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Homer Venters

Clinical Instructor, Department of Medicine

Contact Info

Address
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Homer.Venters@nyumc.org


Data-Driven Human Rights: Using Dual Loyalty Trainings to Promote the Care of Vulnerable Patients in Jail
Glowa-Kollisch, Sarah; Graves, Jasmine; Dickey, Nathaniel; MacDonald, Ross; Rosner, Zachary; Waters, Anthony; Venters, Homer. Data-Driven Human Rights: Using Dual Loyalty Trainings to Promote the Care of Vulnerable Patients in Jail. Health & human rights. 2015 Jun 11;17(1):E124-E135 (1821562)

Death Rates among Detained Immigrants in the United States
Granski, Megan; Keller, Allen; Venters, Homer. Death Rates among Detained Immigrants in the United States. International journal of environmental research & public health. 2015 Nov 12;12(11):14414-14419 (1856182)

Traumatic Brain Injury Focus Groups as a Means to Understand Violence among Adolescent Males in the NYC Jail System
Graves, Jasmine; Steele, Jessica; Kaba, Fatos; Glowa-Kollisch, Sarah; Ramdath, Cassandra; Rosner, Zachary; MacDonald, Ross; Dickey, Nathaniel; Venters, Homer. Traumatic Brain Injury Focus Groups as a Means to Understand Violence among Adolescent Males in the NYC Jail System. Journal of health care for the poor & underserved. 2015 May ;26(2):345-357 (1821592)

Disparities in Mental Health Referral and Diagnosis in the New York City Jail Mental Health Service
Kaba, Fatos; Solimo, Angela; Graves, Jasmine; Glowa-Kollisch, Sarah; Vise, Allison; MacDonald, Ross; Waters, Anthony; Rosner, Zachary; Dickey, Nathaniel; Angell, Sonia; Venters, Homer. Disparities in Mental Health Referral and Diagnosis in the New York City Jail Mental Health Service. American journal of public health. AJPH. 2015 Jul 16;105(9):1911-1916 (1821572)

The Rikers Island Hot Spotters: Defining the Needs of the Most Frequently Incarcerated
MacDonald, Ross; Kaba, Fatos; Rosner, Zachary; Vise, Allison; Weiss, David; Brittner, Mindy; Skerker, Molly; Dickey, Nathaniel; Venters, Homer. The Rikers Island Hot Spotters: Defining the Needs of the Most Frequently Incarcerated. American journal of public health. AJPH. 2015 Sep 17;105(11):2262-2268 (1821552)