Julian C Wilson's research while affiliated with University of the District of Columbia and other places

Publications (2)

Conference Paper
Public housing resident leaders worked with staff from the DC Housing Authority to host a forum to examine the social determinants of health inequities and begin to educate, empower, and activate public housing residents. The forum was followed by focus groups that made it clear residents wanted to be included in decision-making for designing and i...
Article
Background: In response to feedback from a health forum, resident leaders of public housing in Washington, DC, were inspired to create a health survey for and by the residents. Objective: The survey was designed to document residents' concerns about health, health care, and environmental threats. It also explored tobacco use and support for smok...

Citations

... Previous studies have documented significantly higher levels of environmental health risks for residents of public housing projects. 23,24 This study can be extended to examine whether the disproportionate presence of public housing in neighborhoods proximate to RMP facilities has resulted in greater exposure to extremely hazardous substances for disabled residents. Finally, future research would also focus on identifying other processes and events that have caused disabled populations to reside near RMP facilities. ...