Benjamin J. Keeney, Ph.D.

2012 Health Services University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Public Health, Occupational Health and Safety, General
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Gary M. Franklin grad student 2012 University of Washington
 (Early Predictors of Re-Injury, Clinically Significant Weight Gain, and Lumbar Spine Surgery Following Occupational Back Injury: A Prospective Study of Workers in Washington State.)
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Graves SC, Dropkin BM, Keeney BJ, et al. (2015) Does Surgical Approach Affect Patient-reported Function After Primary THA? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research
Weeks DL, Keeney BJ, Evans PC, et al. (2015) Provider perceptions of the electronic health record incentive programs: a survey of eligible professionals who have and have not attested to meaningful use. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 30: 123-30
Weeks DL, Polello JM, Hansen DT, et al. (2014) Measuring primary care organizational capacity for diabetes care coordination: the Diabetes Care Coordination Readiness Assessment. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 29: 98-103
Keeney BJ, Fulton-Kehoe D, Wickizer TM, et al. (2013) Clinically significant weight gain 1 year after occupational back injury. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine / American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 55: 318-24
Keeney BJ, Fulton-Kehoe D, Turner JA, et al. (2013) Early predictors of lumbar spine surgery after occupational back injury: results from a prospective study of workers in Washington State. Spine. 38: 953-64
Keeney BJ, Turner JA, Fulton-Kehoe D, et al. (2013) Early predictors of occupational back reinjury: results from a prospective study of workers in Washington State. Spine. 38: 178-87
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