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Brie Williams, MD, MS

Title(s)Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address3333 California Street
San Francisco CA 94118
Phone415-514-0720
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-5792-3397 Additional info
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    The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount SinaiMDSchool of Medicine
    The Icahn School of MedicineMS - Community MedicineCommunity Medicine
    University of California, San FranciscoResidency School of Medicine - Primary Care
    University of California, San FranciscoGeriatrics FellowshipDivision of Geriatrics
    University of California, San Francisco Training in Aging ResearchDivision of Geriatrics
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2018Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training

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    Dr. Brie Williams is a Professor of Medicine in the UCSF Division of Geriatrics, Director of the Criminal Justice & Health Program at UCSF and Director of Amend: Changing Correctional Culture.

    Research and Academic Focus
    Dr. Williams' works focuses on bringing the science of internal medicine, geriatrics and palliative care to address health-oriented challenges in criminal justice reform. She collaborates with colleagues from diverse disciplines (including criminal justice, public safety and the law) to conduct impact-oriented research and education aimed at improving the health of all who live or work in U.S. correctional facilities.

    Dr. Williams' clinical research has called for improved responses to disability, cognitive impairment, and environmental mismatch among older or seriously ill prisoners; a more scientific development of compassionate release policies; and a broader inclusion of patients who are incarcerated in national health datasets and in clinical research. She has developed new methods for responding to the unique health needs of criminal justice-involved older adults — including an evidence-based approach to reforming compassionate release policies and the design of a new tool to assess physical functioning in older prisoners.

    Since 2014, Dr. Williams has also directed Amend at UCSF, an international program focused primarily on an immersion program in Norway for criminal justice leaders, policy makers, correctional officers and staff which integrates the Scandinavian principles of normality, dignity and human rights into U.S. prisons and jails. She served as a member of the Workshop on Incarceration and Health sponsored by the Institute of Medicine and the National Academy of Sciences. Her research has been supported by the the Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation, the National Palliative Care Research Center, Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, the National Institute on Aging, the UC Office of the President and the Cambia Foundation.

    Dr. Williams has served as a consultant for jails, prisons and legal organizations nationwide, including the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the National ACLU. She has participated as an expert witness in several lawsuits related to the physical health effects of solitary confinement. In 2016, Dr. Williams provided expert testimony to the US Sentencing Commission on proposed changes to Compassionate Release policies.

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    Advancing Health Disparities Research in Aging: The Aging Research in Criminal Justice & Health (ARCH) Network
    NIH/NIA R24AG065175Sep 30, 2019 - Jun 30, 2024
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Health, function, and health outcomes of geriatric prisoners
    NIH/NIA K23AG033102Sep 1, 2009 - Jun 30, 2014
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Medical Isolation and Solitary Confinement: Balancing Health and Humanity in US Jails and Prisons During COVID-19. J Gen Intern Med. 2020 Jul 06. Cloud DH, Ahalt C, Augustine D, Sears D, Williams B. PMID: 32632787.
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    2. A call to protect patients, correctional staff and healthcare professionals in jails and prisons during the COVID-19 pandemic. Health Justice. 2020 Jul 02; 8(1):17. Oladeru OT, Tran NT, Al-Rousan T, Williams B, Zaller N. PMID: 32617825.
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    3. Prisons: Amplifiers of the COVID-19 Pandemic Hiding in Plain Sight. Am J Public Health. 2020 May 14; e1-e3. Barnert E, Ahalt C, Williams B. PMID: 32407126.
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    4. COVID-19 Amidst Carceral Contexts: The Overton Window of Political Possibility and Policy Change. JPHMP Direct. 2020. View Publication.
    5. Protecting Decarcerated Populations In The Era of COVID-19: Priorities For Emergency Discharge Planning. Health Affairs Blog. 2020. View Publication.
    6. Correctional Facilities In The Shadow Of COVID-19: Unique Challenges And Proposed Solutions. Health Affairs Blog. 2020. View Publication.
    7. Role of a US-Norway Exchange in Placing Health and Well-Being at the Center of US Prison Reform. Am J Public Health. 2020 01; 110(S1):S27-S29. Ahalt C, Haney C, Ekhaugen K, Williams B. PMID: 31967893.
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    8. Strategies to Optimize the Use of Compassionate Release From US Prisons. Am J Public Health. 2020 01; 110(S1):S25-S26. Prost SG, Williams B. PMID: 31967883.
