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Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute conducts practical research that helps people around the world stay healthy—ghricomm@ghc.org
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KP WA Research 1h
You're invited! Paige Wartko of discusses her research on effects of on . Outcomes measured include amount of gestational weight gain, gestational diabetes risk & infants’ birthweight. May 28 seminar details at
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Kaiser Permanente Research NorCal 24h
New study by Ai Kubo, et al., in links mother’s weight to early in daughters. Read more:
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KP WA Research May 23
Mark your calendar! May 28 scientific seminar in Seattle on use during . Some 7-8% of women take them. Paige Wartko PhD discusses new research conducted at on their effects. Info at
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VA HSR&D May 22
If you're attending 's ARM, you'll need your VA sessions guide at the ready!! VA HSR&D will be there in full-force starting w/Saturday's methods workshop at 1PM!
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CORA at UW May 22
Why is it that 99% of veterans in the MOVE! program never receive medicine for obesity? and explore possible reasons.
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Howard Liu May 22
New survey shows good news on stigma & . 87% say it is nothing to be ashamed of. But concerns remain: 1. Dating - 1/2 would not date someone with a MH disorder 2. Suicide - 2/3 consider it selfish 3. Young adults - have the most stigma
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KP WA Research May 22
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KP WA Research May 22
What do we know about effects on ? New research from Paige Wartko of to be discussed at a May 28 scientific seminar in Seattle. You are welcome to come. Details available here:
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Ranak Trivedi May 21
All of this! I read LOR for our fellowships and it is amazing how men are always the "brilliant" ones! Oh you don't do this? Check check double check.
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PermanenteDoctors May 21
In the backdrop of a national opioid epidemic, is leading the way with their approach to responsibly prescribing benzodiazepines. WPMG's Ryan Caldeiro, MD, shares his insights on these guidelines.
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Julie Popper May 21
Did you know that queer women are far less likely to be up-to-date on life-saving cancer screenings? 's Dr. Colin Fields talks about it in this week's
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ADAI UW May 21
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Mark Headley Lab May 21
Deadline is getting close. If you are, or know, grad students interested in science at the Fred Hutch this is a fantastic opportunity!
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Kaiser Permanente Research May 20
We are clinical trials researchers! And we invite you to learn more about what we do:
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Bechara Choucair May 20
In light of limited federal funding, highlights innovative approaches for accelerating much-needed research to . I'm proud of ’s work with to invest in critical research to improve health outcomes.
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KP WA Research May 21
A story describes as on the forefront of setting new prescription practices for , Ryan Caldeiro, MD, assistant medical director for addiction medicine at Washington Permanente Medical Group, is quoted.
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The American Journal of Psychiatry May 21
New study finds clinically relevant, favorable improvement in symptoms of with nasal spray in combination with new antidepressant |
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The American Journal of Psychiatry May 21
Replying to @AmJPsychiatry
“Do we have a real sense of how long and how often to prescribe intranasal ? It’s not entirely clear.”
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Kaiser Permanente Community Health May 21
Only 32% of users are receiving treatment, according to . How can we better address this crisis to improve health outcomes for all?
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