Dr. Gregory Simon describes how telehealth, prompted by the COVID-19 crisis, enables a fundamental shift from passive response to active outreach.
New findings show that ’acceptance and commitment therapy’ can be a viable approach to quitting smoking.
Kaiser Permanente researchers Drs. Daniel Cherkin, Karen Sherman, and Andrew Avins produced much of evidence in ICER report
Being in the hospital is stressful. A new KPWHRI study will see if visits from therapy dogs make the experience easier for pediatric cancer patients.
People struggling for survival don’t need research that pits antidepressants against psychotherapy, writes Dr. Greg Simon. They just need to get care that works for them.
JAMA publishes research by Kaiser Permanente researchers, comparing mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and usual care for back pain.
A study to help kids with cancer get time with pets begins field work, with encouragement from a GHRI interest group.