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Research studies on COVID-19, mental health, and opioid addiction fueled growth in 2020.
annual report, 2020, grant and contract revenue
A study among Kaiser Permanente members with sleep problems and osteoarthritis shows promise for overcoming obstacles to treatment.
CBT, behavior change, pain management, arthritis, cognitive behavioral therapy, insomnia, telehealth
The technology’s potential benefits to detect breast cancer earlier are not equally shared among all women, researchers find.
social determinants of health, breast cancer, disparities, mammography, breast screening
A registry started by KPWHRI last year has sped up studies needed to protect the world against the novel coronavirus.
vaccine, pediatrics, COVID-19, Lisa Jackson, clinical trial
ACT studies find medications to treat high blood pressure may differ in their impact on dementia risk, writes Dr. Eric B. Larson.
hypertension, dementia, blood pressure, Alzheimer’s
KPWHRI researchers uncover the obstacles faced by smaller practices when integrating CVD risk calculators into primary care.
primary care, cardiovascular disease, CVD, Heart Month, CVD risk calculator
KPWHRI’s K12 scholar program is accepting letters of interest from early-career scientists to train in learning health systems research.
learning health system, CATALyST, early career scientists, LHS