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  • CATALyST adds scholar positions for learning health systems research

    CATALyST adds scholar positions for learning health systems research

    Admissions open for two new trainees as current scholars advance their projects.

  • $10 million grant to expand Mental Health Research Network

    $10 million grant to expand Mental Health Research Network

    The NIMH awarded a third round of funding, enabling the MHRN to conduct larger studies in integrated health systems on topics that matter most.

  • Research helps our newest clinics build the future—now

    Research helps our newest clinics build the future—now

    Katie Coleman tells how Kaiser Permanente Washington research supports innovation at new clinics in Ballard and South Lake Union.


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When does your child need antibiotics?

From Dr. Rita Mangione-Smith: Questions for parents to ask their pediatrician before deciding to give a child antibiotics.

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Dr. Eric B. Larson delivers the 2019 Birnbaum Lecture

Watch our video, ‘Strengthening primary care’

In a clip from the 2019 Birnbaum Lecture, Dr. Eric Larson highlights how to improve outcomes and affordability.

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Susan Shortreed with her son Simeon

How is biostatistician Susan Shortreed improving care?

A love of problem-solving, math, and health science drive Dr. Shortreed’s work for better mental health treatment.

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Top ten splashes from KPWHRI in 2019

Explore 10 ways that Kaiser Permanente Washington research has advanced health and health care this year.

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Mentorship awards go to Jane Anau and Dr. Jessica Chubak

The honor underscores the institute’s commitment to a work environment that fosters employees’ growth.

KPWHRI In the Media

Mailing home HPV tests may provide alternative to Pap screening

Self-testing for cervical cancer increases screening rates

HealthDay, Nov 8, 2019


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