- Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology
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Dr. Johnson is a clinical psychologist who conducts NIH-funded randomized trials of the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and implementation of mental health and substance use interventions for high-risk women (including perinatal women) and justice-involved populations (such as prisoners and jail detainees). She has been Principal Investigator of 8 NIH awards, with overall total costs of more than $14 million. She has extensive expertise as a PI of community-based mental health and substance use intervention effectiveness trials (e.g., U01 MH106660, R01 MH095230, R01 AA021732, R34 MH094188, R34 DA030428, K23 DA021159). Her primary research goal is to improve mental health and substance use care for justice-involved individuals. In this work, cost, policy, and dissemination/implementation issues and barriers are salient. Therefore, many of her trials directly target cost, policy, and other barriers to the implementation of evidence-based practice in real-world, under-resourced, highly political justice settings. She has extensive experience with effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and implementation trial designs (e.g., U01 MH106660; R01 MH095230), as well as with quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods analyses.
- Provider Experiences with Prison Care and Aftercare for Women with Co-occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Treatment, Resource, and Systems Integration Challenges. Johnson JE, Schonbrun YC, Peabody ME, Shefner RT, Fernandes KM, et al. The journal of behavioral health services & research. 2015; 42(4):417-36. NIHMSID: NIHMS572816
- Feasibility of an HIV/STI Risk-Reduction Program for Incarcerated Women Who Have Experienced Interpersonal Violence. Johnson JE, Peabody ME, Wechsberg WM, Rosen RK, Fernandes K, et al. Journal of interpersonal violence. 2015; 30(18):3244-66. NIHMSID: NIHMS608622
- Exploitation of prisoners in clinical research: perceptions of study participants. Christopher PP, Stein MD, Johnson JE, Rich JD, Friedmann PD, et al. IRB: Ethics and Human Research. Forthcoming
- Sex trading among hazardously drinking jailed women. Chatav Schonbrun YC, Johnson JE, Anderson BJ, Stein M. Women and Criminal Justice. Forthcoming
- An exploratory study of therapeutic misconception among incarcerated clinical trial participants. Christopher P, Stein MD, Springer SA, Rich JD, Johnson JE, et al. AJOB Empirical Bioethics. 2016; 7(1):24-30.