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• 12-15 november 2014 •
APM2014 WELCOME
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On behalf of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, we’re happy to welcome you to our 61st
Annual Meeting at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort and Spa, tantalizingly situated on a white
sand beach on the Atlantic oceanfront.
Table of
Contents
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Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Accreditation . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2013-2014 APM Council . . . 3
Annual Meeting
Subcommittees . . . . . . . . . . 3
Tuesday, November 11 . . . . 4
Wednesday, November 12 . 4
Program Tracks . . . . . . . . . . 6
Thursday, November 13 . . . 6
Friday, November 14 . . . . . 18
Saturday, November 15 . . . 26
Sunday, November 16 . . . . 29
Session QR Code Listing . . 30
Step-by-Step Guide:
APM 2014 App . . . . . . . . . 40
Restaurant Suggestions . . . 41
Committee & SIG
Meetings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
APM Foundation . . . . . . . . 44
EAPM flyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Hotel Floor Plan . . . . . . . . . 47
Disclosure Reporting . . . . . 48
APM President Linda Worley, MD, FAPM, has chosen a conference theme of Lessons from Our
Best Teachers: Patient-Informed Advances in Clinical Care, Research, and Leadership. Scientific
Program Chair J. Michael Bostwick, MD, FAPM, working with a talented Annual Meeting
Committee, has labored for the last year to realize Dr. Worley’s vision.
It was Ralph Waldo Emerson who said, “a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.”
We intend for the meeting to celebrate the psychosomatic medicine psychiatrist’s artistry. The
PM psychiatrist brings to the consultation a multitude of tools, including careful attention to the
patient’s narrative, innovative application of the latest scientific findings, and adaptation of accepted psychosomatic principles to the particular challenges each new patient offers us.
Here’s just a sample of the smorgasbord APM will be serving up November 12-15:
• An all-day preconference “Updates in Psychosomatic Medicine” course, featuring 13 speakers
providing psychosomatic medicine essentials; and four skills-based courses running concurrently
• The Presidential Symposium, “How Relevant is our Research and Evidence Base to Actual
Patient Care?”, featuring provocative challenges to the status quo from editor William Lanier
Jr., MD; clinical researcher Mark Zimmerman, MD; and psychologist Heidi Hjelmeland, PhD
• Plenary Session: “The Human Side of Healthcare: Medicine as Stories, Stories as Medicine”,
starring Louise Aronson, MD, MFA, a geriatrician, narrative medicine expert and author of A
History of The Present Illness
• 150+ scientific posters; 42 oral papers; 44 symposia and workshops
• The debut of a 3-hour “Research for Researchers” workshop specifically designed to nurture
the aspirations of mid-level and senior psychosomatic investigators
• Mercy Killers, a gut-wrenching one-man play exploring the limits of the US health care system,
performed by writer/actor Mike Milligan, with James Rundell, MD, FAPM, as discussant
• Myriad social events to promote networking opportunities for both experienced and first-time
meeting attendees
• Up to 29.5 hours of CME credit that can be earned over the four days of the meeting.
With hundreds of abstract submissions, the competition for a place on the program was intense.
We have selected the very best that will offer you a wealth of ideas and a cornucopia of cuttingedge research in venues ranging from plenaries and a poster session, to workshops, symposia,
and a concurrent paper session.
We look forward to engaging with you in this compelling and mind-expanding program, the
pinnacle of APM’s year, a testimony to the vitality of our organization and its importance in our
professional lives.
2014 Annual Meeting Committee
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J. Michael Bostwick, MD, FAPM, Chair
Philip Bialer, MD, FAPM, Vice Chair
Anne Gross, MD, Local Arrangements Liaison
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Thomas Heinrich, MD, FAPM, CME Liaison
[Medical College of Wisconsin]
Sandra Rackley, MD, Assistant to the Chair
James Rundell, MD, FAPM, Advisor
Kristin Somers, MD, Early Career Liaison
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
APM2014 ACCREDITATION
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ACCME Accreditation Statement
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the essential areas and policies of
the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), through the joint providership of
the Medical College of Wisconsin and the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine. The Medical College
of Wisconsin is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
AMA Credit Designation Statement
2013-2014
APM Council
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President
Linda Worley, MD, FAPM
The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this live activity for a maximum of 29.5 AMA PRA
Category 1 Credit(s)в„ў. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their
participation in the activity.
President-Elect
Catherine Crone, MD, FAPM
Hours of Participation for Allied Health Care Professionals
Vice President
Steven Epstein, MD, FAPM
The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this activity for up to 29.5 hours of participation for
continuing education for allied health professionals.
Learning Objectives
At the end of this meeting participants will be able to:
• Apply psychosomatic medicine research findings to clinical care scenarios for persons with
comorbid psychiatric and general medical conditions.
• Describe the roles, strengths, and challenges of psychosomatic medicine clinical models in a
changing healthcare environment.
• Appreciate the importance of patients’ stories – their psychosocial narratives – in tailoring
individualized treatment plans responsive to their personal needs.
Secretary
Linda Ganzini, MD, MPH, FAPM
Treasurer
Robert Boland, MD, FAPM
Immediate Past Presidents
& Governors
Wayne Katon, MD, FAPM
Donald Rosenstein, MD, FAPM
Councilors
Philip Bialer, MD, FAPM
J. Michael Bostwick, MD, FAPM
• Improve and expand knowledge about improving the medical outcomes of chronically and
Rebecca Brendel MD, JD, FAPM
persistently mentally ill patients.
Donna Greenberg, MD, FAPM
• Define workforce and graduate medical education training needs for psychosomatic medicine in
Jeff Huffman, MD, FAPM
the era of health care reform.
Maryland Pao, MD, FAPM
James Rundell, MD, FAPM
Annual Meeting Subcommittees
Michael Sharpe, MD, FAPM
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Maria Tiamson-Kassab, MD, FAPM
Pre-Conference Courses
Christina Wichman, DO, FAPM
Oral Papers & Posters
Early Career Track
• Delineate evidence-based methods of delivering psychosomatic medicine clinical care when
integrated into primary care and specialty care settings.
