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Fagan, Peter J., Ph.D.

Dr. Peter Fagan

Associate Professor
Director of Research, Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC

Off Campus Address

Johns Hopkins HealthCare, LLC
6704 Curtis Court
Glen Burnie, MD 21060

Phone: 410-424-4958
Fax: 410-424-4958

E-mail: pfagan@jhmi.edu

Education

1963

B.A.

St. John Seminary

1973

M.Div.

St. John Seminary

1973

M.A.

University of Notre Dame

1984

Ph.D.

George Washington University

1982-1983

Clinical Psychology Internship

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

2004-2005Postdoctoral fellowship in Health Policy and ManagementJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Professional Interests

Health services research (integration of behavioral and somatic services); management of sexual disorders.

Selected Publications

Fagan P.J., Schmidt CW, Cook B. A model for managed behavioral health care in an academic department of psychiatry. Psychiatric Services 53:4,  (2002), 431-436.

Fagan P.J., Wise T.N., Schmidt C.W, Berlin F.S.: Pedophilia JAMA, 288:19 (2002), 2458-2465. 15.

Fagan, P. J., Burnett AL, Rogers L, & Schmidt, C. W. ôSexuality and Sexual Disorders. In J. Burton, J.Fiebach, D.Kern, T.P. Zieve, R. Ziegelstein, (Eds.), Principles of Ambulatory Medicine , Sixth Edition,  Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. (2003), 69-91        

Fagan, P.J. Sexual Disorders: perspectives on evaluation and treatment. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press. (2004).

Seow H, Piet L, Kenworthy CM, Jones S, Fagan PJ., Dy SM."Evaluating a Palliative Care Case Management Program for Cancer Patients: The Omega Life Program. Journal of Palliative Medicine.   December 1, 2008, 11(10): 1314-1318. doi:10.1089/jpm.2008.0140.

Carroll P, Lanzkron S, Haywood C, Fagan P. The Course and Correlates of High Hospital Utilization in Sickle Cell Disease: Evidence from a large, urban Medicaid Managed Care Organization, American Journal of Hematology.   Accepted for publication  7/27/09

Lanzkron S, Haywood C, Fagan P, Rand C. Examining the Effectiveness of Hydroxyurea in People with Sickle Cell Disease.  Accepted (8/20/09) for publication in February 2010. The Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.


 

 

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