Judy A. Shea, PhD is the Leon Hess Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania and co-Director of the Master of Science in Health Policy Research. She works with faculty and fellows to design and evaluate research projects. Much of Dr. Shea’s work focuses on evaluating the psychometric properties of evaluation tools and developing measures to assess components of health such as health literacy, patient satisfaction, and health-related quality of life. She has methodological expertise with multiple qualitative methods including focus groups and interviews, as well as survey research. She teaches and mentors trainees regularly on methodology and measurement principles. Dr. Shea has published over 325 peer-reviewed articles, many with junior colleagues.
Judy A. Shea, PhD
- Professor, General Internal Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine
‘A Good Cause’ — Perspectives on the Soda Tax from Low-Income Parents
Parents Suggest Ways to Increase Program Fairness and Effectiveness
In The Media American Journal of Managed Care
Physician Leaders’ Perspectives About Balancing Clinical and Leadership Responsibilities
Do Longer Shifts Affect Residents’ Sleep or Patient Safety?
Takeaways from the iCOMPARE trial
In The Media Journal of General Internal Medicine
Improving Longitudinal Survey Participation Among Internal Medicine Residents: Incorporating Behavioral Economic Techniques and Avoiding Friday or Saturday Invitations
Hospitals, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Bundled Payment
How have hospitals responded?
Physician Perspectives Towards Medicare’s New Payment Program
A survey of physicians in year 1 of MIPS
Moving Beyond Duty-Hours
Addressing Dissatisfaction Among Medical Trainees
State of the Science in VA Health Equity Research
A Supplement in Medical Care
Penn Research Posters at 2017 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting
Photo Feature of Investigators and Their Work