Watch this recent chat with Permanente psychiatrist Asha Patton-Smith, MD, discussing the health effects of social media on adolescents.
Physician newsmakers commenting on current health care issues and how Permanente Medicine helps to address them.
Register to attend With the availability of COVID vaccines for children 5 and under, parents are wondering what vaccines they need to protect their children as they prepare for the new school year. Susanna Block, MD, joins a live PermanenteDocs…
How can physicians talk to parents about getting the COVID vaccine for children 5 and under as they prepare for a new school year? Watch this chat with Permanente pediatrician Susanna Block, MD.
The regional director for clinical trials for the Kaiser Permanente Department of Research and Evaluation in Southern California discusses how for some parents the convenience of fewer doses or whether the vaccines can be given with other immunizations may be deciding factors.
Permanente internal medicine physician Peter Barkett, MD, shares what influenced his decision to vaccinate his young son against the coronavirus.
A transition accelerated by a pandemic could permanently shift more care delivery to "patients’ turf."
Hung C. Tran, MD, shares his journey to becoming a physician leader and the challenges of treating children with cancer during a pandemic.
This year’s flu season arrives with the backdrop of a pandemic, prompting physicians and health officials to get creative in promoting flu shots and finding safe ways to deliver the vaccine, according to a recently published Washington Post story.
Permanente pediatricians Kate Land, MD, and John Dunn, MD, MPH, offer tips on how to talk to parents about the measles vaccine to protect their children.