Carol Weisman, PhD
Distinguished Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences
Division of Health Services and Behavioral Research
Distinguished Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Distinguished Professor, Health Policy and Administration
Dr. Carol Weisman is a sociologist and health services researcher focusing on women's health care and policy. She is particularly interested in factors at the individual and community levels affecting access to primary and preventive care, and to reproductive health care including family planning and abortion.
Recent research has addressed the impact of the Affordable Care Act on women's spending for contraception and use of prescription methods, including long-acting reversible contraceptives. Prior work has addressed organizational models for delivering comprehensive primary care for women, factors impacting women's use of cancer screening services, the measurement of qualify of primary care for women and the impact of women's health advocacy on health policy.
- Women's Health
- Delivery of Health Care
- Contraceptive Agents
- Primary Health Care
- Managed Care Programs
- Uterine Cervical Neoplasms