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Ph.D. Graduate Profile


Richard Lee Phillips, Ph.D.

Dissertation Title: Quality of life among hemodialysis patients:  Evaluating the KDQOL-36 and its utility in clinical practice
Committee members: Larry Nackerud (Chair), Tiffany Washington, Matthew Smith

Ph.D., University of Georgia, 2017
MSW, University of Georgia, 2001
BA,Psychology, Emmanuel College, 1998

Richard "Lee" Phillips received his social work Ph.D. in 2017. He is interested in teaching direct practice and clinical skills courses as well as field education seminars. Phillips research interests include nephrology social work, dialysis, kidney disease, and health disparities.

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