Janet Shim, PhD

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  • Professor, UCSF School of Nursing

Biography

Areas of Interest: Sociology of health and illness; social inequalities in health; science, technology, and medicine studies; race, gender, and class; qualitative research methods.

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  1. Park LG, Collins EG, Shim JK, Whooley MA. Comparing Mobile Health Strategies to Improve Medication Adherence for Veterans With Coronary Heart Disease (Mobile4Meds): Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR Res Protoc. 2017 Jul 18; 6(7):e134. View on Pubmed
  2. Dubbin L, McLemore M, Shim JK. Illness Narratives of African Americans Living With Coronary Heart Disease: A Critical Interactionist Analysis. Qual Health Res. 2016 Apr 26. View on Pubmed
  3. Grzanka PR, Brian JD, Shim JK. My Bioethics Will Be Intersectional or It Will Be [Bleep]. Am J Bioeth. 2016 Apr; 16(4):27-9. View on Pubmed
  4. Darling KW, Ackerman SL, Hiatt RH, Lee SS, Shim JK. Enacting the molecular imperative: How gene-environment interaction research links bodies and environments in the post-genomic age. Soc Sci Med. 2016 Apr; 155:51-60. View on Pubmed
  5. Chang J, Dubbin L, Shim J. Negotiating substance use stigma: the role of cultural health capital in provider-patient interactions. Sociol Health Illn. 2016 Jan; 38(1):90-108. View on Pubmed
  6. Stephens C, Halifax E, Bui N, Lee SJ, Harrington C, Shim J, Ritchie C. Provider Perspectives on the Influence of Family on Nursing Home Resident Transfers to the Emergency Department: Crises at the End of Life. Curr Gerontol Geriatr Res. 2015; 2015:893062. View on Pubmed
  7. Shim JK, Ackerman SL, Darling KW, Hiatt RA, Lee SS. Race and ancestry in the age of inclusion: technique and meaning in post-genomic science. J Health Soc Behav. 2014 Dec; 55(4):504-18. View on Pubmed
  8. Shim JK, Darling KW, Lappe MD, Thomson LK, Lee SS, Hiatt RA, Ackerman SL. Homogeneity and heterogeneity as situational properties: producing--and moving beyond?--race in post-genomic science. Soc Stud Sci. 2014 Aug; 44(4):579-99. View on Pubmed
  9. Dubbin LA, Chang JS, Shim JK. Cultural health capital and the interactional dynamics of patient-centered care. Soc Sci Med. 2013 Sep; 93:113-20. View on Pubmed
  10. Yen IH, Shim JK, Martinez AD, Barker JC. Older people and social connectedness: how place and activities keep people engaged. J Aging Res. 2012; 2012:139523. View on Pubmed
  11. Clarke AE and Shim JK. Handbook of the Sociology of Health, Illness, and Healing: Blueprint for the 21st Century, edited by Pescosolido B, Martin JK, McLeod JD, and Rogers A. Medicalization and biomedicalization revisited: Technoscience and transformations of health, illness, and American medicine. 2011; 173-99.
  12. Yen IH, Shim JK, Martinez AD. Rethinking Social Epidemiology: Towards a Science of Change, edited by O’Campo P and Dunn J. Application of two schools of social theory for neighbourhood, place, and health research. 2011; 157-74.
  13. Shim JK. Cultural health capital: A theoretical approach to understanding health care interactions and the dynamics of unequal treatment. J Health Soc Behav. 2010 Mar; 51(1):1-15. View on Pubmed
  14. Shim JK. The stratified biomedicalization of heart disease: Expert and lay perspectives on racial and class inequality. Biomedicalization: Technoscience, Health and Illness in the U.S., edited by Adele E. Clarke, Laura Mamo, Jennifer R. Fosket, Jennifer R. Fishman, and Janet K. Shim. 2010; 218-241.
