Sandra Tanenbaum, PhD

Professor
Health Services Management and Policy

Phone: 292-6813
Email: tanenbaum.1@osu.edu

1841 Neil Ave
200B Cunz Hall
Columbus, OH, 43210

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984
M.S.S., Social Work and Social Research, Bryn Mawr College, 1977
B.A., Political Science, Bryn Mawr College, 1974

Selected Publications

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2012. The antidepressant wars. Boston Review, May/June: 32-37.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2012. Improving the quality of medical care: the normativity of evidence-based performance standards. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 33(4): 263-277.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2012. Consumer-operated service organizations: organizational characteristics, community relationships, and the potential for citizenship. Community Mental Health Journal, 48(4): 397-406.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2012. Reducing variation in health care: the rhetorical politics of a policy idea. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 37(6): 5-26.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. What patients know: evidence-based medicine and its discontents in the U.S. International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine, forthcoming.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2011. Characteristics associated with organizational independence in consumer-operated service organizations. Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 34(3): 248-251.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2011. Consumer-operated service organizations: citizenship as a core function and strategy for growth. Health Care Analysis 19(2): 192-205.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2009. Pay-for-performance in Medicare: evidentiary irony and the politics of value. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 34(5): 713-742.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2009. Psychiatrist-consumer relationships in the U.S. public mental health system: consumers' views of a disability system. Disability and Society 24(6): 727-738.

Tanenbaum SJ. Pay-for-performance in Medicare: evidentiary irony and the politics of value. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law. 34(5): 2009. 713-742.

Tanenbaum SJ. Psychiatrist-consumer relationships in the U.S. public mental health system: consumers’ views of a disability system. Disability and Society. 24(6): 2009. 727-738.

Seiber EE, Smith CM, and Tanenbaum SJ. Who treats limited English proficient patients? Implications for Linguistic Access Initiatives. Ethnicity and Disease. 19(4): 2009. 433-438.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2008. Perspectives on Evidence-Based Practice from Consumers in the U.S. Public Mental Health System. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 14(5): 621-958.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. 2008. Consumer Perspectives on Information and Other Inputs to Decision-Making: Implications for Evidence-Based Practice. Community Mental Health Journal 44(5): 31-35.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. Commentary: Evidence by any other name. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 12(2):2006. 273-276.

Lee, Jinkook; Hyungsoo Kim; and Sandra Tanenbaum. Medicaid and family wealth transfer. Gerontologist 46:2006. 6-13.

Tanenbaum, Sandra J. The role of "evidence" in recovery from mental illness. Health Care Analysis. 14:2006. 195-201.

Tanenbaum, S.J. Expanding the terms of the debate: evidence-based practice and public policy. Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: Where Practice and Research Meet, eds. C.D. Goodheart, A.E. Kazdin and R.J. Steinberg. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. 2006. 239-260.

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