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    9. Transforming Prison Culture to Improve Correctional Staff Wellness and Outcomes for Adults in Custody “The Oregon Way”: A Partnership between the Oregon Department of Corrections and the University of California's Correctional Culture Change Program. Advancing Corrections Journal. 2019; 10(Edition #8):130-142. View Publication.
    10. The Cardiovascular Health Burdens of Solitary Confinement. J Gen Intern Med. 2019 10; 34(10):1977-1980. Williams BA, Li A, Ahalt C, Coxson P, Kahn JG, Bibbins-Domingo K. PMID: 31228050.
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    11. Improving care for the overlooked in oncology: incarcerated patients. Lancet Oncol. 2019 10; 20(10):1342-1344. Oladeru OT, Perni S, Williams B. PMID: 31578989.
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    12. Shackled at the End of Life: We Can Do Better. Am J Bioeth. 2019 07; 19(7):61-63. DiTomas M, Bick J, Williams B. PMID: 31237520.
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    13. Association of Functional Impairment in Middle Age With Hospitalization, Nursing Home Admission, and Death. JAMA Intern Med. 2019 05 01; 179(5):668-675. Brown RT, Diaz-Ramirez LG, Boscardin WJ, Lee SJ, Williams BA, Steinman MA. PMID: 30958504.
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    14. Mental health treatment among older adults with mental illness on parole or probation. Health Justice. 2019 Mar 28; 7(1):4. Bryson WC, Cotton BP, Barry LC, Bruce ML, Piel J, Thielke SM, Williams BA. PMID: 30923982.
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    15. Smoking and Smoking Cessation Among Criminal Justice-Involved Older Adults. Tob Use Insights. 2019; 12:1179173X19833357. Ahalt C, Buisker T, Myers J, Williams B. PMID: 30890860.
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    16. The Cambia Sojourns Scholars Leadership Program: Projects and Reflections on Leadership in Palliative Care. J Palliat Med. 2019 07; 22(7):823-829. Dahlin C, Sanders J, Calton B, DeSanto-Madeya S, Donesky D, Lakin JR, Roeland E, Scherer JS, Walling A, Williams B. PMID: 30810459.
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    17. Leadership, Inside and Out: The Tideswell-AGS-ADGAP Emerging Leaders in Aging Program. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2019 03; 67(3):437-442. Chang A, Lundebjerg NE, Abrams J, Barnes DE, Fain MJ, Hall WJ, Johnson TM, Michael Harper G, Williams B, Ritchie CS. PMID: 30604860.
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    18. "No One Wants to Die Alone": Incarcerated Patients' Knowledge and Attitudes About Early Medical Release. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2019 04; 57(4):809-815. Kanbergs A, Ahalt C, Cenzer IS, Morrison RS, Williams BA. PMID: 30593912.
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    19. Reply to "Cognitive Health and Incarceration among Older Adults". J Am Geriatr Soc. 2019 03; 67(3):623-624. Ahalt C, Williams BA. PMID: 30521093.
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    20. Words matter: a call for humanizing and respectful language to describe people who experience incarceration. BMC Int Health Hum Rights. 2018 11 16; 18(1):41. Tran NT, Baggio S, Dawson A, O'Moore É, Williams B, Bedell P, Simon O, Scholten W, Getaz L, Wolff H. PMID: 30445949.
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    21. "We Take Care of Patients, but We Don't Advocate for Them": Advance Care Planning in Prison or Jail. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2018 12; 66(12):2382-2388. Ekaireb R, Ahalt C, Sudore R, Metzger L, Williams B. PMID: 30300941.
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    22. Cognition and Incarceration: Cognitive Impairment and Its Associated Outcomes in Older Adults in Jail. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2018 11; 66(11):2065-2071. Ahalt C, Stijacic-Cenzer I, Miller BL, Rosen HJ, Barnes DE, Williams BA. PMID: 30232805.
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    23. Six-Month Emergency Department Use among Older Adults Following Jail Incarceration. J Urban Health. 2018 08; 95(4):523-533. Humphreys J, Ahalt C, Stijacic-Cenzer I, Widera E, Williams B. PMID: 29204845.
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    24. How do ED patients with criminal justice contact compare with other ED users? A retrospective analysis of ED visits in California. BMJ Open. 2018 06 21; 8(6):e020897. McConville S, Mooney AC, Williams BA, Hsia RY. PMID: 29929952.