Divy Ravindranath, MD, Co-chair
Kristin Somers, MD, Co-chair
Rashi Aggarwal, MD
Patrick Aquino, MD
Scott Beach, MD
Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FAPM
Anne Gross, MD
Laura Kent, MD
Katy Lalone, MD
Joseph Rasimas, MD, PhD, FAPM
Charles Surber, MD
Local Arrangements
Anne Gross, MD, Co-chair
Laura Kent, MD, Co-chair
Scott Beach, MD
M. Beatriz Currier, MD, FAPM
Nehama Dresner, MD, FAPM
Silvia Fernandez, MD
Kim Hartney, MD
Eliza “Leeza” Park, MD
Ann Schwartz, MD, FAPM
Jorge Sotelo, MD, FAPM
Karen Weihs, MD
Jon Levenson, MD, FAPM,
Co-chair
Christina Wichman, DO, FAPM, Co-chair
Bradford Bobrin, MD
Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM
M. Beatriz Currier, MD, FAPM
Mary Jo Fitz-Gerald, MD, FAPM
Janna Gordon-Elliott, MD
Rita Hargrave, MD
Lucy Hutner, MD
Laura Kent, MD
Karen Lommel, DO
Shehzad Niazi, MD
Roberto Ortiz-Aguayo, MD
Terry Rabinowitz, MD, DDS, FAPM
Muhamad Aly Rifai, MD, FAPM
Dahlia Saad Pendergrass, MD
Terry Schneekloth, MD
Lisa Seyfried, MD
Maryland Pao, MD, FAPM,
Co-chair
Lisa Rosenthal, MD, FAPM,
Co-chair
Rashi Aggarwal, MD
Philip Bialer, MD, FAPM
Lois Krahn, MD, FAPM
James Levenson, MD, FAPM
Eliza “Leeza” Park, MD
Lisa Seyfried, MD
Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM
Editor, Psychosomatics
Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM
Chair, Foundation of APM
Philip Muskin, MD, FAPM
Executive Director
James Vrac, CAE
Workshops & Symposia
Sandra Rackley, MD, Co-chair
Christopher Sola, DO, FAPM,
Co-chair
Sharon Batista, MD
James Bourgeois, OD, MD, FAPM
Khyati Brahmbhatt, MD
Marc Feldman, MD
Marian Fireman, MD, FAPM
Travis Fisher, MD
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
Thomas Heinrich, MD, FAPM
Jeff Huffman, MD, FAPM
Manuel Pacheco, MD, FAPM
Laura Prager, MD
Christine Skotzko, MD, FAPM
Sanjeev Sockalingam, MD, FRCPC
Joel Wallack, MD, FAPM
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APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
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TUESDAY, NOV. 11
wednesDAY • Nov. 12
w 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Registration Desk Open................................................................ Caribbean Foyer
WedneSDAY, NOV. 12
w 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Registration Desk Open................................................................ Caribbean Foyer
Updates in Psychosomatic Medicine
Part I [7.5 CME full day]............................................................................. Ocean Ballroom
w 7:45 am – 12:00 noon
Acute Brain Failure: Pathophysiology, Prevention and Treatment of Delirium
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Update in Neuropsychiatry
Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM, Creighton University School of Medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital
and Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ
Update in Psychopharmacology in the Medically Ill
Update in Pain Management for the Consultation Psychiatrist
Stephen Ferrando, MD, Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, NY
Shamim Nejad, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Transplant Psychiatry
Andrea DiMartini, MD, FAPM, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Update in Cardiac Psychiatry with a Focus on Issues of QTc Prolongation
Scott Beach, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Clinical Pearls in Endocrinology
J. Carl Pallais, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
w 7:45 AM – 12:00 noon
Concurrent Skills Courses [4.0 CME each]
SC1: Legal Issues in Psychosomatic Medicine .................................. Grand Ballroom K
James Levenson, MD, FAPM, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FAPM, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
SC2: Psychopharmacology:
A Focused Review of Drug-Drug-Drug Interactions.............................Grand Ballroom G
w 12:00 noon – 1:00 PM
Lunch on your own
Sheryl Fleisch, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
Daniel Elswick, MD, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Yelizaveta Sher, MD, Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, CA
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Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
Updates in Psychosomatic Medicine
Part II ......................................................................................................... Ocean Ballroom
w 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Alcohol and Drug Addiction in the General Hospital Setting:
Clinical Competence for the Psychosomatic Medicine Specialist
Robert Weinrieb, MD, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Update in Women’s Mental Health
Christina Wichman, DO, FAPM, Medical College of Wisconsin, Muskego, WI
HIV and Other Infectious Diseases
Oliver Freudenreich, MD, FAPM, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
WednesDAY • Nov. 12
APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
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Somatoform Disorders
Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Update in Psycho-oncology
Donald Rosenstein, MD, FAPM, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Legal Issues in Psychosomatic Medicine
Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FAPM, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
w 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Concurrent Skills Courses [4.0 CME each]
SC3: Assessment and Management of the Opioid-dependent
Chronic Pain Patient................................................................................ Grand Ballroom K
Jon Streltzer, MD, FAPM, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI
Carl Sullivan, MD, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
SC4: Acute Brain Failure: Neurobiology, Prevention and
Treatment of Delirium...............................................................................Grand Ballroom G
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
w 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Council members & invited guests only.
w 3:00 – 5:00 PM
Early Exhibitor Set-up............................................................ Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 5:00 – 6:00 PM
By invitation only.
APM Council Meeting (first)............................................................ Caribbean I-III
Psychosomatics Editorial Board Meeting............................... Caribbean I-III
New Member, First-time Attendee, Trainee
& Early Career Mixer By invitation only................................Dunes Coconut Terrrace
w 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Fellowship program directors and fellowship trainees.
w 5:30 – 7:00 PM
PM/C-L Fellowship Directors’ Forum........................................ Caribbean I-III
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
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thursDAY • Nov. 13
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w 6:00 – 6:45 AM
Neighborhood Run...................................................................... Meet in hotel lobby
w 6:15 – 7:00 AM
Mindfulness Meditation with Paul Jones, MD................................................ Miami
w 6:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Registration Desk Open................................................................ Caribbean Foyer
w 7:00 – 8:30 AM
Exhibitor Set-up......................................................................... Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 7:00 – 8:00 AM
APM Committee Meetings................................................... See schedule on page 42
Continental breakfast served for credentialed committee members.
w 7:30 – 8:00 AM
All About APM Membership...............................................................................Miami
Non-members are invited to a breakfast meeting with APM leaders to learn more about the
value and professional connections available through Academy membership, and how to join.
w 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Exhibits Open.............................................................................. Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 8:00 – 8:15 AM
Light Refreshments.................................................................. Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 8:15 – 8:30 AM
Annual Meeting Opening & Announcements...................Grand Ballroom
Plenary Session [2.0 CME]....................................................................Grand Ballroom
Presidential Symposium: How Relevant is our Research
and Evidence Base to Actual Patient Care?
w 8:30 – 10:40 AM
Introduction by: Linda Worley, MD, FAPM, APM President
The Creation, Publication, and Mass Dissemination of High-Quality Medical Information
William Lanier Jr., MD
Professor of Anesthesiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Things You Think You Know That Might Not Be True: Findings from the Rhode Island MIDAS Project
Mark Zimmerman, MD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Human Behavior, Brown University, Providence, RI
Risk Factors, Risk Factors, and More Risk Factors: Are We Doing the Right . Kind of Research to Guide Clinical Care?
