RN Sue Ruedebusch writes how a KPWHRI study changed her relationship with patients, her views on alcohol, and a certain veteran’s life.
Dr. Joe Glass adds a social worker’s perspective to the GHRI team working on innovative ways to approach drug and alcohol disorders.
Researchers in pharmaco-economics, implementation science, biostatistics, and alcohol and addiction treatment will join the faculty this summer.
KPWHRI researchers are partnering with leaders in Behavioral Health Support Services at Group Health to revolutionize care for unhealthy alcohol use.
“Let’s Rethink How We Drink” takes a fun, informative approach to learning about health effects of alcohol.
Here’s our list of top-ten research stories of 2014—plus links to the news reports they inspired.
The NIAAA recently awarded Group Health Research Institute $3.2 million over five years to study whether people with alcohol use disorders can reduce their unhealthy drinking through a collaborative-care intervention.
Our Seattle offices sit on the occupied land of the Duwamish and by the shared waters of the Coast Salish people, who have been here thousands of years and remain. Learn about practicing land acknowledgment.