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A study from KPWHRI and Kaiser Permanente Washington researchers found that a new approach to integrating alcohol-related care into primary care increased screening and brief preventive counseling for unhealthy alcohol use.
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Green’s commentary in Cancer discussed interventions for decreasing defensive information processing, which research shows to be an important factor affecting whether patients complete recommended colon cancer screening.
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In a new study in Obesity, led by KPWHRI researcher David Arterburn, MD, MPH, multidisciplinary teams identified and prioritized barriers to shared decision-making around bariatric surgery faced by 2 health systems to help guide implementation.
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