News and Events

  • New study: Analysis supports new recommendation to begin mammogram screening at 40

    New study: Analysis supports new recommendation to begin mammogram screening at 40

    KPWHRI part of multi-site research team.

  • Study finds bariatric surgery linked to substantially lower risk of blood clots long-term

    Study finds bariatric surgery linked to substantially lower risk of blood clots long-term

    Largest study to date helps patients weigh risks and benefits of surgery.

  • Predicting breast cancer risk after a high-risk benign lesion diagnosis

    Predicting breast cancer risk after a high-risk benign lesion diagnosis

    New study will develop risk models to improve clinical guidelines and practice.


Research

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Changing sitting habits shows meaningful impact

A new trial highlights a promising intervention to improve blood pressure in older adults.

2023 in review

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Top research highlights in 2023

From pain management to cervical cancer screening, these are the research stories that made headlines over the last year.

Healthy findings blog

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How Jennifer Bobb solves statistical problems to improve health care

Her expertise helps improve outcomes for people with substance use disorders.

News

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KPWHRI research highlighted at 2024 HCSRN conference

Our researchers presented on advanced analytics, social needs, and data standards at annual health research meeting.

Research

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A medication that can relieve symptoms of psychosis is underused

Study finds that many patients who might benefit from clozapine don’t receive it.

KPWHRI in the media

Reducing sitting improves blood pressure for older adults

Just 30 minutes less sitting time per day cuts seniors’ high blood pressure

U.S. News & World Report, March 28, 2024


For the Media

Are you a member of the news media interested in learning more about our research? We’re here to help. Please visit our For the Media page for more resources — and contact us.

Media contact

Amelia Apfel
Amelia.X.Apfel@kp.org
(425) 507-5455