Heidi Hjelmeland, PhD
Professor of Health Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
Break................................................................................................. Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 10:40 – 10:50 AM
Program Tracks
ATP
Addiction and
Transplant
Psychiatry
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CD
Career
Development
CCT
Collaborative
Care and
Technology
CCD
Critical Care/
Delirium
NEP
Neuropsychiatry
PPP
Perinatal and
Pediatric
Psychiatry
SUB
Psychosomatic
Medicine
Subspecialties
PLI
Psychotherapeutic and
Liaison
Interventions
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
w 10:50 AM – 12:20 PM
8 Concurrent Symposia (S) and Workshops (W) [1.5 CME]
S01: Burn Psychiatry
Track: SUB ....................................................... Caribbean I-III
W01: Neurocircuitry of Substance Abuse
Track: ATP .......................................................... Caribbean IV
Presenters: Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford University,
Stanford, CA
Joseph Rasimas, MD, PhD, FAPM, HealthPartners - Regions
Hospital, St. Paul, MN
Yelizaveta Sher, MD, Stanford University Medical Center,
Stanford, CA
Moderator/Discussant: James Levenson, MD, FAPM,
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
Presenters: Gary Gala, MD, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Elena Perea, MD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
Chapel Hill, NC
Sarah Laughon, MD, University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
S02: Brain Stimulation for the C-L Psychiatrist
Track: NEP .............................................. Clearwater/Orlando
W02: All You Ever Wanted to Know About
Research but Were Too Afraid to Ask: An APM
Research & EBP Committee Workshop
Track: CD ........................................................... Caribbean V
Presenters: E. Sherwood Brown, MD, PhD, FAPM,
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center,
Dallas, TX
Christopher Celano, MD, Harvard Medical School /
Massachusetts General Hospital, Medford, MA
Donald Rosenstein, MD, FAPM, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Michael Sharpe, MD, FAPM, University of Oxford, Oxford,
United Kingdom
Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
Presenters: Davin Quinn, MD, University of New Mexico
Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, NM
Joan Camprodon, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General
Hospital, Boston, MA
Murat Altinay, MD, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland,
OH
Gabriel de Erausquin, MD, PhD, University of South Florida,
Tampa, FL
S03: Learning from Our Warriors: Lessons
from Interdisciplinary Work with Returning
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans and Their Families
Track: CCT ........................................ Jacksonville/Tallahassee
Presenters: Thomas Strouse, MD, FAPM, David Geffen
School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FAPM, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
William Nash, MD, Boston VA Research Institute,
Great Falls, VA
S04: A Review of Toxidromes Encountered by
Consult Psychiatrists
Track: CCD ..................................................................... Miami
Presenters: Neil Puri, MD, Baylor College of Medicine,
Houston, TX
Pierre Azzam, MD, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic,
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Priya Gopalan, MD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center,
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, Pittsburgh, PA
thursDAY • Nov. 13
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W03: Psychodynamic Bedside Consultation
Track: PLI ....................................................Caribbean VI-VIII
Presenters: Kemuel Philbrick, MD, FAPM, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN
Wolfgang Soellner, MD, FAPM, Paracelsus Medical
University, General Hospital Nuremberg, Nuremberg,
Germany
Harold Bronheim, MD, FAPM, Mount Sinai School of
Medicine, New York, NY
W04: Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders in
Children and Adolescents
Track: PPP ............................................Key West/Palm Beach
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
Presenters: Susan Turkel, MD, FAPM, University of Southern
California Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
Scott Carroll, MD, University of New Mexico Children’s
Hospital, Albuquerque, NM
Jay Salpekar, MD, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore, MD
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THURSDAY, Nov. 13
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Poster Set-up by Poster Presenters ....................................... Ocean Ballroom
w 12:00 – 3:30 PM w 12:30 – 1:40 PM
Annual Research Award Lecture &
Introduction by: Michael Sharpe, MD, FAPM
Lunch [1.0 CME]...........Grand Ballroom
Nervous Breakdown: Depression following Traumatic Brain and
Spinal Cord Injury
Jesse Fann, MD, FAPM
Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
w 1:40 – 1:50 PM Break
w 1:50 – 3:20 PM
8 Concurrent Symposia (S) and Workshops (W) [1.5 CME]
S05: Psychiatric Manifestations of Neuroinflammation
Track: NEP ........................................................ Caribbean I-III
S08: “Keep Breathing and Carry On” – The
Challenge of Cystic Fibrosis
Track: PPP .............................................. Clearwater/Orlando
Presenters: Jennifer Kruse, MD, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Thomas Strouse, MD, FAPM, David Geffen School of
Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford University, Stanford,
CA
Moderator/Discussant: Mary Lynn Dell, MD, DMin,
Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Dublin, OH
Presenters: Susan Turkel, MD, FAPM, University of Southern
California Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
Jaroslava Salman, MD, University of Southern California, Los
Angeles, CA
Pamela Mosher, MD, IWK Health Centre and Dalhousie
University, Halifax, NS, Canada
Georgina Garcia, MD, Boston Children’s Hospital, Brookline, MA
S06: 40 Years of Psycho-oncology: New Innovations
in the Psychiatric Care of Cancer Patients
Track: PLI .......................................................... Caribbean IV
Moderator/Discussant: Jimmie Holland, MD, FAPM,
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
Presenters: William Breitbart, MD, FAPM, FAPA, Memorial
Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
Philip Bialer, MD, FAPM, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer
Center, New York, NY
Andrew Roth, MD, FAPM, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer
Center, New York, NY
R. Key, MD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New
York, NY
S09: Is There a Disconnect Between Clinical Practice
and Research Findings in Psychosomatic Medicine?
Exploration of the Evidence Base for Four
Commonly Used Clinical Practices
Track: SUB ...........................................Key West/Palm Beach
S07: Developing Leadership Skills: Lessons Learned
from Our Teachers
Track: CD ........................................................... Caribbean V
Presenters: Maryland Pao, MD, FAPM, National Institutes of
Health, DHHS, Bethesda, MD
Donald Rosenstein, MD, FAPM, University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Karen Johnson, MD, FAPM, Georgetown University School
of Medicine, Washington, DC
Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
Moderator/Discussant: Robert Joseph, MD, FAPM,
Cambridge Health Alliance; Harvard Medical School,
Newton, MA
Presenters: Carrie Ernst, MD, Icahn School of Medicine at
Mount Sinai, New Rochelle, NY
Akhil Shenoy, MD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai,
New York, NY
Hansel Arroyo, MD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount
Sinai, New York, NY
Naomi Schmelzer, MD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount
Sinai St Luke’s Hospital, New York, NY
Program Tracks
ATP
Addiction and
Transplant
Psychiatry
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CD
Career
Development
CCT
Collaborative
Care and
Technology
CCD
Critical Care/
Delirium
NEP
Neuropsychiatry
PPP
Perinatal and
Pediatric
Psychiatry
SUB
Psychosomatic
Medicine
Subspecialties
PLI
Psychotherapeutic and
Liaison
Interventions
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
S10: Telepsychiatry Essentials for Psychosomatic
Medicine Clinicians
Track: CCT ..................................................................... Miami
W05: Addiction: What C-L Psychiatrists Need
to Know
Track: ATP ....................................................Caribbean VI-VIII
