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Preliminary Program
Preliminary Program: Thursday, May 24
Psychiatric News
Volume 42 Number 4 page 42-43
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CME Courses 92-94

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Issue Workshops

IW77. Using Audiovisual Technology to Teach Behavioral SciencesChair: Jonathan S. Davine, M.D.

IW78. The Portrayal of Psychiatry in Recent American FilmChair: Steven E. Pflanz, M.D.

IW79. Innovative Child Programs Designed to Increase Access to Care in Diverse SettingsChair: Radmila Bogdanich, M.A.

IW80. Confidentiality in Overseas Settings: The Prioritization of the Individual Versus the Institution Versus the CommunityChair: Herbert L. Campbell, M.D.

IW81. Spiritually Augmented Well-Being Cognitive-Behavior TherapyChair: Russell F. D'Souza, M.D.

IW82. Psychiatric Issues in ArgentinaChair: Michelle B. Riba, M.D.

IW83. Buddhist Teachings and Techniques Applied to Disaster Relief: A Two-Year Follow-Up on Sri Lankan Tsunami VictimsChair: Syed S.A. Naqvi, M.D.

IW84. Minority Mental Health Policy Training: Developing Psychiatric Leaders for Careers About Cultural Competence and Disparities ReductionChair: Francis G. Lu, M.D.

IW85. Research on Procedural Memory: Practical Applications in Dementia CareChair: Sheila M. Loboprabhu, M.D.

IW86. Vietnam Veterans and the Iraq War: Is the Past Ever the Past?Chair: Laura C. Kordon, M.D.

IW87. A Role for Self-Awareness, Mindfulness, and Meditation in Psychiatric EducationChair: Robert S. Marin, M.D.

IW88. Frontier Psychiatry: Working With Street-Involved YouthChair: Seena S. Grewal, M.D.

IW89. Fibromyalgia: Current Understanding and Future DirectionsChair: Alan Z.A. Manevitz, M.D.

IW90. Perception and Color in Affective StatesChair: Lina I. Augius, M.D., M.P.H.

IW91. Medical Board of California Medical Expert Witness TrainingChair: Matthew F. Carroll, M.D.

IW92. Racist Reality: An Assessment of Representations of Minorities in Reality Television ProgrammingChair: Curley L. Bonds II, M.D.

IW93. The Four As of Collaborative Mental Health Care: Accessible, Accountable, Appropriate, and AffableChair: John M. Haggarty, M.D.

IW94. Refractory Schizophrenia: Treatment IssuesAmerican Association of Practicing Psychiatrists; Chair: Michael Y. Hwang, M.D.

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IW95. Caregivers in Bipolar Families: Patients and Partners in TreatmentChair: Igor I. Galynker, M.D.

IW96. Gender Benders in Forensic PsychiatryChair: Susan J. Hatters-Friedman, M.D.

IW97. A Stigma of Much Substance: Educational Skills to Enhance Trainees' Attitudes and Approaches to Substance Use and Concurrent DisordersChair: Heather Flett, M.D.

IW98. Adapting the ACT Model for the Needs of Different Communities: A Comparative Case Study of Two Japanese and Canadian ACT TeamsChair: Wendy S. Chow, M.S.W.

IW99. Clinical Pathways for Mood and Anxiety DisordersChair: Waguih W. IsHak, M.D.

IW100. Finding Balance: The Application of Yoga to Mental HealthChair: Tara A. Klein, M.D.

IW101. Akathisia: An Elusive PhenomenonChair: Naveed Iqbal, M.D.

IW102. A Malpractice Lawsuit PrimerChair: Eugene Lowenkopf, M.D.

IW103. Multidisciplinary Treatment of Chronic PainChair: Vladimir Bokarius, M.D., Ph.D.

IW104. Addressing the Needs of Community-Dwelling Older Schizophrenic PersonsChair: Carl I. Cohen, M.D.

IW105. From Lab to Clinical Pratice: Biology and Treatment of Depression and Posttraumatic Stress DisorderChair: Meera Narasimhan, M.D.

IW106. The Ultimate Goal: A Modular Approach to Psychosis?Chair: Wolfgang Gaebel, M.D.

IW107. Case Studies Using Video Playback in Couples' TherapyChair: Ian E. Alger, M.D.

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Scientific and Clinical Reports Session 28. Pharmacotherapy and Personality Disorders

82. Personality Traits and Prophylactic Treatment With Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors Sabrina J. Khan, M.D.

83. Olanzapine for the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder: A Flexible-Dose, 12-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study S. Charles Schulz, M.D.

