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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

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 ;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. 2010 Dec 7;14(2):143-148 (854162)