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Sue Kaplan

Research Associate Professor, Department of Population Health
Research Associate Professor, Department of Medicine

Director, Community Service Plan

Contact Info

Address
227 East 30th Street
New York, NY 10016

646-501-2635
Sue.Kaplan@nyumc.org


Testing the use of practice facilitation in a cluster randomized stepped-wedge design trial to improve adherence to cardiovascular disease prevention guidelines: HealthyHearts NYC
Shelley, Donna R; Ogedegbe, Gbenga; Anane, Sheila; Wu, Winfred Y; Goldfeld, Keith; Gold, Heather T; Kaplan, Sue; Berry, Carolyn. Testing the use of practice facilitation in a cluster randomized stepped-wedge design trial to improve adherence to cardiovascular disease prevention guidelines: HealthyHearts NYC. Implementation science : IS. 2016 Jul 04;11(1):88-88 (2178972)

"When you walk in the rain, you get wet": A Qualitative Study of Ghanaian Immigrants' Perspective on the Epidemiological Paradox
Kaplan, Sue A; Ahmed, Ramatu; Musah, Adam. "When you walk in the rain, you get wet": A Qualitative Study of Ghanaian Immigrants' Perspective on the Epidemiological Paradox. Journal of immigrant & minority health. 2015 Feb;17(1):255-262 (1448172)

Moving to patient reported collection of race and ethnicity data: implementation and impact in ten hospitals
Berry, Carolyn; Kaplan, Sue A; Mijanovich, Tod; Mayer, Andrea. Moving to patient reported collection of race and ethnicity data: implementation and impact in ten hospitals. International journal of health care quality assurance. 2014 ;27(4):271-283 (1930622)

The perception of stress and its impact on health in poor communities
Kaplan, Sue A; Madden, Vivienne Patricia; Mijanovich, Todor; Purcaro, Ellenrita. The perception of stress and its impact on health in poor communities. Journal of community health. 2013 Feb;38(1):142-149 (213232)

Symptomatic and urodynamic responses in patients with reduced or no seminal emission during silodosin treatment for LUTS and BPH
Roehrborn, C G; Kaplan, S A; Lepor, H; Volinn, W. Symptomatic and urodynamic responses in patients with reduced or no seminal emission during silodosin treatment for LUTS and BPH. Prostate cancer & prostatic diseases. 2011 Jun;14(2):143-148 (854162)