219E Introduction to Qualitative Methods in Public Health Research
- Ethnography and qualitative methods
- Stress and chronic disease
- Social determinants of health and health disparities
- Health systems research and healthcare access
- Social difference, power, and inequality
- Criminal justice involvement as a determinant of health
- Urban transportation
Fleming, M. D., Shim, J. K., Yen, I., Van Natta, M., Hanssmann, C., & Burke, N. J. (2018). Caring for “Super-utilizers”: Neoliberal Social Assistance in the Safety-net. Medical Anthropology Quarterly.
Van Natta, M., Burke, N. J., Yen, I. H., Fleming, M. D., Hanssmann, C. L., Rasidjan, M. P., & Shim, J. K. (2019). Stratified citizenship, stratified health: Examining latinx legal status in the U.S. healthcare safety net. Social Science & Medicine, 220, 49–55.
Fleming, M. D., Shim, J. K., Yen, I. H., Thompson-Lastad, A., Rubin, S., Van Natta, M., & Burke, N. J. (2017). Patient engagement at the margins: Health care providers’ assessments of engagement and the structural determinants of health in the safety-net. Social Science & Medicine, 183, 11–18.
Natta, M. V., Burke, N. J., Yen, I. H., Rubin, S., Fleming, M. D., Thompson‐Lastad, A., & Shim, J. K. (2018). Complex care and contradictions of choice in the safety net. Sociology of Health & Illness, 40(3), 538–551.
Thompson-Lastad, A., Yen, I. H., Fleming, M. D., Van Natta, M., Rubin, S., Shim, J. K., & Burke, N. J. (2017). Defining trauma in complex care management: Safety-net providers’ perspectives on structural vulnerability and time. Social Science & Medicine, 186, 104–112.
Fleming, M. D. (2016). Mass Transit Workers and Neoliberal Time Discipline in San Francisco. American Anthropologist, 118(4), 784–795.