Dr. Hyde is a cultural and medical anthropologist with a broad range of interests in research and evaluation topics and methodologies. Most of her anthropological work has focused on youth populations in the United States and the cultural politics of risk that shape their pathways into and out of social institutions. Her previous research has focused on understanding factors that underlie movements from home to street among homeless young people in Los Angeles. This early research led to additional interests and work in the areas of substance use and abuse, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, and the legal and social service interventions developed to curb these social issues.
Dr. Hyde received her doctoral degree in Anthropology from the University of California at Irvine.
- University of California, Irvine, PhD
- University of California, Irvine, BA
- Published on 9/1/2023
Wu J, Bolton RE, Anwar C, Bokhour BG, Khanna A, Mullur RS, Taylor SL, Hyde J. Modifying Whole Health Services for Successful Telehealth Delivery: Lessons from Veterans Health Administration's Rapid Transition During the COVID-19 Pandemic. J Integr Complement Med. 2023 Sep 01. PMID: 37668607.
- Published on 9/1/2023
Lesnewich LM, Hyde JK, McFarlin ML, Bolton RE, Bayley PJ, Chandler HK, Helmer DA, Phillips LA, Reinhard MJ, Santos SL, Stewart RS, McAndrew LM. 'She thought the same way I that I thought:' a qualitative study of patient-provider concordance among Gulf War Veterans with Gulf War Illness. Psychol Health. 2023 Sep 01; 1-19. PMID: 37654203.
- Published on 7/13/2023
Etingen B, Smith BM, Zeliadt SB, Kaitz JE, Barker AM, Hyde JK, Fix GM, Reed DE, Anderson E, Hogan TP, Bokhour BG. VHA Whole Health Services and Complementary and Integrative Health Therapies: a Gateway to Evidence-Based Mental Health Treatment. J Gen Intern Med. 2023 Jul 13. PMID: 37442899.
- Published on 5/8/2023
Harvey LH, Sliwinski SK, Flike K, Boudreau J, Gifford AL, Branch-Elliman W, Hyde J. The integration of harm reduction services in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA): a qualitative analysis of barriers and facilitators. J Addict Dis. 2023 May 08; 1-9. PMID: 37154222.
- Published on 2/14/2023
Winograd DM, Hyde JK, Bloeser K, Santos SL, Anastasides N, Petrakis BA, Pigeon WR, Litke DR, Helmer DA, McAndrew LM. Exploring the acceptability of behavioral interventions for veterans with persistent "medically unexplained" physical symptoms. J Psychosom Res. 2023 Apr; 167:111193. PMID: 36822031.
- Published on 12/23/2022
Blonigen D, Hyde J, McInnes DK, Yoon J, Byrne T, Ngo T, Smelson D. Integrating data analytics, peer support, and whole health coaching to improve the health outcomes of homeless veterans: Study protocol for an effectiveness-implementation trial. Contemp Clin Trials. 2023 Feb; 125:107065. PMID: 36572239.
- Published on 12/19/2022
Blonigen D, Smelson D, Smith J, Baldwin N, McInnes DK, Raikov I, Weber J, Hyde J. Peer support and whole health coaching to address the healthcare needs of homeless veterans: a pilot study. BMC Prim Care. 2022 Dec 19; 23(1):331. PMID: 36529718.
- Published on 11/25/2022
Khanna A, Dryden EM, Bolton RE, Wu J, Taylor SL, Clayman ML, Anwar C, Kasom D, McGowan M, Mullur RS, Bokhour BG, Hyde J. Promoting Whole Health and Well-Being at Home: Veteran and Provider Perspectives on the Impact of Tele-Whole Health Services. Glob Adv Health Med. 2022; 11:2164957X221142608. PMID: 36452292.
- Published on 11/8/2022
Hyde J, Byrne T, Petrakis BA, Yakovchenko V, Kim B, Fincke G, Bolton R, Visher C, Blue-Howells J, Drainoni ML, McInnes DK. Enhancing community integration after incarceration: findings from a prospective study of an intensive peer support intervention for veterans with an historical comparison group. Health Justice. 2022 Nov 08; 10(1):33. PMID: 36348203.
- Published on 11/1/2022
Livingston NA, Davenport M, Head M, Henke R, LeBeau LS, Gibson TB, Banducci AN, Sarpong A, Jayanthi S, Roth C, Camacho-Cook J, Meng F, Hyde J, Mulvaney-Day N, White M, Chen DC, Stein MD, Weisberg R. The impact of COVID-19 and rapid policy exemptions expanding on access to medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD): A nationwide Veterans Health Administration cohort study. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2022 Dec 01; 241:109678. PMID: 36368167.
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