My broad research interests relate to social movements, emotions, and identity.
I have a background in both psychology and health sciences. Much of my past research has focused on social inequities and their relationship to mental health. Please see my list of publications:
Goldman-Hasbun J, Kerr T, Shulha H, Nosova E, Wood E, & DeBeck K. Initiation into Heroin Use Among Youth Who are Street-Involved in a Canadian Setting. Drug and Alcohol Dependence (In Press).
Wada M, Suto MJ, Lee, M, Sanders D, Sun C, Le, TN., Goldman-Hasbun J, & Chauhan, S., (2019). University students’ perspectives on mental illness stigma. Mental Health & Prevention, 14, p.200159. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mph.2019.200159.
Goldman-Hasbun J, Nosova, E, Kerr T, Wood E, & DeBeck K. (2018). Homelessness and Incarceration Associated with Relapse into Hard Drug Use Among Youth who are Street-Involved in Vancouver, Canada. Drug and Alcohol Review. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/dar.12921
Goldman-Hasbun J, Nosova E, DeBeck K, Dahlby L, & Kerr T. (2018) Food Insufficiency is Associated with Depression Among Street-Involved Youth in a Canadian Setting. Public Health Nutrition. doi: 10.1017/S1368980018002574.
Lee M, Wada M, Carter K, Goldman-Hasbun J, Le T, Pang M, Ma C, Hambler P, Sun C, & Jung D. (2018). Conducting a University Student Mental Health Needs Assessment Using a Participatory Action Research Approach. Sage Research Methods Cases. doi: 10.4135/9781526446664.
Goldman-Hasbun, J., DeBeck, K., Buxton, J. A., Nosova, E., Wood, E., & Kerr, T. (2017). Knowledge and possession of take-home naloxone kits among street-involved youth in a Canadian setting: a cohort study. Harm Reduct J, 14(1), 79. doi:10.1186/s12954-017-0206-6.
Four Year Fellowship (2018), University of British Columbia
Faculty of Health Sciences Entrance Scholarship (2016), Simon Fraser University
My doctoral work is supervised by Dr. Catherine Corrigall-Brown. I am also working closely with Dr. Seth Abrutyn.