Anna B. Zogas, PhD
Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
General Internal Medicine

PhD, University of Washington
MA, University of Chicago
BA, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

Anna B. Zogas, PhD is a Research Anthropologist at Center for Healthcare Organization & Implementation Research (CHOIR) VA Boston Healthcare System. At the VA Boston Healthcare System, she is the Principal Investigator for a qualitative evaluation of the implementation of a new VA care coordination program and the Co-Investigator and qualitative lead for several other studies that examine topics including interprofessional team roles, patients’ perceptions of risk, patient-centeredness and care coordination. Previously, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Health Services Research at the VA Boston Healthcare System.

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  1. Zogas A, Sitter KE, Barker AM, Fix GM, Khanna A, Herbst AN, Vimalananda VG. Strategies for engaging patients in co-design of an intervention. Patient Educ Couns. 2024 Jun; 123:108191.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38367306
  2. Miller DR, Reisman JI, McDannold SE, Kleinberg F, Gillespie C, Zogas A, Ndiwane N, Ourth HL, Morreale AP, Tran M, McCullough MB. Clinical pharmacist practitioners on primary care teams play an important role in caring for complex patients with diabetes. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2023 Nov 07; 80(22):1637-1649. PMID: 37566141
  3. Zogas A, Gillespie C, Kleinberg F, Reisman J, Ndiwane N, Tran M, Ourth H, Morreale A, Miller D, McCullough M. Clinical pharmacy practitioners' semi-visible labor: building referral relationships in interprofessional collaborative care. J Interprof Care. 2023 Sep 03; 37(5):698-705. PMID: 36708309
  4. Gillespie C, Kleinberg F, Zogas A, Morreale A, Ourth H, Tran M, Moore T, Miller D, McCullough M. Perceptions of clinical pharmacy specialists' contributions in mental health clinical teams. Ment Health Clin. 2022 Jan; 12(1):15-22. PMID: 35116208; PMCID: PMC8788298; DOI: 10.9740/mhc.2022.01.015;
  5. McCullough MB, Zogas A, Gillespie C, Kleinberg F, Reisman JI, Ndiwane N, Tran MH, Ourth HL, Morreale AP, Miller DR. Introducing clinical pharmacy specialists into interprofessional primary care teams: Assessing pharmacists' team integration and access to care for rural patients. Medicine (Baltimore). 2021 Sep 24; 100(38):e26689. PMID: 34559093; PMCID: PMC8462613; DOI: 10.1097/MD.0000000000026689;
  6. Zogas A. "We have no magic bullet": Diagnostic ideals in veterans' mild traumatic brain injury evaluations. Patient Educ Couns. 2022 03; 105(3):654-659. PMID: 34127333
  7. Zogas A, Gillespie C, Kleinberg F, Reisman JI, Ndiwane N, Tran MH, Ourth HL, Morreale AP, Miller DR, McCullough MB. Clinical Pharmacist Integration Into Veterans' Primary Care: Team Members Perspectives. J Am Board Fam Med. 2021 Mar-Apr; 34(2):320-327. PMID: 33833000
  8. McKearney P, Zogas A. Mentally Fit: Negotiating the Boundaries of Cognitive Disability. Med Anthropol. 2021 Feb-Mar; 40(2):111-115. PMID: 33451257
  9. Zogas A. Leveraging Ambiguity in the Clinic: Mild TBI and Veterans' Forgetting. Med Anthropol. 2021 Feb-Mar; 40(2):141-154. PMID: 32735142

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