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The importance of second pediatric blood pressure screenings
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CT scan processing innovations may prevent broken bones
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Higher risks for high blood pressure among some racial/ethnic groups
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Opportunity for early-career scientists
 
Kaiser Permanente Southern California, UCLA, VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, and the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services have partnered to support and mentor postdoctoral scientists in patient-centered outcomes research through SPIRIT K12 (Stakeholder-Partnered Implementation Research and Innovation Translation).

This program, early in its inaugural year, aims to train the next generation of researchers embedded in learning health systems to bridge the gap between research and practice for improved patient outcomes and health care system performance.

Learn more or apply here.


Kaiser Permanente identifies financial conflicts of interest (FCOI) and other situations that may give rise to conflicts of interest, and addresses such situations to ensure research decisions made are in the best interests of KP, its research participants, patients, and members. Kaiser Permanente operates in accordance with federal regulations addressing research financial conflicts of interest through our Policy on FCOI in Research.