Brown Bag Seminar | Studying Medications & COVID-19 Outcomes Using Electronic Health Data

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Sascha Dublin, MD, PhD
Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
University of Washington

Sascha Dublin, MD, PhD, is a Senior Scientific Investigator at Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute and an Affiliate Professor in the University of Washington Department of Epidemiology She is a general internist and epidemiologist who studies the health effects of prescription medications and other interventions using real-world health care data. Her past work has included studying the risks and benefits of medication use or other interventions during pregnancy and examining the risks of dementia, pneumonia, and falls associated with use of various medications in older adults. These studies take advantage of the rich clinical data available through electronic health records (EHRs). Dr. Dublin has a strong interest in epidemiologic methods, particularly finding ways to better measure important variables and to account for confounding. She currently sees patients one day a week in primary care at Kaiser Permanente Washington. Drawing on all of these experiences, she is currently leading a multisite study of COVID-19 outcomes utilizing on EHR data from 3 Kaiser Permanente regions.

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