Julia Goldman-Hasbun

PhD Candidate

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology, University of British Columbia, Expected 2022

Master of Public Health, Simon Fraser University, 2018

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of British Columbia, 2014

Research

My broad research interests relate to social movements, emotions, and identity.


Publications

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 & Prevention14, 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.


Awards

Four Year Fellowship (2018), University of British Columbia

Faculty of Health Sciences Entrance Scholarship (2016), Simon Fraser University


Graduate Supervision

My doctoral work is supervised by Dr. Catherine Corrigall-Brown. I am also working closely with Dr. Seth Abrutyn.


Julia Goldman-Hasbun

PhD Candidate

Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology, University of British Columbia, Expected 2022

Master of Public Health, Simon Fraser University, 2018

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of British Columbia, 2014

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 & Prevention14, 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.

Julia Goldman-Hasbun

PhD Candidate

Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology, University of British Columbia, Expected 2022

Master of Public Health, Simon Fraser University, 2018

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of British Columbia, 2014

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 & Prevention14, 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.