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    25. Relationship Between Expectation of Death and Location of Death Varies by Race/Ethnicity. Am J Hosp Palliat Care. 2018 Oct; 35(10):1323-1329. Romo RD, Cenzer IS, Williams BA, Smith AK. PMID: 29724110.
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    26. Prison Health Care Governance: Guaranteeing Clinical Independence. Am J Public Health. 2018 04; 108(4):472-476. Pont J, Enggist S, Stöver H, Williams B, Greifinger R, Wolff H. PMID: 29470125.
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    27. Older adults in jail: high rates and early onset of geriatric conditions. Health Justice. 2018 Feb 17; 6(1):3. Greene M, Ahalt C, Stijacic-Cenzer I, Metzger L, Williams B. PMID: 29455436.
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    28. Balancing the Rights to Protection and Participation: A Call for Expanded Access to Ethically Conducted Correctional Health Research. J Gen Intern Med. 2018 05; 33(5):764-768. Ahalt C, Haney C, Kinner S, Williams B. PMID: 29404944.
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    29. The Effect of Patient Navigation on the Likelihood of Engagement in Clinical Care for HIV-Infected Individuals Leaving Jail. Am J Public Health. 2018 03; 108(3):385-392. Myers JJ, Kang Dufour MS, Koester KA, Morewitz M, Packard R, Monico Klein K, Estes M, Williams B, Riker A, Tulsky J. PMID: 29345992.
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    30. Ageing prisoners: An introduction to geriatric health-care challenges in correctional facilities. International Review of the Red Cross, doi:10.1017/S1816383117000364. 2017; 1-23. View Publication.
    31. Examining the role of healthcare professionals in the use of solitary confinement. BMJ. 2017 10 24; 359:j4657. Ahalt C, Rothman A, Williams BA. PMID: 29066498.
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    32. Differences between incarcerated and non-incarcerated patients who die in community hospitals highlight the need for palliative care services for seriously ill prisoners in correctional facilities and in community hospitals: A cross-sectional study. Palliat Med. 2018 01; 32(1):17-22. Rothman A, McConville S, Hsia R, Metzger L, Ahalt C, Williams BA. PMID: 28952889.
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    33. Mobilizing cross-sector community partnerships to address the needs of criminal justice-involved older adults: a framework for action. Int J Prison Health. 2017 09 11; 13(3-4):173-184. Metzger L, Ahalt C, Kushel M, Riker A, Williams B. PMID: 28914125.
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    34. Advancing evidence-based interventions at the intersection of criminal justice and health. Int J Prison Health. 2017 09 11; 13(3-4):137-138. Ahalt C, Williams B. PMID: 28914123.
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    35. "Teach-to-Goal" to Better Assess Informed Consent Comprehension among Incarcerated Clinical Research Participants. AMA J Ethics. 2017 Sep 01; 19(9):862-872. Ahalt C, Sudore R, Bolano M, Metzger L, Darby AM, Williams B. PMID: 28905727.
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    36. Compassionate Release Policy Reform: Physicians as Advocates for Human Dignity. AMA J Ethics. 2017 Sep 01; 19(9):854-861. Mitchell A, Williams B. PMID: 28905726.
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    37. The changing epidemiology of HIV in the criminal justice system. Int J STD AIDS. 2017 11; 28(13):1335-1340. Baillargeon J, Pulvino JS, Leonardson JE, Linthicum LC, Williams B, Penn J, Williams RS, Baillargeon G, Murray OJ. PMID: 28449629.
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    38. Good Cop, Better Cop: Evaluation of a Geriatrics Training Program for Police. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2017 Aug; 65(8):1842-1847. Brown RT, Ahalt C, Rivera J, Stijacic Cenzer I, Wilhelm A, Williams BA. PMID: 28436006.
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    39. Reducing the use and impact of solitary confinement in corrections. Int J Prison Health. 2017 03 13; 13(1):41-48. Ahalt C, Haney C, Rios S, Fox MP, Farabee D, Williams B. PMID: 28299967.
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    40. Guest editorial. Int J Prison Health. 2017 03 13; 13(1):1-2. Ahalt C, Williams B. PMID: 28299965.
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    41. For Seriously Ill Prisoners, Consider Evidence-Based Compassionate Release Policies, Health Affairs http://healthaffairs.org/blog/2017/02/06/for-seriously-ill-prisoners-consider-evidence-based-compassionate-release-policies/. 2017. View Publication.
