Anthony's Hospital. He also works in the St. Anthony's wound center, is a member of the Palliative care team at St. Anthony's and has a private practice. Originally from San Clemente, California, Dr. Evans tries to play the guitar poorly, and loves water sports. He teaches extensively at the national FP meetings with a special interest in exercise testing. Feller received all of his medical training medical school and residency in Gainesville, University of Florida, College of Medicine. He did clinical practice for 5 years also in Gainesville and then joined the faculty of the Family Medicine Residency Program.
He is currently the vice chair for community health and director of behavioral medicine. His academic interests include integrative medicine and behavioral medicine. Ferguson is an emergency intensivist physician and a graduate of University of Michigan medical school. He was a member of the founding faculty in emergency medicine at the University of Michigan from through He joined the faculty at the University of Florida in Gainesville in and founded the emergency medicine residency program at UF.
He also founded the emergency medicine track for the critical care Fellowship at University of Florida with the Department of anesthesiology. At that time, he held a dual appointment in emergency medicine and anesthesiology critical care and was promoted to Associate Professor in He was a member of the University of Florida's NASA medical support team from until the end of the shuttle program in ; during the last three years, he was medical director of the medical support team. At the University of Florida, he was recognized as a master educator in medical education and twice received exemplary teacher awards from University of Florida.
He was subsequently inducted as a member of the Society of Teaching Scholars in Medical Education at the University in Also at the University of Florida, he founded "Project Thailand" a global health program designed to teach students and residents topics in tropical medicine and global health, as well as bring primary medical care to the hill tribes people of northern Thailand. He enjoys attending concerts, hunting sharks teeth on the beach, golf, and international travel.
File received his Master of Science in medical microbiology from Ohio State University in Columbus, in , where he also completed his fellowship in infectious diseases. He is a past-president of the Infectious Disease Society of Ohio. Primary research interests that Dr File has pursued include respiratory tract infections, immunizations in adults, antimicrobial stewardship, and evaluation of new antimicrobial agents.
A frequent lecturer nationally and internationally, he has published more than articles, abstracts, and textbook chapters, focusing on the diagnosis, etiology, and treatment of infectious diseases, especially on respiratory tract infections and antimicrobial stewardship. He authors sections on community-acquired pneumonia, acute bronchitis, and hospital-acquired pneumonia in UpToDate. Firestone is a licensed psychologist PY , mediator, mediation trainer and dispute resolution system consultant and has maintained a private mediation practice since Firestone has lectured and published widely in the field of mediation including a recent article he co-authored on mandatory pre-suit medical malpractice mediation and is co-author of Mediation Works: Make it Work for You, a mediation orientation video produced by the Florida Supreme Court Dispute Resolution Center.
Michael A. Michael regularly represents physicians and other healthcare providers before the licensing boards. Fisher has been granted tenure at three different universities. Ketchum University , Yorba Linda Blvd. Dr Fisher is licensed as a pharmacist in Arizona and Pennsylvania, and has practiced in a variety of clinical settings.
He has devised and presented over continuing education seminars and innovative NSF sponsored short courses. In addition to his administrative responsibilities, he currently plans to continue teaching in his areas of expertise which includes: substances of abuses, nutrition, and the pharmacotherapy of mental disorders. His academic interests include safety and quality of care in the inpatient setting, and cost-effective care. Fogerty holds administrative responsibility for the allocation and utilization of the 1, licensed beds at Yale New Haven Hospital, one of the largest hospitals in the United States, and he remains clinically active on the inpatient general medicine service.
He has over 37 years of diverse medical experience. Glasser has worked in many different fields as well as countries around the world. Glasser is an accomplished speaker and educator who enjoys sharing his extensive knowledge and experiences with both the medical and non-medical community. He serves on the editorial advisory board of three publications in the field of emergency care, and is section editor in Infectious Disease for the journal Current Emergency and Hospital Medicine Reports.
He lives with his wife in the greater Cleveland area. She has research and publication experience related to the prevention of alcohol and tobacco abuse and resolving gender differences in education and care provided in the Emergency Department. Grill is experienced as a health psychologist and medical researcher. Grill sits on several professional boards and is an editorial reviewer for peer reviewed journals. She is the author of numerous articles and book chapters, has lectured worldwide to patient and medical audiences and has participated in media interviews. After a preliminary year of internal medicine at Louisiana State University, New Orleans, he returned to the University of Mississippi to begin his training in Dermatology.
He was in solo medical practice for 12 years prior to entering academic medicine for the past 21 years. Harris has lectured at national, state, and local meetings since on various topics in sports medicine, exercise testing, diabetes, women's health topics and cardiovascular disease. He has been active at the state and national level for the specialty of family medicine. He was named to "Kansas City Super Doctors" for Zachary also currently works as a healthcare consultant specializing in workforce design and optimization and had extensive healthcare administration experience.
Zachary originally graduated from Touro College in and has nearly 20 years of experience as a PA in hospital medicine, emergency medicine, and cardiology. Additionally, he participated in the initial pilot program introducing PAs to the National Health Service Scotland and worked outside of Glasgow in emergency medicine for a year. Zachary serves on the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants editorial board and is a frequent speaker nationally and at hospital medicine conferences.
Zachary is completing his Doctorate in Health Administration and when not studying enjoys baseball and spending time with his family. She currently holds attending hospital staff positions at St. Harvey established The GyniGirls, a monthly cancer support group for women with gynecological cancers. Since , Dr. Helms arrived at the University of Mississippi with 35 years of private practice experience in Warren, Ohio. In addition to teaching medical students and dermatology residents at Northeastern Ohio Medical University and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, he frequently has taught at regional and national venues.
His dermatology subspecialty interest is in occupational dermatology and contact dermatitis. He has also participated as an investigator or sub-investigator in a number of clinical trials. He enjoys fishing, reading, watching classic movies, and especially, travelling with his wife, two children and their families. Helms arrived at the University of Mississippi in with 35 years of private practice experience in Warren, Ohio. In addition to teaching medical students and dermatology residents at Northeastern Ohio Medical University and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, he frequently taught at regional and national venues.
Helms has 62 scientific publications and is a reviewer for several journals. He has participated as an investigator or sub-investigator in scores of clinical trials. Steve enjoys fishing, reading, watching classic movies, and especially, traveling with his wife, two children and their families. Supreme Court. His legal practice focuses on medical malpractice, qui tam litigation, administrative health law, white collar crime, drug matters, insurance law, healthcare business and transactions, workers compensation and social security disability.
His medical interests include infertility, reproductive endocrinology, oncology, voiding dysfunction, renovascular disease and general urology. He has authored amicus briefs and regulatory comments for national medical organizations. He has advised or represented over physicians in licensing, peer review and credentialing matters. He is active in assisting physicians and attorneys with substance abuse and addiction and is Membership Chair for the World Association for Medical Law. He is an Adjunct Assoc. Hinnant and his wife, Virginia, have four adult children and two grandchildren.
They enjoy sports, travel, music, theater, travel and cooking. They attend Renaissance Weekend, an ideas think tank established by Bill and Hilary Clinton, on an annual basis. Hinojosa has NO financial arrangements with any corporate organization that might have an interest in the subject being presented.
He practiced general restorative dentistry in his own dental office for 25 years and entered into the field of Dental Sleep Medicine in Hogg joined Midwest Dental Sleep Center in , where his practice was limited to the treatment of patients diagnosed with Sleep Disordered Breathing. He has worked with and worn over twenty different oral appliances and has delivered over 2, devices. His areas of interest include addiction medicine, medical education, and the art and science of physical diagnosis.
He is board-certified in both Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine. Current clinical activities include ambulatory clinic precepting, co-directing Yale's Addiction Recovery Clinic, and general medicine ward attending several months per year. Holt has authored numerous articles, reviews, and book chapters on addiction medicine topics and is a premier author for Yale's Office-based Medicine Curriculum, used by over residency programs nationally. Outside of the hospital, Dr. Holt is an avid guitarist and naturalist who genuinely enjoys the art and science of tree identification.
