Michelle DeCoux Hampton, PhD, RN
Samuel Merritt University
School of Nursing
Dr. Hampton’s research experience has been primarily focused on phenomena associated with the experience of severe mental illness. Her previous work has included investigations of racial disparities in mental health care, understanding health service utilization decisions among mental health consumers, and medical comorbidity. Since participating in postdoctoral research with the Nursing Research Center on HIV/AIDS Health Disparities at the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Hampton has added HIV risk and prevention to her research interests and future plans include the development of strategies to prevent HIV transmission in individuals with severe mental illness, particularly those with co-occurring substance use disorders.
Hampton, MD, Chafetz, L, & Portillo C (2012). Differences in substance-related risk behavior between dual and triple diagnosed severely mentally ill adults. Mental Health and Substance Use (5)1, 52-63.
Hampton, MD (2012). Constructivism applied to psychiatric-mental health nursing: An alternative to supplement traditional clinical education, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing,(21)1, 60-68 .
Hampton, M.D., Chafetz, L. & White, M. (2010). Exploring the Impact of Race on Mental Health Service Utilization Among African Americans and Whites With Severe Mental Illness. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association. 16(2), 78-88.
Hampton, M.D., Chafetz, L. & White, M. (2009). Eligibility, recruitment, and retention of African Americans with severe mental illness in community research. Community Mental Health Journal, 45(2), 137-43.
Hampton, M.D. (2007). The role of acuity and treatment setting in the overdiagnosis of schizophrenia in African Americans with severe mental illness. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 21(6), 327-335.
DeCoux, M. (2005). Acute versus outpatient care: The decision making process for individuals with severe mental illness. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 26(9), 935-951.
Hampton, M.D. & Chafetz, L. (2002). Factors associated with residential placement in an assertive community treatment program. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 23, 677-689.
Hampton, M.D. (1997). Dialectical behavior therapy in the treatment of persons with borderline personality disorder. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, XI(2), 96-101.
Hampton, M.D., Chafetz, L., & Portillo, C. (2012). Differences in Substance-Related Risk Behavior between Dual and Triple Diagnosed Severely Mentally Ill Adults. Poster presentation at the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research, Overcoming Health Disparities in the Bay Area – Using HIV/AIDS as a Model, San Francisco, CA.
Hampton, M.D., Chafetz, L., & Portillo, C. (2009). Current substance use behavior among severely mentally ill individuals diagnosed with HIV and HCV. Roundtable presentation at the 137th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.
Gary, F.G., Yarandi, H., & Hampton, M.D. (2008). A Road Map for Success: Models for Educating Ethnic Minority Nurses in Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services in the United States of America. Presented at the XIV World Congress of Psychiatry Conference, September 20 - 25, 2008, Prague, Czech Republic.
Hampton, M.D. (2008) Predictors of mental health service use among African Americans and Whites with severe mental illness. Presented at the 10th Annual Conference of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses, Louisville, Kentucky.
Hampton, M.D. (2007) Racial disparities in mental health service utilization among individuals with severe mental illness. Poster presented at the 9th Annual Conference of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
DeCoux, M. (2006) Recruitment and retention of African Americans with severe mental illness in community research. Presented at the 12th Annual Howard University, M. Elizabeth Carnegie Endowed Visiting Professorship in Nursing Research Conference, Washington, D.C.
Hampton, M.D. (2004) The healthcare decision making process for individuals withsevere mental illness. Presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C.
Nursing Research Center on HIV/AIDS Health Disparities, “Severe mental illness, HIV, and mental health service utilization.” Funded from 2/1/08-6/30/08. Amount granted: $5,000.