KPWHRI is recruiting volunteers for a clinical trial exploring the possible benefits of pairing different COVID-19 vaccines. Volunteers who are not yet vaccinated are particularly needed.
Kaiser Permanente Washington, University of Washington, and University of California-San Diego will lead an expanded ACT Program to better understand the aging brain.
This month we highlight KPWHRI’s research on aging and geriatrics. Learn how we're changing how people think about brain health, physical activity, and what it means to get older.
Dr. Sascha Dublin explains why taking unnecessary medications is dangerous, and how there are additional risks as we get older and our bodies change.
KPWHRI research partner Neely Williams shares her views on hesitancy in health research in the Black community.
New research suggests proximity to fast food and other aspects of built environments don’t affect weight, contrary to earlier findings.
In an Annals of Surgery study, Kaiser Permanente researchers and colleagues share findings that bariatric surgery is linked to lower death risk in persons with chronic kidney disease and obesity.
KPWHRI’s MacColl Center launches free online training to help clinicians identify and curb overused services in clinical practice.
A new brief spotlights health impact assessments as a process to improve planning for major developments.
Kaiser Permanente Washington is a proud supporter of Pride Month! Celebrating a community created from hope, strengthened by diversity, and united in pride.
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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.