He lives in Connecticut with his wife and their two daughters 9 and 10 years old that entertain him nightly. Kim Hutchinson is a hospital-based advance practice psychiatric mental health clinical nurse specialist and faculty consultant for the American Nurses Credentialing Center ANCC. Credentialed to diagnose, assess, and treat persons with substance use disorders under the Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist membership for the state of North Carolina. Professional work involves assurances that healthcare systems interface and integrate unique behavioral and substance use health needs of consumers across the lifespan.
Adoption of evidence-based practices are the promoted standard. This work incorporates knowledge derived from role delineation studies to develop additional accompanying materials: 1 case studies; 2 questions, answers and rationales; 3 workbooks; 4 face-to-face 2-day live reviews; and 4 learning module redesign to online audio-visual modules, all purposed to lead to successful attainment of board certification BC in psychiatric mental health nursing.
Hutchinson is a facilitator for the Suicide Assessment and Prevention certification course, the Recovery to Practice modules, and co-developed the Transitions to Practice online education module set. Recognition and awards have been earned from colleagues across local, national, and international practice regions. Originally from Meridian, MS, Dr. He was named Academic All-American in and and was the Southeastern Conference male scholar-athlete of the year award in Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in , he was later traded to the New York Mets where he finished his minor league career.
He moved back to Mississippi and enrolled at University of Mississippi School of Medicine in After completing an Internal Medicine Residency, he served an additional year as Chief Resident of Internal medicine before completing a dermatology residency at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.
Jackson has served on the faculty since His subspecialty interests are hospitalist dermatology, complex medical dermatology, and cutaneous lymphoma. He serves a Director of Clinics in the Department of Dermatology. He has lectured internationally on the topic of women's health and venous disease and has authored 3 text book chapters and over 25 articles in peer reviewed journals. His efforts resulted in St. Charles hospital earning the Healthcare Association of New York State Pinnacle Award for quality and patient safety along with his earning the prestigious Theodore Roosevelt award given to those individuals who provide outstanding voluntary contributions and leadership at Long Island hospitals.
Les Kalman is an assistant professor in restorative dentistry and faculty lead of the Dental Outreach program at Western University. He has authored over 30 articles, holds two patents and has translated two technologies. Kalman maintains his position as the founder and President of Research Driven, an intellectual property corporation. In his spare time, Kalman enjoys photography and time with his family. Adam Kaplan was born and raised in Keyport, New Jersey.
He received his undergraduate degree from Rowan University and his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine, graduating with high honors. Kaplan also serves as full time faculty in the Internal Medicine Residency program. Since graduating from residency, Dr. Kaplan has stayed active in the academic arena of medicine in both clinical and research roles. Kaplan is the attending of record for residents, on a regular basis, and takes pride in focusing on, not only, evidence based care but also on teaching physicians humility with a bedside approach.
He is the lead faculty for the resident driven, quality improvement initiative and is currently overseeing 9 projects by the 1st and 2nd year residents. Kaplan is an active member of the ACP, achieving Fellow status in , and is involved at local and national meetings. Past activities included Leadership Day, where important healthcare initiatives where discussed in Washington, DC, as a judge at the NJ regional meeting, as well as an appointment to the Early Career Physician Council.
Kaplan believes that in order to excel at medicine you must enjoy it and while medicine should be a priority in your life, it should not encompass it. To encourage a more balanced life, Dr.
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Kaplan is an aspiring photographer and enjoys submitting his photos to the Hackensack Meridian Health Photography expo each year. He also keeps a focus on a healthy lifestyle that includes running, biking, and swimming triathlons. The most rewarding of all is his family, he enjoys spending time with his wife and son. Previously, Dr. Karty served as the Medical Director in the Continuing Medical Education Division at the American Academy of Family Physicians, having been a member of that organization throughout her medical career, joining in the late 's. Joel M. He is also serving or has served on many other professional boards and committees.
Kaufman's interests include physician advocacy, quality improvement in medical practice, provide-payer interaction, and clinical teaching. Kays has NO financial arrangements with any corporate organization that might have an interest in the subject being presented. Richard Kelly is a member of the medical faculty at the University of California in Irvine. As an undergraduate at Harvard University, Dr. Kelly studied theology and biochemistry. After graduation, he was awarded a full scholarship to study public health at the University of California in Berkeley.
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He then moved to Stanford University where he pursued dual professional degrees in Law and Medicine. He completed his anesthesiology medical training internship, residency, fellowship at the University of California in San Francisco UCSF and after several years in private practice Dr. Kelly returned to academics. He teaches cardiothoracic anesthesiology at the university medical center and teaches a course in public policy for graduate students at the Health Policy Research Institute.
His clinical interests focus on the anesthetic management of surgical patients with complex cardiothoracic diseases and his public policy research interests include the societal consequences of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act "Obamacare" ; the ethical and legal implications of physician fatigue; medical professionalism; opioid tolerance and addiction; and national trends in medical malpractice awards. Kessler is a board certified Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician with over 35 years of clinical experience. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center.
Prior to his recent retirement from clinical practice he was the Medical Director of the Children's Developmental Center at Southwest Human Development where he established a transdisciplinary evaluation program for young children with complex developmental and behavioral problems. Kessler MD and Associates. Berry Brazelton MD. In he became a consultant to the Autism Center of Excellence at Touchstone Behavioral Services in Phoenix, Arizona and he continues to provide consultation in developmental and behavioral pediatrics in legal and educational settings when asked to do so.
Daniel H. He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Florida and his medical degree at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Kett has strong clinical and research interests in severe ICU related infections, including invasive candidiasis and healthcare associated pneumonia,and infection control practices in the ICU.
Kett is an investigator for the Mycoses Study Group, a large multidisciplinary group of researchers with a primary focus on studying serious infections, and is active in several projects related to fungal infections in critically ill patients. Additionally, Dr. Kett has presented at numerous scientific meetings and has been an invited lecturer at national and international conferences. After residency she joined Indian Health Services IHS where she worked in the clinic, hospital, nursing home and assumed the role of serving a large Native American population.
While working with IHS she quickly realized her patient base had many medical needs that were not adequately met through traditional family medicine. After 3 years at IHS, Dr. Kharbat started her solo practice bridging the gap between Eastern and Western medicine as the only Integrative physician in the region.
During the 11 years of private practice, Dr. Kharbat took on extensive additional training in functional medicine, osteopathic manipulation - fascial distortion model, and frequency specific microcurrent. In she joined Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine which enables her to see chronic complex conditions from around the world, contribute to the first functional medicine randomized clinical trials for diabetes and asthma, lead shared medical appointments and provide functional medicine training for colleagues, residents and medical students.
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King is a board certified family physician who has served as Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at West Virginia University since Throughout his career he has been a clinical researcher and educator with several areas of emphasis including lung disease, cardiovascular risk reduction, and clinical epidemiology. He has been a national speaker for the American Academy of Family Physicians on lung disease and other topics. King has published over peer-reviewed research publications and his work has been recognized with a Distinguished Paper at NAPCRG and has been a finalist for paper of the year at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.
He enjoys time with family and is an avid road bike cyclist. King is an experienced lecturer and maintains an active clinical practice. David S. A board-certified internist, Dr. Kountz's research interests include hypertension treatment and guidelines in underserved populations, health literacy, pipeline programs and leadership development.
He has authored more than peer-reviewed publications, book chapters, editorials and abstracts, and is a frequent speaker within and outside of his health network on a variety of topics in primary care. In Tampa, Fla. Krolick has been in clinical practice since Initially he practiced at Fairfax Hospital in Fairfax, Va. Currently he is practicing at The Heart Institute at Largo. Krolick has been a previous chairperson and director of the Pinellas chapter of the American Heart Association.
