Karen Bullock, PhD, LCSW
Professor, North Carolina State University (Affiliate)
Dr. Bullock is clinically trained in mental health and aging. Her research interests include health care disparities among vulnerable populations and en-of-life care issues. Dr. Bullock received funding from the Project on Death in America (Soros Foundation) to develop end-of-life care resources for the dying and bereaved. Subsequently, she received a John A. Hartford Faculty Scholar award to explore racial differences in the use of palliative care between black and white hospitalized older adult patients. Currently, Dr. Bullock’s research is focused on comparing racial differences in end-of-life care for diverse patient populations.
Ph.D., Boston University, 2000 (sociology and social work)
M.S., Columbia University, 1992 (social work)
B.S.W., North Carolina State University, 1990 (social work)
|Mailing Address||North Carolina State UniversitySchool of Social Work1911 Building, Room 217 - CB 7639Raleigh, NC 27695|