Vadim Dukhanin
Vadim Dukhanin

Vadim Dukhanin, MD

  • Research Associate

Departmental Affiliations

  • Health Policy and Management (Primary)

Contact Information

624 N. Broadway
Hampton House 643
Baltimore, Maryland 21205

P:  410-614-4021


MHS, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2015
MD, Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, 2006


Vadim Dukhanin, MD, MHS. Dr. Dukhanin is a Research Associate in the Department of Health Policy and Management of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with more than 8 years of experience in project management and more than 3 years of experience in research. He has been conducting over a dozen of systematic reviews, most recently with the Johns Hopkins Evidence-Based Practice Center. Dr. Dukhanin employs qualitative and quantitative research methods to analyze survey results, focus group and individual expert interviews producing recommendation reports and evaluation manuscripts. He has been successfully managing large multidisciplinary collaborative projects.

Honors and honors

CHSOR Directors Award, 2017

Diplomas Cum Laude, 2006, 2010

Research Interests

  • performance management
  • reward systems
  • organizational behavior
  • priority-setting
  • evidence-based practice
  • patient outcomes
  • quality of care
  • implementation science
  • patient and public involvement
  • policy evaluation
  • program evaluation


Most recent publications:

  • Dukhanin, V., Topazian, R. & DeCamp, M. Metrics and evaluation tools for patient engagement in healthcare organization- and system-level decision-making: a systematic review. International Journal of Health Policy and Management. 2018;x(x):1–15. doi:10.15171/ijhpm.2018.43
  • Dukhanin, V., Searle, A., Zwerling, A., Dowdy, D.W., Taylor, H.A., & Merritt, M.W. Integrating social justice concerns into economic evaluation for healthcare and public health: A systematic review. Social Science and Medicine. 2018;198;27-35.
  • Dukhanin, V., Edrees, H.H., Connors, C.A., Kang, E., Norvell, M., & Wu, A.W. Case: a second victim support program in pediatrics: successes and challenges to implementation. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 2018;41;54-59.