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    Kimberly Jinnett, PhD

    TitleAffiliated Faculty
    SchoolUCSF School of Nursing
    DepartmentInstitute for Health Aging
    Address3333 Calif. St,Laurel Heights
    San Francisco CA 94118
    Phone415-502-5200
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      University of MichiganPhDPublic Health & Sociology1997
      University of California,Los AngelesMSPHHealth Planning & Policy Analysis1990

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      Dr. Jinnett is currently affiliate faculty at UCSF in the Institute for Health and Aging, School of Nursing. She is also Executive Vice President at the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI) and Research Director at The Center for Workforce Health and Performance (CWHP). IBI is a membership association of leading employers, corporations and institutions focused on employee health and productivity. CHWP is an independent and objective source for scientific reports and educational resources on a healthy and high performing workforce. By developing knowledge around workforce health and performance improvement and disseminating it widely through scientific and educational forums, CWHP contributes to the adoption of evidence-based policies and practices that support a healthier, happier and high-performing workforce, a healthier economy and, in turn, healthier and more productive communities.

      Dr. Jinnett's main research interests center on connecting organizational policies and practices with individual health-related outcomes. Much of her current research work demonstrates the effects of work climate, treatment and symptoms (e.g., pain, fatigue, sleeping problems, psychological distress) on assessments of work stress, work attendance, job performance and other functional outcomes.

      In her continuing research and through prior research at RAND and the Department of Veterans Affairs she has focused on a variety of organizational areas including staff satisfaction, turnover, treatment team functioning, leadership and staff morale. In addition to studying how managers can be more effective, she has served in senior management and strategic planning positions in a variety of organizational settings including non-profit, county and federal agencies.

      Dr. Jinnett received a doctorate in public health and sociology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and her master's of science in public health at UCLA.


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      1. Frey JJ, Osteen PJ, Berglund PA, Jinnett K, Ko J. Predicting the impact of chronic health conditions on workplace productivity and accidents: results from two US Department of Energy national laboratories. J Occup Environ Med. 2015 Apr; 57(4):436-44. PMID: 25654634.
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      2. Newman LS, Stinson KE, Metcalf D, Fang H, Brockbank Cv, Jinnett K, Reynolds S, Trotter M, Witter R, Tenney L, Atherly A, Goetzel RZ. Implementation of a worksite wellness program targeting small businesses: the Pinnacol Assurance health risk management study. J Occup Environ Med. 2015 Jan; 57(1):14-21. PMID: 25563536; PMCID: PMC4274320.
      3. Gifford B, Jinnett K. Employees' work responses to episodes of illness: evidence from the American time use survey. J Occup Environ Med. 2014 Feb; 56(2):224-9. PMID: 24504249.
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      4. Loeppke R, Haufle V, Jinnett K, Parry T, Zhu J, Hymel P, Konicki D. Medication adherence, comorbidities, and health risk impacts on workforce absence and job performance. J Occup Environ Med. 2011 Jun; 53(6):595-604. PMID: 21654428.
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      5. Loeppke R, Taitel M, Haufle V, Parry T, Kessler RC, Jinnett K. Health and productivity as a business strategy: a multiemployer study. J Occup Environ Med. 2009 Apr; 51(4):411-28. PMID: 19339899.
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      6. Wells R, Jinnett K, Alexander J, Lichtenstein R, Liu D, Zazzali JL. Team leadership and patient outcomes in US psychiatric treatment settings. Soc Sci Med. 2006 Apr; 62(8):1840-52. PMID: 16214281.
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      7. Alexander JA, Lichtenstein R, Jinnett K, Wells R, Zazzali J, Liu D. Cross-functional team processes and patient functional improvement. Health Serv Res. 2005 Oct; 40(5 Pt 1):1335-55. PMID: 16174137; PMCID: PMC1361204.
      8. Sullivan G, Jinnett KJ, Mukherjee S, Henderson KL. How mental health providers spend their time: a survey of 10 Veterans Health Administration mental health services. J Ment Health Policy Econ. 2003 Jun; 6(2):89-97. PMID: 14578541.
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      9. Bird CE, Jinnett KJ, Burnam MA, Koegel P, Sullivan G, Wenzel SL, Ridgely MS, Morton SC, Miu A. Predictors of contact with public service sectors among homeless adults with and without alcohol and other drug disorders. J Stud Alcohol. 2002 Nov; 63(6):716-25. PMID: 12529072.
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      10. Orlando M, Ellickson PL, Jinnett K. The temporal relationship between emotional distress and cigarette smoking during adolescence and young adulthood. J Consult Clin Psychol. 2001 Dec; 69(6):959-70. PMID: 11777123.
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      11. Wenzel SL, Audrey Burnam M, Koegel P, Morton SC, Miu A, Jinnett KJ, Greer Sullivan J. Access to inpatient or residential substance abuse treatment among homeless adults with alcohol or other drug use disorders. Med Care. 2001 Nov; 39(11):1158-69. PMID: 11606870.
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      12. Jinnett K, Alexander JA, Ullman E. Case management and quality of life: assessing treatment and outcomes for clients with chronic and persistent mental illness. Health Serv Res. 2001 Apr; 36(1 Pt 1):61-90. PMID: 11324744; PMCID: PMC1089216.
      13. Alexander JA, Bloom JR, Zazzali JL, Jinnett K. Organizational determinants of psychosocial treatment activity of providers in Va mental health facilities. J Ment Health Policy Econ. 1999 Dec 1; 2(4):153-162. PMID: 11967426.
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      14. Alexander JA, Lichtenstein R, Jinnett K, D'Aunno TA, Ullman E. The effects of treatment team diversity and size on assessments of team functioning. Hosp Health Serv Adm. 1996; 41(1):37-53. PMID: 10154621.
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