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    Susan Chapman, RN, PhD, FAAN

    TitleProfessor
    SchoolUCSF School of Nursing
    DepartmentSocial Behavioral Sciences
    Address3333 Calif. St,Laurel Heights
    San Francisco CA 94118
    Phone415-502-4419
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      University of Iowa, Iowa City, IABSNNursing1972
      Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MAMSNMental Health Nursing1977
      Boston University, Boston, MAMPHPublic Health1980
      University of California, Berkeley, CAPhDHealth Services and Policy Analysis2000
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      National Institute of Mental Health - 1976National Institute of Mental Health Training Grant
      Pew Memorial Trust - 1983Fellowship in Health Policy Management
      University of California, Berkeley - 1996The Wellness Scholarship Grant for Doctoral Study
      American Cancer Society California Division - 1997Dissertation Grant
      American Academy of Nursing - 2012Selected as Fellow
      University of Technology Sydney - 2013Honorary Appointment: Professor

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      Susan A. Chapman, PhD, RN, FAAN is Professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, UCSF School of Nursing, and Faculty at the Center for Health Professions and the Institute for Health Policy Studies. She is Co-Director of the Masters and Doctoral programs in Health Policy at the School of Nursing. Her scholarly work focuses on health workforce research, health policy analysis, and program evaluation. Susan’s workforce research focuses on transforming models of primary care to address health reform, education and new roles for allied health workers, and meeting population demands for increased care in home and community based services. Over the past 14 years she has been PI, Co-PI, or Co-Investigator for 29 grants and contracts at the local, state, national, and global level. She served on a study committee for the Institute of Medicine on the health care workforce for an aging U.S. population and chaired an IOM workforce on the allied health professions. Susan received her B.S. from the University of Iowa, her M.S from Boston College, her M.P.H from Boston University, and her PhD in Health Services and Policy Analysis from UC Berkeley.


