Alexandra Peckham

Assistant Professor
Faculty
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
3020

Biography

Allie Peckham joins ASU as an assistant professor in January 2020. Her research aims to improve health systems and organizational structures for the overall health and well-being of communities. Peckham applies a life-course approach and uses supportive care concepts and critical institutional theories to ground her research and increase the impact of her work in practice.

Education

  • Ph.D. Health Services and Policy Research, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, Canada 2016
  • M.S.W. Gerontology, University of Toronto, Canada 2009
  • B.A. Gerontology, McMaster University, Canada 2007

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Research Interests

My independent program of research aims to improve health systems and organizational structures for the overall health and well-being of communities. I apply a life-course approach and use supportive care concepts and critical institutional theories to ground my research and increase the impact of my work in practice. I focus on three research aims: 1) collaborating with care recipients, their families, and interdisciplinary experts to design, implement, and evaluate innovative approaches to care (e.g., community-based interventions);  2) understand factors that influence variation across care settings and the implications that these variations can have on the health and well-being of care dyads and communities; and, 3) assess the role that politics can play on a governments ability to effectively support collaboration across the care continuum and promote best practices for health system design.

Publications

2019    Peckham, A., Williams, P., Berta, W., Denton, M., Kuluski, K. It’s more than just needing money: Supporting informal networks of care. Journal of Aging & Social Policy. DOI: 10.1080/08959420.2019.1685357

2019     Kuluski, K., Peckham, A., Gill, A., Gagnon, D., Wong-Cornall, C., McKillop, A., Parsons, J., Sheridan, N. What is important to older people with Multimorbidity and their caregivers? Identifying attributes of person-centered care from the user perspective. International Journal of Integrated Care. 19(3): 4, 1-115. 

2019    Kuluski, k., Kokorelias, K., Peckham, P., Goldhar, J., Petrie, J., Alloway, C. A. Twelve principles to support caregiver engagement in health care systems and health research. Patient Experience Journal. (6)1, 141-148.

2019    Rudoler, D., Peckham, A., Grudniewicz, A., Marchildon, G. Coordinating primary care services: A case of policy layering. Health Policy. 123, 215-221

2018    Kuluski, K., Peckham, A., Gill, A., Arneja, J., Morton-Chang, F., Parsons, J., Wong-Cornall, C. McKillop, A., Upshur, R., Sheridan, N. “You’ve got to look after yourself, to be able to look after them” a qualitative study of the unmet needs of caregivers of community based primary health care patients. BMC Geriatrics. 18, 275.

2018    Sheridan, N., Kenealy, T., Fitzgerald, A., Kuluski, K., Dunham, A., McKillop, A., Peckham, A., Gill, A. How does it feel to be a problem? Patients’ experiences of self-management support in New Zealand and Canada. Health Expectations. 1-12.

2018    Peckham, A., Morton-Chang, F., Williams, P., Miller, F. Rebalancing health systems towards community-based care: The role of subsectoral politics. Health Policy. 122, 1260-1265.

2018    Peckham, A., Rudoler, D., Li, Joyce., D’Souza, S. Community-based reform efforts: The case of the aging at home strategy. Healthcare Policy. 14(1), 30-43.

2017    Laport, A., Rohit Dass, A., Kuluski, K., Peckham, A., Berta, W., Lum, J., Williams, A.P. Waiting for residential long-term care in North West Ontario: The factors associated with long-term care waitlist placement. Canadian Journal on Aging. 36(3), 286-305.

2017    Tenbensel, T., Miller, F., Breton, M., Couturier, Y., Morton-Chang, F., Ashton, T., Sheridan, N., Peckham, A., Williams, AP., Kenealy, T., Wodchis, W. How do policy and institutional setting shape opportunities for community-based primary health care? A comparison of Ontario, Québec and New Zealand. International Journal of Integrated Care. 17(2):13, 1-15.

2017    Wong-Cornall, C., Parsons, J., Sheridan, N., Kenealy, T., Peckham, A. Extending ‘continuity of care’ to include the contribution of family carers. International Journal of Integrated Care. 17(2):11, 1-7.  

2016    Williams, AP., Lum, J., Morton-Chang, F., Kuluski, K., Peckham, A., Warrick, N., Ying, A. Integrating long-term care in a community-based continuum: Shifting from ‘beds’ to ‘places’. Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP), Ottawa, Canada. http://irpp.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/study-no59.pdf

2014    Peckham. A., Williams, AP., Neysmith, S. Balancing formal and informal care for older persons: How case managers respond. Canadian Journal on Aging. 33(2), 123-136.