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SJHE Publications and Presentations


Conference Presentations

  • Mathis WS. “Mapping and Data in a Social Justice Curriculum.” Association of Academic Psychiatry, Presidential Plenary Presentation, Virtual, 2021.
  • Cyrus KD, Jordan A, Stransky AD, DeSouza FAR, Mathis WS, Balasuriya L, Rohrbaugh RM. The Time Is Now for Change: Using Urgency to Create Revolutionary Social Justice Education in the Yale Psychiatry Residency Program. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting. New York, May 2018 (Workshop)
  • Wang R, Sudak D, Bromage B, Mathis WS, Barnes C. The Community as Teacher: Structural Competency Curricula in Diverse Training Environments. American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training (AADPRT) Annual Meeting. San Diego, February 2019 (Workshop)
  • Mathis WS. Case Study: New Haven – A Web-based Mapping Tool for Teaching About the Social Determinants of Health and Their Integration into Clinical Care. Association for Academic Psychiatry Annual Meeting. Boston, September 2019 (Workshop).
  • Black C, Anderson N, Shen A, Roxas N, Ho P. Social Justice in Psychiatry Clerkship Education: An Evidence-Based Counternarrative to the Policing of Mental Healthcare. Association of Directions of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry (ADMSEP). San Diego, June 2023 (Workshop)


  • Mathis WS, Cyrus K, Jordan A, Rohrbaugh R. Introducing a structural competency framework for psychiatry residents: drawing your neighborhood. Academic Psychiatry 2019, 43(6): 635-638.
  • Bromage B, Encandela JA, Cranford M, Diaz E, Williamson B, Spell VT, Rohrbaugh RM. Understanding health disparities through the eyes of community members: A structural competency education intervention. Academic Psychiatry 2018, 43(2): 244-247.
  • Jegarl A, Jegede O, Isom J, Ciarleglio N, Black C. Psychotic Misdiagnosis of Racially Minoritized Patients: A Case-Based Ethics, Equity, and Educational Exploration. Harvard Review of Psychiatry 2023, 31(1):28-36.
  • Okani C, Black C. Comment on: Risk factors for workplace encounters with weapons by hospital employees. Public Health in Practice 2022; 3:100256.
  • Black C, Ramos M, Anderson N. From “Bad Blood” to “Racial Disparities:” Will Geriatric Psychiatrists Transcend the Wrongdoings of Tuskegee?. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2022, 30(8):851-853.
  • Black C, Isom J. Response to “Should Clinicians Be Activists”. AMA Journal of Ethics 2022, 24(7):E694-696.
  • Black C, Shamaskin-Garroway A, Arquilla M, Roessler E, Wilkin K. Undoing Institutional and Racial Trauma through Interprofessional Trauma-Informed Education. AMA Journal of Ethics 2023, 25(5):E324-331.
  • Kemp D, Black C, Isom J. Racism, Psychosis, and Ethnicities of Black Americans. Psychiatric Services 2023; 74(12):1217.


  • Mathis WS, Almasude E. Social determinants and structural contexts of prescribing. In: Cahill J, Gallagher K, editors. Psychiatric Prescribing: The How, The Why and the Why Not. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Almasude E, Mathis WS. Within and beyond the clinic. In: Cahill J, Gallagher K, editors. Psychiatric Prescribing: The How, The Why and the Why Not. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Rohrbaugh R, Bromage W, Encandela J, Spell V, Williamson B, Mathis WS. Allying with our Neighbors to teach structural competence: the Yale department of psychiatry structural competency community initiative. In: Hansen H, Metzl J, editors. Structural Competency in Mental Health and Medicine. New York, NY: Springer International: 2019; p. 159-166.
  • Black C, Isom J, Cerdeña I. Health Equity Principles at the Intersection of Psychiatry and the Law. In: Wasser T, editor. Psychiatry and the Law: Basic Principles, 2nd Edition. Cham: Springer International Publishing: 2023; in press.