Ph.D. Student Profile

Sarah D. Rozenblum, BA, MPA

Sarah D. Rozenblum, BA, MPA

  • PhD Candidate (2022)
  • Cognate: Political Science

Education

  • BA, Political Sciences, Sciences Po Paris, France (2013)
  • MPA, Major in Public Law, Minor in Public Health, Sciences Po Paris, France (2015)

Research Interests & Projects

  • Comparative politics of public health policies and expertise
  • National responses to COVID-19 in the European Union and North America
  • Comparative politics of medical devices regulation
  • Comparative politics of health information technologies
As a WHO Young Professional, Sarah is working on several research projects contrasting the American and European responses to COVID-19. She is also investigating health information technology (HiT) politics and medical devices regulation in Europe and in the US. She is especially interested in the use of public health agencies and expertise as well as the production of health norms in times of crisis. She will pursue a Joint PhD with the Political Science Department.

Selected Publications

Books

1. Scott L. Greer, Nick Fahy, Sarah Rozenblum, Matthias Wismar, Holly Jarman, Willy Palm, Heather A. Elliot European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO) Everything you always wanted to know about European Union health policies but were afraid to ask. First edition published in 2014. (Revised edition 2019).

2. Scott Greer, Sarah Rozenblum, David Clarke, Matthias Wismar, Josep Figueras, National Level Health Systems Governance: Making progress towards Universal Health Coverage, joint WHO/European Observatory for Health Systems and Policies study. Publication scheduled for the spring of 2021.


Book Chapters

1. Sarah Rozenblum. “France multidimensional COVID-19 Response: ad hoc Committees and the Sidelining of Public Health Agencies” in Scott Greer, Elizabeth King, Andre Peralta Santos, Elize Massard da Fonseca, Coronavirus Politics. University of Michigan Press. Forthcoming.

2. Sarah Rozenblum. “Health Agencies” inn Scott Greer, Sarah Rozenblum, David Clarke, Matthias Wismar, Josep Figueras, National Level Health Systems Governance: Making progress towards Universal Health Coverage, joint WHO/European Observatory for Health Systems and Policies study. Forthcoming.

3. Sarah Rozenblum. “The Evolution of the French Public Health Arena” in Scott Greer, Margitta Maetzke, Comparative Public Health Politics. Forthcoming.

Articles

1. Sarah Rozenblum, Holly Jarman. “The mystery of the missing public health agency: The politics of advice and action during the COVID-19 pandemic in France, the UK and the United States”. Abstract proposal submitted to the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law on July 16, 2020. 

2. Holly Jarman, Scott Greer, Sarah Rozenblum, Matthias Wismar. “COVID-19: What strategic decisions are countries making about their transitions?” Submitted to Eurohealth on July 12, 2020. Under review. 

3. Holly Jarman, Sarah Rozenblum, Tiffany Huang. “Neither protective nor harmonized: the cross-border regulation of medical devices in the EU”. Journal of Health Economics, Policy and Law, July 7, 2020.

4. Sarah Rozenblum, Scott Greer, Denise Anthony, Jodyn Platt. “Explaining continuing divergence in electronic health record systems: Politics and EHR governance in the United States”. Forthcoming.

5. Sarah Rozenblum, “Review of Almgren, Gunnar, Health care as a right of citizenship. The continuing evolution of a reform”. Columbia University Press, 2017, published in the Revue française des Affaires sociales, 2017-3.

6. Rozenblum S., « Review of Bance, Philippe (Dir.), Quel modèle d’Etat stratège en France ? » PURH, Collection Economie publique et économie sociale, 2016, 426p., published in the Revue française des Affaires sociales, 2017-2.

Working papers on COVID-19 for the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO)

1. Scott Greer, Holly Jarman, Sarah Rozenblum, Matthias Wismar. “How are countries centralizing governance and at what stage are they doing it”. Published online on April 19, 2020. COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO).

2. Holly Jarman, Sarah Rozenblum, Scott Greer, Matthias Wismar. “How are countries getting out of lockdown”? Published online on May 7, 2020. COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO).

3. Holly Jarman, Sarah Rozenblum, Scott Greer, Matthias Wismar. “How will governments know when to lift and impose restrictions?”Published online on May 7, 2020. COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO).

4. Holly Jarman, Sarah Rozenblum, Scott Greer, Matthias Wismar. “What do governments need to consider as they implement transition plans?” Published online on May 7, 2020. COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO).

5. Sarah Rozenblum, Scott Greer, Matthias Wismar, Holly Jarman. “What is the role of the military in the COVID-19 response?”. Published online on May 29, 2020. COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO).

6. Scott Greer, Sarah Rozenblum, Matthias Wismar, Holly Jarman. “What is the value of civil society in the COVID-19 crisis?”. Published online on June 5, 2020. COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO).

7. Scott Greer, Sarah Rozenblum, Matthias Wismar, Holly Jarman. “How have federal countries organized their COVID-19 response”. Published online on July 16, 2020. COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (WHO).

Selection of Recent Newspaper Articles and Blog Posts on health policy issues

1. Sarah Rozenblum. “La Cour Suprême des Etats-Unis privilégie les libertés religieuses aux droits des femmes”, Le Monde, July 20, 2020.

2. Sarah Rozenblum, Scott Greer, Holly Jarman. “L’Europe de la santé qu’Emmanuel Macron appelle de ses vœux existe déjà en partie”, Le Monde, July 1, 2020.

3. Sarah Rozenblum, Holly Jarman. “Antibody tests and regulatory reforms: why delegating pre-market control to private companies is a bad idea”. HMP Governance Lab, May 25, 2020.

4. Sarah Rozenblum, Scott Greer, Holly Jarman. “Coronavirus: “Les stratégies de déconfinement sont pour l’essentiel graduelles, réversibles et régionalisées, comme en France ou en Espagne”, Le Monde, May 20, 2020.

5.  Holly Jarman, Sarah Rozenblum, Scott Greer. “What US states can learn from COVID-19 transition planning in Europe”The Conversation, May 11, 2020.

6. Sarah Rozenblum. “Aux États-Unis, le coronavirus va mettre à l’épreuve le système de soins”, Le Monde, March 3rd, 2020.

7. Scott L. Greer, Nick Fahy, Rozenblum Sarah, Matthias Wismar, Holly Jarman, Willy Palm “Post-Brexit, understanding European Union health policy will be more important than ever”. British Medical Journal Opinion, December, 9th 2019.

8.  Rozenblum Sarah, « États-Unis : « Les questions de santé pourraient occuper le devant de la scène politique lors des élections de 2020 » »,Le Monde, August 5, 2019.





Additional Information

Affiliations:
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