Joan R. Bloom PhD
Professor of the Graduate School
Health Policy and Management
Joan R. Bloom is a Professor of Health Policy and Management. She is interested in the prevention, early detection and long term effects of chronic disease and its treatment on one’s quality of life.
Joan R. Bloom is a Professor of Health Policy and Management, at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health. She is interested in the prevention, early detection and long term effects of chronic disease and its treatment on one’s quality of life defined broadly to include the physical, social, psychological and spiritual well-being. She has a special interest in designing and testing interventions to reduce the effects of chronic disease and its treatment. Within this broad area, I am interested in one’s response to being at greater than average risk due to one’s family history. I have also had an interest in disparities in health outcomes due to age and ethnicity. A second interest has focused on the organizations in which health care is delivered and the effectiveness of new programs that are implemented such as changes in the financing and the delivery of care.
- PhD – Sociology of Education, Stanford University
- MA – Sociology, Stanford University
- BS – UC Berkeley
- Late effects of treatment on cancer survivors
- Effects of exercise and diet on late effects of cancer treatment
- Implementing and sustaining change in health organizations
- Reducing cancer disparities in Alameda County
- Health Organizations and Management
- Advanced Health Care Organizations and Environment
- Health and Medical Care