Clinical Case Conferences
4. Crossing the Line: Determining Your Patient Is Too Dangerous to
DriveCarl B. Greiner, M.D., Laura W. Roberts, M.D., Steven P. Wengel,
M.D., Nicole F. Wolfe, M.D.(for APA members only)
19. Marc Galanter, M.D., on How to Retain Addicted Patients in
Ongoing Ambulatory Therapy
20. Marcia Goin, M.D., on Borderline Personality Disorder: Talking
With Patients About Their Illness "What Do You Say?"
L20. Psychiatry and Aging: Contributions of the International Medical
GraduatesDilip V. Jeste, M.D., APA's George Tarjan Award
L21. Combining Neuroimaging and Pharmacology to Better Treat
AlcoholismKarl Mann, M.D., International Lecture Series,
Collaborative Session With the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
L22. Psychiatry and Education: When the Twain MeetJames Comer,
Master Educator Clinical Consultations
13. James L. Griffith, M.D., Christina Puchalski, M.D., on The
Role of Spirituality in the Care of Patients
14. Robert P. Cabaj, M.D., on Sexual Orientation and Gender
Identity in Clinical Care
15. Helga Hannesdottir, M.D., on Doing a Residency Training in
Psychiatry in the U.S. and Returning Home to Practice
Child and Adolescent Bipolar Disorder: Out of a Diagnostic QuandryModerator: Richard E. D'Alli, M.D.
CW37. Data Coupled With Advocacy Shaping Public PolicyAPA
Illinois Psychiatric Society; Co-Chairpersons: Jagannathan Srinivasaraghavan,
M.D., Daniel W. Hardy, M.D.
CW38. Disasters, Disparities, and Cultural Psychiatry APA/SAMHSA
Minority FellowsChairperson: Niranjan S. Karnik, M.D.
CW39. Doing More With Less: Challenges and Rewards of Becoming a
Psychiatrist ExecutiveAPA Committee on Psychiatric Administration and
Management; Chairperson: Sy A. Saeed, M.D.
CW40. Teaching the History of Psychiatry to Students and Residents: A
Workshop Discussion on Content, Methods, and IdealsAPA Corresponding
Committee on History and Library; Chairperson: Avram H. Mack, M.D.
CW41. How to Be a More Creative Teacher: Winning Strategies for
Residents and FacultyAPA Council on Medical Education and Lifelong
Learning; Co-Chairpersons: Joan M. Anzia, M.D., Lowell D. Tong, M.D.
CW42. The National Health Information Network and Psychiatry: How Will
the Coming National Electronic Health Record Impact Our Patientsand
Our Practice?APA Corresponding Committee on Electronic Health
Records; Chairperson: John J. Boronow, M.D.
CW43. Novel Careers in Psychiatry: Women Who Have Made Their Own WayAPA Committee on Women; Co-Chairpersons: Marisa A. Giggie, M.D., Melva I.
IW55. Supervising the Supervisors: See One, Do One, Teach One Model
Shattered! An Innovative Group to Train Faculty to Teach Medical StudentsCo-Chairpersons: Joseph M. Garbely D.O., Javed A. Joy, M.D.
IW56. Psycho-Killers: Mental Illness and HomicideChairperson:
Renee M. Sorrentino, M.D.
IW57. Psychiatric Aspects of Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson's
DiseaseChairperson: Valerie Voon, M.D.
IW58. Dynamic Therapy With Self-Destructive BorderlinesCo-Chairpersons: Eric M. Plakun, M.D., Edward R. Shapiro, M.D.
IW59. Training Psychiatric Residents in the Cognitive Therapy of
SchizophreniaChairperson: Page Burkholder, M.D.
IW60. The Mirror Has a Reflection: Teaching and Modeling Cultural
Competency to General Psychiatry ResidentsCo-Chairpersons: Dionne A.
Hart, M.D., Renato D. Alarçon, M.D.
IW61. Assisted Outpatient Treatment and Its Role in the Fabric of the
Mental Health SystemChairperson: Daniel Garza, M.D.
IW62. Psychiatrists in the Dean's Office: Career Opportunities and
Career DevelopmentChairperson: Carolyn B. Robinowitz, M.D.
IW63. Detection of Malingering;Chairperson: Alan R. Hirsch,
IW64. The Quality Information System: A New System for Measuring
Progress in the Doctor-Patient Relationshi;Chairperson: Victor J.
IW65. Connection Is the Cure: Treating Relational DisordersCo-Chairpersons: Glenn N. Siegel, M.D., Mary Pittman, M.S.