He currently serves as co-director of the cardiology fellowship program at HCA Largo Medical Center and is director of the interventional cardiology fellowship. Krolick is triple board certified in Internal medicine, cardiology and interventional cardiology. He has written numerous articles including being published in The New England Journal of Medicine, and writing recent chapters in cardiovascular textbooks. Krolick has served as clinical investigator on numerous drug and clinical device trials including drug coated balloons for treatment of peripheral vascular disease and the original drug coated stent trials for coronary artery disease He practices noninvasive cardiology and interventional cardiology.
His special interest is in peripheral vascular disease. He is recognized as both a national and local leader in endovascular interventions. Jude Medical. His peripheral interests included endovascular aortic aneurysm treatment and treatment of CLI critical limb ischemia , Deep Vein Thrombosis DVT , venous treatment, and treatment of symptomatic claudication.
Kuhn is in full-time private practice in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Center for Women's Health in Langhorne, Pennsylvania where he has been a principal since its inception in He has reached an auspicious milestone in his career; babies he delivered years ago return to him now having children of their own. Kuhn has special expertise and training in DaVinci Robotic surgery, Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive procedures. He has participated in multiple medical missions to the Dominican Republic. He currently lives in Bucks County, PA with his lovely wife, is immensely proud of his three sons, and enjoys skiing, scuba-diving and lots of coffee.
William Lawson graduated from Rutgers Medical School in Lawson is a practicing interventional cardiologist and Director of the Interventional Cardiology fellowship program at Stony Brook. He has broad expertise and interest in the field of cardiovascular disease and is actively involved in the teaching and mentoring of physicians and allied health care professionals at SUNY, Stony Brook. He is Certified in Geriatrics by the American Board of Family Practice and Internal Medicine and has been asked this year to participate in the blueprint review for the Geriatric Medicine examination.
He is also the clinical preceptor of Geriatrics for 3 different residency programs in St. Petersburg, Florida. MacKinnon received her pharmacy degree from the University of Wisconsin Madison and completed her post-graduate training at Meriter Medical Center in Madison. She has practiced in institutional and community pharmacy practice. MacKinnon completed his pharmacy education at the University of Wisconsin Madison and completed two years post-graduate residency training at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics.
He also teaches Nursing to undergraduate and graduate Nursing students. He is a licensed consulting attorney who practiced medicalnegligence law on behalf of plaintiffs for 20 years, an ethicist and poet, and a retired certified registered nurse anesthetist with specialization in shock, trauma and critical care. He's written and lectured extensively in the US and abroad in the fields of law, medicine, healthcare and business ethics, health policy and decision making. He is the principal investigator on a number of clinical trials, longitudinal studies and has published more than 30 peer-reviewed manuscripts and multiple book chapters.
He has received many honors and accolades for his teaching and service including induction into Norman C. Nelson Order of Teaching Excellence. He has current and previous service on a number of intra-mural committees. He was an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley where he received an AB with distinction in Biology. After his chief year, Dr. Throughout his residency training and postgraduate career, Dr. He is a medical community leader serving on the Board of his county medical association and is a delegate to the Florida Medical Association.
He has been a speaker on women's health issues for the University at Sea since Daniel R. His clinical interests include the treatment of infectious diseases in the emergency department, cognitive errors, leadership and patient education and satisfaction. His research interests are the ED treatment of infections, such as pneumonia and respiratory infections, medical education research and patient experience. He is a frequent lecturer at national legal medicine and medical law conferences. Firestone holds a medical degree from Temple University and a law degree from the University of Colorado Firestone provides medical-legal consultation and practices medical law.
His legal practice primarily involves representation of physicians in cases involving hospital staff privileges, licensure, medical practice disputes and other complex medicolegal issues. Sam J. After completing a one-year Neurotology Fellowship at Vanderbilt University from , he rejoined Loyola. He was residency program director from and became Chairman of the Department on July 1, He has a very busy clinical practice that includes all facets of Otology, Neurotology, and Lateral Skull Base Surgery.
He has a particular interest treatment of hearing loss and he has implanted many patients with ossicular prostheses, bone-anchored hearing systems, cochlear implants, and active middle ear implants. He is also very involved in clinical and translational research, medical and surgical education, and outreach. Matthews practices general internal medicine in Washington, DC and is a member of the clinical faculty at Georgetown University School of Medicine.
He conducts research and lectures nationally and internationally on the doctor-patient relationship and the psychological and spiritual dimensions of medicine, including the role of faith, religion, and prayer in clinical care and healing. He graduated from Duke University School of Medicine in , and completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at the University of Connecticut in Farmington in At Yale, he studied clinical epidemiology and began his research career by examining patients' perceptions of physician performance in the hospital and outpatient setting.
He is a co-founder of the Connecticut Chronic Fatigue Study, one of the first major longitudinal studies of this perplexing condition. This position offered him an opportunity to integrate his religious faith with his skills in internal medicine and psychiatry and to develop his research interest in the spiritual aspects of medicine.
In , he joined the faculty of Georgetown University School of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine, where he continued to expand his clinical, teaching, and research interests. In the same year, he was named as a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. From to , he practiced general internal medicine in Washington, DC. He lives in McLean, Virginia with his wife, Demetra, a certified public accountant.
He enjoys family and church activities, Bible study and teaching, golf, baseball, piano, singing, songwriting, ballroom dancing, travel, and photography. After returning to Arkansas in , she began a career in academic dermatology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. McCowan joined the faculty at UMMC in and was the inaugural program director when the program was established in She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Rheumatology.
She has been practicing Rheumatology in the Tampa Bay area since She has a very active practice and is also involved in clinical research. She's been voluntary faculty at the University of South Florida in the Department of Rheumatology since , and she has a personal interest in nutrition and diet and its impact on rheumatologic disease states. In addition he has researched and published widely on the interface of Child Psychiatry and Paediatrics and has trained as a Child Psychotherapist. He has a subspecialty of Paediatric Cardiology extending from the foetus to the adult with congenital heart disease.
He continues to hold consultant appointments as a Paediatrician and Cardiologist at a number of teaching and private hospitals. Professor Menahem has an illustrious academic career. He graduated as top of his year from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. He gained his specialist qualification to the Royal Australasian College of Physicians after completing his residency at the previous Prince Henry's Hospital, Melbourne.
His Membership was subsequently elevated to a Fellowship of that College. He has held academic appointments at the University of Melbourne and Deakin University and remains a full professor in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health Monash University being a member of a number of its Departments. He continues to teach and mentor students and graduates from all three universities. He continues to be active especially in clinical research and has an extensive publication list.
Professor Menahem now spends most of his time in private consultant practice and continues to conduct teaching clinics in rural Victoria. Although his referral base is from the surrounding areas with a dedicated referral pattern, his reputation has extended far and wide with referrals from other parts of Melbourne, country areas and even interstate.
Many of his patients have stayed with him since infancy into adult life including a number of women with congenital heart disease who he has successfully cared for during their pregnancies. His consultations are always conducted using a holistic approach. Edward M. Mendoza is an independent contractor and senior Physician Consultant of the Mendoza group. He has more than 29 years of experience in health care as a physician and consultant. He also has a Neurology private practice. Mendoza's consulting services include physician training, coder and case manager education, physician liaison training, clinical documentation quality reviews, clinical pathway development, and clinical cost management.
Other present consulting experience is as a part time Vice President of Medical Affairs Medical Director at a tertiary care facility. He is a Certified Physician Executive. This Community of Practice was established by CMS in order to bring together physicians from across the country to share ICD best practices and lessons learned with their peers. The physician champions are well-respected leaders in their local physician communities and volunteer their time to service as an ICD resource and a mentor to their colleagues.
He has been recognized in Modern Healthcare for his international expertise. He has spoken at numerous seminars, both nationally and internationally on clinical, international health care, and managed care topics. Investigator of the mammalian cardiovascular system, full professor, teacher, author e. He then completed his medical degree, internship, residency, general cardiology fellowship, and interventional cardiology fellowship at the University of California-San Francisco UCSF.