Moderator/Discussant: M. Cornelia Cremens, MD, FAPM,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Presenters: Terry Rabinowitz, MD, FAPM, University of
Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT
Donald Hilty, MD, FAPM, LAC+USC, Los Angeles, CA
Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FAPM, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Hindi Mermelstein, MD, FAPM, NYU School of Medicine,
Great Neck, NY
Moderator/Discussant: Rashi Aggarwal, MD, Rutgers New
Jersey Medical School, Edison, NJ
Presenters: Susana Sanchez Guzman, MD, Rutgers NJMS,
Jersey City, NJ
Douglas Opler, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School,
Newark, NJ
Erin Zerbo, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School,
Newark, NJ
Sharon Batista, MD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai,
New York, NY
Matthew Rottnek, MD, New York University School of
Medicine, New York, NY
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W06: Catatonia: Video Workshop on Recognition
and Management
Track: CCD ........................................ Jacksonville/Tallahassee
Moderator/Discussant: Christopher Burke, MD, FAPM, Long
Island Jewish Medical Center, Northport, NY
Presenter: Andrew Francis, MD, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony
Brook, NY
w 3:20 – 3:30 PM
Break
w 3:30 – 5:00 PM 8 Concurrent Symposia (S) and Workshops (W) [1.5 CME]
S11: Bedside Psychotherapeutic Interventions with
Pediatric Consultation-Liaison Patients
Track: PLI ........................................................ Caribbean I-III
Presenters: Nadine Schwartz, MD, Drexel University College
of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
Lisa Giles, MD, University of Utah School of Medicine,
Salt Lake City, UT
Khyati Brahmbhatt, MD, UC Davis School of Medicine,
Sacramento, CA
S13: DSM-5 & Delirium: Diagnostic Challenges
of Delirium (sponsored by the American Delirium
Society)
Track: CCD ........................................................... Caribbean V
Presenters: Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford
University, Stanford, CA
Karin Neufeld, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Joseph Bienvenu, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
S12: Update on Perinatal Psychiatry
Track: PPP .......................................................... Caribbean IV
Presenters: Teri Pearlstein, MD, DFAPA, Alpert Medical
School of Brown University, Providence, RI
Zabe Sayeed, MD, Butler Hospital, Alpert Medical School of
Brown University, Providence, RI
Leena Mittal, MD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston,
MA
Ellen Flynn, MD, Alpert Medical School of Brown University,
Providence, RI
S14: Depression in Patients with HIV: Current
Research and Clinical Approaches to Screening,
Management, and Treatment - An APM HIV
Psychiatry SIG-sponsored Symposium
Track: SUB ....................................................Caribbean VI-VIII
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
Presenters: Kelly Cozza, MD, DFAPA, FAPM, Uniformed
Services University, Washington, DC
Jordi Blanch, MD, PhD, Hospital Clinic, Barcelona, Spain
Silvia Ferrari, MD, University of Modena & Reggio Emilia,
Modena, Italy
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APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
THURSDAY, Nov. 13
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S15: Acute Alcohol Abstinence in the General
Hospital Setting: Lessons Learned from
Complicated Patients
Track: ATP .............................................. Clearwater/Orlando
Presenters: Lex Denysenko, MD, Thomas Jefferson
University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Robin Hanson, DO, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital,
Philadelphia, PA
Christopher Martin, MD, Christiana Care Health System,
Philadelphia, PA
Jessica Mosier, MD, University of Washington, Kalispell, MT
William Jangro, DO, Thomas Jefferson University,
Philadelphia, PA
W08: Psychiatric Manifestations and Management
of Endocrine Disorders: An Interactive ProblemSolving Approach
Track: NEP ..................................................................... Miami
Presenters: J. Carl Pallais, MD, Massachusetts General
Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Thomas Heinrich, MD, FAPM, Medical College of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
DL1: Practical Implementation of Inpatient
Collaborative Care: A Nuts-and-Bolts Workshop
Don R. Lipsitt Award Workshop
W07: Early Career Psychosomatic Medicine:
From Training to Practice
Track: CD ........................................ Jacksonville/Tallahassee
Presenters: Eliza “Leeza” Park, MD, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Patrick Aquino, MD, Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, MA
Divy Ravindranath, MD, Palo Alto VAHCS, Palo Alto, CA
Charles Surber, MD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital,
Boston, MA
Sanjeev Sockalingam, MD, FRCPC, University Health
Network, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Felicia Wong, MD, Kaiser Orange County, Irvine, CA
Track: CCT ............................................. Key West/Palm Beach
Introduction by: Jesse Fann, MD, FAPM
Award winner Jeff Huffman, MD, FAPM,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Lexington, MA
Christopher Celano, MD, Harvard Medical School /
Massachusetts General Hospital, Medford, MA
Scott Beach, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital,
Boston, MA
w 5:30 – 7:30 PM Poster Session [2.0 CME]..................................................................... Ocean Ballroom
See poster titles/authors listed on pages 11-17.
w 6:30 – 8:30 PM Welcome Reception....................................................................Ocean View Terrace
w 8:00 – 9:30 PM University of Miami/University of South Florida Reception....... Beach
w 9:00 – 10:30 PM Foundation of APM Reception............................................................ Suite 1555
By invitation only.
Program Tracks
ATP
Addiction and
Transplant
Psychiatry
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CD
Career
Development
CCT
Collaborative
Care and
Technology
CCD
Critical Care/
Delirium
NEP
Neuropsychiatry
PPP
Perinatal and
Pediatric
Psychiatry
SUB
Psychosomatic
Medicine
Subspecialties
PLI
Psychotherapeutic and
Liaison
Interventions
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
POSTERS
w 5:30 – 7:30 PM Poster Session [2.0 CME]..................................................................... Ocean Ballroom
[T] = Trainee Paper
Posters are organized into the following sessions:
• Psycho-oncology
• Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
• Collaborative Care
• Emergency Psychiatry
• Case Reports
• Women’s Mental Health
• Delirium
• Systems-Based Practice
Section
1: Psycho-oncology
1.
[T] Acute Mania Associated with Ectopic
Adrenocorticotropic Hormone Secreting Small Cell Lung
Carcinoma: A Case Report and Literature Review
Presenting Author: Nuria Thusius, MD
Co-authors: Scott Schmidt, Kemuel Philbrick
2.Cancer Treatment as Retraumatization: A Case Report
Presenting Author: Jerry Ignatius, MD
3.Multidisciplinary Team Intervention to Screen, Identify
and Treat Depression in Patients with Hematological
Malignancies
Presenting Author: Shehzad Niazi, MD
Co-authors: Teresa Rummans, Steven Ames, Elaine Gustetic,
Adriana Vasquez, Kimberly Nelson, Alexandra Blinder, Asher
Chanan-Khan
4.Neuropsychological and Psychiatric Functioning in
Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Patients with Cancer Seeking
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
Presenting Author: Maria Rueda-Lara, MD
Co-authors: Maria Lopez-Patton, Ashley Wasserman, Rachel
Zeichner, Ingrid Barrera
5.
University of Miami Breast Cancer Survivorship Program:
Incidence and Treatment Outcome of Cancer-related
Treatment Effects Using an Integrated Multidisciplinary
Model of Care
Presenting Author: M. Beatriz Currier, MD
Co-authors: Eugene Ahn, Stacy Cutrono, Lesley Klein,
Andrew Mikhail, Shaily Desai
Section 2: Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
6.
[T] Beyond Words: A Functional Medicine Approach in the
Integrated Care of a Child with Intellectual Impairment
Presenting Author: Rekha Bandla, MD
Co-author: Theodote Pontikes
7.
[T] Diagnostic and Treatment Challenges of High Blood
Pressure and ADHD Symptoms in a 15-year Old Male with
Liddle’s Syndrome
Presenting Author: Gaurav Kulkarni, MD
Co-author: Sultana Jahan
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
• Neuropsychiatry
• Substance Abuse
• Psychopharmacology
• Transplant
• Training and Education
• Obesity and Nutrition
• Cardiology
8.
[T] Pediatric Delirium and Alpha-Mannosidosis:
A Case Report
Presenting Author: Toral Desai, MD
Co-authors: Melanie Melville, Vishal Madaan
9.
