May 2017

man-telescope-cliff-sunset-1col.jpgFeedback-informed care: Mapping a new course for depression treatment

With support from the Garfield Memorial Fund, Kaiser Permanente researchers are using big data to help customize and improve care for depression.

Immunity-Community_Jessica-Booth-blog-post_1col-2.jpgMom shares experience in Immunity Community

Jessica Booth tells what it’s like to serve as a parent advocate for childhood vaccination.


rose-byrne-oprah-henrietta-lacks-1col.jpgOprah shines light on Henrietta Lacks and the ethics of genetic research

Dr. Evette Ludman talks about Oprah’s HBO production of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and the ethical issues still alive in genetic research today.

Bike-Alex-Fleig-blog-post_1col.jpgBring a coworker on your bicycle commute. It'll all be downhill from there.

For National Bike month, Alex Fleig recalls his first ride to work. In spite of a hill and an emergency repair along the way, a bicycle commuter was born.

Mullaney2016c-1col.jpgNIH workshop will highlight real-world pragmatic trials

Kaiser Permanente Washington President Susan Mullaney is among health leaders discussing unique research opportunities in large integrated systems.

Eric-Larson-1209_-1col.jpgTalk less, do more: Let’s start a movement in health care

Ideas in the ‘Vital Directions’ report are sound, writes Dr. Eric B. Larson. But we need a movement to reach our destination of quality care for all.

sarah-greene-at-conference-1col.jpgHCSRN 2017: Turning know-how into hope for health care

Inspired by the Health Care Systems Research Network annual meeting, Sarah Greene reflects on why the group’s research is needed now more than ever.




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