  15. Clarke AE, Shim JK, Mamo L, Fosket JR, Fishman JR. Biomedicalization: Technoscience, Health and Illness in the U.S., edited by Adele E. Clarke, Laura Mamo, Jennifer R. Fosket, Jennifer R. Fishman, and Janet K. Shim. Biomedicalization: A theoretical and substantive introduction. 2010; 1-44. View on Pubmed
  16. Shim JK and Thomson LK. The End of the Epidemiology Wars? Epidemiological ‘Ethics’ and the Challenge of Translation. BioSocieties. 2010; 5(2):159-79. View on Pubmed
  17. Clarke AE, Mamo L, Fosket JR, Fishman JR, and Shim JK (eds.). Biomedicalization: Technoscience, Health and Illness in the U.S. 2010. View on Pubmed
  18. Clarke AE, Shim JK, Shostak S, and Nelson A. Biomedicalising genetic health, diseases, and identities. Pp. 21-40 in Handbook of Genetics and Society: Mapping the New Genomic Era, edited by Paul Atkinson, Peter Glasner, and Margaret Lock. New York: Routledge. 2009. View on Pubmed
  19. Shim JK, Russ AJ, Kaufman SR. Late-life cardiac interventions and the treatment imperative. PLoS Med. 2008 Mar 4; 5(3):e7.
  20. Russ AJ, Shim JK, Kaufman SR. The Sociology of Health and Illness: Critical Perspectives, edited by Conrad P. ‘Choosing later’ about dialysis treatment near the end of life. 2008; 405-14.
  21. Russ AJ, Shim JK, Kaufman SR. The value of "life at any cost": talk about stopping kidney dialysis. Soc Sci Med. 2007 Jun; 64(11):2236-47. View on Pubmed
  22. Shim JK, Russ AJ, Kaufman SR. Clinical life: expectation and the double edge of medical promise. Health (London). 2007 Apr; 11(2):245-64.
  23. Kaufman SR, Shim JK, Russ AJ. Old age, life extension, and the character of medical choice. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2006 Jul; 61(4):S175-84. View on Pubmed
  24. Shim JK, Russ AJ, Kaufman SR. Risk, life extension and the pursuit of medical possibility. Sociol Health Illn. 2006 May; 28(4):479-502. View on Pubmed
  25. Kaufman SR, Russ AJ, Shim JK. Aged bodies and kinship matters: The ethical field of kidney transplant. Am Ethnol. 2006 Feb; 33(1):81-99.
  26. Kaufman SR, Russ AJ, Shim JK. Bodies in the Making: Transgressions and Transformations, edited by Chen NN and Moglen H. Aged bodies and kinship matters: The biologization of moral commitment. 2006; 126-35.
  27. Kaufman SR, Russ AJ, and Shim JK. Aged bodies and kinship matters: The ethical field of kidney transplant. American Ethnologist. 2006; 33(1):81-99.
  28. Russ AJ, Shim JK, Kaufman SR. "Is there life on dialysis?": time and aging in a clinically sustained existence. Med Anthropol. 2005 Oct-Dec; 24(4):297-324.
  29. Shim, JK. “Constructing ‘race’ across the science-lay divide: Racial formation in the epidemiology and experience of cardiovascular disease. Social Studies of Science. 2005; 35(3):405-36.
  30. Kaufman SR, Shim JK, Russ AJ. Revisiting the biomedicalization of aging: clinical trends and ethical challenges. Gerontologist. 2004 Dec; 44(6):731-8.
  31. Love MB, Legion V, Shim JK, Tsai C, Quijano V, Davis C. CHWs get credit: a 10-year history of the first college-credit certificate for community health workers in the United States. Health Promot Pract. 2004 Oct; 5(4):418-28.
  32. Clarke AE, Shim JK, Mamo L, Fosket JR, and Fishman JR. Biomedicalization: Technoscientific transformations of health, illness, and U.S. biomedicine. American Sociological Review. 2003; 68(2):161-94.
  33. Shim JK. Understanding the routinised inclusion of race, socioeconomic status, and sex in epidemiology: The utility of concepts from technoscience studies. Sociol Health Illn. 2002; 24(2):129-50.
  34. Shim, JK. Bio-power and racial, class, and gender formation in biomedical knowledge production. Research in the Sociology of Health Care. 2000; 17:73-95.