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Preliminary Program
Preliminary Program: Thursday, May 21
Psychiatric News
Volume 44 Number 4 page 34-38
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Industry-Supported Breakfast Symposia
  

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Registration Open
  

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Case Conferences (Open to APA members only)

CC07. To Be Announced

CC08. To Be Announced

Component Workshops

CW27. Identifying Children at Risk for Mental Health Problems: Exploring How Risk Factors Work Together in the Emergence of Childhood PsychopathologyAPA Corresponding Committee on Infancy and Early Childhood; Chair: William Wood, M.D.

CW28. Out and Up in Age: Mental Health in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Older AdultsAPA Committee on Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Issues; Chair: Ellen Haller, M.D.

CW29. Promise and Perils of Electronic Health Record Adoption in Private Practice PsychiatryAPA Corresponding Committee on Electronic Health Records; Chair: Laura Fochtmann, M.D.

CW30. Schizophrenia and Aging: Cognitive, Medical, Social, and Psychiatric IssuesAPA Committee on Access and Effectiveness of Psychiatric Services for the Elderly; Chair: David Casey, M.D.

CW31. Science in the Clinic: Doing Research as We Care for PatientsAPA Lifers; Chair: Sheila Hafter Gray, M.D.

Issue Workshops

IW57. Phantoms of the Mind: The Role of Narcissism in Therapist Boundary CrossingChair: Howard Book, M.D.

IW59. Research With Subjects Who Lack Capacity to Consent: Surrogate Consent, Acceptable Risk, and Other Clinical and Ethical ChallengesChair: David Strauss, M.D.

IW60. Making the Most of Your Chief Year: Chief Residents' Forum (Part 1)Chair: Oliver Stroeh, M.D., Co-Chair: Shefali Srivastava, M.D.

IW61. Malpractice Defense: Winning StrategiesChair: Abe Rychik, J.D., Co-Chair: Eugene Lowenkopf, M.D.

IW62. SC Partners in Behavioral Health Emergency Services: Achieving Tomorrow, Today!Chair: Adrienne Coopey, D.O., Co-Chair: Brenda Ratliff, M.D.

IW63. How to Launch a Successful Private Practice (Part 2)Chair: William Callahan, M.D.

IW64. Mainstreaming Research Training Into an Adult Residency ProgramChair: Stephen M. Goldfinger, M.D., Co-Chair: Nina Schooler, Ph.D.

IW65. Psychiatry in the Americas: Update From the World Psychiatric AssociationChair: Michelle Riba, M.D.

IW66. Responding to the Impact of Suicide on CliniciansChair: Eric Plakun, M.D.

IW67. Cognitive and Behavioral Techniques to Improve Brief Pharmacotherapy SessionsChair: Donna M. Sudak, M.D.

IW68. Helping Patients Who Drink Too Much: Using the NIAAA Clinician's GuideNational Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism; Chair: Mark Willenbring, M.D., Co-Chair: Robert Huebner, Ph.D.

Medical Update

MU2. Optimizing the Delivery of Mental Health and Primary Care Services for Persons Living With HIV/AIDS in a Variety of Community SettingsChair: Francine Cournos, M.D.; Faculty: David E. Cohn, M.D., Saul G. Perea, M.D., Shane S. Spicer, M.D.
  

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Forums

F10. From the Other Side of the Couch: A Psychiatrist's View as a Breast Cancer SurvivorChair: Ruksana Iftekhar, M.D.

F11. Acculturation-Related Challenges in Mental Health Treatment of Asian AmericansChair: Meena Ramni, M.D.

F12. New Tools and Trends: Smoking Cessation for People With Mental and Substance Use DisordersChair: Steve Schroeder, M.D.

Lecture

L23. Heart DiseaseDean Ornish,M.D., Frontiers of Science Lecture

Component Workshops

CW32. Saved by the Internet? Psychiatric Administration and Generation XAPA Committee on Psychiatric Administration and Management; Chair: L. Mark Russakoff, M.D.

CW33. Forensic Issues Among HispanicsAPA Committee of Hispanic Psychiatrists;Chair: Humberto Martinez, M.D., Co-Chair: Andres Pumariega, M.D.

CW34. Negotiation Skills for PsychiatristsAPA Central California Psychiatric Society; Chair: Andreea Seritan, M.D.

Issue Workshops

IW69. Making the Most of Your Chief Year: Chief Residents' Forum (Part 2)Chair: Oliver Stroe, M.D., Co-Chair: Shefali Srivastava, M.D.

IW70. The New Public Psychiatry: Creating a Future Generation of Public PsychiatristsChair: Eugene Lee, M.D., Co-Chair: Jules Ranz, M.D.

