News and Events

  • New report supports value of COVID-19 drugs

    New report supports value of COVID-19 drugs

    A team led by KPWHRI's Kai Yeung, PharmD, PhD, reviewed trial results for cost-effectiveness of 3 treatments

  • Healthy aging: New tool for research and collaboration

    Healthy aging: New tool for research and collaboration

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

  • Richards and Nelson earn research awards

    Richards and Nelson earn research awards

    Honors from the Health Care Systems Research Network for early career achievements and manuscript of the year

Pediatric research

A Physician Examining Her Patient

Improving child health and care with quality measures

KPWHRI Executive Director Rita Mangione-Smith, MD, MPH, talks about her research to advance pediatric care

Healthy Findings Blog

Dr and patient sitting

Building trust in primary care

Michael Parchman, MD, MPH, explores how relationship-building, “sense-making conversations,” and patience can build trust and promote high-value care.

SONNET study

Mother and daughter in kitchen by sink

Social risks: Do patients want health systems to help?

New research led by Leah Tuzzio, MPH, looks at patients’ unmet social risks and their desire for assistance.


illustration nurse and patient mammogram

Roundup of 3 recent studies on breast cancer screening

New research spotlights overdiagnosis, MRI before surgery, and a new way of predicting breast cancer risk

Expanded trial


Volunteers needed for COVID-19 booster trial

New arm of NIAID-sponsored mix-and-match trial will look at Novavax protein vaccine.

KPWHRI in the Media

Study led by Dr. Beverly Green finds home blood pressure monitoring is an excellent alternative for diagnosing hypertension

Your blood pressure reading is likely more accurate at home

VeryWell Health, March 16, 2022

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