Gregory Graham, PhD(c)

Instructor of Research Methodologies & Statistics
in the School of Nursing

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Curriculum vitae

Research Interests

  • Research methodology as applied to nursing research and the social sciences
  • Gerontology
  • Healthcare disparities
  • Developing a scale of quality of care in a long-term care setting
  • Quality of fit between a resident and the constellation of long-term care options
  • Public policy and the aged

Grant Research Participation

  • Case Western Reserve University Nursing In Cleveland Schools: A Partnership for Health. Prentiss Foundation Research Grant. RES116704. 5/25/10 – 5/31/15 PI: Marilyn Lotus. Role: Data Analyst
  • Standardized patient versus role play strategies: A comparative study measuring patient-centered care and safety in psychiatric mental health nursing. NLN, 2013 NLN Nursing Education Research Grant. PI: Celeste Alfes. Role: Data Analyst
  • Center of Excellence to Build the Science of Self-Management: A Systems Approach. NIH, National Institute for Nursing Research.  P30NRO10676  9/29/07-6/30/12. $2,233,967. PI: Shirley Moore. Role: Data Manager.

Educational Background:

  • BA, Communication, Cleveland State University, Winter 1988
  • MA, Sociology, Case Western Reserve University, Winter 2006
  • Doctoral Candidate. Dissertation Title: Racial Disparities in Hip and Knee Replacement Therapy as a Treatment for Osteoarthritis in the VA Health Care System of the United States: What is the effect on depressive symptomology? Proposal successfully defended October 2013.

Recent Publications

  • Dowling, D. A., Saverin, C.L., Graham, G. C. (2013). Writing for Publication: Perspectives of Graduate Nursing Students and Doctorally Prepared Faculty Journal of Nursing Education.
  • Dowling, D. A., Blatz, M., & Graham, G. (2012). Mothers experiences expressing breast milk for their preterminfants: Does NICU design matter?. Advances in Neonatal Care.
  • Lewin, L., and Graham, G., (2012) Interpersonal Violence: Secondary analysis of the Keep Your Children/Yourself Safe and Secure (KySS) data. Journal of Pediatric Health Care
  • Fitzpatrick, J. J., Campo, T. M., Graham, G., & Lavandero, R. (2010). Certification, empowerment, and intent to leave current position and the profession among critical care nurses. American Journal of Critical Care : An Official Publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, 19(3), 218-226. doi:10.4037/ajcc2010442

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