Rahbel Rahman is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Health Care Certificate Program at Binghamton University's Department of Social Work. Dr. Rahman earned her PhD and her MSW with a concentration in advanced research methods from the Columbia University School of Social Work. She has extensive experience leading the design, implementation, analysis, evaluation and dissemination of community-based participatory research projects. Dr. Rahman's research trajectory spans from the United States to Pakistan to Brazil. Her projects have focused on improving the quality of patient care through the professional development of social and health care providers. Specifically, her interests revolve around studying inter-professional collaborations between social and health providers; attributes of patient-centered care; development of core competencies for Community Health Workers and front line providers.
- studying inter-professional collaborations between social and health providers
- attributes of patient-centered care
- development of core competencies for Community Health Workers and front line providers