    42. Older Prisoners and the Physical Health Effects of Solitary Confinement. Am J Public Health. 2016 Dec; 106(12):2126-2127. Williams BA. PMID: 27831779.
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    43. Detained and Distressed: Persistent Distressing Symptoms in a Population of Older Jail Inmates. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2016 11; 64(11):2349-2355. Bolano M, Ahalt C, Ritchie C, Stijacic-Cenzer I, Williams B. PMID: 27534904.
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    44. Post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and associated health and social vulnerabilities in older jail inmates. Aging Ment Health. 2017 10; 21(10):1106-1112. Flatt JD, Williams BA, Barnes D, Goldenson J, Ahalt C. PMID: 27367335.
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    45. Challenges in Identifying Refugees in National Health Data Sets. Am J Public Health. 2016 07; 106(7):1231-2. Semere W, Yun K, Ahalt C, Williams B, Wang EA. PMID: 27196649.
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    46. Reforming Solitary-Confinement Policy--Heeding a Presidential Call to Action. N Engl J Med. 2016 May 05; 374(18):1704-6. Ahalt C, Williams B. PMID: 27144846.
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    47. The pains of imprisonment: challenging aspects of pain management in correctional settings. Pain Manag. 2016 Apr; 6(2):133-6. Handtke V, Wolff H, Williams BA. PMID: 26915436.
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    48. State of Research Funding From the National Institutes of Health for Criminal Justice Health Research. Ann Intern Med. 2015 Aug 04; 163(3):240-1. Ahalt C, Wang EA, Williams B. PMID: 26237756.
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    49. The state of research funding from the National Institutes of Health for criminal justice health research. Ann Intern Med. 2015 Mar 03; 162(5):345-52. Ahalt C, Bolano M, Wang EA, Williams B. PMID: 25732276.
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    50. A call to understand the mental health needs of older prisoners. SGIM Forum. 2015; 1(38). Lisa C. Barry and Brie A. Williams..
    51. The need for higher standards in correctional healthcare to improve public health. J Gen Intern Med. 2015 Apr; 30(4):503-7. Rich JD, Allen SA, Williams BA. PMID: 25523471.
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    52. Pain behind bars: the epidemiology of pain in older jail inmates in a county jail. J Palliat Med. 2014 Dec; 17(12):1336-43. Williams BA, Ahalt C, Stijacic-Cenzer I, Smith AK, Goldenson J, Ritchie CS. PMID: 25265035.
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    53. Police on the front line of community geriatric health care: challenges and opportunities. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2014 Nov; 62(11):2191-8. Brown RT, Ahalt C, Steinman MA, Kruger K, Williams BA. PMID: 25378267.
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    54. Older jail inmates and community acute care use. Am J Public Health. 2014 Sep; 104(9):1728-33. Chodos AH, Ahalt C, Cenzer IS, Myers J, Goldenson J, Williams BA. PMID: 25033146.
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    55. Prisoner of war status, posttraumatic stress disorder, and dementia in older veterans. Alzheimers Dement. 2014 Jun; 10(3 Suppl):S236-41. Meziab O, Kirby KA, Williams B, Yaffe K, Byers AL, Barnes DE. PMID: 24924674.
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    56. Responding to hepatitis C through the criminal justice system. N Engl J Med. 2014 May 15; 370(20):1871-4. Rich JD, Allen SA, Williams BA. PMID: 24827032.
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    57. "My older clients fall through every crack in the system": geriatrics knowledge of legal professionals. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2014 Apr; 62(4):734-9. Soones T, Ahalt C, Garrigues S, Faigman D, Williams BA. PMID: 24611718.
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    58. How health care reform can transform the health of criminal justice-involved individuals. Health Aff (Millwood). 2014 Mar; 33(3):462-7. Rich JD, Chandler R, Williams BA, Dumont D, Wang EA, Taxman FS, Allen SA, Clarke JG, Greifinger RB, Wildeman C, Osher FC, Rosenberg S, Haney C, Mauer M, Western B. PMID: 24590946.
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    59. Family matters: effects of birth order, culture, and family dynamics on surrogate decision-making. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2014 Jan; 62(1):175-82. Su CT, McMahan RD, Williams BA, Sharma RK, Sudore RL. PMID: 24383459.
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    60. Paying the price: the pressing need for quality, cost, and outcomes data to improve correctional health care for older prisoners. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2013 Nov; 61(11):2013-9. Ahalt C, Trestman RL, Rich JD, Greifinger RB, Williams BA. PMID: 24219203.