[T] Treating Both Delirium and Catatonia: A Case Report
of a 4-Year Old Child
Presenting Author: Anna Rosen, MD
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Co-author: Gabrielle Silver
Section 3: Collaborative Care
10. [T] Assessment of Sleep Disturbances in Patients with
Bipolar Disorder
Presenting Author: Patrick Hou, MD
Co-authors: Anna Kreiter, Patricia Pehme, Nancy Maruyama
11. [T] Association Between Method of Triage and
Engagement in Mental Health Care Among Veterans at
the San Francisco VA Medical Center
Presenting Author: Chuan Mei Lee, MD
Co-authors: Christina Mangurian, Kewchang Lee
12. [T] Benzodiazepine Prescribing and Diagnoses of Primary
Care Patients
Presenting Author: David Kroll, MD
Co-authors: Harry Reyes Nieva, Arthur Barsky, Jeffrey Linder
13. [T] Creating a Psychological Consultation Program to
Improve Health Behaviors for Persons with Severe Mental
Illness
Presenting Author: Vilmarie Baez, MD
Co-author: Martha Ward
14.Disposition: Impossible. A Liaison Intervention Framework
for Medically Unindicated, Protracted Stay General
Hospital Inpatients
Presenting Author: David Kasick, MD
Co-author: Curtis McKnight
15. [T] Healthy Living: A Group Lifestyle Intervention Program
for Patients with Serious Mental Illness in an Outpatient
Community Mental Health Setting
Presenting Author: Elena Derkits, MD
Co-authors: Vilmarie Baez, Martha Ward
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16. [T] Illness Perceptions of People with Chronic Medical
Conditions Are Associated with Frequent Use of Accident
and Emergency Department Independent of Mental
Illness and Somatic Symptom Burden
Presenting Author: Thomas Hyphantis, MD, PhD
Co-authors: Angeliki Ninou, Vassiliki Paika, Andre Carvalho,
Else Guthrie
17.Implementation and Evaluation of Integrated C-L Psychiatry
Delivered by an Acute Hospital in Oxford, UK
Presenting Author: Michael Sharpe, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Zehanah Izmeth, Bart Sheehan, Michael Yousif,
Jane Walker, David Okai, Iain Jordan, Mina Fazel
18. [T] Investigation of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Patients
with Vascular Depression
Presenting Author: Nancy Kerner, MD
Co-authors: Steven Roose, Kristina D’Antonio, Jennifer
Ferrar, Jane Tandler, Gregory Pelton, Dev Devanand
19.Maladaptive Illness Behavior: Proposing a Classification
and Intervention System
Presenting Author: Xavier Jimenez, MD
20. [T] The Need for a Medical Psychiatry Unit: A Mixed
Methods Study
Presenting Author: Kathleen Sheehan, MD, PhD
Co-authors: Matthew Knox, Sanjeev Sockalingam
21. [T] Using Brief Motivational Interventions to Improve
Diabetes Management in a Family Medicine Clinic
Presenting Author: Barbara Nightingale, MD
Co-authors: Priya Gopalan, Pierre Azzam, Tracey Conti,
Antoine Douaihy
22. When Doctors and Families Cooperate: Successful
Management of Refractory Tic-induced Vomiting in a Child
Presenting Author: Nadine Schwartz, MD
Co-author: Joseph Melvin
Section 4: Emergency Psychiatry
23. Assessment and Referral for Treatment of Patients at Risk
for Suicide in the Emergency Department
Presenting Author: Leslie Zun, MD, FAAEM
24. [T] Characterization of Survivors of Self-inflicted Gunshot
Wounds
Presenting Author: Angela Shields, MD, PhD
Co-author: Stephen Nicolson
25. [T] Controlling Spending: Impact of Using Telepsychiatry
for Initial Assessment Between Emergency Department
and Psychiatric Emergency Department Transfers
Presenting Author: Jennifer Erickson, MD
Co-authors: Heather Webb, Peggy Rodriguez
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27. [T] Patients with Delusional Infestation Who Presented
to the Emergency Department at Mayo Clinic: A
Retrospective Case Series of 15 Patients
Presenting Author: Sara Hylwa, MD
Co-authors: Ashley Foster, Mark Davis, J. Michael Bostwick
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28. Risk Factors of Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms Following
Violent Victimization Injury
Presenting Author: Erich Conrad, MD
Co-authors: Erin Reuther, John Nanney, Joseph Constans
29. [T] Role of the Consult Psychiatrist as First Mental Health
Treatment for Hospitalized Patients Involved in Severe
Traumatic Accidents
Presenting Author: Andrea Ament, MD
Co-authors: Yelizaveta Sher, Sermsak Lolak, Jose Maldonado
Section 5: Case Reports
30. [T] A Case Study: Assessing Safety of Electroconvulsive
Therapy in the Presence of Intrathecal Pump
Presenting Author: Toral Desai, MD
Co-authors: Bruce Cohen, Jared Davis
31. A Cast of Characters: A Case Study in Factitious Disorder
Presenting Author: Karen Salerno, LISW-S, MD
Co-author: Margo Funk
32. [T] A Shock in Time: DГ©jГ Vu Following Electroconvulsive
Therapy
Presenting Author: Ashley MacLean, MD
Co-author: Adekola Alao
33. [T] Carisoprodol (Soma) Withdrawal-induced Delirium
Treated with Phenobarbital: A Case Report
Presenting Author: Jonathan Zilberstein, MD
Co-author: Christopher Burke
34.CMV Ventriculitis Presenting as Mania with Psychotic
Features in an HIV Patient: A Case Report
Presenting Author: Damir Huremovic, MD
Co-authors: Jonathan Stoever, Guitelle St. Victor
35.Dialectal Variation and Miscommunication in Medical
Discourse: A Case Study
Presenting Author: Syelle Graves, MD
Co-authors: Rebecca Burson, Victor Torres-Collazo
36. [T] Her Issue with Tissue: A Case of Sigmoid Colonic
Xylobezoar
Presenting Author: Ramzi Mardam Bey, MD
Co-authors: Ama Arthur Rowe, Sheryl Fleisch
37. [T] Listening to a Critically-ill Patient with Treatment
Refractory Anxiety: Potential Role for Dronabinol?
