multicenter study among first to quantify exposure to ionizing radiation during pregnancy.
In this short video, Dr. Sascha Dublin tells why KP is an ideal place to pursue her passion: Research to help vulnerable patients get the right drug treatment.
When our learning health system found that a new screen approach increased diagnoses without improving outcomes, we acted on it.
A KPWHRI study by Dr. Sascha Dublin uses data from pregnant women’s experiences to find out the risks and benefits of taking high blood pressure medicine.
In this Q and A, Dr. Sascha Dublin describes how research using real-world data can ease suffering and prevent harm during pregnancy.
JAMA study shows no raised risk for preterm birth or low birthweight in Vaccine Safety Datalink.
Why aren’t pregnant women getting flu vaccine?—Both mother and fetus are at increased risk for complications of flu infection during pregnancy. Prenatal care providers say they’re advising women to get the flu vaccine, but many pregnant women opt out.