Susan Chapman, RN, PhD
For the past 12 years, my program of research has focused on health workforce policy including nursing, allied health, behavioral health, and entry-level occupations. Using mixed methods approaches, I study supply and demand for health care labor, health care education and career development, workforce diversity, and regulation. My recent work is focused on new and shifting roles for health care workers in new models of care.
- Health Care Economics & Policy
- Communication & Policy Leadership
- Research Utilization in Health Policy
- Academy Health
- American Public Health Association
- Commissioner National Certification, Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- National Direct Care Alliance Advisory Committee
- IOM Committee on the Future Health Care Workforce for Older Americans
- IOM Workshop on Allied Health Workforce and Services
- California Hospital Association Allied Health Workforce Advisory Committee
|1983-85||Fellowship in Health Policy Management, Pew Memorial Trust|
- Bates T, Chapman S, Dower C. (2010). Men of color in California's health professions education programs. San Francisco: UCSF Center for the Health Professions.
- Chapman S, Chan M, Bates T. (2010). Medical assistants in community clinics: Perspectives on innovation in role development. San Francisco: UCSF Center for the Health Professions.
- Chapman SA, Wides CD, Spetz J. (2010). Payment regulations for advanced practice nurses: Implications for primary care. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 11(2), 89-98. PMID: 20834022
- Chapman SA, Spetz J, Seago JA, Kaiser J, Dower C, Herrera C. (2009). How have mandated nurse staffing ratios affected hospitals? Perspectives from California hospital leaders. Journal of Healthcare Management, 54(5), 321-333. PMID: 19831117
- Chapman SA, Blau G, Pred R, Lopez A. (2009). Correlates of intent to leave job and profession for Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics. Career Development International, 14(5), 487-503.