Gayle E. Reiber
EducationPhD University of Washington, 1989 (Epidemiology)
MPH Johns Hopkins University, 1975
BA University of Utah, 1971 (Nursing)
Contact Infoemail: email@example.com
Metro Park West, Suite 1400
1100 Olive Way
Seattle, WA 98101
campus box: 358280 (152)
Professor Reiber's research includes prevention and treatment of diabetes and lower extremity complications and diabetes self-care and enhancement programs. Dr. Reiber is a VA Career Scientist and is active in VA pre and postdoctoral training programs. The two courses taught by Dr. Reiber are Health Services Research Methods and Grantwriting. Dr. Reiber has also been involved in State, National and International Diabetes Program Planning initiatives.
LaCroix AZ, Rillamas-Sun E, Woods NF, Weitlauf J, Zaslavsky O, Shih R, LaMonte MJ, Bird C, Yano EM, LeBoff M, Washington D, Reiber G. Aging Well Among Women Veterans Compared With Non-Veterans in the Women's Health Initiative. Gerontologist. 2016 Feb;56 Suppl 1:S14-26. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnv124. PMID: 26768388
Gray KE, Katon JG, Rillamas-Sun E, Bastian LA, Nelson KM, LaCroix AZ, Reiber GE. Association Between Chronic Conditions and Physical Function Among Veteran and Non-Veteran Women With Diabetes. Gerontologist. 2016 Feb;56 Suppl 1:S112-25. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnv675. PMID: 26768385
Bastian LA, Hayes PM, Haskell SG, Atkins D, Reiber GE, LaCroix AZ, Yano EM. Improving Our Understanding of Health Issues in Older Women Veterans. Gerontologist. 2016 Feb;56 Suppl 1:S10-3. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnv672. PMID: 26768383
Reiber GE, LaCroix AZ. Older Women Veterans in the Women's Health Initiative. Gerontologist. 2016 Feb;56 Suppl 1:S1-5. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnv673. PMID: 26768382
This study will conduct a randomized clinical trial in persons with diabetes to determine if a community-based support system facilitates diabetes self-management. Participant support and health promotion (D-HEP) will improve diabetes control and reduce health care utilization and charges among Medicaid and dual enrolled Medicare-Medicaid beneficiaries.
Impact of a Quality Management Intervention Upon Foot Care Outcomes
This study is part of a VHA quality improvement initiative. The purpose of the study is to look at the relationship between the organization of foot care systems and outcomes for veterans with diabetes. The primary objectives are to describe facility-level variations in structural features, amputation rate, ulcer rate, quality of clinician- provided diabetes foot care, and patient-reported foot care practices; and, evaluate variations in case severity across facilities.