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Dallas Augustine

Title(s)Research Analyst, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CAPhD Candidate12/2020Criminology, Law and Society
    University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CAMA06/2011Urban and Regional Planning
    New York University, New York, NYBA05/2008

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    Dallas Augustine is a Research Associate with Amend at UCSF. With Amend, Dallas evaluates the program's efforts to change correctional culture and improve health for people who live and work in prisons.

    She is also a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Criminology, Law, and Society at UC Irvine, where her dissertation research examines the prevalence and experiences of coercive work for people on parole. Her research broadly addresses issues of punishment and inequality, particularly during reentry after incarceration or in solitary confinement.

    She also serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the Orange County Needle Exchange Program, the first syringe exchange in Orange County, CA. In addition to harm reduction health services, has conducted research on access to contraception for women who use drugs, syringe litter, and client experiences with policing.

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    1. Occupational Health: A Key to the Control of COVID-19 in Correctional Facilities. Ann Intern Med. 2020 Jul 27. Sears D, Ahalt C, Augustine D, Williams B. PMID: 32716628.
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    2. Medical Isolation and Solitary Confinement: Balancing Health and Humanity in US Jails and Prisons During COVID-19. J Gen Intern Med. 2020 09; 35(9):2738-2742. Cloud DH, Ahalt C, Augustine D, Sears D, Williams B. PMID: 32632787.
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    3. Moving Beyond Recidivism: Expanding Approaches to Research on Prisoner Reentry and Recidivism, eds. Andrea Leverentz, Elsa Chen, and Johnna Christian. Rethinking Social Support: The Importance of Social Interaction During Reentry. 2020; 197-218. Naomi F Sugie, Dallas Augustine.. View Publication.
    4. Health Affairs Blog. Correctional Facilities in the Shadow of COVID-19: Unique Challenges and Proposed Solutions. 2020. Brie Williams, Cyrus Ahalt, David H. Cloud, Dallas Augustine, Leah Rorvig, David Sears.View Publication.
    5. Psychological Distress in Solitary Confinement: Symptoms, Severity, and Prevalence in the United States, 2017-2018. Am J Public Health. 2020 01; 110(S1):S56-S62. Reiter K, Ventura J, Lovell D, Augustine D, Barragan M, Blair T, Chesnut K, Dashtgard P, Gonzalez G, Pifer N, Strong J. PMID: 31967876.
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    6. Employer aversion to criminal records: An experimental study of mechanisms. Criminology. 2019; 58(1):5-34. Naomi F. Sugie, Noah D. Zatz, Dallas Augustine.. View Publication.
    7. Working around the Law: Navigating Legal Barriers to Employment during Reentry. Law and Social Inquiry. 2019; 44(3):726-751. Dallas Augustine.. View Publication.
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