Alisa K. Lincoln, PhD
Adjunct Professor
Boston University School of Public Health
Dept of Community Health Sciences

PhD, Columbia University
MPH, Boston University School of Public Health




Dr. Alisa K. Lincoln, PhD has engaged in research about public mental health for more than a decade and has received more than four million dollars in federal research funds for her effort. She has received a fellowship and grant from the NIH and previously worked at the Northeastern Institute on Urban Health Research. Currently, she serves as an Adjunct for the Boston University School of Public Health. Dr. Lincoln’s research focuses on the ways in which social factors and system level factors inter-relate to perpetuate mental health disparities.

Adjunct Associate Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Psychiatry


Professor
Northeastern University
Health Sciences and Sociology


Boston Medical Center




B-CAMHP (Boston Community Academic Mental Health Partnership)
04/01/2006 - 09/30/2008 (PI)
NIH/National Institute of Mental Health
5 R21 MH076740 02

Psychiatric Emergency Room Care: Staff Perspectives
09/21/2005 - 06/30/2008 (PI)
NIH/National Institute of Mental Health
5 R34 MH73116 03

Evaluation of the Children’s Mental Health Initiative
07/01/2003 - 09/30/2007 (PI)
Connecticut Health Foundation


BMC Access Project
06/01/2003 - 11/30/2006 (PI)
SAMHSA
5 H79T1014028-03 A


Title


Yr Title Project-Sub Proj Pubs
2018 Exploring Pathways Among Discrimination and Health Among Somali Young Adults 5R21MD012405-02
2017 Exploring Pathways Among Discrimination and Health Among Somali Young Adults 1R21MD012405-01
2014 The Meaning and Impact of Limited Literacy for People with Serious Mental Illness 5R01MH096707-03 1
2013 The Meaning and Impact of Limited Literacy for People with Serious Mental Illness 5R01MH096707-02 1
2012 The Meaning and Impact of Limited Literacy for People with Serious Mental Illness 1R01MH096707-01 1
2010 Transition Age Youth and the Boston Community Academic Mental Health Partnership 5R21MH083038-02 1
2009 Transition Age Youth and the Boston Community Academic Mental Health Partnership 1R21MH083038-01A1 1
2007 Psychiatric Emergency Room Care: Staff Perspectives 7R34MH073116-04 1
2007 Psychiatric Emergency Room Care: Staff Perspectives 5R34MH073116-03 1
2006 Boston Community Academic Mental Health Partnership 1R21MH076740-01
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  1. Eyllon M, Vallas SP, Dennerlein JT, Garverich S, Weinstein D, Owens K, Lincoln AK. Mental Health Stigma and Wellbeing Among Commercial Construction Workers: A Mixed Methods Study. J Occup Environ Med. 2020 Aug; 62(8):e423-e430. PMID: 32541624
     
  2. Ellis BH, Decker SH, Abdi SM, Miller AB, Barrett C, Lincoln AK. A Qualitative Examination of How Somali Young Adults Think About and Understand Violence in Their Communities. J Interpers Violence. 2020 May 13; 886260520918569. PMID: 32401157
     
  3. Garverich S, Prener CG, Guyer ME, Lincoln AK. What matters: Factors impacting the recovery process among outpatient mental health service users. Psychiatr Rehabil J. 2020 Apr 09. PMID: 32271072
     
  4. Scoglio AAJ, Adams WE, Lincoln AK. Meaning and Management of Multiple Medications Among Public Mental Health Service Users. Community Ment Health J. 2020 02; 56(2):313-321. PMID: 31646406
     
  5. Adams WE, Lincoln AK. Forensic peer specialists: Training, employment, and lived experience. Psychiatr Rehabil J. 2020 Sep; 43(3):189-196. PMID: 31621351
     
  6. Beatriz ED, Lincoln AK, Alder J, Daley N, Simmons F, Ibeh K, Figueroa C, Molnar BE. Evaluation of a Teen Dating Violence Prevention Intervention among Urban Middle-School Youth Using Youth Participatory Action Research: Lessons Learned from Start Strong Boston. J Fam Violence. 2018 Nov; 33(8):563-578. PMID: 31341349
     
  7. Thomson S, Galletly C, Prener C, Garverich S, Liu D, Lincoln AK. HEALTH LITERACY IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA ATTENDING COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CLINICS. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 2018; 44(suppl_1):s137-s137. View Publication
  8. Alhomaizi D, Alsaidi S, Moalie A, Muradwij N, Borba C, Lincoln AK. An Exploration of the Help-Seeking Behaviors of Arab-Muslims Living in the US: A Socioecological Model. Journal of Muslim Mental Health. 2017; 11(1). View Publication
  9. Lincoln A, Adams W, Eyllon M, Garverich S, Prener C, Griffith J, Paasche-Orlow M, Hopper K. The Double Stigma of Limited Literacy and Mental Illness: Examining Barriers to Recovery and Participation among Public Mental Health Service Users. Society and Mental Health. 2017. View Publication
  10. Lincoln AK, Lazarevic V, White MT, Ellis BH. The Impact of Acculturation Style and Acculturative Hassles on the Mental Health of Somali Adolescent Refugees. J Immigr Minor Health. 2016 Aug; 18(4):771-8. PMID: 26048358; PMCID: PMC4670815; DOI: 10.1007/s10903-015-0232-y;
     
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This graph shows the total number of publications by year, by first, middle/unknown, or last author.

Bar chart showing 55 publications over 17 distinct years, with a maximum of 11 publications in 2010

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In addition to these self-described keywords below, a list of MeSH based concepts is available here.

public health
mental health
substance abuse
homelessness
health and social disparities
literacy
community-based participatory action research
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