He then transitioned to a community-based interventional cardiology practice at St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka, CA for 8 years. He has over publications, and has had clinical research grants from the American Heart Association, American College of Cardiology, and the National Institutes of Health. Miller has more than 50 publications and presentations. She has taught adult education, curriculum design, and assessment courses and workshops to undergraduate and graduate students, medical residents and fellows, and faculty. She is also experienced in teaching task analysis to educators and physicians.
Miller's undergraduate degrees in journalism with a minor in commercial art and her master's degree in instructional technology are useful today in creating new teaching and learning materials and platforms. One of her several research agendas is teaching and assessment of very bright learners, and she is currently completing a book chapter on this topic for NOVA publishers.
Dr Mills is a board certified internist and palliative care specialist with over 35 years of medical experience and practice. It was here that he built a strong interest in and knowledge of the impact of health care systems and economics on the delivery of care. In these various rolls, he became a strong advocate for physician education to assist the evolution of the care models necessary for success in the developing health care market.
Dr Mills's extensive work in geriatrics in his clinical practice led to his growth in palliative and hospice medicine. Taking on a medical directorship at a local hospice, he gained practical knowledge of this field and went on to complete additional study in this area leading to his successful completion of board certification in She is also involved in resident and student education serving as a core faculty member and the director of the 3rd year medical student selective.
She has an interest in simulation and has developed a Pediatric Emergency Medicine resident simulation curriculum. There she has an opportunity to work with residents from a variety of disciplines including Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics and Family Medicine as well as fellows in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. There she discovered passions for pediatric patients and education. She enjoys free time with her husband and young children. Jose Montero received his medical degree from the University of South Florida.
Montero has been involved in many activities mostly emphasizing his abilities both as a clinician and educator. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. Montero's main interests include hospital acquired infections as well as HIV. He has had a clinical practice for over three decades and has taught hundreds of Family Medicine residents and thousands of medical students. Munzing is a leading national expert on appropriate legal vs.
Munzing has lectured on the subject to thousands of physicians and healthcare providers, law enforcement DEA, FBI, other state and federal law enforcement , and prosecutors across the United States. Laurence's Hospital, Dublin Teaching Hospital. Allen Musil has been practicing child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry for over 20 years. His education includes an undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University, a stint at Dallas Theological Seminary, and medical school at Quillen College of Medicine in Tennessee.
He completed a triple board residency and fellowship at the University of Kentucky and is board certified in general pediatrics, child-adolescent psychiatry, and adult psychiatry. He has worked as an emergency room pediatrician and medical director of both in and out patient child psychiatric services. He is also a part time assistant clinical professor at East Tennessee State University and Lincoln Memorial University in both the departments of pediatrics and psychiatry.
His expertise is in ADHD issues, mood disorders, and autistic disorders. She has been recognized both nationally and internationally for her expertise in Pediatric Infectious Diseases. Her projects have included studies involving pediatric vaccinations, international medicine and vector borne pathogens and HIV, with over peer reviewed publications to date. A frequent lecturer, presenter, and author, Dr.
He is also the Principal Investigator for several industry sponsored clinical trials. Nemeth has led a very geographically varied professional life starting training in the US, completing it in Europe. Subsequently, in he set up shop at the McGill University Health Center's Montreal General Hospital and Montreal Children's Hospital as an attending emergency medicine physician and has been there since.
He was the department director at the Montreal General Hospital for 8 of those years. His extensive international lecturing dossier and numerous McGill University teaching awards attest to his passion for teaching. She received her medical degree from the Medical School of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and did her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Minnesota and fellowship training in Gynecologic Oncology at the University of Michigan.
Prior to joining Carilion in , Dr. She is also board certified in hospice and palliative care. In addition to patient care, Dr Osborne is very involved in training medical students and residents. She is the site principal investigator for many clinical trials and has multiple publications including several book chapters. He has been faculty in the residency for 32 years and Residency Director As Director he was responsible for 24 residents 3 fellows and 7 full time faculty.
Leadership positions he has held in the organization include Chief of the Medical Staff for 4 years, Chair of IRB for 8 years as well as multiple committees and community endeavors. He has received the AJ Gorday award, which is the highest award given by the medical staff.
CAPT Parrish has received many awards and medals for his service. Parrish teaches in the residency daily and lectures frequently. He has lectured on many topics from wilderness medicine to women's health. He especially likes to mentor emerging leaders and those interested in a life of service and organizational command leadership. David Parrish was born and raised in a small town in Alabama. Dr Parrish is a recognized speaker, author and Family Physician. Pasarica is actively seeing patients in primary care clinic and performs quality improvement projects for delivery of optimal evidence-based primary care.
Dr Pasarica has been invited by numerous organizations to give CME talks on Primary Care Topics and has published extensively in this field. Her work was recognized by awards from national organizations, including the American Association of Medical Colleges and Bipartisan Policy Center. He received his PhD from University of Sydney. He was on faculty at Duke University , and is now at University of Toronto since His research interests include early phase clinical therapeutic trials for viral hepatitis and NASH fibrosis, and the development non-invasive biomarkers of fibrogenesis.
Ross was born and raised in Birmingham, AL. He was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha and graduated cum laude. He completed his internal medicine internship at the University of Colorado in Denver. He is excited to join the UMMC Dermatology family to focus on providing care to Mississippians, especially in rural areas. Outside of medicine, his interests include backpacking, fishing, paddling, and skiing. Wayne L. Peters is a native of Rapid City, South Dakota. He received his internal medicine training at the University of Florida, Jacksonville and was Chief of the General Internal Medicine Division at that institution from to From to he served as a Henry J.
Alexander Leaf, who was involved in marine-oil research for over 25 years. Originally from St. Phipatanakul has built a deep network of community relationships, and she conducts both school- and home-based asthma studies in children and has had continuous NIH funding for nearly 20 years. She is passionate about successfully mentoring the next generation of investigators, and has received multiple mentoring awards for her efforts.
She also enjoys serving the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology and the American Board of Allergy and Immunology in support of her specialty and serving as a role model to others balancing work and family. Piziak received her undergraduate degrees and her PhD from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and her medical degree from University Kentucky in Lexington. She completed her internal medicine residency at Akron general Medical Center in Akron Ohio and her fellowship training in endocrinology metabolism at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio. Tony Pogrel received his dental degree in from Liverpool University in England and his medical degree from Aberdeen University in Scotland in In , he was appointed consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Peterborough and Cambridge in England and since , has been on the full-time faculty of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco.
He is a former chairman of the department and is currently a professor and Associate Dean. Pogrel holds both medical and dental licenses in California and is board certified in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Pogrel has more than publications in the literature on a variety of topics and is a frequent presenter at specialty meetings nationally and internationally. Poleski created the modern DRH Gastroenterology Department, starting with one Gastroenterologist in , and now includes 8 Gastroenterologist.
He is currently a full time Professor of Medicine at Duke University with a full time practice at Duke University clinics and endoscopy centers. After completing his fellowship he returned to the Jewish General hospital as a consultant in Gastroenterology, developed the first Inflammatory Bowel Disease center at that hospital and at McGill University. In the summer of he joined the faculty of Duke University as Professor of Medicine and senior consultant in Gastroenterology. Ponder focuses on all areas of pediatric endocrinology, including clinical research.
The Diabetes Housecall program began in and is the future of diabetes healthcare delivery as rates of diabetes skyrocket and providers struggle to keep up with clinical demands on their time and expertise. Following that he returned to Children's Mercy Hospital. Portnoy has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals involving asthma disease management, environmental control and mold allergy. More recently he has been involved in use of Telemedicine to deliver patient care and in evidence-based medicine. Portnoy lives in Overland Park Kansas with his wife and 2 cats.
Fortunately, neither are cat-allergic. He completed his neurology residency at the University of Tennessee and completed his neuromuscular disease fellowship at the University of Virginia. He also received post residency fellowship in neurophysiology at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He was a member of the faculty of the Neurology Department at Indiana University from until when he joined the Neurology Department at Stony Brook.
