Shannon McConville

Research Associate
(415) 291-4481
mcconville@ppic.org

Expertise
• Health policy
   Use and access 
   Racial/ethnic disparities
• Population demographics
   Urban poverty and segregation

Experience
Research Training Fellow, Health Services and Policy Analysis program, University of California, Berkeley (2005-2006). Senior Research Associate, Department of Health Research and Policy, Stanford University (2003-2005). Staff Research Associate, Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies, University of California, Los Angeles (1998-2003).

Education
M.P.P. (1999), University of California, Los Angeles.

PPIC Publications
California's Future (co-authored with Sarah Bohn, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Caroline Danielson, Ryken Grattet, Ellen Hanak, Joseph Hayes, Laura Hill, Hans Johnson, Shannon McConville, Eric McGhee, Paul Warren, and Margaret Weston). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

California's Future: Health Care Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

Health Care for California's Jail Population (co-authored with Mia Bird). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

The Affordable Care Act in California (co-authored with Laurel Beck). Public Policy Institute of California, Just the Facts, 2014.

California's Health Care Safety Net Public Policy Institute of California, Just the Facts, 2013.

Rethinking the State-Local Relationship: Health Care (co-authored with Kim Kim Belshé). Public Policy Institute of California, 2013.

Access to the Health Care Safety Net in California (co-authored with Helen Lee and Laura Hill). Public Policy Institute of California, 2012.

Expanding Medi-Cal: Profiles of Potential New Users (co-authored with Helen Lee). Public Policy Institute of California, 2011.

Full-Day Kindergarten in California: Lessons from Los Angeles (co-authored with Jill S. Cannon, Alison Jacknowitz, and Gary Painter). Public Policy Institute of California, 2009.

California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles Vol. 10, No. 1, “Emergency Department Care in California: Who Uses It and Why” (co-authored with Helen Lee). Public Policy Institute of California, 2008.

California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles Vol. 9, No. 1, “Death in the Golden State: Why Do Some Californians Live Longer?” (co-authored with Helen Lee). Public Policy Institute of California, 2007.