Dean Hashimoto, MD

Harvard Medical School

Harvard Medical School
Phone: (617) 726-4792


dhashimoto@partners.org

Dean Hashimoto, MD

Harvard Medical School

EDUCATIONAL TITLES

  • Lecturer, Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  • Chief of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Occupational Health Services, Partners HealthCare System

DF/HCC PROGRAM AFFILIATION

Research Abstract

My research focuses on the impact of regulatory and business systems on the healthcare delivery. My research focuses on three related areas. First, the HSPH Center for Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing is studying the impact of hospital policies and other organizational attributes on the health and wellness of nursing employees in the Partners HealthCare System. Second, the MGH is studying hospital employee exposures to chemotherapeutic agents. Third, the Workers Compensation Research Institute is evaluating the impact of workers compensation systems on health care delivery.

 

Publications

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  • Nelson CC, Wagner GR, Caban-Martinez AJ, Buxton OM, Kenwood CT, Sabbath EL, Hashimoto DM, Hopcia K, Allen J, Sorensen G. Physical activity and body mass index: the contribution of age and workplace characteristics. Am J Prev Med 2014; 46:S42-51. PubMed
  • Caspi CE, Dennerlein JT, Kenwood C, Stoddard AM, Hopcia K, Hashimoto D, Sorensen G. Results of a pilot intervention to improve health and safety for health care workers. J Occup Environ Med 2013; 55:1449-55. PubMed
  • Sorensen G, McLellan D, Dennerlein JT, Pronk NP, Allen JD, Boden LI, Okechukwu CA, Hashimoto D, Stoddard A, Wagner GR. Integration of health protection and health promotion: rationale, indicators, and metrics. J Occup Environ Med 2013; 55:S12-8. PubMed
  • Kim SS, Okechukwu CA, Buxton OM, Dennerlein JT, Boden LI, Hashimoto DM, Sorensen G. Association between work-family conflict and musculoskeletal pain among hospital patient care workers. Am J Ind Med 2012. PubMed
  • Hashimoto DM, Kelsey KT, Sietz T, Feldman HA, Yakes B, Christiani DC. The urinary cellular sediment innewspaper pressworkers exposed to solvents 1991.