The acclaimed author and scientist spoke about the biology of stress at Portland’s Newmark Theater on October 8.
At its annual Health Care of the Future event, the Portland Business Journal honored early-career researcher Stephanie Fitzpatrick with a “Health Care Five Under Forty” award.
Three experts in the field of Learning Health Systems—including Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research Director Lucy Savitz—propose a new strategy for bridging the gap between health research and clinical practice.
Kaiser Permanente Northwest covers a range of complementary services—and the Center for Health Research plays a key role in understanding how well they work, how cost-effective they are, and what patients and doctors are saying about them.
Analyzing vaccine safety and communicating the results are vital to supporting widespread public education on the matter. Enter the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD).
Carmit McMullen studies how background and culture influence personal health care decisions. It was a natural fit for this medical anthropologist who grew up in a multicultural home, moving between Israel and New York.
Adolescents who receive recommended vaccinations, including for human papillomavirus, have no increased risk of primary ovarian insufficiency, also known as premature menopause.
Researchers aim to improve powerful prediction tools that help clinicians identify patients at high risk for suicide.
Electronic health record-enabled tools, free screening tests and reminder letters help increase cancer screening rates in traditionally underserved patients.
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