Linda A. Treiber, PhD. is a Professor of Sociology at Kennesaw State University. Dr. Treiber studies the unintended consequences of rational action and the social sources of premature death and illness including medical error, occupational injury, and the mass marketing of fast foods, prescription drugs, tobacco and alcohol. Ongoing projects include a qualitative study of patients' perceptions of health care mistakes. Dr. Treiber is also currently studying the relationship between technology, pace of work and medication administration errors among Registered Nurses.
Ph.D. North Carolina State University
M.S. The Ohio State University
B.S.N. Ashland University
B.A. Miami University