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Crystal M. James JD, MPH

Dept. Head/Associate Professor

Curriculum Vitae


                                                                        

INSTITUTION AND LOCATION

DEGREE

GRADUATION YEAR

MAJOR

University of Houston

JD

1998

Law

Emory University

MPH

1996

Envir. & Occup. Health

Clark Atlanta University

BS

1994

Biology

Defining Health Security in the United States

Public Health Messaging and Emergency Management

Legal Intervention’s impact on the health of minority populations

Trust/Trustworthiness of public health messaging and how African Americans attend to health messages

Environmental Health Sciences

Introduction to Health Administration, Policy & Law

Public Health Leadership & Emergency Management

      Program Planning & Evaluation

Webb, L, James, C, Abdalla, E, Sodeke, S, Alexander, D, Elhussin, I, “Evaluating Tuskegee University’s Ongoing Response Strategy to Mitigate Direct and Indirect Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic by using an Integrative Framework Analysis” Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities. COVID-19 Special Edition (Accepted)

Elhussin, I, Nganwa D, Peaster R, Egiebor O, James C, Heath J, Webb L, Abdalla E. “Disparities in Cervical Cancer Treatment Options between African American (Black) and White Women in Alabama”. Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities. Vol. X, No 1, (2020) p. 61-83.

Egiebor O, Elhussin, I, Nganwa D, Peaster R, James C, Heath J, Webb L, Abdalla E. “The Impact of Race and Geographical Location on the Treatment Options of Cervical Cancer in Black and White Women Living in the State of Alabama” Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities. Vol. X, No 1, (2020) p. 41-60.

Warren R, Walker B, Maclin S, Miles-Richardson, Tarver W, James C.  “Respecting and Protecting the Beloved Community Especially Susceptible and Vulnerable Populations” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. Vol. 22, No. 3 (August, 2011) p. 2-31.

James C, Robinson, Jr. E, Prelude to a Revolution: Expanding the Power of the Black Lives Matters Movement to Decrease Deaths Caused by Legal Intervention in the United States” Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities. Vol. II, No. 1 (2017) p. 93- 100.

James C, Ramirez N, “Ethical Leadership and Authentic Partnership: A Road Map to Culture of Health in the Deep South” Proceedings from (February 5th - 8th 2017) conference entitled, Examining Ethical and Other Implications for a Culture of Health in the Context of the Deep South.