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Negin Hajizadeh

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

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212/263-4962
Negin.Hajizadeh@nyumc.org


Burden of Transitions After Invasive Mechanical Ventilation for U.S. Individuals with Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Opportunity to Prepare for Preference-Congruent End-of-Life Care?
Hajizadeh, Negin; Goldfeld, Keith. Burden of Transitions After Invasive Mechanical Ventilation for U.S. Individuals with Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Opportunity to Prepare for Preference-Congruent End-of-Life Care? [Letter]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2016 Feb;64(2):434-435 (2045392)

Understanding patients' and doctors' attitudes about shared decision making for advance care planning
Hajizadeh, Negin; Uhler, Lauren M; Perez Figueroa, Rafael E. Understanding patients' and doctors' attitudes about shared decision making for advance care planning. Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care & health policy. 2015 Dec;18(6):2054-2065 e110657 (1316282)

What happens to patients with COPD with long-term oxygen treatment who receive mechanical ventilation for COPD exacerbation? A 1-year retrospective follow-up study
Hajizadeh, Negin; Goldfeld, Keith; Crothers, Kristina. What happens to patients with COPD with long-term oxygen treatment who receive mechanical ventilation for COPD exacerbation? A 1-year retrospective follow-up study. Thorax. 2015 Mar;70(3):294-296 (995012)

InformedTogether: Usability Evaluation of a Web-Based Decision Aid to Facilitate Shared Advance Care Planning for Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Uhler, Lauren M; Perez Figueroa, Rafael E; Dickson, Mark; McCullagh, Lauren; Kushniruk, Andre; Monkman, Helen; Witteman, Holly O; Hajizadeh, Negin. InformedTogether: Usability Evaluation of a Web-Based Decision Aid to Facilitate Shared Advance Care Planning for Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. JMIR human factors. 2015 Feb 25;2(1):e2-e2 e2 (2383962)

What happens to advanced stage COPD patients who get intubated for COPD exacerbation? a one-year retrospective follow up study of medicare beneficiaries using CMS data
Hajizadeh, N; Goldfeld, K; Crothers, K A. What happens to advanced stage COPD patients who get intubated for COPD exacerbation? a one-year retrospective follow up study of medicare beneficiaries using CMS data [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine. 2014 ;189:- (1824312)