Paper Session D: Physical Symptoms & Health
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(meeting-attendee login required)[T] A Psychiatric Consultant’s Field Guide for Creating Behavioral Plans: The NEEDS MET Method
Presenting Author: Kathryn Norfleet, MD
Co-Author: Alexander ThompsonA Randomized Controlled Trial of CBT vs. Fluoxetine vs. Placebo vs. Joint Therapy for Hypochondriasis
Presenting Author: Brian Fallon, MD
Co-Authors: Arthur Barsky, David Ahern, Martina Pavlicova, Iordan Slavov Associations Between Antidepressant Adherence and Patient-Provider Trust, Shared Decision-Making, and Communication among Adults with Diabetes: Diabetes Study of Northern California (DISTANCE)
Presenting Author: Amy Bauer, MD, MS
Co-Authors: Melissa Parker, Wayne Katon, Nancy Adler, Alyce Adams, Howard Moffett, Dean Schillinger, Andrew KarterCognitive-Behavioral Group Treatment for a Range of Functional Somatic Syndromes: Lessons Learned from the STreSS-1 Trial
Presenting Author: Andreas Schröder, MD, PhD Preoperative Screening Polysomnogram (PSG) of a Large Cohort of Bariatric Subjects Identifies Three Populations with Distinct Types of Regression of Their Apnea-Hypopnea Index (AHI) on BMI
Presenting Author: Xavier Preud'homme, MD
Co-Authors: Alfonso Torquati, Ranjan Sudan, Dana Portenier, Andrew Krystal
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
David J. Katzelnick, MD, is the Chair of the Division of Integrated Behavioral Health at the Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota. His major clinical and research interests are in mood and anxiety disorders, psychopharmacology, diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders in primary care. He is currently Mayo Co-PI for the COMPASS Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services (CMS) grant which has the goal of spreading a collaborative care management model to manage patients with depression and... Read More →
Acting Assistant Professor, University of Washington
I am a consulting psychiatrist for the University of Washington's Behavioral Health Integration Program and for the Washington state Mental Health Integration Program. I have a longstanding commitment to clinical and research activities that aim to address mental health disparities by improving the delivery of evidence-based mental health services in primary care settings among underserved populations. My current research focuses on understanding and addressing health literacy barriers to... Read More →
Dr. Fallon is Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University and Director of the Center for Neuroinflammatory Disorders and Biobehavioral Medicine at the NYS Psychiatric Institute. Both Dr. Fallon and Dr. Barsky were Principal Investigators on this NIMH-funded study.
Psychiatry Resident, PGY-3, University of Washington
Kathryn Norfleet, MD, is a third year adult psychiatry resident at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. Current interests include clinician education, integrated care team development, and quality improvement of inpatient psychiatric care. Specific quality improvement interests include developing interventions to improve patient and provider satisfaction with care when patients with difficult personality traits or personality disorders are admitted to the general hospital. She plans to... Read More →
Board certified in internal medicine, psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine and sleep medicine and with a special interest in nocturia, HIV sleep medicine and bariatric sleep.
Aarhus University Hospital
Dr. Andreas Schröder graduated as a medical doctor from the Medical School of the University of Heidelberg, Germany, in 2001. In 2010, he achieved a Ph.D. degree from the University of Aarhus, Denmark. Dr. Schröder’s main interest is the assessment and treatment of patients with functional somatic syndromes / somatic symptom disorders. He works as a clinician, scientist, supervisor and lecturer within this field and has written several papers and book chapters.
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