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Adam Perzynski
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Dr. Adam Perzynski is a tenured Associate Professor of Medicine and Sociology in the Center for Health Care Research and Policy at MetroHealth and Case Western Reserve University. He is also the Founding Director of the Patient Centered Media Lab. His doctoral degree is in sociology and his current research interests include: novel strategies to eliminate health disparities, outcomes measurement over the life course and mixed methods research. His methodologic expertise spans the continuum from focus groups and ethnography to psychometrics and structural equation modeling. His publications span many disciplines and stand out against the backdrop of a career long effort to infuse the study of biomedical scientific problems with the knowledge, theories and methods of social science.



Reviewer Keywords
medical sociology quantitative and mixed methods research structural equation modeling health disparities and vulnerable populations gerontology research methods
Publications (2)

Recent article categories: Family/General Practice, Pediatrics, Public Health

My Professional Societies

Society for Medical Decision Making
Gerontological Society of America