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Michele G. Greene
Position: Professor
Campus Affiliation: Brooklyn College
Phone: 718-951-5000, Ext 2756
Degrees/Diplomas: DrPH, Division of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia School of Public Health
Research Interests: Physician-patient communication and health communication; medical education and training; geriatric medicine; women's health

Primary Teaching Areas

Women's health; health communication; social and behavioral dimensions of health

Book Titles & Chapters

Greene M.  Sexual Violence and Pregnancy. In  J.L. Postmus (Ed.), Sexual Violence and Abuse: An Encyclopedia of Prevention, Impacts, and Recovery.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2013.
 
Greene M and Adelman R. Beyond the Dyad: Communication in Triadic (and more) Medical Encounters.  Accepted for publication in L. Martin and R. DiMatteo (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Health Communication, Behavior Change, and Treatment Adherence, Oxford University Press.

Adelman R. and Greene M.   Communication Challenges with the Elderly.  In D Kissane et al. (eds). Handbook of Communication in Oncology and Palliative Care.  Oxford University Press, 2010.
 
Adelman R, Finkelstein E., Mehta S, and Greene M. Aging and Public Health in ML Finkel. (ed). Public Health in the 21st Century. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishing. 2010.

Greene M., Adelman R. and Hollander B.   Interviewing.  In The Encyclopedia of Elder Care (2nd edition), edited by Capezuti, E., Siegler E. and M.Mezey.  NY: Springer (2008).  
 
Greene M., Adelman R., FitzSimmons-Scheurer S., Hollander B.  Institutionalization.   In The Encyclopedia of Elder Care (2nd edition), edited by Capezuti, E., Siegler E. and M.Mezey.  NY: Springer (2008). 
 
Selected Publications

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Education

 

  • BA, Queens College, CUNY
  • MA, SUNY at Buffalo, Department of Sociology
  • DrPH, Division of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia School of Public Health