Pourmand has written many articles and book chapters in the neuromuscular field. He has edited five additional books in neuromuscular disease including ALS, he has also written a book in Neurology, and he is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Clinical Neuromuscular Disease. He maintains an active clinical practice that focuses on neuromuscular disorders and he directs the multidisciplinary ALS clinic which meets twice a month at Stony Brook Hospital. He is actively involved in teaching residents and students in neurology, and is a recipient of numerous teaching awards from both the medical students and the neurology residents.
The Center also sees patients for diagnosis and treatment of peripheral neuropathies, myopathies, myasthenia gravis and muscular dystrophy. Pourmand also performs outpatient muscle, nerve and skin biopsies. Greg Psaltis has been a pediatric dentist for 43 years, most of which have been in private practice in Olympia, Washington. His varied career has included 23 years as a speaker, both nationally and internationally. He is currently involved with two volunteer clinics in Mexico that he developed. Each provides comprehensive care for the indigent and medically compromised children of the Los Cabos and Zihuatanejo areas.
He has published in several dental journals and was given the Gordon Christensen Speaker Award for excellence in professional presentations. Mary Ellen's professional writing about food and lifestyles has spanned over thirty years. Her interactions with chefs, farmers, and restaurateurs led to greater involvement in nutrition education and teaching. Mary Ellen speaks nationally on creating optimal nutrition and making thoughtful life choices.
Her local classes focus on supporting people along their healthful life journeys. She accompanies Greg on their Mexican mission trips as a dental assistant. She has taught nursing at both the associate and baccalaureate degree levels, and is now acting as the owner of Paragon Education, committed to superior nursing continuing education. Cheryl is dedicated to empowering critical care and emergency nurses in their practice and is a nationally-recognized seminar speaker.
Her reputation is well deserved for her ability to make nursing education applicable and practical, as well as engaging and entertaining. Her interactive seminars offer diverse educational activities that aim to increase knowledge, expand understanding, refine skills, enhance practice performance and improve the health status of patients. Cheryl is an innovative educator with the wonderful ability to make complex concepts understandable and clinically applicable.
In her seminars, you'll find current, and clinically-relevant information that is presented with individual flair. And you'll laugh, a lot. He is a certified Mentor for the Department of Veterans Affairs. He was invited to give the Commencement Address on the graduation ceremony of Medical University of South Carolina class of He has been inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society.
He has published hundreds of articles and book chapters. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and five children, hiking and meditating. Sandra Reifsteck is a seasoned ambulatory healthcare professional with over 40 years of experience working with physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers. Following this career, she joined the Institute for Healthcare Communication serving as Director of Office of Development and Quality Improvement whose missions is to improve health care through communication skills between clinicians and patients.
She continues as a Master trainer with experience in conducting Train the Trainers across the US and Canada in addition serving as faculty for University at Sea. Sandy also is a founding member of the American Academy of Ambulatory Nursing who will be celebrating their year anniversary in April Her healthcare and life experience have allowed her to follow her passion of "people" communicating with each other and the importance it has in today's health care environment.
It was during this time that I began to see the importance of being an independent practitioner. Focusing on Internal Medicine as my specialty after medical school and completing my residency at Methodist Dallas Medical Center in Upon completion of my residency I joined the Dallas Hospitalist group of Methodist Dallas Medical Center and was also select to join the teaching staff.
One year later the Hospitalist program was up running successfully, I left Methodist Mansfield to pursue my career as an independent physician. Throughout the years I have worked with various hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, and home healthcare agencies all in an effort to improve post-acute care, patient transfers, and advance the discharge process. Still working on ways to improve the outpatient process, I joined two other physicians in opening the Urgent Plus Care Center of Ennis in I went on later to establish the VIP Healthcare clinic of Ennis in which has been great source of medical assistance to the community.
VIP has improved access to healthcare by caring for the elderly and providing the appropriate level of care on an outpatient basis. He led the development of the cardiovascular curriculum for the new medical school and teaches medical students and residents on a regular basis. Beyond medical education, he has particular interests in prevention and the early detection of heart disease, team-based care and innovative value-based care for the safety net population.
Rodgers received his medical education and residency training in internal medicine at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. He completed his fellowship training in cardiology at Baylor College of medicine in Houston. He began his cardiology practice in Austin in When Dr. After completing his active duty commitment he remained in the United States Naval Reserve until when he was Honorably Discharged.
After finishing the fellowship program Dr Rodriguez remained in the Tampa Bay area in private practice and later joined Community Health Centers of Pinellas where he served as Director of the Family Medicine Department. He has served as a team physician and provided medical coverage for many of our local sports. Lightning League. He is also a licensed professional ringside physician and provides medical coverage for professional boxing and mixed martial arts in Florida. Rodriguez is married and has three children. His oldest daughter attends Florida State University.
He enjoys playing basketball and tennis but loves to spend his spare time watching his children participate in sports. Domingo Rodriguez-Cue was born in Havana, Cuba. He completed a rural residency program and then a faculty development fellowship. Cue was featured in Peter Jennings's world news tonight American Agenda program on TeleMedicine use in rural practice.
With a strong focus on diet and exercise, he felt he needed to focus on the third pillar of health, which is sleep. He became board certified in Sleep Medicine in He is also board certified in Family Medicine, but mostly practices sleep medicine. He is the medical director of the Sound Sleep Institute in Raleigh, North Carolina, and practices at 6 locations throughout the state.
Cue is also a sleep consultant for CareHere on site Wellness and interprets sleep studies for several of their industrial and private clinics. Cue also works closely with dentists to provide oral appliances for his sleep apnea patients. He specializes in non pharmacologic approaches to insomnia and movement disorders. He lectured at the North Carolina Academy of Sleep Medicine summer meeting on the association between sleep apnea and cancer.
He also presented at the Carolina Sleep Society Meeting in One of his areas of interest is how the fusion of modern technology is interacting with every day sleep. Heis an avid user of actigraphy to help treat patients with circadian dysrythmias and movement disorders. His focus will be on common sleep disorders in primary care and achieving optimal sleep for your personal well-being. Rogers served as student and then academic dean of the Mayo Medical School Rogers has had a long-standing interest in oral dermatology, oral pathology and oral medicine. He has been recognized as an authority in that area having edited three volumes of the Dermatology Clinics with a fourth volume in preparation and co-authored three books as well as more than scholarly publications.
Pearson Memorial Education Achievement Award. Noble Folder 2 of 2. Alcoholism--David H. Alcoholism--Annals of Internal Medicine, correspondence. Alcoholism--Annals of Internal Medicine. Alcoholism--American Assembly, Overview. Alcoholism--Articles Folder 1 of 2. Alcoholism--Articles Folder 2 of 2. Alcoholism--Newspaper and magazine articles. Alcoholism--Reports Folder 1 of 5. Alcoholism--Reports Folder 2 of 5. Alcoholism--Reports Folder 3 of 5.
Alcoholism--Reports Folder 4 of 5. Alcoholism--Reports Folder 5 of 5. Alcoholism--Alcoholism newsletters. Alcoholism--Alcohol and drug abuse data. Alcoholism--Alcohol legislation. Alcoholism--Alcohol consumption. Alcoholism--Alcohol costs. Alcoholism--Alcohol Research Center. Alcoholism--Sheila B.
Alcoholism--Aversion therapy. Alcoholism--Drunk driving Folder 1 of 2. Alcoholism--Drunk driving Folder 2 of 2. Alcoholism--Interdepartmental Clinical Conference on Alcoholism. Allen, Steve. Altered states of consciousness. Alvarez, Walter C.. Alzheimer's Disease. Amotivational Syndrome. Animal research. Animal rights. Anorexia nervosa and bulimia. Antarctic project. Anxiety disorders. Athletics articles. Athletics correspondence.
