Holly Grason, MA
- Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
MA, University of Connecticut, 1976
My work centers on development of frameworks for describing and analyzing issues related to the roles, organization, and functions of public programs serving women and children. These frameworks address a range of issues, including governmental accountability, financing, quality of care, inter-relationships in a continuum of public-private sector services and activities at the community, state, and national levels. These frameworks provide the base for development of policy documents, measurement tools and educational materials designed for use by local, state and federal MCH programs.
Honors and Awards
Member, Delta Omega Honorary Society, Public Health Alpha Chapter
- Population and Family Health Sciences child health policy women's health policy CSHCN implementation of MCH programs child health women's health maternal and child health
Ruderman, M, Grason, H. "Public Health Workforce Development: Keeping Population Health Goals in Mind." Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 8(2). In Press.
Rojas-Smith, L, O'Campo, PJ, Grason, HA. "Welfare Reform and Women's Health: Challenges and Opportunities to Advance the Public Response to the Health Needs of Poor Women Through Monitoring and Collaboration." Health Policy and Administration, 20(102), In Press.
Minkovitz, CS, O'Campo, PJ, Chen, Y, Grason, HA. "Child Health Status and Patterns of Medical Care Use." Ambulatory Pediatrics. Accepted for Publication.
Weisman, CS, Grason, HA, Strobino, DS. "Quality Management in Public and Community Health: Examples from Women's Health" Quality Management in Health Care. Fall 2001 10(1), 54-64.
Handler, A., Grason, H., Ruderman, M., Issel, M., and Turnock, B. "Assessing Capacity and Measuring Performance in Maternal and Child Health." Under Revision for MCH Journal, December 2000.