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      1. Park SH, Blegen MA, Spetz J, Chapman SA, De Groot HA. Comparison of Nurse Staffing Measurements in Staffing-Outcomes Research. Med Care. 2015 Jan; 53(1):e1-e8.
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      2. Serratt T, Meyer S, Chapman SA. Enforcement of Hospital Nurse Staffing Regulations Across the United States: Progress or Stalemate? Policy Polit Nurs Pract. 2014 May 6; 15(1-2):21-29.
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      3. Larson SA, Chapman SA. Patient-centered medical home model: do school-based health centers fit the model? Policy Polit Nurs Pract. 2013 Aug-Nov; 14(3-4):163-74.
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      4. Chapman SA. Learning together to practice together. Acad Med. 2013 Nov; 88(11):1612.
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      5. Park SH, Blegen MA, Spetz J, Chapman SA, De Groot H. Patient turnover and the relationship between nurse staffing and patient outcomes. Res Nurs Health. 2012 Jun; 35(3):277-88.
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      6. Chapman SA, Mulvihill L, Herrera C. Workload and time management in central cancer registries: baseline data and implication for registry staffing. J Registry Manag. 2012; 39(4):178-84.
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      7. Blau G, Chapman S, Boyer E, Flanagan R, Lam T, Monos C. Correlates of safety outcomes during patient ambulance transport: a partial test of the Haddon matrix. J Allied Health. 2012; 41(3):e69-72.
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      8. Blau G, Chapman S. Retrospectively exploring the importance of items in the decision to leave the emergency medical services (EMS) profession and their relationships to life satisfaction after leaving EMS and likelihood of returning to EMS. J Allied Health. 2011; 40(2):e29-32.
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      9. Blau G, Chapman S, Gibson G, Bentley MA. Exploring the importance of different items as reasons for leaving emergency medical services between fully compensated, partially compensated, and non-compensated/volunteer samples. J Allied Health. 2011; 40(3):e33-7.
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      10. Chapman SA, Wides CD, Spetz J. Payment regulations for advanced practice nurses: implications for primary care. Policy Polit Nurs Pract. 2010 May; 11(2):89-98.
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      11. Chapman SA, Spetz J, Seago JA, Kaiser J, Dower C, Herrera C. How have mandated nurse staffing ratios affected hospitals? Perspectives from California hospital leaders. J Healthc Manag. 2009 Sep-Oct; 54(5):321-33; discussion 334-5.
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      12. Chapman SA, Blau G, Pred RS, Lindler V. Testing for correlates of intent to leave one's job versus intent to leave one's occupation among cancer registrars. J Allied Health. 2009; 38(1):24-30.
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      13. Blau G, Chapman S, Pred RS, Lopez A. Can a four-dimensional model of occupational commitment help to explain intent to leave the emergency medical service occupation? J Allied Health. 2009; 38(3):177-86.
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      14. Spetz J, Rickles J, Chapman S, Ong PM. Job and industry turnover for registered and licensed vocational nurses. J Nurs Adm. 2008 Sep; 38(9):372-8.
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      15. Blau G, Portwood J, Chapman S, Doyle K, Holladay B, Freeman V. Exploring professional-related outcome differences between phlebotomy technicians, medical laboratory technicians, and medical technologists. J Allied Health. 2008; 37(2):e93-e108.
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      16. Blau G, Chapman S, Doyle K, Freeman V, Holladay B. Task scales performed and testing for scale differences among phlebotomy technicians, medical laboratory technicians, and medical technologists. J Allied Health. 2007; 36(3):150-6.
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      17. Spetz J, Dyer WT, Chapman S, Seago JA. Hospital demand for licensed practical nurses. West J Nurs Res. 2006 Oct; 28(6):726-39.
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      18. Seago JA, Spetz J, Chapman S, Dyer W. Can the use of LPNs alleviate the nursing shortage? Yes, the authors say, but the issues--involving recruitment, education, and scope of practice--are complex. Am J Nurs. 2006 Jul; 106(7):40-9; quiz 50.
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      19. Kaye HS, Chapman S, Newcomer RJ, Harrington C. The personal assistance workforce: trends in supply and demand. Health Aff (Millwood). 2006 Jul-Aug; 25(4):1113-20.
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      20. Chapman SA, McClory V, Ward-Cook K. Wage increases in the clinical laboratory: how are workers faring against inflation and in comparison to other health professions? Clin Leadersh Manag Rev. 2005 Jul-Aug; 19(4):E2.
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      21. Taché S, Chapman S. What a medical assistant can do for your practice. Fam Pract Manag. 2005 Apr; 12(4):51-4.
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      22. Chapman SE, Lindler V, Ward-Cook K. An assessment of critical issues facing the clinical laboratory workforce. Clin Leadersh Manag Rev. 2005 Jan-Feb; 19(1):E4.
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      23. Pickett KE, Abrams B, Schauffler HH, Savage J, Brandt P, Kalkbrenner A, Chapman SA. Coverage of tobacco dependence treatments for pregnant smokers in health maintenance organizations. Am J Public Health. 2001 Sep; 91(9):1393-4.
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      24. Schauffler HH, Chapman SA. Health promotion and managed care: surveys of California's health plans and population. Am J Prev Med. 1998 Apr; 14(3):161-7.
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      25. Gerbert B, Showstack JA, Chapman SA, Schroeder SA. The changing dynamics of graduate medical education. Implications for decision-making. West J Med. 1987 Mar; 146(3):368-73.
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      26. Myers LP, Chapman SA, McPhee SJ, Schroeder SA, Leong JK, Martin AR. Which hospital services are most overused? Results from a medical audit. West J Med. 1985 Sep; 143(3):397-8.
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      27. Schroeder SA, Myers LP, McPhee SJ, Showstack JA, Simborg DW, Chapman SA, Leong JK. The failure of physician education as a cost containment strategy. Report of a prospective controlled trial at a university hospital. JAMA. 1984 Jul 13; 252(2):225-30.
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      28. Schroeder SA, Gerbert B, Showstack JA, & Chapman SA. Reducing the size of medical school enrollment. Letter to the Editor. New England Journal of Medicine. 1984; 311.
      29. Myers LP, Schroeder SA, Chapman SA, Leong J. What's so special about special care? Inquiry. 1984; 21(2):113-27.
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