Athletics publications. Autistic Savant and Asperger's Syndrome. Bahnson, Claus Bahne. Behavior change in institutional settings. Behavior control. Behavior control--Hastings Center. Behavior modification--APA documents. Behavior modification--Articles Folder 1 of 3. Behavior modification--Articles Folder 2 of 3. Behavior modification--Articles Folder 3 of 3. Biofeedback--Newspaper clippings.
Boxing and brain damage. Brain--Hemisphere studies. Brainwashing--Articles by authors with last names "A" through "H". Brainwashing--Articles by authors with last names "H" through "L". Brainwashing--Articles by authors with last names "M" through "Z". Brainwashing--John Hochman.
Brainwashing--Newspaper and magazine clippings. Brainwashing--Writing by LJW. Brainwashing--Prisoners and Detainees. Brainwashing and though reform. Cannabis Folder 1 of 2. Cannabis Folder 2 of 2. Candida Albicans. Cannibalism Folder 1 of 2. Cannibalism Folder 2 of 2. Capital punishment Folder 1 of 4. Capital punishment Folder 2 of 4. Capital punishment Folder 3 of 4. Capital punishment Folder 4 of 4. Capital punishment--Agendas, lists.
Capital punishment--Aikens case. Capital punishment--Amnesty International. Capital punishment--Anderson Saterfield amicus curiae. Capital punishment--Articles by authors with last names "A" through "D". Capital punishment--Articles by authors with last names "E" through "F". Capital punishment--Articles by authors with last names "G" through "J". Capital punishment--Articles by authors with last names "K" through "O". Capital punishment--Articles by authors with last names "P" through "Z". Capital punishment--Bibliography.
Capital punishment--Boykin vs. Capital punishment--Ramsey Clark. Capital punishment--Correspondence Folder 1 of 5. Capital punishment-- Correspondence Folder 2 of 5. Capital punishment-- Correspondence Folder 3 of 5. Capital punishment-- Correspondence Folder 4 of 5. Capital punishment-- Correspondence Folder 5 of 5. Capital punishment--Cumulative case summaries Folder 1 of 3.
Capital punishment--Cumulative case summaries Folder 2 of 3. Capital punishment--Cumulative case summaries Folder 3 of 3. Capital punishment--Definitions of crimes and executions. Capital punishment--James Donald French case. Capital punishment--Hearings. Capital punishment--Internal. Capital punishment--Lifelines newsletter. Capital punishment--William L. Maxwell case. Capital punishment--Newspaper clippings Folder 1 of 3. Capital punishment--Newspaper clippings Folder 2 of 3.
Capital punishment--Newspaper clippings Folder 3 of 3. Capital punishment--"The Sentry" newsletter. Capital punishment--Spencer vs. Beto case. Capital punishment--Writing by LJW. Capital punishment--William J. Capital punishment--Frederick Charles Wood case. Child abuse Folder 1 of 2. Child abuse Folder 2 of 2. Child abuse--Abusive parents. Child abuse--Articles by authors with last names "A" through "C". Child abuse--Articles by authors with last names "D" through "F".
Child abuse--Articles by authors with last names "G" through "I". Child abuse--Articles by authors with last names "J" through "M". Child abuse--Articles by authors with last names "N" through "Q". Child abuse--Articles by authors with last names "R" through "S". Child abuse--Articles by authors with last names "T" through "Z". Child abuse--Australia statistics.
Child abuse--California Child Protective Services. Child abuse--California prenatal care. Child abuse--California Self-Help Center. Child abuse--Childhelp USA. Child abuse--Committee on Children, Youth, and Families. Child abuse--Correspondence. Child abuse--Data. Child abuse--Death and faith healings. Child abuse--Great Britain. Child abuse--Island Pond, Vermont. Child abuse--Mc Martin preschool case.
Child abuse--Neglect. Child abuse--New Zealand statistics. Child abuse--Newspaper clippings. Child development. Child psychiatry. Child psychiatry--Articles on adolescence. Child psychiatry--Childhood trauma. Child psychiatry--Meetings and correspondence about adolescence. Child psychiatry--Newspaper clippings. Child psychiatry--Psychobiology and social processes in adolescence.
Child psychiatry--Puberty and adolescence, annotated bibliography. Child psychiatry--Puberty and adolescence bibliography. Child psychiatry--Research bibliography. Civil defense--Articles. Civil defense--Newspaper clippings. Civil defense--Correspondence. Civil disorder--Articles by authors with last names "A" through "B". Civil disorder--Articles by authors with last names "B" through "C".
Civil disorder--Articles by authors with last names "D" through "G". Civil disorder--Articles by authors with last names "H" through "Z". Civil disorder--Unpublished articles by authors with last names "A" through "E". Civil disorder--Unpublished articles by authors with last names "F" through "H". Civil disorder--Unpublished articles by authors with last names "I" through "P". Civil disorder--Unpublished articles by authors with last names "Q" through "T". Civil disorder--Unpublished articles by authors with last names "U" through "Z".
Civil disorder--Writing and talks by L. Civil disorder--"Bibliography on the Urban Crisis". Civil Disorder--Campus unrest. Civil disorder--Correspondence. Civil disorder--Newspaper clippings. Civil rights--Writing by LJW. Civil rights--Newspaper and magazine clippings Folder 1 of 2. Civil rights--Newspaper and magazine clippings Folder 2 of 2.
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Civil rights--Newspaper, journal, and magazine clippings. Civil rights--Journals and magazines. Civil rights--Correspondence Folder 1 of 3. Civil rights--Correspondence Folder 2 of 3. Civil rights--Correspondence Folder 3 of 3. Civil rights--A. Civil rights--U. Commission on Civil Rights. Civil rights--Department of Labor. Civil rights--Office of Economic Opportunity. Civil rights--Southern Regional Council. Civil rights--Racial discrimination in Oklahoma.
Civil rights--Housing in Oklahoma City Folder 1 of 2.
Civil rights--Housing in Oklahoma City Folder 2 of 2. Civil rights--Housing information. Civil rights--"Mental Health and Segregation". Civil rights--Black Muslims. Civil rights--Reports on minority groups among psychiatry residents. Civil rights--Education. Civil rights--Pamphlets. Civil rights--Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Civil rights--Negroes, "Black as the Stranger". Civil rights--Harlem. Civil rights--Articles by authors with last names "A" through "F".
Civil rights--Articles by authors with last names "G" through "R". Civil rights--Articles by authors with last names "S" through "Z". Civil rights--Anti-Slavery Society. Civil rights--Miscellaneous. Clinical ecology. Collins, Wilkie. Communism--Old information. Computer-assisted psychotherapy. Consultation-Liason psychiatry.
Competency to stand trial. Composers Folder 1 of 2. Composers Folder 2 of 2. Cosmetic surgery. Counter culture. Criminality--A clinical approach. Cross cultural studies--Oriental. Cross cultural studies--Other. Death--Medicine, Law, and Society. Diamond, Michael. Disasters--Response to earthquakes, Brisbane Conference. Disasters--Conference on Psychological Aspects of Disasters.
Disasters--Natural hazards. Dissociative disorders--Bibliographies. Dissociative disorders--Articles by authors with last names "A" through "E". Dissociative disorders--Articles by authors with last names "F" through "K". Dissociative disorders--Articles by authors with last names "L" through "N".
Dissociative disorders--Articles by authors with last names "O" through "U". Dissociative disorders--Articles by authors with last names "V" through "Z". Dissociative reactions--Monograph. Dissociative reactions--Articles. Dissociative reactions--LJW's papers. Dissociative reactions--Correspondence and programs Folder 1 of 2. Dissociative reactions--Correspondence and programs Folder 2 of 2.
Drugs and drug abuse. Drugs and drug abuse--Resource books. Drugs and drug abuse--Newspaper and magazine clippings. Drugs and drug abuse--Adolescent drug problems. Drugs and drug abuse--Writing and presentations by LJW. Drugs and drug abuse--Treatment, articles by authors with last names "A" through "D". Drugs and drug abuse--Treatment, articles by authors with last names "E" through "J". Drugs and drug abuse--Treatment, articles by authors with last names "J" through "K". Drugs and drug abuse--Treatment, articles by authors with last names "K" through "M".
