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  • Jacoby, Sara,

    Jacoby, S.F., Robinson, A., Webster, J.R., Morrison, C.M., & Richmond, T.S. (in press). The feasibility and acceptability of mobile health monitoring for real-time assessment of traumatic injury outcomes, mHealth.

  • Jacoby, Sara,

    Aronowitz, S., Richmond, T.S., Compton, P.A., & Jacoby, S.F. (in press). Is it “true” pain? Pain treatment discharge planning for seriously injured patients. Ethnicity & Disease. https://doi.org/10.18865/ed.31.1.139.

  • Jacoby, Sara, In Press

    Jacoby, S.F. Branas, C.C., Holena, D.N., & Kaufman, E.J. (in press). The broader consequences of prehospital transport by police for penetrating trauma. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery Open.

  • Jacoby, Sara, 2020

    Jacoby, S.F., Rich, J., Webster, J., & Richmond, T.S. (2020). “Sharing things with people that I don’t even know”: Help-seeking for psychological symptoms in injured Black men in Philadelphia. Ethnicity & Health, 25:6, 777-795.

  • Jacoby, Sara, 2020

    Beard, J., Jacoby, S.F., James, R., Dong, B., Seamon, M., Maher, Z., Goldberg, A. & Morrison, C. (2019) Examining mass shootings from a neighborhood perspective: An analysis of multiple-causalty events and media reporting in Philadelphia, United States. Preventative Medicine, 129:105856.

  • Jacoby, Sara, 2020

    Jacoby, S.F., Reeping, P. & Branas, C.C. (2020). Police-to-Hospital Transport for Violently Injured Individuals: A Way to Save Lives?. The Annals of the Academy of Political and Social Science, 687(1): 186-201.

  • Jacoby, Sara, 2018

    Jacoby, S.F., Dong, B., Beard, J.H., Wiebe, D.J., & Morrison, C.N. (2018). The enduring impact of historical and structural racism on urban violence in Philadelphia.Social Science and Medicine. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.05.038.

  • Jacoby, Sara, 2018

    Jacoby, S.F., Richmond, T.S., Holena, D.N., & Kaufman, E.J. (2018). A safe haven for the injured? Urban trauma care at the intersection of healthcare, law enforcement, and race. Social Science and Medicine, 199: 115-122.

  • Jacoby, Sara, 2017

    Jacoby, S F. (2017). The insight and challenge of reflexive practice in an ethnographic study of black traumatically injured patients in Philadelphia. Nursing Inquiry, 24(3).

  • Jacoby, Sara, 2017

    Jacoby, S. F., Tach, L., Wiebe, D., Guerra, T., & Richmond, T. (2017). The health status and well-being of low-resource, housing-unstable, single-parent families living in violent neighborhoods in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Health and Social Care in the Community, 25(2): 578-589.