For Mental Health Awareness Month, we shine a spotlight on the KPWHRI scientists working to find patient-centered ways to improve the lives of people affected by depression, addiction, and other mental health conditions.
KPWHRI researchers stress the need to test how prediction models perform in all racial, ethnic groups.
Kayne Mettert reflects on lived experience — and his drive to reduce stigma around mental health disorders.
Psychologist and KPWHRI researcher Ben Balderson, PhD, shares how depression can change how you feel emotionally and physically, how you think, and what you do.
One-third of people classified as ‘highest risk’ may not develop Alzheimer’s disease, study suggests.
New research examines providers’ notes to understand patients’ cannabis use and health conditions.
A new federal rule requiring physicians to provide patients online access to their notes may be easier to follow than physicians expected, according to newly published findings.
KPWHRI’s MacColl Center remains a key partner as the safety net-focused initiative expands to 8 new states.
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