Drugs and drug abuse--Treatment, articles by authors with last names "M" through "S". Drugs and drug abuse--Treatment, articles by authors with last names "T" through "Z". Drugs and drug abuse--Treatment. Drugs and drug abuse--Data. Drugs and drug abuse--Epidemiology, articles by authors with last names "A" through "R". Drugs and drug abuse--Epidemiology, articles by authors with last names "R" through "Z". Drugs and drug abuse--Etiology and prevention, articles by authors with last names "A" through "B".
Drugs and drug abuse--Etiology and prevention, articles by authors with last names "B" through "H". Drugs and drug abuse--Etiology and prevention, articles by authors with last names "J" through "M". Drugs and drug abuse--Etiology and prevention, articles by authors with last names "N" through "R". Drugs and drug abuse--Etiology and prevention, articles by authors with last names "S" through "Z". Drugs and drug abuse--History, articles by authors with last names "A" through "J". Drugs and drug abuse--History, articles by authors with last names "K" through "P". Drugs and drug abuse--History, articles by authors with last names "Q" through "Z".
Drugs and drug abuse--Legalization and criminalization, articles by authors with last names "A" through "M". Drugs and drug abuse--Legalization and criminalization, articles by authors with last names "N" through "Z". Drugs and drug abuse--Correspondence Folder 1 of 2. Drugs and drug abuse--Correspondence Folder 2 of 2. Drugs and drug abuse--Newsletters. Drugs and drug abuse--EEG and drugs. Drugs and drug abuse--Drug Abuse Survey Project 1 of 2. Drugs and drug abuse--Drug Abuse Survey Project 2 of 2.
Drugs and drug abuse--Marijuana. Drugs and drug abuse--Dependency disorders, newspaper and magazine clippings. Drugs and drug abuse--LSD bibliography. Drugs and drug abuse--LSD articles. Drugs and drug abuse--LSD and the elephant. Drugs and drug abuse--General. Drugs and drug abuse--General, articles by authors with last names "A" through "E". Drugs and drug abuse--General, articles by authors with last names "F" through "P". Drugs and drug abuse--General, articles by authors with last names "Q" through "Z". Drugs and drug abuse--Marijuana bibliographies.
Drugs and drug abuse--Marijuana-Tinklenberg. Drugs and drug abuse--Newspaper articles on heroin. Drugs and drug abuse--Drugs and the law. Drugs and drug abuse--Bibliographies. Drugs and drug abuse--Addiction. Drugs and drug abuse--Grant applications. Drugs and drug abuse--Legislation. Drugs and drug abuse--Proposals. Drugs and drug abuse--Detoxification. Drugs and drug abuse--Iatrogenic psychiatric symptoms. Drugs and drug abuse--Psychedelics. Drugs and drug abuse--Heroin. Drugs and drug abuse--Chapters on marijuana.
Drugs and drug abuse--Newspaper articles on marijuana. Drugs and drug abuse--Marijuana, articles by authors with last names "A" through "F". Drugs and drug abuse--Marijuana, articles by authors with last names "G" through "L". Drugs and drug abuse--Marijuana, articles by authors with last names "M" through "P". Drugs and drug abuse--Marijuana, articles by authors with last names "Q" through "Z". Drugs and drug abuse--Chemical dependence, Jarvik and West. Drugs and drug abuse--Drug policy, Jarvik and West Folder 1 of 2. Drugs and drug abuse--Drug policy, Jarvik and West Folder 2 of 2.
Drugs and drug abuse--Drug legalization. Drugs and drug abuse--Adolescent substance abuse. Drugs and drug abuse--Dependency disorders paper. Drugs and drug abuse--"Addictions," "Communiqu? Drugs and drug abuse--Qat use in North Yemen Folder 1 of 2. Drugs and drug abuse--Qat use in North Yemen Folder 2 of 2. Drugs and drug abuse-- Jones case Folder 1 of 3. Drugs and drug abuse--Jones case Folder 2 of 3.
Drugs and drug abuse--Jones case Folder 3 of 3. Drug testing Folder 1 of 2. Drug testing Folder 2 of 2. Drug testing--Articles. Drug testing--Athletes. Drug testing--Johns Hopkins focus group. Drug testing--Newspaper clippings. Dysfunctional families. Economics and health care. Ecstasy MDMA. Electroconvulsive Therapy E. Electroencephalogram EEG. Emergency medicine. Endorphin briefing. Erhard Seminars Training est. Ethics--Articles and newspaper clippings.
Ethics in psychiatry--William J. False Memory Syndrome Folder 1 of 2. False Memory Syndrome Folder 2 of 2. Fan mail project Folder 1 of 3. Fan mail project Folder 2 of 3. Fan mail project Folder 3 of 3. Fan mail project--"The Hestonian" fan newsletter. Fan mail project--Newspaper article about fanaticism. Fan mail project--Newspaper and magazine articles about Charlton Heston. FDA Drug Bulletin. Forensic psychiatry. Geriatrics--Elderly abuse. Room A, Charles E. Young Research Library. Language of Material: English. Creator: West, Louis Jolyon. Physical Description: Linear Feet boxes.
He was an expert on cults, coercive persuasion "brainwashing" , alcoholism, drug abuse, violence, and terrorism. The collection contains Dr. West's research materials, lecture and presentation materials, personal and professional correspondence, and documents related to his professional associations and academic positions.
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The library can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright. Commercial use may require additional rights that must be determined and obtained by the researcher. All requests for copyright permission to publish must be submitted in writing to Library Special Collections. Louis Jolyon Jolly West, M. After a year of college, he enlisted in the U. West served Lieutenant to Major in the U. His experiences with these men sparked a lifelong interest in helping victims of imprisonment, torture, and coercive persuasion "brainwashing".
He also helped develop a highly successful method of alcoholism treatment dubbed "The Lackland Model," and he took a humanitarian approach to understanding homosexuality in the military. In , at only 29, Dr. West was appointed professor and chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma, being "perhaps the youngest full professor in an American medical school.
West's research interests continually expanded, always incorporating the changes taking place in society. During a study on the effects of LSD on a bull elephant, Dr. West and his colleagues accidently killed the elephant by administering too high of a dosage of either LSD or a tranquilizer. This incident was often brought up by his adversaries when they attempted to portray him as irresponsible and as a "crack pot.
In , Dr. In terms of his research interests, Dr. West felt that a rapidly expanding and diverse city like Los Angeles was most appropriate. Shortly after arriving at UCLA, he set out to create a "Center for the Study and Reduction in Violence," "the world's first and only center for the study of interpersonal violence. West's career included many remarkable events, including his participation in the highly-publicized trial of newspaper heiress Patricia "Patty" Hearst.
West, an expert on coercive persuasion, testified for the defense that Ms. In , he traveled to South Africa to testify on behalf of a group of Zulus who had been forced, through torture and other inhumane tactics, to confess to crimes they did not commit. He returned to South Africa in and to testify on behalf of a political prisoner suffering from post-traumatic stress. Throughout his career Dr. West was interviewed for newspaper articles and television reports on a variety of topics including cults, coercive persuasion, violence, alcoholism and drug abuse, kidnapping and terrorism.
West retired from his positions as chair and director in , but continued as a professor in the Psychiatry department, and continued to write articles and present papers at conferences around the world. West passed away on January 2, at the age of In , his son, John Stuart West published a memoir about being asked to assist in the suicides of each of his parents, Jolly and K. The collection consists primarily of paper materials, but also includes newspaper and magazine clippings, audio cassette recordings, and slides.
The collection includes research materials; lecture and slide presentation materials; writing; correspondence with colleagues and friends; materials related to his involvement in professional organizations; and materials related to his positions as chair of the UCLA Department of Psychiatry and director of the Neuropsychiatric Institute.
