Rachel Granovsky

Title(s)Research Analyst, Institute for Health & Aging
SchoolSchool of Nursing
Address490 Illinois Street
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    Princeton University , Princeton, NJBA2020School of Public and International Affairs; Global Health
    University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CAMS2022Global Health Sciences

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    Rachel Granovsky is a research analyst interested in global maternal and child health, health disparities, and patient and family-centered care. She received her MS in Global Health Sciences from UCSF and her BA in Public and International Affairs from Princeton University. Her interests exist at the nexus between applied research, policy, and clinical care. She will attend Tufts University School of Medicine (M2027), where she plans to focus on obstetrics and gynecology and family planning.
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    1. Analyzing fast and slow: Combining traditional and rapid qualitative analysis to meet multiple objectives of a complex transnational study. Front Sociol. 2023; 8:961202. Suchman L, Omoluabi E, Kramer J, Vallin J, Sedlander E, Gitome S, Wekesa P, Kwena Z, Granovsky R, Kayego A, Kaudha B, Atuyambe L, Amongin D, Alitubeera P, Tijani A, Okoli C, Jegede A, Kamanga M, Nyando M, Ndunyu L, Holt K, ICAN Research Consortium. PMID: 36818663; PMCID: PMC9931144.
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    2. Adapting and Validating the G-NORM (Gender Norms Scale) in Nepal: An Examination of How Gender Norms Are Associated with Agency and Reproductive Health Outcomes. Stud Fam Plann. 2023 Jan 30. Sedlander E, Dahal M, Bingenheimer JB, Puri MC, Rimal RN, Granovsky R, Diamond-Smith NG. PMID: 36715570.
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    3. Predicting a Need for Financial Assistance in Emergency Department Care. Healthcare (Basel). 2021 May 10; 9(5). Davis S, Nourazari S, Granovsky R, Fard N. PMID: 34068467; PMCID: PMC8150762.
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    4. Decreased hospital admissions through emergency departments during the COVID-19 pandemic. Am J Emerg Med. 2021 Apr; 42:203-210. Nourazari S, Davis SR, Granovsky R, Austin R, Straff DJ, Joseph JW, Sanchez LD. PMID: 33279331; PMCID: PMC7676321.
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