News and Events

  • What drives Karen Wernli to study breast cancer?

    What drives Karen Wernli to study breast cancer?

    This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Karen Wernli reflects on her cancer research, centered on patients and access.

  • Primary care improvement expert to lead MacColl Center

    Primary care improvement expert to lead MacColl Center

    New director brings deep expertise from innovative work with community health centers and national delivery systems and networks.

  • Diabetes is more common among minorities at lower weights

    Diabetes is more common among minorities at lower weights

    At normal weight, Pacific Islanders are 3 times likelier than whites to have diabetes, Kaiser Permanente research finds.


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Watch our new video, ‘Research for the rest of us’

Drs. Neely Williams and David Arterburn explain how important patient involvement is to the PCORnet Bariatric Study.

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Healthy Hearts Northwest improves small clinics' care

Study shows how supplemental support leads to better care, especially for blood pressure.

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Dr. Eric B. Larson

Dr. Eric Larson to deliver Birnbaum Lecture Nov. 13

‘The Affordability Imperative’ will discuss how to reduce disparities and promote value in health care systems.

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Mindfulness: Practicing what we preach (and study)

We don't just do research on mindfulness. We encourage our employees to practice it. Dr. Jennifer McClure explains.

 

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Fellows launch 6 projects to reduce medical overuse

A new program aims to reduce unnecessary care for vulnerable patients such as back pain imaging and opioid use.


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