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Juliana Elizabeth Morris, M.D.

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Juliana E. Morris, MD, EdM, is a family physician at MGH Chelsea. Prior to entering medicine, Juliana worked in community organizing and immigrant rights advocacy. Her path led her to Harvard Medical School, where she continued organizing and also developed a passion for Critical Race Theory in medical education. She attended the UCSF Family and Community Medicine residency program, then stayed on for two additional years participating in residency education and working in community primary care. In her current role, she combines clinical work in primary care and urgent care with advocacy. She serves as a member of the Healing Justice organizing team at Matahari Women Workers' Center.

Juliana's research and academic interests include antiracism in medicine, health impacts of immigration policies, transformative models of community safety, and integration of community organizing into health systems. Her clinical interest include women's health, working with people with substance use disorders, gender affirming care, and forensic asylum evaluations.

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  1. Olivia Park, Juliana Morris and Rupa Marya. San Francisco Chronicle. The virus does not discriminate, but our social structures do. 2020. View Publication.
  2. Juliana E. Morris, Vanessa Grubbs, Monica Hahn, Stephen Richmond. San Francisco Examiner. Abolish race-based medicine in kidney disease and beyond. 2019. View Publication.
  3. Morris JE. When "Patient-Centered" is Not Enough: A Call for Community-Centered Medicine. Ann Fam Med. 2019 01; 17(1):82-84. PMID: 30670401.
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  4. Morris JE, Pecci C. Erythema nodosum in a postpartum primigravida: a case report. J Obstet Gynaecol. 2019 Apr; 39(3):415-416. PMID: 30422730.
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  5. Morris JE, Cribb Fabersunne C, Scott N, Saldaña F. Teaching to undo structural racism. Med Educ. 2018 05; 52(5):552-553. PMID: 29532947.
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  6. The Health Impacts of Domestic Labor on Women Workers in Massachusetts. Theory in Action. 2017; 2(10):21-40. View Publication.
  7. The ripple effects of deportations in Honduras. Migration Studies. 2017; 1(6):120-139. View Publication.
  8. Displacing Lives and Closing Pathways to Hope: The Health Impacts of Deportation and Return Migration in El Progreso, Honduras. Deportation and Return in a Border-Restricted World, Eds. Roberts B, Menjívar C, Rodríguez, N. 2017. View Publication.
  9. Fazio SB, Demasi M, Farren E, Frankl S, Gottlieb B, Hoy J, Johnson A, Kasper J, Lee P, McCarthy C, Miller K, Morris J, O'Hare K, Rosales R, Simmons L, Smith B, Treadway K, Goodell K, Ogur B. Blueprint for an Undergraduate Primary Care Curriculum. Acad Med. 2016 12; 91(12):1628-1637. PMID: 27415445.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  10. Morris JE, Palazuelos D. The health implications of deportation policy. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2015 May; 26(2):406-9. PMID: 25913338.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.