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Joel Braslow, M.D., Ph.D.

Work Email Address:
braslow@ucla.edu

Mailing Address:
UCLA Psychr and Behavorial Sciences
BOX 957082, UCLA Wilshire Cntr, Ste 300
Los Angeles, CA 90095
UNITED STATES

Main Office
10920 Wilshere Blvd
Ste 300
Los Angeles, CA 90024
UNITED STATES

Work Phone Number:
(800) 825-9989
310-794-2930



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Department / Division Affiliations
Professor, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Member, Brain Research Institute, CTSI, Center for Health Services and Society

Publications:

Bromley Elizabeth, Gabrielian Sonya, Brekke Benjamin, Pahwa Rohini, Daly Kathleen A, Brekke John S, Braslow Joel T Experiencing Community: Perspectives of Individuals Diagnosed as Having Serious Mental Illness. Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.). 2013; .
Braslow Joel Tupper The manufacture of recovery. Annual review of clinical psychology. 2013; 9: 781-809.
Lizaola Elizabeth, Schraiber Ron, Braslow Joel, Kataoka Sheryl, Springgate Benjamin F, Wells Kenneth B, Jones Loretta The Partnered Research Center for Quality Care: developing infrastructure to support community-partnered participatory research in mental health. Ethnicity & disease. 2011; 21(3 Suppl 1): S1-58-70.
Bromley Elizabeth, Braslow Joel T Teaching critical thinking in psychiatric training: a role for the social sciences. The American journal of psychiatry. 2008; 165(11): 1396-401.
Braslow Joel T, Duan Naihua, Starks Sarah L, Polo Antonio, Bromley Elizabeth, Wells Kenneth B Generalizability of studies on mental health treatment and outcomes, 1981 to 1996. Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.). 2005; 56(10): 1261-8.
Braslow Joel T, Starks Sarah Linsley The making of contemporary American psychiatry, Part 2: therapeutics and gender before and after World War II. History of psychology. 2005; 8(3): 271-88.
Starks Sarah Linsley, Braslow Joel T The making of contemporary American psychiatry, part 1: patients, treatments, and therapeutic rationales before and after World War II. History of psychology. 2005; 8(2): 176-93.
Kravitz Richard L, Duan Naihua, Braslow Joel Evidence-based medicine, heterogeneity of treatment effects, and the trouble with averages. The Milbank quarterly. 2004; 82(4): 661-87.
Sherman Scott E, Chapman Audree, Garcia Daniel, Braslow Joel T Improving recognition of depression in primary care: a study of evidence-based quality improvement. Joint Commission journal on quality and safety. 2004; 30(2): 80-8.