84. A Dose Comparison of Olanzapine for the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder: A 12-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study Mary C. Zanarini, Ed.D.

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Session 29. Long-Term Outcomes of Schizophrenia

85. A 20-year, Multi-Follow-Up Study of Persecutory Delusions in Schizophrenia Martin Harrow, Ph.D.

86. Relationship Between Neurocognitive Performance and Instrumental Work Functioning in Schizophrenia and Other Disorders: A 20-year Prospective Longitudinal Study Linda S. Grossman, Ph.D.

87. Neurocognition, Complex Social Cognition, and Functional Outcome in Schizophrenia Joseph Ventura, Ph.D.

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Session 30. Novel Approaches to Wellness

88. A New Kind of Psychiatry: Information Theory in the 21st Century David A. Rothstein, M.D.

89. Spirituality and Recovery From Panic Attacks Caroline B. Williams, M.D.

90. Fostering Spiritual Values and Well-Being: The Need in Psychiatry Russell F. D'Souza, M.D.

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Session 31. Methological Issues in Psychiatric Disorders

91. Joint Crisis Plans for People With Psychosis: Economic Evaluation of an RCT Claire Henderson, M.D.

92. LOCF (Last Observation Carried Forward) and Distortion of Findings in a Psychotopic Drug Clinical Study Alex A. Cardoni, M.S.

93. Comparison of Depression and Personality Ratings by a Patient and Informant Regarding the Patient's Psychopathology Gavi Hollander, D.O.

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Session 32. Trauma, Aggression, and Psychopathology

94. Clinical Differences Between Patients With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder With and Without Psychotic Symptoms Brian P Mika, M.D.

95. A Controlled Comparison Study of a yoga Breath-Based Program and a Client-Centered Exposure Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression in Survivors of Tsunami Disaster Patricia L. Gerbarg, M.D.

96. Exploratory Factor Analysis of Borderline Personality Disorder Criteria in Hispanic Men and Women With Substance Use Disorders Daniel F. Becker, M.D.

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Session 33. Gender Issues in Psychiatric Disorders

97. Suicide Among Female Veterans in the General United States Population Bentson McFarland, M.D.

98. Comparison of Longitudinal Course of Illness Between Women and Men: A 25-year, Multi-Followup Study of Schizophrenia, Other Psychotic Disorders, and Nonpsychotic Depression Cherise Rosen, Ph.D.

99. Diagnostic and Gender Differences in Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders in First-Episode Psychosis Robert W. Marvin, M.D.

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Session 34. Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry in Mood Disorders

100. Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Levels in Depressed Patients During Antidepressant Treatments Donatella Marazziti, M.D.

101. Information Processing in Bipolar Disorder During Remission Camilo J Ruggero, Ph.D.

102. Mitochondrial Function in the Anterior Cingulate and Treatment Response in MDD Dan V. Iosifescu, M.D.

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Session 35. Antidepressants and Mood Disorders: Outcome Studies

103. Impact of Study Design on the Results of Continuation Studies of Antidepressants Mark Zimmerman, M.D.

104. The Effectiveness of Venlafaxine and Its Metabolite in Refractory Depressed Patients Patrick S. Mbaya, M.D.

105. Discontinuation of Antidepressant Prophylaxis—Are There Predictors? Tara M. Pundiak, M.D.

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Symposia

S75. Culture as a Rationalization for Violence Against Women

S76. The COMBINE Trial: Treatment of Alcohol Dependence From Bench to Bedside

S77. Depression as Indicator and Focus of Treatment in Primary Care Clinics

S78. The Psychopathology of Personality: Perspectives From the Collaborative Longitudinal Personality Disorders Study (CLPS)

S79. Expanding NYS Prison Psychiatry

S80. Neural Correlates of Psychodynamic Constructs

S81. Addressing Patients' Needs: Patient-Centered Diagnosis

S82. Optimum Treatment Duration in Early Psychosis

S83. Model Psychiatry Residency Programs on Religion and Spirituality

S84. Suicide: Practical Patient Safety for the Doc From Risk Assessment to Risk Reduction

S85. Combined Treatment With Psychotherapy and Medications: Research and Clinical Issues

S86. Children and War: Emotional and Psychiatric Consequences of War and Terror on Children and Adolescents

S87. The Psychocultural Foundations of Contemporary Terrorism

S88. Work Outcome in Schizophrenia: Advances in Prediction and Intervention

S89. Passages: Perspectives of Women Psychiatrists Negotiating Career Transitions

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