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    61. Aging in correctional custody: setting a policy agenda for older prisoner health care. Am J Public Health. 2012 Aug; 102(8):1475-81. Williams BA, Stern MF, Mellow J, Safer M, Greifinger RB. PMID: 22698042.
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    62. Addressing the aging crisis in U.S. criminal justice health care. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2012 Jun; 60(6):1150-6. Williams BA, Goodwin JS, Baillargeon J, Ahalt C, Walter LC. PMID: 22642489.
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    63. Subjective social status and functional decline in older adults. J Gen Intern Med. 2012 Jun; 27(6):693-9. Chen B, Covinsky KE, Stijacic Cenzer I, Adler N, Williams BA. PMID: 22215272.
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    64. How safe is your neighborhood? Perceived neighborhood safety and functional decline in older adults. J Gen Intern Med. 2012 May; 27(5):541-7. Sun VK, Stijacic Cenzer I, Kao H, Ahalt C, Williams BA. PMID: 22160889.
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    65. Discussing overall prognosis with the very elderly. N Engl J Med. 2011 Dec 08; 365(23):2149-51. Smith AK, Williams BA, Lo B. PMID: 22150033.
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    66. Training clinicians and building systems for an aging century. San Francisco Medicine. 2011; 6(27):693-699. Chang A, Chur E, Kao H, Kawahara S, Williams B..
    67. Confined to ignorance: the absence of prisoner information from nationally representative health data sets. J Gen Intern Med. 2012 Feb; 27(2):160-6. Ahalt C, Binswanger IA, Steinman M, Tulsky J, Williams BA. PMID: 21922160.
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    68. Balancing punishment and compassion for seriously ill prisoners. Ann Intern Med. 2011 Jul 19; 155(2):122-6. Williams BA, Sudore RL, Greifinger R, Morrison RS. PMID: 21628351.
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    69. The current state of quality of care measurement in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. J Correct Health Care. 2011 Apr; 17(2):100-21. Teleki SS, Damberg CL, Shaw R, Hiatt L, Williams B, Hill TE, Asch SM. PMID: 21525115.
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    70. Selecting performance indicators for prison health care. J Correct Health Care. 2011 Apr; 17(2):138-49. Asch SM, Damberg CL, Hiatt L, Teleki SS, Shaw R, Hill TE, Benjamin-Johnson R, Eisenman DP, Kulkarni SP, Wang E, Williams B, Yesus A, Grudzen CR. PMID: 21525117.
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    71. Lost in translation: the unintended consequences of advance directive law on clinical care. Ann Intern Med. 2011 Jan 18; 154(2):121-8. Castillo LS, Williams BA, Hooper SM, Sabatino CP, Weithorn LA, Sudore RL. PMID: 21242368.
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    72. The epidemiology of pain during the last 2 years of life. Ann Intern Med. 2010 Nov 02; 153(9):563-9. Smith AK, Cenzer IS, Knight SJ, Puntillo KA, Widera E, Williams BA, Boscardin WJ, Covinsky KE. PMID: 21041575.
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    73. Coming home: health status and homelessness risk of older pre-release prisoners. J Gen Intern Med. 2010 Oct; 25(10):1038-44. Williams BA, McGuire J, Lindsay RG, Baillargeon J, Cenzer IS, Lee SJ, Kushel M. PMID: 20532651.
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    74. Parole revocation among prison inmates with psychiatric and substance use disorders. Psychiatr Serv. 2009 Nov; 60(11):1516-21. Baillargeon J, Williams BA, Mellow J, Harzke AJ, Hoge SK, Baillargeon G, Greifinger RB. PMID: 19880471.
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    75. Medication prescribing practices for older prisoners in the Texas prison system. Am J Public Health. 2010 Apr; 100(4):756-61. Williams BA, Baillargeon JG, Lindquist K, Walter LC, Covinsky KE, Whitson HE, Steinman MA. PMID: 19762661.
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    76. "Below average" self-assessed school performance and Alzheimer's disease in the Aging, Demographics, and Memory Study. Alzheimers Dement. 2009 Sep; 5(5):380-7. Mehta KM, Stewart AL, Langa KM, Yaffe K, Moody-Ayers S, Williams BA, Covinsky KE. PMID: 19751917.
