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Metzl, JM, Petty JP, Olowojobab, OV. Using a structural competency framework to teach structural racism in pre-health education. Social Science and Medicine. Published ahead of print, June 22, 2017.
Petty JP, Metzl JM. Developing and Evaluating an Innovative Structural Competency Curriculum for Pre-Health Students. Journal of Medical Humanities. Published ahead of print, June 1, 2017, doi:10.1007/s10912-017-9449-1.
Donald, Cameron A. MS; DasGupta, Sayantani MD, MPH; Metzl, Jonathan M. MD, PhD; Eckstrand, Kristen L. MD, PhD. Queer Frontiers in Medicine: A Structural Competency Approach. Academic Medicine 92(3):345-350, March 2017.
Hansen, H, Metzl, JM. New Medicine for the U.S. Health Care System: Training Physicians for Structural Interventions. Academic Medicine 92(3):279-281, March 2017.
Metzl JM, Petty JP. Integrating Structural Competency Into an Innovative Pre-Health Curriculum at Vanderbilt University. Academic Medicine 92(3):354-359, March 2017.
Metzl, JM, McLelland, S, Bergner E. Conflations of Marital Status and Sanity: Implicit Heterosexist Bias in Psychiatric Diagnosis in Physician-Dictated Charts at a Midwestern Medical Center. Yale J Biol Med. 2016 Jun; 89(2): 247–254.
Metzl, JM. “Well-Being and Being Safe: Do Guns Change Social Interactions? A Missouri Case Study,” In Harward, D, ed, Well-Being and Higher Education: A Strategy for Change and the Realization of Education’s Greater Purposes AAC&U Press, 2016.
Andrews L, Metzl JM. “Reading the image of race: Neurocriminology, medical imaging technologies, and literary intervention.” In Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016: 242-59.
Hansen H, Metzl JM. Structural Competency in the U.S. Healthcare Crisis: Putting Social and Policy Interventions Into Clinical Practice. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 2016 (5): 1-5,
Metzl, JM. “Living and Dying in Mental Health: Guns, Race, and the Politics of Schizophrenic Violence.” In Clara Han and Veena Das, eds., Anthropology of Living and Dying in the Contemporary World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press .
Metzl JM. “Mental Illness, Gun Violence, and (Misguided) Policy Interventions.” Policy People 2015, 23 (10).
Metzl JM. Gun Violence, Stigma, and Mental Illness: Clinical Implications. Psychiatric Times, special issue on Trauma and Violence. 2015, XXXII (3): 54-57.
Metzl JM. Metzl Responds, Seasonal Influence on Mass Shootings. Am J Public Health: May 2016, Vol. 106, No. 5, pp. 15-17. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2016.303173
Metzl JM, MacLeish, KT. Mental Illness, Mass Shootings, and the Politics of American Firearms. Am J Public Health. 2015;105(2):240-249:
Metzl, JM and Roberts, D. “Structural Competency Meets Structural Racism: Race, Politics, and the Structure of Medical Knowledge.” American Medical Association Journal of Ethics 2014, 16(9): 674-90.
Metzl, JM. “Living and Dying in Mental Health: Guns, Race, and the Politics of Schizophrenic Violence.” In Clara Han and Veena Das, eds., Anthropology of Living and Dying in the Contemporary World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press [forthcoming].
Metzl, JM. “Race and Mental Health.” In Tess Jones and Delise Wear, eds, The Health Humanities Reader. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2014, 261-67.
Metzl, JM and Hansen, HH. “Structural Competency: theorizing a new medical engagement with stigma and inequality.” Social Science & Medicine 2014, 103: 126-133.
Metzl, JM. “Structural Health, and the Politics of African American Masculinity.” American Journal of Men’s Health 2013, 7(4): 69-72.
Metzl, JM and MacLeish, K. “Triggering the Debate: Faulty Associations Between Violence and Mental Illness Underlie U.S. Gun Control Efforts.” Risk and Regulation 2013, 25: 8-10.
Metzl, JM.. “Structural Competency.” American Quarterly 2012, 64 (2): 213-18.
Metzl, JM. “Mainstream Anxieties about Race in Antipsychotic Drug Ads.” American Medical Association Journal of Ethics 2012, 14 (6):494-502.
Metzl, JM. “Should the Mentally Ill Bear Arms?: Mental Illness Stigma in the Aftermath of Tucson.” Lancet 2011; 377: 2172-73.
Metzl, JM. “Le Prozac et la Narration Sexuée de L’espoir,” In, A. Leibing et Virginie Tournay (dir.), Technologies de L’espoir. Les débats publics autour de l’innovation médicale – un objet anthropologique à définir (Presses Universitaires de Laval, collection “Société, cultures et santé, 2010).
Metzl, JM. “The Humanities Do Not Soften Hard Science: Biocultures and the Medical Humanities,” PMLA 2009; 24(3): 951-953.
Metzl, JM. “If DTC Ads Come to Europe: Lessons from the American Marketplace.” Lancet 2007; 369: 704-06.
Metzl, JM, and Herzig, R. “Medicalization in the 21st Century.” Lancet 2007; 369: 697-98.
Metzl, JM, and Howell, JD. “GREAT MOMENTS: Authenticity, Ideology, and the Telling of Medical ‘History.’” Literature and Medicine 2006; 25(2):502–521.
Metzl, JM, and Howell, JD. “Making History: Lessons from the Great Moments Series of Pharmaceutical Advertisements.” Academic Medicine 2004; 79(11): 1027-32.
Metzl, JM. “From Scopophilia to ‘Survivor’: A Brief History of Voyeurism, 1950-2004.” Textual Practice 2004; 18(3): 415-34.
Metzl, JM, and Poirier,S. “Multiculturalism in Medicine.” Literature and Medicine 2004; 23(1): 6-12.
Metzl, JM: “The Pharmaceutical Gaze: Psychiatry, Scopophilia, and Psychotropic Medication Advertising, 1964-1985” in Friedman, ed., Cultural Sutures: Medicine and the Media, 2004 Durham: Duke University Press: 15-36.
Metzl, JM. “Voyeur Nation? Changing Definitions of Voyeurism, 1950-2004.” Harvard Review of Psychiatry 2004; 12(2): 127-31.
Metzl, JM, Angel, J. “Assessing the Impact of SSRI Antidepressants on Popular Notions of Women’s Depressive Illness.” Social Science and Medicine 2004; 58(3): 577-584.
Metzl, JM. “Understanding Psychotropic Medications as Literary Symbols.” Virtual Mentor: Ethics Journal of the American Medical Association 2003; 5 (10).
Metzl, JM. “‘Mother’s Little Helper’: The Crisis of Psychoanalysis and the Miltown Resolution” Gender and History 2003; 15 (2): 240-67.
Metzl, JM and Riba, M. “Understanding the Symbolic Values of Psychotropic Medications,” Primary Psychiatry, 2003 10 (7).
Metzl, JM and Howel, JD. “Depression and Art: Albrecht Dürer’s Melencolia, I,” Academic Medicine 2003; 78 (4): 383-84.
Metzl, JM. “Selling Sanity Through Gender: Psychiatry and the Dynamics of Pharmaceutical Advertising,” Journal of Medical Humanities 2003; 24 (1): 79-103.
Metzl, JM: “Prozac, and the Pharmacokinetics of Narrative Form,” SIGNS: The Journal of Women, Culture, and Society 2002; 27 (2): 347-380.