Presenting Author: Meghan Starner, MD
Co-authors: Lex Denysenko, Madeleine Becker
38.Somatic Delusions Resulting in Vitamin A Toxicity and Liver
Failure: A Challenging Case and Review of the Literature
Presenting Author: Jorge Luis Sotelo, MD, FAPM
Co-author: Constantine Sacclarides
39. [T] The Silent Scream: A Case of Paradoxical Vocal Cord
Dysfunction
Presenting Author: Geeta Ilipilla, MD
Co-authors: Arpita Goswami Banerjee, Kevin Hails,
Ajita Mathur
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
POSTERS
Section 6: Women’s Mental Health
40. A Discordant Monozygotic-twin Approach to Potential
Risk Factors for Chronic Widespread Pain in Females
Presenting Author: Andrea Burri, MD
Co-authors: Frances Williams, Genevieve Lachance
41. [T] Assessing Beliefs About Psychotropic Medications and
Pregnancy
Presenting Author: Anna Piotrowski, MD
Co-authors: Michael Marcangelo, Marie Tobin
42.Description of Obstetric Patients Attended by the Liaison
Psychiatry Service of Hospital Universitario San Vicente
FundaciГіn from 2011 to 2012
Presenting Author: Vladimir Cortes Lopez, MD
Co-authors: Diana Ortiz, Carlos Cardeno Castro, Lina Paramo
Duque, Lina Escobar GГіmez
43.Developing a Perinatal Psychiatry Service: Improving and
Integrating Available Resources
Presenting Author: Amritha Bhat, MD
44. [T] Early Intervention for Pre-term Dyads: A Curriculum for
NICU Nurses
Presenting Author: Amritha Bhat, MD
Co-author: Deborah Cowley
45. [T] Weathering the Transition to Motherhood: Patterns of
Postpartum Depression Across Cultures
Presenting Author: Amritha Bhat, MD
46. [T] Integrative Treatment of Alcohol Withdrawal in
Pregnancy
Presenting Author: Allison Hadley, MD
Co-author: Amritha Bhat
47. Learning from Patients What Works Better: EPDS vs.
PHQ2
Presenting Author: Ariela Frieder, MD
Co-author: Uri Meller
48. [T] The Association Between Intimate Partner Violence
and Suicidal Ideation in the Postpartum Period Among
Low Income Women in Brazil
Presenting Author: Ramanpreet Toor, MD
Co-authors: Karen Tabb, Hsiang Huang
49. [T] Emergent Depression Following Cessation of the
Estrogen-modulator Raloxifene: Case Report and
Literature Review
Presenting Author: Walter Piddoubny, MD
Co-authors: Adeeb Yacoub, Andrew Francis
Section 7: Delirium
50. [T] A Case Study of Delirium Exacerbated by Olanzapine
Presenting Author: Michael Maksimowski, MD
Co-author: Katy LaLone
51. Acute Stress and Depressive Symptoms After Witnessing
an Episode of Delirium for the First Time
Presenting Author: Robert Lloyd, MD
Co-author: Lisa Rosenthal
52. Adjunctive Use of Memantine for Agitation Following
Acquired Brain Injury: A Case Series
Presenting Author: Davin Quinn, MD
53. Behavioral Agitation and Outcomes in Patients with
Intracranial Hemorrhage and Delirium
Presenting Author: Lisa Rosenthal, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Robert Lloyd, Francis Brandon, Andrew Naidech
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54. [T] Delirium Management: Results from a Nationwide
Survey of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrists
Presenting Author: Rachel Shmuts, MD
Co-author: Lex Denysenko
55. [T] Diagnostic Challenges in Catatonia Related to Hepatic
Encephalopathy
Presenting Author: Paige Marnell, MD
Co-authors: Joseph Cooper, Marie Tobin
56. [T] Identification and Treatment of ACTH-induced
Catatonia
Presenting Author: David Banayan, MD
Co-author: Marie Tobin
57. [T] Lessons from Our Second-Best Teachers: A Review of
Family-informed Advances in Management of Delirium
Presenting Author: Alan Bates, MD, PhD
Co-author: Yesne Alici
58. [T] Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Pre-eclampsia and
Eclampsia Syndromes: A Case Series of Four Patients
Presenting Author: Kaleena Chilcote, MD
Co-author: Eliza “Leeza” Park
59. The Writing’s on the Wall: A Case of Steroid-induced
Hypergraphia
Presenting Author: Erin Sterenson, MD
Co-author: Christopher Sola
60. [T] Valproate-induced Hyperammonemia and
Hyperammonemic Encephalopathy: Discussing the Clinical
Relevance Using Case Reports
Presenting Author: Pankaj Lamba, MD
Co-authors: Jiping Xiao, Clarice Chan, Anil Jain
61. [T] When Delirium Is the Answer, What Is the Question?
Presenting Author: Sarah Faeder, MD
Co-authors: John Saunders, R. Michael Huijon, Frank
Ghinassi, Priya Gopalan
Section 8: Systems-Based Practice
62. [T] Assessing the Use of an Electronic Psychiatric Consult
Tracking System in a Busy County Hospital: A Quality
Improvement Project
Presenting Author: Stacia Mills, MD
Co-authors: Monika Chaudhry, David Ruskin
[T] = Trainee Paper
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
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POSTERS
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63.Capacity Evaluations in a General Hospital: How Soon Are
We Being Consulted and Why?
Presenting Author: Carolina Retamero, MD
Co-authors: Kevin Hails, Samidha Tripathi
64.Improving Noncompliance: The Importance of Meeting
Patients at Their Level
Presenting Author: Lisa Miller-Matero, MD
Co-authors: Fatin Dubaybo, Cassie Lindstrom, Rachel
Kvamme
76. [T] Bell’s Palsy and Conversion: A Functional Overlay
Phenomenon
Presenting Author: Rajasekhar Kannali, MD
Co-authors: Sujan Barua, Ewald Horwath
65. The Locations and Timing of Hospital Workplace Violence
Presenting Author: Brian Bronson, MD
Co-author: Margaret Duffy
77.Catatonia and Acute Psychosis in Posterior Reversible
Encephalopathy Syndrome
Presenting Author: Inder Kalra, MD
66. [T] Quality Analysis of Assessment and Management of
Adolescent Suicidality on the Psychiatric ConsultationLiaison Service at a Teaching Hospital
Presenting Author: Sophia Le, MD
78. [T] Catatonia in the Consultation-Liaison Service Setting:
Incidence, Characteristics, and the Implementation of a
New Catatonia Screening Tool
Presenting Author: Priya Joshi, MD
Co-authors: Lex Denysenko, Zehra Aftab
67. Quantifying Success: Development and Application of
Outcome Measures on a Psychiatry Consultation-Liaison
Service
Presenting Author: Christina Girgis, MD
68. The Implementation of Screening for Depression in
Admitted Patients to a Large Medical Center
Presenting Author: Rebecca Hedrick, MD
Co-authors: Anna Solt, Linda Parisi, Waguih William IsHak,
Michael Peterson, Enrique Lopez, Bret Becker,
Itai Danovitch
69. [T] Improving the Effectiveness of Psychiatric
Consultations in the General Medical Hospital
Presenting Author: Ann Schwartz, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Geetha Nampiaparampil, Kathryn Johnson,
Constantine Galifianakis, Perry Seese, Tammy Saah
Section 9: Neuropsychiatry
70. [T] A Case of Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis Treated
with ECT
Presenting Author: Ann Schwartz, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Wendy Baer, Adriana Hermida, Kristin Jones
71. [T] A Case of Mania Secondary to Aseptic Meningitis
Presenting Author: Kristi Estabrook, MD
Co-author: Jennifer Knight
72. [T] A Case of Suicidality Associated with the Antiepileptic
Drug Primidone Usage for 4 Days
Presenting Author: Ashwini Gulwadi, MD
Co-authors: Pankaj Lamba, Kalappurackal Joseph
73. [T] A Case of Testing the Theory from God: Mania with
Psychotic Features in a Patient with Systemic Lupus
