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Na'amah Razon, MD, PhD

Title(s)Clinical Fellow, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Stanford University BSc, BABiological Science and Cultural and Social Anthropology
    University of California, Berkeley & San FranciscoPhDMedical Anthropology
    University of California, San FranciscoMDMedicine
    University of California San FranciscoResidencyFamily and Community Medicine
    University of California, San FranciscoFellowshipHealth Policy

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    Dr. Na'amah Razon is a medical anthropologist and family physician studying health policy to advance health equity. Her work has focused on the implementation of national health care in Israel and its intersection with minority communities. Her current work examines the ethics and complexity of integrating social determinants of health into clinical practice.

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    1. Bernstein A., Razon N.. Anthropological Perspectives to Health Policy. Human Organization. 2019; 1(78):75-84.
    2. Razon, N.Seeing and unseeing like a state: house demolitions, healthcare, and the politics of invisibility in southern Israel . Anthropological Quarterly. 2017; 1(90):55-82.
    3. Razon N. Entangled Bodies: Jews, Bedouins, and the Making of the Secular Israeli. Med Anthropol. 2016 May-Jun; 35(3):291-304. PMID: 26786292.
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    4. Razon, N.Learned blindness: transforming Bedouins into standardized patients. Examining health and politics in southern Israel. 2015; (2):269-280.
    5. Ross K, Razon N.. Interrogating boundaries and acknowledging fluidity: shifting identity markers in Palestine/Israel. Journal of Borderlands Studies. 2015; 2(30):247-262.
    6. Razon, N, Ross, K.Negotiating fluid identities: Alliance-building in qualitative interviews. Qualitative Inquiry. 2012; 6(18):494-503.