David Buckley, MD, MPH biography

Dr. Buckley is a family physician and researcher whose clinical and research focus is preventive health services, particularly among underserved populations. He holds an appointment as Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at OHSU. He is a research investigator with the Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network (ORPRN), where he serves as a member of the Steering Committee and Vice-Chair of the Scientific Review Committee. Dr. Buckley is also an investigator with the Oregon Evidence-based Practice Center (EPC), which conducts systematic reviews of healthcare topics for federal and state agencies and private foundations. Dr. Buckley completed a National Institutes of Health National Research Service Award (NRSA) post-doctoral fellowship in primary care research, with training in epidemiology and biostatistics. He has made multiple presentations on preventive services in primary care, and has worked in Azerbaijan advising the health ministry on research methods for quality improvement in preventive and screening services. His current research includes different primary care clinic types and the associated quality of preventive services preventive and screening services routinely performed in rural primary care practices, and association between chronic opioid therapy and preventive and screening services received.