Greer, Ann Lennarson

Professor Emerita
Sociology
Greer, Ann Lennarson

Education

PhD, Sociology, Northwestern University

Positions, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

2011-present, Professor Emerita
[date]-2011, Professor
1979-[date], Associate Professor
1972-1979, Assistant Professor

Selected Publications

Varabyova, Y., Blankart, C. R., Greer, A. L., & Schreyögg, J. (2017). The Determinants of Medical Technology Adoption in Decisional Systems: A Systematic Literature Review. Health Policy, 121(3), 230-242.
Brousseau, D. C., Nimmer, M. R., Yunk, N. L., Nattinger, A. B., & Greer, A. L. (2011). Nonurgent Emergency-Department Care: Analysis of Parent and Primary Physician Perspectives. Pediatrics, 127, e375-e381.
Sisk, J., Greer, A. L., Wojtowycz, M., Pincus, L., & Aubry, R. (2004). Implementing Evidence-Based Practice: Evaluation of an Opinion-Leader Strategy To Improve Breastfeeding Rates. American J. of Obstetric and Gynecology, 190, 413-421.
Greer, A. L., Goodwin, J. S., Freeman, J. L., & Wu, Z. H. (2002). Bringing the Patient Back in: Guidelines, Practice Variations and the Social Context of Medical Practice. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 18(4), 747-761.
Gilligan, M. A., Kneusel, R. T., Hoffman, R. G., Greer, A. L., & Nattinger, A. B. (2002). Persistent differences in sociodemographic determinants of use of breast conserving surgery despite overall increased adoption. Medical Care, 40, 181-189.
Wu, Z. H., Freeman, J. L., Greer, A. L., Freeman, D. H., & Goodwin, J. S. (2001). The influence of patients' concerns on surgeons' recommendations for early breast cancer. European Journal of Cancer Care, 10, 100-106.
Greer, A. L. (2000). Consumer Involvement in Health System Priority-setting, Decision-making and Evaluation. Jávor, A., & Van Eimeren, W. (Eds.). System Science in Health Care I, 18-21.
Greer, A. L., Goodwin, J. S., Freeman, J. L., & Wu, Z. H. (2000). The Boundary of Science and Preference: Practice Variation as vice or virtue? Jávor, A., & Van Eimeren, W. (Eds.). System Science in Health Care II, 152-155.