Susan M. Frayne
United States of America
Susan M. Frayne is Professor in the Department of Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health at Stanford University, Research Associate, Center for Health Care Evaluation, VA Palo Alto (2002 - Present), Primary Care and Outcomes Research, Stanford University (2003 - Present), Faculty Member, Sierra-Pacific MIRECC, VA Palo Alto (2004 - Present), Associate Director for Development, Womens Hlth Center, VA Palo Alto (2004 - Present)
My work, recently sponsored by a VA HSR&D Advanced Research Career Development Award, examines the quality of primary care provided to patients with mental illness, particularly women with post-traumatic stress disorder secondary to sexual trauma. In a series of studies, my research program is first examining whether patients with mental illness receive lower quality medical care, then examining barriers that explain such disparities, and will then examine interventions and systems of care designed to optimize clinicians ability to deliver high-quality, integrated medical care to patients with comorbid medical and mental health conditions. Other areas of interest include health sequelae of trauma in women; health care delivery to women veterans.
Chang PY, Saechao FS, Lee J, Haskell SG, Frayne SM, et al. (2016) Prevalence and risk of fracture diagnoses in women across the adult life span: a national cross-sectional study. Osteoporosis international 27: 3177-3186
Sternke LM, Serpi T, Spiro A, Kimerling R, Kilbourne AM, et al. (2017) Assessment of a Revised Wartime Experiences Scale for Vietnam-Era Women: The Health of Vietnam-Era Women's Study (HealthViEWS). Women's health issues : official publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health