Norma B. Coe, PhD

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Associate Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy
Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute, University of Pennsylvania
Affiliate Faculty, Palliative and Advanced Illness Research Center, University of Pennsylvania
Co-Director, Analysis Core, Center for Improving Care Delivery for the Aging (CICADA), University of Pennsylvania
Member, Institute on Aging (IoA), University of Pennsylvania
Research Associate, Population Aging Research Center, University of Pennsylvania
Research Associate, Population Studies Center (PSC), University of Pennsylvania
Co-Director, Get Experience in Aging Research Undergraduate Program (Gear-UP), University of Pennsylvania
Division Leader, Division of Epidemiology, Social Science, and Policy at the Institute on Aging, University of Pennsylvania
HEDAP Faculty Co-Director, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (LDI), University of Pennsylvania
Director of Research, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (LDI), University of Pennsylvania
Department: Medical Ethics and Health Policy
Graduate Group Affiliations

Contact information
Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy
Health Policy Division
11th Fl Blockley Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
BA (Economics)
College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, 1997.
PhD (Economics)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA , 2005.
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Selected Publications

Ingraham BC, Barthold D, Fishman P, Coe NB: Caregiving for Dementia: Trends pre-post onset and predictive factors of family caregiving (2002-2018). Health Affairs Scholar Feb 2024 Notes: Forthcoming.

Miller KE, White L, Coe NB, Khandelwal N: Money may matter: Financial hardship and its association with satisfaction of care among people living with dementia. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Dec 2023 Notes: Online ahead of print.

Dean LT, Chung S, Gross AL, Clay OJ, Willis SL, Crowe M, McDonough IM, Thomas KR, Marsiske M, Aysola J, Thorpe RJ, Felix C, Berkowitz M, Coe NM: Does Consumer Credit Precede or Follow Changes in Cognitive Impairment Among Older Adults? An Investigation in the Advanced Cognitive Training for Independent and Vital Elderly (ACTIVE) Trial. Journal of Aging and Health 35(9_suppl): 84S-94S, Oct 2023.

Rebok GW, Gellert A, Coe NB, Clay OJ, Wallace G, Parisi JM, Aiken-Morgan AT, Crowe M, Ball K, Thorpe RJ, Marsiske M, Zahodne LB, Feliz C, Willis SL: Effects of Cognitive Training on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias: The Moderating Role of Social Determinants of Health. Journal of Aging and Health 35(9_suppl): 40S-50S, Oct 2023.

Miller KEM, Ornstein KA, Coe NB: Rural Disparities in Use of Family and Formal Caregiving for Older Adults with Disabilities. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 71(9): 2865-2870, Sep 2023.

Stites SD, Gurian A, Coykendall C, Largent EA, Harkins K, Karlawish J, Coe NB: Gender of Study Partners and Research Participants Associated with Differences in Study Partner Ratings of Cognition and Activity Level. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B. Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Series B, 78(8): 1318-1329, Aug 2023.

Tachibana C: Aging at Home May Be Harder in Rural Areas. Study Shows the Need for Home Care and Family Support in Rural Communities (Blog Post). Penn LDI in conjunction with the Population Aging Research Center (PARC) Jul 2023 Notes: https://ldi.upenn.edu/our-work/research-updates/aging-at-home-may-be-harder-in-rural-areas/

Bolas M, Weiss M: Empowering Caregivers and Patients: Exploring the CARE Act’s Communication Improvements. CARE Act Linked to Improved Patient Experience (Blog Post). Penn LDI in conjunction with the Population Aging Research Center (PARC) Jul 2023 Notes: https://ldi.upenn.edu/our-work/research-updates/empowering-caregivers-and-patients-exploring-the-care-acts-communication-improvements/

Coe NB, Goda GS, Van Houtven CH: Family spillovers and long-term care insurance. Journal of Health Economists 90: 102781, Jul 2023 Notes: Online ahead of print.

Stedman, Nancy: Pa. Set New Standards on Nursing Home Staffing—Are They Sufficient? Leonard Davis Institute Experts Weigh in on the Benefits and Challenges of Requiring More Direct Care in Nursing Homes (Blog Post). Penn LDI in conjunction with the Population Aging Research Center (PARC) Jul 2023 Notes: https://ldi.upenn.edu/our-work/research-updates/pa-set-new-standards-on-nursing-home-staffing-are-they-sufficient/

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