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Rachel Hogg Graham, DrPH, MA
Office Location: 

Room 209F Wethington Building

900 South Limestone Street

Lexington, Kentucky 40536-0200

Office Phone Number: 
(859) 218-0565
Position Title: 
Assistant Professor

Dr. Rachel Hogg Graham joined the faculty of the University of Kentucky, College of Health Sciences, Department of Human Health Sciences as an assistant professor in July 2015. Her research focuses multi-sector health system organization and the integration of health care delivery systems with public health and other community organizations to improve population health. She is currently funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She has published several peer reviewed articles, most recently in Health Affairs.

Before joining the faculty of UK, Dr. Graham completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs. Graham earned her doctorate of public health (DrPH) in Health Services Management from the University of Kentucky College of Public Health and her MA in History, specializing in the history of health and medicine, from the UK College of Arts and Sciences and her undergraduate degree from Transylvania University.

Recent Publications:

Hogg, RA and Varda, D. Insights Into Collaborative Networks Of Nonprofit, Private, And Public Organizations That Address Complex Health Issues. Health Affairs, 2016. 35(11) 2014-2019.

Varda, D, VanRaemdonck, L, Tung, G, Hogg, RA, and Atherly, A. A Conceptual Framework for the Study of Hospital Interaction and Investment in Public Health Systems. Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research, 2016. 5(5): 44-49.

 Hogg, RA, Mays, GP, and Mamaril, CB. Hospital Contributions to the Delivery of Public Health Activities in U.S. Metropolitan Areas: National and Longitudinal Trends. American Journal of Public Health, 2015. 105 (8): 1646-1652.

 Mays, GP and Hogg, RA. Economic Shocks and Public Health Protections in US Metropolitan Areas. American Journal of Public Health, 2015. 105 (S2): S280-S287.

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