IW71. Cross-Cultural Comparisons of System Approaches to Psychiatric Rehabilitation: Experiences From China and San FranciscoChair: Yifang Qian, M.D.

IW72. Should HIV Testing Be Routine for Psychiatric Patients in Inpatient and Outpatient Settings?Chair: Robert Daroff, M.D.

IW73. Psychiatry Training for Primary Care Physicians: An Ongoing ChallengeChair: Hoyle Leigh, M.D.

IW74. Teen Risk Taking: Translating Neuroscience Into Real-Life ChoicesChair: Rebecca Hommer, M.D., Co-Chair: William Wood, M.D.

IW75. Making Your Presentation More Interactive: The Better Way!Chair: Jon Davine, M.D.

IW76. Psychodynamic Therapy With Self-Destructive BorderlinesChair: Eric Plakun, M.D., Co-Chair: Edward Shapiro, M.A.

IW77. Children of PsychiatristsChair: Michelle Riba, M.D., Co-Chair: LeahDickstein, M.D.

IW78. The Physician as Patient: An Interactive WorkshopChair: Michael Myers, M.D., Co-Chair: Glen Gabbard, M.D.

IW80. Training for All Psychiatric Residents in Doing and Evaluating Research and Scholarly ActivityChair: Milton Kramer, M.D.

Scientific and Clinical Reports

Session 25. The Settings of Psychiatry: From Telepsychiatry to the Emergency Room

73. Telepsychiatry—New Approach in Treatment of Cross-Cultural Population: Patient Acceptability Study Davor Mucic, M.D.

74. Videoconferencing for Delivering Group Intervention to Reduce PTSD and Depression in Women Living in Rural Communities Cheryl Koopman, Ph.D.

75. Gender Difference of Frequent Visitors in the Psychiatric Emergency Room Chieh-Hsin Lin, M.D.

Session 26. Antipsychotic Medication in Schizophrenia

76. Long-Term Treatment With Asenapine Versus Olanzapine in Subjects With Predominant, Persistent Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia Nina Schooler, Ph.D.

77. Factors Associated With the Use of Atypical Antipsychotics Among the Schizophrenia Population: Generational and Disease Severity Effects Bernard Astruc, M.D.

78. Ethnic Differences in Length of Stay and Choice of Antipsychotic Medication Among Inpatients Diagnosed With Schizophrenia Karen Bullock, Ph.D., M.S.W.

Session 27. Gambling, Addictions, and Compulsions

79. Pathological Gambling: An Update on Neuropathophysiology and Pharmacotherapy Pinhas Dannon, M.D.

80. Psychiatric, Behavioral, and Attitudinal Correlates of Avoidant and Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Pathology in Patients With Binge-Eating Disorder Daniel Becker, M.D.

81. Problem Video Game Use: Assessment and Association With Dimensions of Psychopathology Vladan Starcevic, M.D., Ph.D.
  

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Symposia

S56. The Architectural Essential Building Blocks and Design Elements Toward a Good-Enough Mental Health System: National and International PerspectivesAmerican Association of Psychiatric Administrators

S57. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Update on Empirical Evidence

S58. Optimizing Treatment Outcome in Axis I Disorders: Augmentation With Family Interventions

S59. Healing Traumatic Wounds in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Psychiatric Treatment Aids the Peace Dialogue

S60. Treatment of Alcohol and Co-Occurring Psychiatric Disorders: What Do We Know, and Where Do We Go From Here?National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

S61. Under the Bell Jar: The Life, Works, Psychopathology, and Treatment of Sylvia Plath

S62. Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescence: What Does It Look Like and How Is It Treated?

S63. Different Experts Approach a Case of Borderline Personality DisorderAssociation for Research in Personality Disorders

S64. Bad Versus Mad: The Failure of the Penal System in CaliforniaAPA Council on Global Psychiatry and the APA Council on Children, Adolescents, and Their Families

S65. Prevention and Treatment of Mental Disorders in Children in CareAPA Committee on Family Violence and Abuse

S66. Reassessing the Action of Psychiatric Drugs

S67. The Suicidal Patient With Borderline Personality Disorder

S68. Emerging Clinical Applications of Genotype-Guided Psychotropics for Depressive Disorders

S69. Combating Stigma of Borderline Personality Disorder

S70. Genetic Vulnerabilities for Drug Abuse and Comorbid Mental Health DisordersNational Institute on Drug Abuse

S71. The Collaborative Longitudinal Personality Disorders Study: Implications forDSM-V

S72. Matters of the Heart: Depression and Cardiovascular Disease

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