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  • Surviving an FFP: COVID-19

    Surviving an FFP: COVID-19

    Dr. Jennifer McClure shares advice and resources for staying physically and emotionally well during the COVID-19 crisis, and beyond.

  • Ask an epidemiologist: Where to learn online about COVID-19

    Ask an epidemiologist: Where to learn online about COVID-19

    There’s much confusion about the new disease, but numbers don’t lie. The challenge is finding the right ones to follow.

  • 30 years of evaluations to improve community health

    30 years of evaluations to improve community health

    CCHE is devising new ways to find the interventions that most benefit community health and how best to measure them.

    Left: Members of the CCHE team gather in June 2019 at a Seattle Mariners game. 

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A woman stares at the sun.

How do you know when you are depressed?

Dr. Ben Balderson discusses the different ways that people can experience depression.


A pathologist, Dr. Reva Ricketts-Loriaux, looks through her microscope.

Why you should join Kaiser Permanente Research Bank

Watch and learn how all Washington members can be part of research that could improve health for millions.

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$10 million to expand Mental Health Research Network

NIMH funding will enable the MHRN to conduct larger studies in integrated health systems on topics that matter most.

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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.



CATALyST adds scholar positions for learning health systems research

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

KPWHRI in the Media

More operations follow gastric bypass than gastric sleeve

After obesity surgery, more patients returning for another

Associated Press, Feb. 28, 2020 (syndicated in Seattle Times, New York Times, US News & World Report, etc.)

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