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    77. Caregiving behind bars: correctional officer reports of disability in geriatric prisoners. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2009 Jul; 57(7):1286-92. Williams BA, Lindquist K, Hill T, Baillargeon J, Mellow J, Greifinger R, Walter LC. PMID: 19582902.
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    78. Unraveling the relationship between literacy, language proficiency, and patient-physician communication. Patient Educ Couns. 2009 Jun; 75(3):398-402. Sudore RL, Landefeld CS, Pérez-Stable EJ, Bibbins-Domingo K, Williams BA, Schillinger D. PMID: 19442478.
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    79. Functional limitations, socioeconomic status, and all-cause mortality in moderate alcohol drinkers. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2009 Jun; 57(6):955-62. Lee SJ, Sudore RL, Williams BA, Lindquist K, Chen HL, Covinsky KE. PMID: 19473456.
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    80. A clinical framework for improving the advance care planning process: start with patients' self-identified barriers. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2009 Jan; 57(1):31-9. Schickedanz AD, Schillinger D, Landefeld CS, Knight SJ, Williams BA, Sudore RL. PMID: 19170789.
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    81. Hepatocellular carcinoma prevalence and mortality in a male state prison population. Public Health Rep. 2009 Jan-Feb; 124(1):120-6. Baillargeon J, Snyder N, Soloway RD, Paar D, Baillargeon G, Spaulding AC, Pollock BH, Arcari CM, Williams BA, Raimer BG. PMID: 19413034.
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    82. Psychiatric disorders and repeat incarcerations: the revolving prison door. Am J Psychiatry. 2009 Jan; 166(1):103-9. Baillargeon J, Binswanger IA, Penn JV, Williams BA, Murray OJ. PMID: 19047321.
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    83. Medical emergency department utilization patterns among uninsured patients with psychiatric disorders. Psychiatr Serv. 2008 Jul; 59(7):808-11. Baillargeon J, Thomas CR, Williams B, Begley CE, Sharma S, Pollock BH, Murray OJ, Pulvino JS, Raimer B. PMID: 18587001.
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    84. Elder care in jails and prisons: Are we prepared?. J Correct Health Care. 2008; 4(14):4-6. Williams B, Greifinger R.
    85. Engagement in multiple steps of the advance care planning process: a descriptive study of diverse older adults. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2008 Jun; 56(6):1006-13. Sudore RL, Schickedanz AD, Landefeld CS, Williams BA, Lindquist K, Pantilat SZ, Schillinger D. PMID: 18410324.
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    86. Screening mammography in older women. Effect of wealth and prognosis. Arch Intern Med. 2008 Mar 10; 168(5):514-20. Williams BA, Lindquist K, Sudore RL, Covinsky KE, Walter LC. PMID: 18332298.
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    87. An advance directive redesigned to meet the literacy level of most adults: a randomized trial. Patient Educ Couns. 2007 Dec; 69(1-3):165-95. Sudore RL, Landefeld CS, Barnes DE, Lindquist K, Williams BA, Brody R, Schillinger D. PMID: 17942272.
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    88. Should health studies measure wealth? A systematic review. Am J Prev Med. 2007 Sep; 33(3):250-64. Pollack CE, Chideya S, Cubbin C, Williams B, Dekker M, Braveman P. PMID: 17826585.
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    89. End-stage liver disease in a state prison population. Ann Epidemiol. 2007 Oct; 17(10):808-13. Baillargeon J, Soloway RD, Paar D, Giordano TP, Murray O, Grady J, Williams B, Pulvino J, Raimer BG. PMID: 17689260.
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    90. An electronic medical record intervention increased nursing home advance directive orders and documentation. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2007 Jul; 55(7):1001-6. Lindner SA, Davoren JB, Vollmer A, Williams B, Landefeld CS. PMID: 17608871.
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    91. Functional impairment, race, and family expectations of death. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2006 Nov; 54(11):1682-7. Williams BA, Lindquist K, Moody-Ayers SY, Walter LC, Covinsky KE. PMID: 17087694.
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    92. Use of a modified informed consent process among vulnerable patients: a descriptive study. J Gen Intern Med. 2006 Aug; 21(8):867-73. Sudore RL, Landefeld CS, Williams BA, Barnes DE, Lindquist K, Schillinger D. PMID: 16881949.
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    93. Being old and doing time: functional impairment and adverse experiences of geriatric female prisoners. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2006 Apr; 54(4):702-7. Williams BA, Lindquist K, Sudore RL, Strupp HM, Willmott DJ, Walter LC. PMID: 16686886.
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