Erythematosus
Presenting Author: Andrea Ament, MD
Co-authors: Yelizaveta Sher, Jose Maldonado
74. Triggers of Stroke from a Phenomenological Perspective
Presenting Author: Annie Rochette, PhD
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75. Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis: Psychiatric Presentation
and Diagnostic Challenges from Psychosomatic Medicine
Perspective
Presenting Author: Nataliya Gulyayeva, MD
Co-authors: Mary Jane Massie, Katherine DuHamel
79. [T] Chronic Post-hypoxic Myoclonus: The Lance Adams
Syndrome
Presenting Author: Patrick Baumgart, MD
Co-authors: Aaron Barrett, Jason Caplan, Curtis McKnight
80. [T] Claustrophobia Associated with Deep Brain Stimulation
(DBS) Surgery for Parkinson’s Disease: A Case Report
Presenting Author: Amit Chopra, MD
81.Correlation Between Changes in Cytokines and the
Psychopathology in Veterans with Schizophrenia
Presenting Author: Dimitre Dimitrov, MD
Co-authors: Nicole Braida, Jesse Yantis, Shuko Lee, Craig
Honaker, Roberta Coelho, Consuelo Walss-Bass
82.Withdrawn
83. [T] Dances with Dopamine: Managing Psychiatric Symptoms
in a Multidisciplinary Huntington Disease Clinic
Presenting Author: Emiliano Valles, MD
Co-authors: Alya Reeve, Davin Quinn
84.Cortical Hypoactivation During Resting EEG Suggests
Central Nervous System Pathology in Patients with
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Pilot Study
Presenting Author: Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM
85.EEG - Peak Alpha Frequency Correlates in Chronic Fatigue
Syndrome: A Case-control Observational Study
Presenting Author: Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM
86. [T] Head Cases: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and
Implications for Psychosomatic Medicine and Patient Care
Presenting Author: Rachel Shmuts, MD
Co-author: Omair Abbasi
87. [T] Idiopathic Basal Ganglia Calcification (IBGC) and
Psychosis: A Case Report and Literature Review
Presenting Author: Chandler Rainey, MD
Co-authors: Erika Concepcion, Clifford Gimenez Querol,
Marla Shu, Daniel Safin, Nancy Maruyama
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
POSTERS
88. [T] Impulsive Suicidal Behavior in a Patient with
Huntington’s Disease: Strategies for Management and
Prevention
Presenting Author: Barbara Kocsis, MD
Co-author: Lorin Scher
89. [T] KlГјver-Bucy Syndrome Associated with Bilateral
Hippocampal Atrophy: A Case Report and Review of the
Literature
Presenting Author: Mario Caro, MD
Co-author: Xavier Jimenez
90. [T] Multiple Sclerosis: An Atypical Behavioral Presentation,
Explained by Dysfunction in the Frontal-subcortical
Networks
Presenting Author: Constanza Martinez Pinanez, MD
Co-author: Xavier Jimenez
91.Neuro-Behcet’s Syndrome and Pseudobulbar Affect
in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. A Case Report and
Literature Review
Presenting Author: Jose Manuel Santacruz Escudero, MD
Co-authors: Juan Felipe Meneses Bernal, Gabriel Fernando
Oviedo Lugo
92. [T] Pioneering Frontiers: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for
Traumatic Brain Injuries in a Rural Integrated Primary Care
Clinic
Presenting Author: Kimothi Cain, MD
Co-author: Davin Quinn
93. Relationship Between HIV Subtypes CRF01_AE and B and
Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression
Presenting Author: Lai Gwen Chan, MD
94. [T] REM Sleep Behavior Disorder, PTSD and Parkinson’s
Disease: Is There a Shared Pathology?
Presenting Author: Lawrence Kaplan, MD
Co-author: Laura Marsh
95. The Diagnostic Criteria and Structure of Catatonia
Presenting Author: Jo Ellen Wilson, MD
96. [T] Trapped in a Frozen Void: A Case of Catatonia
Mimicking Generalized Tonic Clonic Seizures
Presenting Author: Arpita Goswami Banerjee, MD
Co-author: Ajita Mathur
97. Using the AD8 to Increase Documentation of Pre-existing
Cognitive Impairment
Presenting Author: Mary Royce, DNP, ACNP-BC
98. [T] Under Pressure: Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
Causing and Resulting from Psychiatric Disorders
Presenting Author: Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Andrea Lundberg, Curtis McKnight
99. Use of Dextromethorphan/Quinidine as a Glutamate
Modulator in Catatonia
Presenting Author: Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM
100.[T] A Review of Sports Associated with Chronic Traumatic
Encephalopathy
Presenting Author: Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Curtis McKnight, Amanda Ries
Section 10: Substance Abuse
101.[T] Desomorphine or Krokodil as a Drug of Abuse:
Tick-tock Killer Croc
Presenting Author: Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Curtis McKnight, Kerstin Bowen
102.[T] Preventing the Use of Oral Ethanol in Alcohol
Withdrawal: A Toolbox to Effect Change
Presenting Author: Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Curtis McKnight, Tyson Hickle
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103.[T] Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment in the Medically
Hospitalized Patient: Predictors for Medical or Psychiatric
Complications
Presenting Author: Austin Lin, MD
Co-authors: Janet Shu, Grace Chang
104.[T] A Case of Surreptitious Steroid Abuse and Subsequent
Dependence
Presenting Author: Kyle Lavin, MD
Co-author: Stephen Nicolson
105.[T] Malingering versus �Cry for Help’ in Patients with Sickle
Cell Disease
Presenting Author: Rachelle St. Onge, MD
Co-authors: Sarah Ventre, Adekola Alao
106.[T] Non-suicide, Non-methadone Opioid Overdose Deaths
in Interior British Columbia, 2006-2011: Implications for
Psychiatrists
Presenting Author: Julius Elefante, MD
Co-author: Trevor Corneil
107.[T] Accidental Overdose After Intrarectal Abuse of Topical
Ketamine Compound: A Case Report
Presenting Author: Lesley Michael, MD
Co-authors: Sari Waisbren, David Edgcomb,
Nancy Maruyama
108.[T] Toxic Leukoencephalopathy: Spice up Your Differential
Presenting Author: Rajni Aulakh, MD
Co-author: Christina Wichman
109.YagГ©-use Associated Psychosis
Presenting Author: Lina Paramo Duque, MD
Co-authors: Lina Escobar GГіmez, Diana Ortiz, Vladimir
Cortes Lopez, Carlos Cardeno Castro
Section 11: Psychopharmacology
110.[T] Case Report: Agranulocytosis with Aripiprazole
Presenting Author: Patrick Aquino, MD
Co-author: Gautam George
111.[T] Clozapine Re-challenge After Clozapine-induced
Anemia: A Case Report
Presenting Author: Stephen Pesanti, MD
Co-author: Colleen Hall
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
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POSTERS
thursday, nov. 13
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112.[T] Concurrent ECT and Bupropion Treatment
Presenting Author: Lauren Murphy, MD
Co-authors: Christopher Takala, Jonathan Leung,
Brian Palmer
113.[T] Pharmacokinetic Study Comparing the AUC for a
Single Dose of Venlafaxine ER Pre- and Post-gastric
Bypass
Presenting Author: Kyle Cedermark, MD
Co-authors: Carrie Krieger, Julie Cunningham, Michael Sarr,
Todd Kellogg, Karen Grothe, Kathryn Schak
114.[T] Psychotropic-induced SIADH: A Case Series and
Literature Review
Presenting Author: Shalini Dave, MD
Co-authors: Carolina Retamero, Sarah Weiss
115.[T] Rapid Onset Thrombocytopenia Induced by
Mirtazapine: Immune-mediated or Alternative Mechanism?
