Daniel J. Oates
|M.D., Boston University School of Medicine, 2000
M.Sc., Boston University School of Public Health, Health Services Research
General field of research:
Affiliations other than medicine:
Medical Director, Multicultural Homecare
Geriatrics, Robinson 2
Geraitrics; Medical Education; Health Literacy; Readmissions
Summary of research interest:
I am interested in health literacy, particularly in! developing educational interventions for trainees and practicing providers in this area. Additionally I am interested in rehospitalizations ammongst vulnerable elders and clinical strategies that may be employed to reduce this.
Oates D, Norton L, Russell M, Chao S, Hardt E, Brett B, Kimball P, Levine S. 2009. Multisite Geriatrics Clerkship for Fourth Year Medical Students: A Successful Model for Teaching the AAMC Core Competencies. J Am Ger Soc; 57:1917-1924.
Oates D, Silliman R. 2009. Health Literacy: Improving Patient Understanding. Oncology; 23:376-379.
Oates, D. Paasche-Orlow, M. 2009. Health Literacy: Communication Strategies to Improve Patient Comprehension of Cardiovascular Health. Circulation; 119:1049-1051.
Brandeis G, Oates D. 2007. The Judeo-Christian Origins of the Nursing Home. J Am Med Dir Assoc; 8:279-283.
Oates D, Berlowitz D, Glickman M, Silliman R, Borzecki A. 2007. Blood Pressure and Survival in the Oldest Old. J Am Ger Soc; 55:383-388.