MW4. I Used. I Am Sorry. Can I Come Back? "Sister
Helen" Says: Piss OffAPA Corresponding Committee on
Treatment Services for Patients With Addictive Disorders; Co-Chairpersons:
Petros Levounis, M.D., Marjorie E. Waldbaum, M.D.
MW5. The Movie "Fun" as a Framework for Exploring
Conduct Disorder in Adolescent GirlsChairperson: Jessica C. Morgan,
MW6. Carter's Addiction: Substance Use Disorders in PhysiciansCollaborative Session With the NationalInstitute on Alcohol
Abuse and Alcoholism; Chairperson: Christopher J. Welsh, M.D.
21. Michelle B. Riba, M.D., on The Role of the Psychiatrist in
22. Patricia Ordorica, M.D., on The Future of Psychiatry: What the
Resident Should Know (for residents only)
L23. High on Neurosteroids: Mechanisms and Therapeutic RelevanceA. Leslie Morrow, Ph.D., Frontiers of Science Lecture Series
L24. I Am All in Favor of Research But I Need Help Tomorrow or Next
Week: The Plaint of a University President on the Firing Line of Leadership in
an Alcohol-Saturated Peer CultureEdward Malloy, Ph.D., Collaborative
Session With the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
L25. Medications That Act at Ion Channels as Treatment for Alcohol
DependenceBankole Johnson, M.D., Distinguished Psychiatrist Lecture
Series, Collaborative Session With the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
Master Educator Clinical Consultations
16. David Baron, D.O., on Performance-Enhancing Drug Use in
Adolescent Athletes: A Sports Psychiatry Perspective
17. Ellen Haller, M.D., on Working With Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,
and Transgendered Patients: What Do You Need to
Toronto's Old Town neighborhood features historic sites dating to
Medical Update 3.Jerald Bain, M.D. on Testosterone
Replacement Therapy in the Aging Male: Implications for Psychiatry and Other
Research Consultation 3.Howard Goldman, M.D., on Mental
Health Policy Research
Scientific and Clinical Reports
Session 23. Sleep Disorders
67. Effect of Armodafinil on Reducing Fatigue in Patients With Narcolepsy
Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D.
68. Effect of Armodafinil on Attention in Patients With Excessive
Sleepiness Associated With Narcolepsy, Obstructive Sleep Apnea/Hypopnea
Syndrome, and Shift Work Sleep Disorder Keith Wesnes, Ph.D.
69. Armodafinil Improves Wakefulness in Patients With Excessive Sleepiness
Associated With Narcolepsy, Obstructive Sleep Apnea/Hypopnea Syndrome, and
Shift Work Sleep Disorder Milton Erman, M.D.
70. Predictors of Referral for ECT Bonnie L. Szarek, R.N.
71. ECT Stimulus Dose as Physiological Volume of Seizure Foci Conrad M.
72. The Efficacy and Outcome of Combining ECT and Atypical Antipsychotics
for Treatment-Resistant Depression Randall T. Espinoza, M.D.
Session 25. Health, Nutrition, and Weight in Schizophrenia
73. Assessing Health and Nutrition Status of Urban Psychiatric Outpatients
David J. Hellerstein, M.D.
74. Are Females at Special Risk for Obesity if They Become Psychotic? The
Longitudinal Northern Finland 1966 Birth Cohort Study Hannu J. Koponen,
75. A 12-Week Open-Label Trial of Topiramate for Limiting Weight Gain
During Olanzapine Treatment in Patients With Schizophrenia Jin-Hun
Session 26. Developmental Issues in Schizophrenia
76. Altered Developmental Trajectories in Schizophrenia Matti K.
Isohanni, Dr. Med. Sc.
77. Characteristics of the Interpersonal Distance of Patients With
Schizophrenia in the Virtual Environment Sung-Hyouk Park, M.D.
78. Familial Risk of Psychosis and Prodromal Features of Psychosis at the
Age of 15-16 Years Juha M. Veijola, M.D.
Session 27. Treatment of Schizophrenia
79. An Effectiveness Trial of a Brief Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention by
Mental Health Nurses in Schizophrenia: Clinically Important Outcomes in the
Medium Term Shanaya Rathod, M.D.
80. Efficacy and Tolerability of Olanzapine, Quetiapine, and Risperidone in
the Treatment of First-Episode Psychosis: A Randomized, Double-Blind, 52-Week
Comparison Joseph P. McEvoy, M.D.
81. Quetiapine for Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia: Appropriate Dose for
Optimal Response Arthur L. Lazarus, M.D.
Session 28. Recent Research on SSRIs
82. Early Symptomatic Worsening During Treatment With Fluoxetine in MDD: A
Replication Study Cristina Cusin, M.D.
