Julia Brown, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Institute for Health & Aging
SchoolSchool of Nursing
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    Australian National University, CanberraPhD2018Anthropology
    Australian National University, CanberraBSc/BA (Hons1)2012Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology

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    Julia Brown is a Postdoctoral Scholar in Bioethics and Innovative Technologies. Her interests are health equity, social and biological interactions, and the ethics of biotechnology, including psychotropic drug treatments, pharmacogenomics and machine learning for newborn screening. Julia has worked in Australian government public health policy, academic health services research, and public anthropology. Julia’s PhD in anthropology from the Australian National University (2018) examined clozapine treatment for schizophrenia in Australia and the United Kingdom. She continues to research and write about psychosis, health agency and approaches to caregiving. Julia is also affiliated with the Centre for Global Mental Health at University of California, San Diego.

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    1. The impact of public health palliative care interventions on health system outcomes: A systematic review. Palliat Med. 2020 Dec 23; 269216320981722. Collins A, Brown JEH, Mills J, Philip J. PMID: 33353507.
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    2. Relegating Psychosis: Blood Work and "Routine Connection" in the Clozapine Clinic. Cult Med Psychiatry. 2020 Jun; 44(2):263-285. Brown JEH. PMID: 31598807.
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    3. Can e-cigarettes improve the well-being of people with mental health disorders? Int J Drug Policy. 2019 11; 73:170-171. Brown JEH, Gartner C, Carter A. PMID: 31350106.
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    4. Raising Health Expectations for Schizophrenia Patients. Anthropology News. 2018; 59(5):e81-e86. Brown, JEH. View Publication.
    5. 'Doing things little by little': Smoking and vaping while being pharmaceutically treated for schizophrenia. Anthropological Forum. 2018; 28(2):158-170. Brown, JEH. View Publication.
    6. Actively Negotiating the Mind-Body Divide: How Clozapine-Treated Schizophrenia Patients Make Health for Themselves. Cult Med Psychiatry. 2017 Sep; 41(3):368-381. Brown JEH, Dennis S. PMID: 28074346.
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    7. Well-being in clozapine-treated schizophrenia patients: The significance of positive symptoms. Compr Psychiatry. 2016 07; 68:140-6. Brown JE, Mezquida G, Fernandez-Egea E. PMID: 27234195.
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