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Julia Brinton

Julia Brinton

Research Analyst


MA, Psychology, Wake Forest University
BA, Psychology, North Carolina State University


Julia Brinton is a manager and research analyst in the Violence Prevention and Harm Reduction Program (VPHR), part of RTI International’s Justice Practice Area. Ms. Brinton’s work focuses on training and technical assistance, qualitative interviewing and analysis, implementation and evaluation design and methodology, and survey design. Her research interests include violence prevention and victimization; officer health and wellness; policing, school climate and school safety; and community partnerships. Ms. Brinton is skilled in cognitive interviewing and qualitative analysis using NVivo, and in survey programming in Voxco Acuity, Alchemer, REDCap, and Qualtrics. 

Currently, Ms. Brinton serves as Impact Lead for a Department of Justice-funded project, Understanding Work-Related Stress among Medicolegal Death Investigators [MDIs]: A National Survey and Mixed-Methods Impact Study. She is also the Toolkit Development lead for the National Case Closed Project.

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