Na'amah Razon

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Stanford UniversityBA2004Cultural and Social Anthropology
    Stanford UniversityBSc2004Biological Sciences
    University of California, Berkeley & San FranciscoPhD2013Medical Anthropology
    University of California, San FranciscoMD2016Medicine
    University of California, San Fransisco2019Family and Community Medicine
    University of California, San Francisco2021Health Policy
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    University of California, Davis2022  - 2024Clinical and Translational Science Center (KL2)
    Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy, UCSF2019  - 2021AHRQ T32 Fellowship
    American Osler Society2015  - 2016William B. Bean Student Research Award
    Wenner Gren Foundation2015  - 2016Engaged Anthropology Award
    University of California, San Francisco2012  - 2013Fletcher-Jones Fellowship
    Wenner Gren Foundation2011  - 2012Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant
    UC Berkeley Center for Greater Good2010  - 2011Hornaday Graduate Fellowship
    US Department of Education2009Foreign Language and Area Studies
    2004  - 2005Haas Koshland Memorial Fund
    Stanford University2004Phi Beta Kappa

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    Dr. Na'amah Razon combines training in family medicine and anthropology. She brings extensive expertise in qualitative research of health policy with the goal of advancing health equity. A growing science of social determinants of health demonstrates that most of health and illness occur because of individuals’ social and economic contexts. Yet how to best address the complexity of these contexts within healthcare remains largely unanswered. Dr. Razon’s research focuses on improving clinical resources and evaluation of policies that address patients’ social contexts. She has studied an array of topics including universal health insurance, language access, transportation services, and reproductive health.

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    1. Social Care Recommendations in National Diabetes Treatment Guidelines. Curr Diab Rep. 2022 10; 22(10):481-491. Aceves B, Gunn R, Pisciotta M, Razon N, Cottrell E, Hessler D, Gold R, Gottlieb LM. PMID: 36040537; PMCID: PMC9424801.
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    2. Adjusting for Patient Economic/Access Issues in a Hypertension Quality Measure. Am J Prev Med. 2022 11; 63(5):734-742. Donovan J, Cottrell EK, Hoopes M, Razon N, Razon N, Gold R, Pisciotta M, Gottlieb LM. PMID: 35871119; PMCID: PMC9588698.
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    3. Family Physicians' Barriers and Facilitators in Incorporating Medication Abortion. J Am Board Fam Med. 2022 May-Jun; 35(3):579-587. Razon N, Razon N, Wulf S, Perez C, McNeil S, Maldonado L, Fields AB, Holt K, Fox E, Silverstein I, Dehlendorf C. PMID: 35641055.
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    4. "More than just giving them a piece of paper": Interviews with Primary Care on Social Needs Referrals to Community-Based Organizations. J Gen Intern Med. 2022 12; 37(16):4160-4167. Beidler LB, Razon N, Razon N, Lang H, Fraze TK. PMID: 35426010; PMCID: PMC9708990.
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    5. Content Analysis of Transportation Screening Questions in Social Risk Assessment Tools: Are We Capturing Transportation Insecurity? J Am Board Fam Med. 2022 Mar-Apr; 35(2):400-405. Razon N, Razon N, Gottlieb L. PMID: 35379729.
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    6. Exploring the impact of mifepristone's risk evaluation and mitigation strategy (REMS) on the integration of medication abortion into US family medicine primary care clinics✰,✰✰. Contraception. 2022 05; 109:19-24. Razon N, Razon N, Wulf S, Perez C, McNeil S, Maldonado L, Fields AB, Carvajal D, Logan R, Dehlendorf C. PMID: 35131289; PMCID: PMC9018589.
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    7. How Hypertension Guidelines Address Social Determinants of Health: A Systematic Scoping Review. Med Care. 2021 12 01; 59(12):1122-1129. Razon N, Razon N, Hessler D, Bibbins-Domingo K, Gottlieb L. PMID: 34779795; PMCID: PMC8597925.
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    8. "Far More than Just a Prescription": Focus Groups With U.S. Family Planning Providers and Staff About Integrating PrEP for HIV Prevention Into Their Work. Womens Health Issues. 2021 May-Jun; 31(3):294-300. Razon N, Razon N, Rodriguez A, Carlson K, Witt J, Logan R, Chambers B, Weber S, Seidman D. PMID: 33839000.
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    9. Anthropological Perspectives to Health Policy. Human Organization. 2019; 1(78):75-84. Bernstein, A. and Razon N.
    10. Seeing and unseeing like a state: house demolitions, healthcare, and the politics of invisibility in southern Israel. Anthropological Quarterly. 2017; 1(90):55-82. Razon, N.
    11. Entangled Bodies: Jews, Bedouins, and the Making of the Secular Israeli. Med Anthropol. 2016 May-Jun; 35(3):291-304. Razon N, Razon N. PMID: 26786292.
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    12. Interrogating boundaries and acknowledging fluidity: shifting identity markers in Palestine/Israel. Journal of Borderland Studies. 2015; 2(30):247-262. Ross K., Razon N.
    13. Learned blindness: transforming Bedouins into standardized patients. Examining health and politics in southern Israel. Ethnologie Francaise. 2015; 2(45):269-280. Razon N.
    14. Negotiation fluid identities: Alliance-building in qualitative interviews. Qualitative Inquiry. 2012; 6(18):494-503. Ross K., Razon N.
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