Rachel Grob is a sociologist whose career has been devoted to investigating patients’ experiences with health and health care, and to involving them in the discourse, policy processes, and institutional arrangements which impact that care. She is the Director of National Initiatives and Clinical Professor at the UW Law School’s Center for Patient Partnerships; serves as the Qualitative Research Lead for the award-winning, internationally-vetted Database of Individual Patient Experience (DIPEx) initiative in the United States; and leads a mixed-methods portfolio of projects focused on the science of eliciting, synthesizing, and amplifying diverse patients’ voices.
Evaluation of a protocol for eliciting narrative accounts of pediatric inpatient experiences of care
Developing catalyst films of health experiences: an analysis of a robust multi-stakeholder involvement journey
Patients' roles in governance of learning: Results from a qualitative study of 16 learning healthcare systems
Broadening Medical Students' Exposure to the Range of Illness Experiences: A Pilot Curriculum Focused on Depression Education