News and Events

  • Dementia risk screening tool shows promise in health care setting

    Dementia risk screening tool shows promise in health care setting

    In a new study, a tool to help discover undiagnosed dementia performed well in 2 separate health systems.

  • New open data to help understand Alzheimer’s

    New open data to help understand Alzheimer’s

    Cell by cell, scientists are building a high-resolution map of brain changes in Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Updated results from COVID-19 vaccine booster trial

    Updated results from COVID-19 vaccine booster trial

    IDCRC study finds rapid decline in vaccine-boosted neutralizing antibodies against Omicron variant BA.5


Vaccine research

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COVID-19 vaccines safe for people who are pregnant

New study supports a growing body of data that shows the vaccines are safe during pregnancy.

Healthy findings blog

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Creating meaning in health care

Research by Marlaine Figueroa Gray, PhD, includes exploring the intersection of medicine and creativity.

Recruiting volunteers

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Researchers begin clinical trial to assess schistosomiasis vaccine

Participant in KPWHRI trial has first-ever injection of SchistoShield vaccination.

ACT Study news

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Healthy aging: New tool for research and collaboration

Adult Changes in Thought (ACT) Study launches a new website to advance our understanding of brain aging.

From research to practice

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Predicting and preventing missed clinic visits

Biostatistician Yates Coley reports on new predictive analytics work that’s decreasing missed visits at KP Washington.

KPWHRI In the Media

Kathy Bradley on implementing universal alcohol screening as part of routine care

NIAAA releases new materials to screen and treat alcohol use disorder as alcohol-related deaths spiked

GIST Healthcare, June 6, 2022


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