West's collected newspaper and magazine clippings related to a vast array of research interests, and clipped seemingly every newspaper and magazine article regarding the Patty Hearst case between and The collection does not contain any of Dr. West's patient records. Series 1. Materials are grouped according to the subject of the lecture. The materials include slides and notes about slides, research materials, travel information and correspondence related to presentations, audio recordings and transcripts. Related materials can be found in Professional Activities and Research Materials.
Series 2. Folders are named according to title or subject of writing, or publication the writing was intended for. Folders include correspondence and research materials. See related materials in Professional Activities and Research Materials. Series 3. Office Files. Contains three subseries: 3. Contains materials related to legal cases where LJW has been asked to consult 3. Contains correspondence to and from LJW, primarily with professional colleagues. Materials are grouped by year, by first letter of the last name of correspondent, and by last name of correspondent.
Series 4. Contains correspondence of a personal nature with LJW's family and friends and military orders Series 5. Professional Activities. Contains eight subseries with materials related to each professional organization and activities: 5. Contains materials related to smaller organizations and onetime events. Contains six subseries.
Contains three subseries. Scope and Contents note The Lectures and Slides series contains slides, notes about slides, and research materials on a variety of subjects. This series also contains correspondence and travel information related to presentations and audio cassette and reel-tape recordings of presentations. Scope and Contents note Abstracts of miscellaneous lectures used for sending with proposals.
Includes some correspondence. Scope and Contents note Various talks on alcoholism. Includes notes on Abipone Indians and a published article on Controlled Drinking. Scope and Contents note Includes cassette tape recording and typed transcription of lecture presented at the 2nd Annual Institute of Alcohol and Drug problems.
Circa Includes correspondence with American Family Foundation. Folder includes a writing "Scientology's Harassment of L. Handwritten "NPI Colloq, ". Folder contains cassette tape recording of Vestermark lecture and typed transcription. Scope and Contents note Folder includes correspondence regarding the publication of the proceedings from the Kittay Scientific Foundations Fourth International Symposium and includes the transcription of LJW's presentation "Setting the Problem.
Serban Ed. Freedman, M. Kaplan, M. One letter suggests that Multiple Personality Disorder be considered as a separate diagnostic category from Hysteria. Folder contains several of LJW's published articles on violence. Scope and Contents note Folder includes transcription of presentation given to the Association for Mental Health Affiliation with Israel on May 26, Scope and Contents note Folder includes cassette tape recording and transcription of presentation given in South Africa in September Folder also includes correspondence regarding LJW's contribution of a book chapter on hallucination for the "Clinical neuropsychology" volume of the Handbook of Clinical Neurology.
Scope and Contents note Presented at the Winter half-day meeting February 12, Scope and Contents note Folder includes "The origins of political terrorism: A research proposal" Knutson and a summary of "The Psychodynamics of Terrorism" for presentation on May Alan A. McLean's book "Occupational Stress. Scope and Contents note Folder includes cassette tape recording and transcription of presentation given to the California Medical Association on March 16, Recorded by Audio-Digest. Scope and Contents note Seminar given Winter Quarter Includes syllabus dated January Scope and Contents note Contains notes, slide negatives, slides 1 page and cassette recording of LJW's talk.
Scope and Contents note Folder contains keys for slide presentations, slide negatives, and newspaper clippings. Scope and Contents note Folder contains slides "Terrorism" 4 pages , "Terrorism" 1 page , "Terrorism duplicates" 1 page , and "New Vestermark slides" 1 page. Also see "Torture-- slide materials". Scope and Contents note Folder contains 3 pages of slides. Scope and Contents note Folder contains slides "History of psychiatry, mental health services" 3 pages, and key , and "Mental health services history dupes " 2 pages.
Scope and Contents note Folder contains slides 3 pages and slide keys for presentations. Scope and Contents note 2 pages of slides. Scope and Contents note Folder contains notes for presentations and slide negatives. Scope and Contents note Folder contains slides "Violence- crime rates" 3 pages , "New violence slides" 1 page , "Violence in E. Scope and Contents note "New" slides, slide negatives, and notes. Scope and Contents note Slide negatives, notes. Scope and Contents note Folder contains notes for presentation and slide negatives.
Scope and Contents note 1 page of slides. Scope and Contents note 3 pages of slides. Scope and Contents note 4 pages of slides. Scope and Contents note 1 page of slides, timeline of P. Hearst's life until sentenced to prison. Includes slide of Ralph K. Scope and Contents note Presentation was likely for an anniversary or party, given to the University president and wife. Also see "Violence. Media and violence stats and Violence Center Controversy. Scope and Contents note Likely researchers from Alcohol Research Center 5 pages , a marina, and possibly a landslide at home 2 pages.
Scope and Contents note NPI, photos of faculty, researchers, staff, and facilities. Scope and Contents note NPH , 1 page of slides. Scope and Contents note Photos likely of a ward at the Neuropsychiatric Hospital. Scope and Contents note Includes slides of photos of Sherman Mellinkoff's Beverly Hills High School yearbook, "Watchtower ," Mellinkoff's personal photos, and a series poking fun at him.
Scope and Contents note 5 pages of slides. Includes photo of the Hestons and the Wests. Charles W. Scope and Contents note S. Freud, A. Forel, Depression, Rachmaninoff note attached , people 1 page , artwork medicine? Wingless Parrot. Scope and Contents note Negative from "Olympics," Unlabeled poster board session? Tape found months after Jonestown event. Scope and Contents note By Margie Norman. Scope and Contents note Cassette dupe of interview with Dr. Gitlin Reel 1,2,3,4. Scope and Contents note Edited Gitlin interview.
Scope and Contents note Reels Scope and Contents note Cassette dupe. Reels Scope and Contents note Dupe, P. Cousins, V. Chan-Palay, G. Fareed, O. Fareed, W. Hornaday, L. West, N. Scope and Contents note A. Scope and Contents note P. Scope and Contents note No discussion. Notes read "Votes: all 'yay', only one 'nay', Orne. Rudin, M. Addis, Dr. Halperin, West, Cranberg, Langone; end of Zablocki. Scope and Contents note White.
Scope and Contents note Grey. Scope and Contents note Cream. Scope and Contents note Gold. Scope and Contents note Brown. Scope and Contents note Copper. Scope and Contents note Dark green. Scope and Contents note Light green. Scope and Contents note Red. Scope and Contents note Light blue. Scope and Contents note Yellow. Scope and Contents note Dark blue. Scope and Contents note Orange. Scope and Contents note Purple. Scope and Contents note Black. Scope and Contents note Folder contains 12 audio cassettes: 1.
Scope and Contents note Folder contains 10 audio cassettes: Scope and Contents note One magnetic tape reel. Recorded on both tracks". Scope and Contents note Keynote address--Chicago September 23, Scope and Contents note The Writing series contains reprints of articles, transcriptions of presentations, and drafts of manuscripts by LJW.
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Series also contains correspondence with journals and publishers as well as research materials related to the subject at hand. Scope and Contents note Folder contains correspondence relating to a book that seems to have never have been published, "Cults in Contemporary Society. He book idea was based on papers presented at the Wingspread Conference,. Scope and Contents note Correspondence and copies of several issues of "Speaking for Ourselves: A newsletter by, for, and about people with multiple personalities.
Scope and Contents note Folder contains lectures and papers never published. Scope and Contents note No topic given in correspondence. He acquired copyright to the booklet by Millard's descendant Van Alan Hawkins. Garth Huston, Sr. Scope and Contents note Folder contains articles by Shawn Carlson on astrology.
Contains outline for the book. See Wingspread folders Box 7 folders Scope and Contents note File contains correspondence pertaining to publication in the Archives of General Psychiatry and publication in the American Journal of Psychiatry, as well as photographs of figures for the article. Scope and Contents note The folder contains correspondence pertaining to letters printed in the journal about psychiatric services to medical students at UCLA. Letter co-signed by Dr. Sherman Mellinkoff.