- Additional Titles:Program in Health Science
Co-Director of International Service Learning and Community Engagement
- Education:BA Emory University
M.P.H. Boston University
Doctoral Student (PhD, Global Governance and Human Security/Global Health), University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
- Office:635 Commonwealth Ave
Health Matters Virtual Conference
Shelly Brown presents Back to the Basics: a student panel and discussion of healthcare development in Peru. Hosted by Boston University College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College, this presentation was a part of an online, virtual conference, “Health Matters,” which took place on September 17, 2015.
Scholarly and Practice Interests
- The study of key linkages between health, human development and human security; larger themes of health equity, social determinants of health, health systems and women’s health, with a focus on vulnerable or marginalize populations.
- Research projects include the intersection of mental health and post-release adjustment in formerly incarcerated women with HIV in the US South, health system responses to intimate partner violence in South Africa, translation of evidence-based policy into practice in low and middle income countries and provision of human-rights based mental health services in vulnerable populations with a regional focus on South Africa.
- HS 405 Health Science Practicum
- HS 450 Non-Communicable Diseases in 21st Century
- HS 325 Introduction to Global Health
- Sprague, C., Woollett, N., Parpart, J., Hatcher, A. M., Sommers, T., Brown, S., & Black, V. (2015). When nurses are also patients: Intimate partner violence and the health system as an enabler of women’s health and agency in Johannesburg Global Public Health, 0(0), 1–15.
- Brown, S.M., Monahan, A, Daniels, J.E. (2013) Type-2 diabetes in Belize: A cross-sectional study and holistic approach to increasing health education. International Public Health Journal, 2013;5(3).
- Brown, S.M., Monahan, A, Daniels, J.E. (2013) Type-2 diabetes in Belize: A cross-sectional study and holistic approach to increasing health education: Building Community Capacity: Case Examples from Around the World. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
- Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health, A Life Course Approach to Mental Health and Post-Release Adjustment in Southern Women with HIV, 2015
- Panelist, 50 Years Later: A Discussion on Voting Rights and Mass Incarceration in 2015
- University of Massachusetts Boston, College of Nursing and Health Sciences Research and Scholarship Day, Poster Presentation: When Nurses are Also Patients, 2014
- Brown, S.M., Monahan, A, Daniels, J.E. (2012) Type-2 diabetes in Belize: A cross-sectional study and holistic approach to increasing health education. American Public Health Association 140th Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Francisco, CA (Accepted)
- Onyeachom, U.N., Njepuome, N, Brown, S. (2011) Electronic data capture in a resource constrained environment : A case study of Abuja Heart Study. American Public Health Association 139th Annual Meeting and Exposition, Washington, D.C.
- Brown, S. (2011) Partnering with the Community: Assessing the Impact on Undergraduate Health Practicum on Community Health. Community Campus Partnerships for Health CU Expo, Waterloo, Canada.
Consulting and Professional Activities
- Fellow at the Center for Peace, Democracy and Development at the University of Massachusetts Boston
- Member, American Public Health Association
- International Health Section, American Public Health Association
- Community Engaged Scholarship for Health, Peer Reviewer
- Community Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)
- Boston University Women’s Guild (BUWG)
Awards and Honors
- 2014 Awarded Dean’s Summer Scholarship for Summer Research
- 2013 Awarded Dean’s Summer Scholarship for Summer Research
- 2013 American Association of Colleges and Universities Civic Engagement Grant
- 2012 Awarded Dean’s Summer Scholarship for Summer Research
- 2011 Awarded Dean’s Summer Scholarship for Summer Research
- 2010 Summer Term Curriculum Development Grant
- 2010 Awarded Dean’s Summer Scholarship for Summer Research
- 2007 “Best Overall Poster” out of over 80 posters presented at Community Partner Practicum Finale Poster Session, 2007