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Joo, Jin Hui, M.D., M.A.

Dr. Jin Hui Joo

Assistant Professor

Main Office Address

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
5300 Alpha Commons Dr. 
Alpha Commons Building 427
Baltimore, MD 21224

Phone: 410-550-2282
Fax: 410-550-1407

E-mail: jjoo1@jhmi.edu

Education

1991

BA

University of Chicago

1997

MA

Tufts University

2004

MD

University of Pittsburgh

2004-2008

Residency in Psychiatry

University of Pennsylvania

2008-2011

Fellowship in Geriatric Psychiatry

University of Pennsylvania

Professional Interests

  • Development of mental health service interventions for late-life depression in the community
  • Cultural influences in expression, diagnosis and treatment late-life depression
  • Evaluation and management of behavioral disturbances in dementia 

Selected Publications

Joo J, Lenze EJ, Mulsant BH, et al. Risk factors for falls during treatment of late-life depression. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Oct 2002;63(10):936-941.

Joo J, Solano FX, Mulsant BH, Reynolds CF, Lenze EJ. Predictors of adequacy of depression management in the primary care setting. Psychiatric Services. Dec 2005;56(12):1524-1528.

Wittink MN, Joo J, Lewis LM, Barg FK. Losing faith and using faith: older African Americans discuss spirituality, religious activities, and depression. Journal of General Internal Medicine. Mar 2009;24(3):402-407.

Joo J, Morales KH, de Vries HF, Gallo JJ. Disparity in use of psychotherapy offered in primary care between older African-American and white adults: results from a practice-based depression intervention trial. Journal of American Geriatric Society. Jan 2010;58(1):154-160.

Bogner HR, O'Donnell AJ, de Vries HF, Northington GM, Joo J. The temporal relationship between anxiety disorders and urinary incontinence among community-dwelling adults. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. Mar 2011;25(2):203-208.

Joo JH, Wittink M, Dahlberg B. Shared Conceptualizations and Divergent Experiences of Counseling Among African American and White Older Adults. Qualitative Health Research. Aug 2011;21(8):1065-1074.

 
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