David Graber, PhD
Phone: (843) 792-9218
- BA, Psychological Services, University of San Francisco (1978)
- MPH, Health Administration, University of San Francisco (1981)
- PhD, Health Policy and Administration, University of North Carolina (1993)
Areas of Teaching
- Organization Theory and Behavior
- Health Behavior and Epidemiology
- Health Care Ethics
- Long-Term Care
- Buchanan, R., Choi, M., Wang, S., Ju, H., & Graber, D. Nursing Home Residents with Alzheimer's Disease in Special Care Units Compared to Other Residents with Alzheimer's Disease. Dementia: The International Journal of social work and Practice. 4;2, 2005, 249-268.
- Buchanan, R., Wang, S., Ju, H., & Graber, D. Analysis of Gender Differences in profiles of Nursing Home Residenta with Alzheimer's Disease. Gender Medicine. 1:1, 2004.
- Graber, D., & Mitcham, M. Compassionate Clinicians: Taking Patient Care Beyond the Ordinary. Holistic Nursing practice. 18:2, 2004, 87-94.
- Graber, D., Johnson, J., and Jones, W. Human and Ecosystem Health: The Environment-Agriculture Connection in Developing Countries. Journal of Agro-Medicine: Agromedicine - Selected Papers from the First Ten Years. 9:2, 2004, 131-146.
- Graber, D., and Mitchum, M. Caring and Communication. Advance for Nurses. 4;24, 2002, 27-28.
- Graber, D., & Jones, W. Health Care for Family Farmers and Women Involved in Farm Economics (WIFE). Journal of Agromedicine. 7:4, 2001, 29-38.
- Forti, E., Johnson, J.A., & Graber, D. Aging in America: Trends and Challenges for Health and Human Services Managers. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, Fall, 2001, 203-213 (published Winter, 2001-02).
- Graber, D., Nappi, J., Bellack, J, Lancaster, C., Musham, C. Curriculum Change in Pharmacy Education: Current Views. Pharmaceutical Education - Chinese Journal. (Fall) 3, 2001, 45-48.
- Buchanan, R., Wang, S., Huang, C., & Graber, D. Profiles of Nursing Home Residents with Multiple Sclerosis Using the Minimum Data Set. Multiple Sclerosis, 7, 2001, 189-200.
- Graber, D. & Johnson, J. Spirituality and Health Care Organizations. Journal of Healthcare Management, 46:1, 2001, 39-52.
- Health Economics Research Unit. Out of Home Placement program System Outcome Evaluation. Co-Investigator. $400,000. Subcontract funded by the South Carolina Medicaid Agency, through Carolina Medical Review, awarded August 2002. 8/01/02 - 12/31/03.
- Health Economics Research Unit. Budgetary Impact of Obesity and Smoking. South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. $133,000. 8/01/03 - 8/01/04. Co-Investigator.
- Spirituality in the Lives of Compassionate Clinicians Working in Hospitals. Principal
Investigator. $46,315. Fetzer Institute.
- Cognition and ADL Status of Individuals with Alzheimer's Disease Leaving the Community and Entering Nursing homes. Principal Investigator. $99,165. US Alzheimer's Association. 10/01/01 - 06/01/04.
- ADL Dependency and Cognitive Performance Among Elderly LTC Admissions in 6 Southeastern States. Principal Investigator. $43,486. South Carolina Research Initiative. January 1, 2001.
- Expansion Of A Care Management Model For Rural Minority Elders. Co-author of original proposal. $414,000. the Duke Endowment. March, 2001.
- Analysis of nursing Home Residents with Multiple Sclerosis. Coinvestigator. Principal Investigator, Dr. Robert Buchanan. $24,926. National Multiple Sclerosis Society. September 1, 1999.
- Rural Geriatric Care Management Program. Co-Principal Investigator. $456,198. South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. August 29, 1998.
- Curriculum Trends in Health Professions Education. Co-Principal investigator. $20,000. pew Health professions Commission. October 1, 1995.
- Indicators of Physical Restraint use in U.S. Nursing Homes. Principal Investigator, $2,296. MUSC College of Health Professions Research Seed Money. July 9, 1997.