83. Meta-Analysis of Efficacy of Paroxetine Versus Placebo Utilizing the
GlaxoSmithKline Clinical Trials Registry Lawrence W. Adler, M.D.
84. Resolution of Sleepiness and Fatigue in the Treatment of MDD: A
Comparison of Bupropion and SSRIs George I. Papakostas, M.D.
Session 29. Epidemiological Studies of Adverse Events in
85. Death by Unnatural Causes During Childhood and Early Adulthood in
Offspring of Psychiatric Inpatients Roger T. Webb, M.S.C.
86. The Incidence and Prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus Among Inpatients in
State-Operated Psychiatric Hospitals in New York State 1997-2004 Leslie L.
87. Associations Between Psychiatric Disorder and Commitment Criteria in
Acute Involuntarily Admitted Patients in the Netherlands Cornelis Mulder,
Session 30. Treatment of Adverse Events
88. PDE5I Sildenafil Treatment of Serotonergic Antidepressant Associated
Sexual Dysfunction in Women With MDD in Remission: An Eight-Week Randomized,
Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial With Eight-Week Open-Label Continuation
H. George Nurnberg, M.D.
89. Theoretical Implications of Improved Depression Severity by PDE5I
Sildenafil Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction Associated With Treated or
Untreated MDD for Endothelial Dysfunction Mediation Richard L. Siegel,
90. Efficacy of Sildenafil for the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in Men
Taking Antidepressant Medication: Meta-Analysis of Randomized, Double-Blind,
Placebo-Controlled Studies Joseph C. Cappelleri, Ph.D.
91. Structural Brain Abnormalities in BPD Paul H. Soloff, M.D.
92. Neurobiological Correlates of Diagnosis and Underlying Traits in
Patients With BPD Compared With Normal Controls Joel F. Paris,
93. BPD and Suicide Attempt: Are There Any Correlates Between Attempters
and Non-Attempters? Tavi Thongdy, M.D.
Session 32. Women's Health Issues
94. Gender Differences in Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders: A
20-Year Follow-Up Study Linda S. Grossman, Ph.D.
95. Severe Personality Disorders in the Offspring of Antenatally Depressed
Mothers: A 31-Year Follow-Up of the Northern Finland 1966 Birth Cohort
Pirjo H. Maki, M.D.
96. Outcome of Prenatal Anxiety, Stress, and Depression Gisèle
Session 33. Cross-Cultural and Minority Issues
97. All Equal? Advocating Equity in Mental Health Services in France to
Ethnic-Minority Disadvantaged Youth and Their Families Through Evidence-Based
Protocols Leon-Patrice Celestin, M.D.
98. Stories About Mental Health: A Cross-Cultural Relapse-Prevention Study
in Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities Tricia M. Nagel
99. Recognizing and Engaging Depressed Chinese Americans in Treatment in a
Primary Care Setting Albert Yeung, M.D.
CW44. Global Psychiatry: Establishing Formal and Informal Mental Health
ExchangesAPA Council on Global Psychiatry; Co-Chairpersons: Samuel O.
Okpaku, M.D., William Lawson, M.D.
CW45. School-Based Suicide Prevention: Evidence-Based Strategies and New
ApproachesAPA Corresponding Committee on Mental Health and Schools;
Co-Chairpersons: Eugenio M. Rothe, M.D., Daniel Castellanos, M.D.
CW46. A Research Agenda for DSM-V: Mental Health in the Gay,
Lesbian, and Bisexual PopulationsAPA Committee on Gay, Lesbian, and
Bisexual Issues; Co-Chairpersons: Benjamin H. McCommon, M.D., Jack Drescher,
CW47. Welcome to the Jungle: The Dynamics Between Residents and
IndustryAPA/GlaxoSmithKline Fellows; Co-Chairpersons: Lisa A.
Catapano, M.D., Itai Danovitch, M.D.
CW48. Trauma of Hearts and Minds: Racism and Psychiatry in the 21st
CenturyAPA/SAMHSA and APA/AstraZeneca Minority Fellowships;
Co-Chairpersons: Napoleon B. Higgins Jr., M.D., Jean-Marie E. Alves-Bradford,
CW49. Current Issues in Psychiatry and LawAPA Council on
Psychiatry and Law; Chairperson: Paul S. Appelbaum, M.D.
IW66. Psychiatry Training for Primary Care Physicians: An Ongoing
ChallengeChairperson: Hoyle Leigh, M.D.
IW67. When Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes Fail: Pharmacologic Management
of Metabolic Syndrome in PsychiatryCo-Chairpersons: Peter Manu, M.D.,
Raymond E. Suarez, M.D.
