Castillo, E.G., Harris, C. Directing Research Toward Health Equity: a Health Equity Research Impact Assessment. J GEN INTERN MED (2021).

Pahwa, R., Smith, M. E., Kelly, E. L., Dougherty, R. J., Thorning, H., Brekke, J. S., & Hamilton, A. (2020). Definitions of community for individuals with serious mental illnesses: Implications for community integration and recovery. Administration And Policy In Mental Health And Mental Health Services Research.

Joseph Friedman, David Kim, Todd Schneberk, Philippe Bourgois, Michael Shin, Aaron Celious, and David L. Schriger. 2019. “Assessment of Racial/Ethnic and Income Disparities in the Prescription of Opioids and Other Controlled Medications in California.” JAMA Internal Medicine.

Joel T. Braslow and Philippe Bourgois. 2019. “Teaching Social Medicine as Collaborative Ethnographic Research and Advocacy on Homelessness and Serious Mental Illness.” In Structural Competency in Mental Health and Medicine: A Case-Based Approach to Treating the Social Determinants of Health, edited by Helena Hansen and Jonathan M. Metzl, 75–85. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature.

Kalofonos I.  Biological Citizenship:  A 53-Year-Old Man with Schizoaffective Disorder and PTSD Applying for Supplemental Security IncomeNEJM 2019 Nov 21; 381:  1985-1989; doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1811661.  and see:  NEJM case studies in social medicine.

Karandinos G and Bourgois P. The Structural Violence of Hyperincarceration:  A 44-Year-Old Man with Back Pain.   NEJM 2019 Jan 17; 380:  205-209;  doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1811542.

Case Studies in Social Medicine, in the New England Journal of Medicine, 2019-20.  A series of Perspective articles that highlight the importance of social concepts and social context in clinical medicine. The series uses discussions of real clinical cases to translate theories and methods for understanding social processes into terms that can readily be used in medical education, clinical practice, and health system planning.  Philippe Bourgois, Joel Braslow, and Ippolytos Kalofonosare among the authors.

Meldrum ML, Selya R and Braslow JT.  History of the Society for Neuroscience, 1969-2019.  Forthcoming, 2020.

Braslow JT and Messac L.  Medicalization and Demedicalization — A Gravely Disabled Homeless Man with Psychiatric Illness.NEJM 2018 Nov 15; 379 (20): 1885-1888.  doi: 10.1056/NEJMp1811623.

Kelly E, Fenwick K, Brekke J, & Novaco RW. (2017). Sources of social support after patient assault as related to staff well-being. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 2017 Oct 1:886260517738779. doi: 10.1177/0886260517738779. [Epub ahead of print]

Castillo EG, Chung B, Bromley E, Kataoka SH, Braslow JT, Essock SM, Young AS, Greenberg JM, Miranda J, Dixon LB, Wells KB. Community, Public Policy, and Recovery from Mental Illness: Emerging Research and Initiatives. Harvard Review of Psychiatry. 2018;26(2):70-81. PMID: 29381527.

Hansen HBraslow JT, Rohrbaugh RM. 2018. From Cultural to Structural Competency—Training Psychiatry Residents to Act on Social Determinants of Health and Institutional Racism. JAMA Psychiatry 75: 117-118. PMID: 29261827

Joel T. Braslow. Forthcoming. A Clinical Biography of Schizophrenia. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Howard Padwa, Jack Friedman, and Marcia Meldrum.  “Provider, Family, and Client Responses to Deinstitutionalization and its Aftermath in California.”  In Despo Kritsiakis, Matthew Smith, and Victoria Long, editors, Deinstutionalization and After:  Post-War Psychiatry in the Western World. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017:  pp. 241-265.

Sarah L. Starks, Paul G. Arns, Howard Padwa, Jack R. Friedman, Jocelyn Marrow, Marcia L. Meldrum, Elizabeth Bromley, Erin Kelly, John S. Brekke and Joel T. Braslow.  “System Transformation under the California Mental Health Services Act:  Implementation of Full Service Partnerships in Los Angeles County.”Psychiatric Services 2017 June; 68 (6):  587-595.

Joel Braslow, Marcia L. Meldrum and Rena Selya. The Creation of Neuroscience:  The Society for Neuroscience and the Quest for Disciplinary Unity, 1969-1995. [ link ]Marcia Meldrum.  The Ongoing Opioid Prescription Epidemic:  Historical Perspective.  American Journal of Public Health August 2016; 106 (8):  1365-1366. [ link ]

Marcia Meldrum, Erin Kelly, Ronald Calderon, John Brekke and Joel Braslow. Implementation Status of Assisted Outpatient Treatment Programs:  A National Survey.Psychiatric Services 2016 Jun 1;67(6):630-5. Epub 2016 Feb 1.

Joel T. Braslow.  The Manufacture of Recovery.  Annual Review of Clinical Psychology.  March  2013; 9: 781-809.  [ link ]

Bowen Chung, Marcia Meldrum, Felica Jones, Anthony Brown, Rasudaan Daaood and Loretta Jones.  Perceived Sources of Stress and Resilience in Men in an African-American Community.  Progress in Community Health Partnerships:  Research Education and Action.  Winter 2015; 8 (4):  419-429. [ link ]

Bromley E, Gabrielian S, Brekke BS, Pahwa R, Daly K, Brekke JS, Braslow JT. 2013. Experiencing Community: Perspectives of Those Diagnosed with Serious Mental Illness. Psychiatric Services 64, 672-679. [ link ]

Starks Sarah Linsley, Braslow Joel T. The making of contemporary American psychiatry, part 1: patients, treatments, and therapeutic rationales before and after World War II History of psychology, 2005; 8(2): 176-93.