IW68. Countertransference and Boundary Issues of Residents Treating
Medical Students, Fellow Residents, and AttendingsChairperson:
Benjamin D. Lederer, M.D.
IW69. Applying for National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Research Money: Some Things You Didn't Learn in Graduate SchoolCollaborative Session With the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
Alcoholism; Chairperson: Robert Huebner, Ph.D.
IW70. The Nature of Nurture: The Long-Lasting Impacts of Early Adverse
Life EventsCo-Chairpersons: Mireya Nadal-Vicens, M.D., Stacy S.
IW71. Maintenance of Certification for Diplomates of the AmericanBoard of Psychiatry and NeurologyChairperson: Stephen C. Scheiber,
IW72. Responding to the Impact of Suicide on CliniciansChairperson: Eric M. Plakun, M.D.
IW73. Non-Governmental Organizations: Response to Mental Health
Consequences of Asian TsunamiChairperson: Jagannathan
IW74. Approaches to Chronic Disease Management: Opportunities for
PsychiatryChairperson: Nick Kates, M.B.
IW75. The Key to Success, Mentorship Matters: A Practical Guide for
Trainees and EducatorsChairperson: Anita R. Kishore, M.D.
IW76. The Evolution of Grandfamilies: The Psychological, Social, and
Financial Impact of Grandparents Raising GrandchildrenAmerican
Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; Co-Chairpersons: James E. Lee Jr.,
M.D., Sandra C. Walker, M.D.
3. Collaboration in Crisis: Academic Medical Centers' Response to
Hurricanes Katrina and RitaChairperson: Joseph D. Hamilton,
4. Psychiatric Participation in Interrogation of Detainees: Ethical
ConsiderationsChairperson: Steven S. Sharfstein, M.D.
S66. Risk Factors, Personality Variables, and Addictive DisordersCollaborative Session With the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
S67. Reductionism in Psychiatry: Implications and LimitsAssociation for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry
S68. Complex PTSD Across the Lifespan: Implications for
S69. Pharmaceutical Industry Influence in Psychiatry
S70. New Directions in Community Psychiatry
S71. How to Practice Evidence-Based Medicine
S72. The Problem of Outcomes With the Difficult-to-Treat Patient
S73. The Art and Science of Brief Psychotherapies
S74. Neuropsychiatric Responses to Burns: Modeling the Developmental
Neurobiology of Trauma
S75. Acute Brief Psychoses: Nosology and Boundaries
S76. Enhancing the Well-Being of Older Persons With SchizophreniaAPA Council on Aging
S77. Demoralization and Psychotherapy: A Tribute to Jerome D. Frank,
S78. Use of Quantitative Instruments for Monitoring Depression Severity:
S79. Women's Life Cycle and Mental Health
S80. Stalking Offenders and Victims
S81. Nicotine Dependence and Schizophrenia: Neurobehavioral PathwaysNational Institute on Drug Abuse
S82. Adolescent Alcohol Use Disorders and Psychiatric ComorbidityCollaborative Session With the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
S83. Educating a New Generation of Physicians in Psychiatry: Focus on
Medical Student Education
S84. Patient Safety: To Err Is Human, To Be Safe Is DivineAPA
Committee on Patient Safety
S85. Relationships Between Axis I and Axis IIAssociation for
Research in Personality Disorders
S86. Science to Policy: Advancing Women's Mental HealthAssociation of Women Psychiatrists
S87. Alcohol, Drugs, and Psychiatric Disorders in the U.S.Collaborative Session With the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
S88. Sobering Facts: Alcohol Dependence and Treatment InterventionsCollaborative Session With the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
S89. Pharmacotherapy for Single- and Dual-Diagnosed Substance
AbusersAmerican Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
S90. Science and Regulation Affecting Private Practice
S91. Recent Advances in Ethnopsychopharmacological, Ethnic, and Cultural
Aspects of Mood and Anxiety Disorders
S92. Anxiety and Emotional Dysfunction in Endophenotype of
S93. Teaching Psychiatry Residents About Informed Consent
S94. Sustained Recovery and Healthy Functioning: The Long and Short of
S95. Mental Health Disparities: Concepts, Assessment, Evidence-Based
Practice, and AdvocacyAPA Council on Minority Mental Health and
S96. Fearful Sleep Arousals
S97. Translating the Neurobiology of Alcoholism Into Clinical
TreatmentsCollaborative Session With the National Institute on
Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
S98. Same-Sex Civil Marriage: Historical and Mental Health Research
S99. Psychiatry in Amsterdam: Acute Psychiatric Services in a