Presenting Author: Tamkeen Khurshid, MD
Co-authors: Douglas Opler, Rashi Aggarwal
116.[T] Serotonin Syndrome in the Setting of
Methamphetamine Overdose
Presenting Author: Hema Shah, MD
Co-author: Katy LaLone
117.[T] Sertraline-Induced Hypoglycemia: A Case Report
Presenting Author: Nyota Pieh, MD
Co-author: Michael Serby
118.[T] Skin-picking: A Potentially Lethal Disorder;
A Case Report
Presenting Author: Christina Shayevitz, MD
Co-authors: Salmahn Alam, Nyota Pieh, Renu Culas, Kenneth
Ashley, Nancy Maruyama
119.[T] Sodium Valproate-induced Non-hepatic
Hyperammonaemic Encephalopathy with Cerebellar
Ataxia: A Case Report
Presenting Author: Sumi Treesa Cyriac, MD
Co-authors: Abhishek Rai, Nabila Farooq
120.[T] Stuttering: A Distressing Side-effect of Fluphenazine
Presenting Author: Tanuja Gandhi, MD
Co-authors: Carolina Retamero, Hirsh Sharma
121.Withdrawn
Section 12: Transplant
122.Cognitive Impairment in Pre-Liver Transplant Patients with
Alcohol Use Disorders
Presenting Author: William Jangro, MD
Co-author: Keira Chism
123.[T] Depression and Suicide in Liver Transplantation
Patients
Presenting Author: Kristen Sutley, MD
Co-authors: William Meller, Steven Thurber, Nicole Welle
[T] = Trainee Paper
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124.[T] Does Integration of Substance Abuse Relapse
Prevention Work? Patient and Provider Perspectives
Presenting Author: Rachel Feit, MD
Co-authors: Teresa Rosetti, Michelle Jesse, Rachel Kvamme,
Maisa Ziadni, Jen Carty, Anne Eshelman
125.[T] Effectively Addressing Medical Mistrust in African
American Patients: The Case of Mr. H
Presenting Author: Rachel Kvamme, MD
Co-author: Anne Eshelman, PhD
126.Evaluation for Renal Auto-transplantation for Multiple
Renal Calculi or Loin Pain Hematuria Syndrome
Presenting Author: Kathy Coffman, MD, FAPM
127.Formative Evaluation of the LDAT (Living Donor
Assessment Tool) Using Case Histories
Presenting Author: Akhil Shenoy, MD
Co-authors: Dianne LaPointe Rudow, Brian Iacoviello, Zorica
Filipovic-Jewell, Kimberly Klipstein
128.New Onset Psychotic Symptoms Associated with
Tacrolimus in Liver Transplant Patients: A Case Series
Presenting Author: Michael Rancurello, MD
Co-authors: Amit Chopra, Gulam Noorani, Suzanne Kodya
129.Outcomes in Patients with Bipolar Disorder Who
Underwent Kidney Transplant
Presenting Author: Ilona Wiener, MD
Co-author: Geoffrey Dube
130.Psychological Outcomes in Altruistic Kidney Donors: A
Case Series
Presenting Author: Vanessa Padilla, MD
Co-authors: Rachel Zeichner, Ingrid Barrera, Jorge Luis Sotelo
131.[T] Spectrum of Neuropsychiatric Conditions Among
Recipients of Total Artificial Heart: Experience of
Psychosomatic Medicine Team at Stanford University
Medical Center
Presenting Author: Vidushi Savant, MD
Co-authors: Yelizaveta Sher, Jose Maldonado
132.The Development of a Relapse Prevention Group for
Organ Transplant Patients
Presenting Author: Teresa Rosetti, PsyD
Co-authors: Katherine McCulloch, Rachel Armstrong, Anne
Eshelman, PhD
133.The Development of an Enhanced Psychosocial Kidney
Transplant Protocol
Presenting Author: Teresa Rosetti, PsyD
Co-authors: Michelle Jesse, Anne Eshelman
134.The Stanford Integrated Psychosocial Assessment for
Transplantation (SIPAT): A Two-year Follow-up of a
Prospective Study of Medical & Psychosocial Outcomes
Presenting Author: Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM
Co-authors: Amalia Londono Tobon, Yelizaveta Sher
135.[T] Total Artificial Heart Implantation in a Young Man
with Schizophrenia: A Case Report of Clinical and Ethical
Challenges
Presenting Author: Scott Simpson, MD
Co-author: Suzanne Murray
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
POSTERS
Section 13: Training and Education
136.An Effective Web-based Interactive Research Course for
Psychiatry Residents: Conducting Systematic Reviews and
Meta-analyses of the Medical Literature
Presenting Author: Seth Himelhoch, MD
Co-authors: Catherine Harrison-Restelli, Mark Ehrenreich
137.[T] Development of a Learner-centered, Case-based
Mental Health Case Conference Series for an Academic
Pediatric Residency Program
Presenting Author: Nasuh Malas, MD
Co-author: Roberto Ortiz-Aguayo
138.[T] Evaluation of a Women’s Mental Health Study Group
and Comparison to a Psychosomatic Medicine Interest
Group
Presenting Author: Heather (Liebherr) Joseph, DO
Co-authors: Robin Valpey, Neil Puri, Priya Gopalan, Jody
Glance, Pierre Azzam
139.[T] Improving Subjective Experiences of Psychiatry
Resident ER/CL Call: A Pilot Study
Presenting Author: Scott Walmer, MD
Co-author: Dahlia Saad Pendergrass
140.Psychosomatic Medicine Psychiatrists as a Leader in the
Creation and Implementation of Program to Promote Selfcare and Self-compassion in Multidisciplinary Staff and
Trainees Working in Inpatient Psychiatry Services
Presenting Author: Sermsak Lolak, MD, FAPM
Co-author: Lorenzo Norris
141.[T] Treatment over Objection When Patients Lack
Decision-making Capacity: A Practical Guideline for
Providers
Presenting Author: Laura Katie Maxwell, MD
Co-authors: Gary Gala, Jonathan Gerkin
142.[T] Validation of the Education of Nurses in Identifying
Delirium Using a Standardized Delirium Assessment Tool
Presenting Author: Sarah Faeder, MD
Co-authors: Kisak Anne, Colleen Tanner, Risa Kosko, Frank
Ghinassi, Priya Gopalan
Section 14: Obesity and Nutrition
143.[T] Assessment of Nutrition Habits in Bipolar Outpatients
Presenting Author: Patrick Hou, MD
Co-authors: Anna Kreiter, Patricia Pehme, Nancy Maruyama
144.[T] Examining the Barriers to Accessing Body Contouring
Surgery: A Qualitative Study
Presenting Author: Carrol Zhou, MD
Co-authors: Arash Azin, Ebaa Al-Ozairi, Allan Okrainec, Raed
Hawa, Sanjeev Sockalingam
145.[T] Health-related Quality of Life and Functionality in
Elderly with Metabolic Syndrome
Presenting Author: Vanessa Citero, MD
Co-authors: Alessandro Jacinto, Fabio Franco, Nadia
Shigaeff, Maysa Cendoroglo, Gabriela Chiochetta
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
146.[T] Online and Smartphone-based Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy for Bariatric Surgery Patients
Presenting Author: Melvyn Zhang, MD
Co-authors: Roger Ho, Stephanie Cassin, Raed Hawa, Susan
Wnuk, Sanjeev Sockalingam
147.[T] Pass the Sugar? The Role of the Psychiatrist in
Prescribing Metformin for Antipsychotic-related Metabolic
Disturbances
Presenting Author: David Kasick, MD
Co-authors: Lucas McKnight, Andrea Lundberg, Curtis
McKnight
148.[T] Recognizing and Managing SSRI Discontinuation
Syndrome Post-bariatric Surgery: Lessons from a Clinical
Case
Presenting Author: Kathleen Bingham, MD
Co-authors: Raed Hawa, Sanjeev Sockalingam
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149.The Development of a Food Phobia in an Obese Patient
After Bariatric Surgery
Presenting Author: Lisa Miller-Matero, MD
Co-author: Anne Eshelman
Section 15: Cardiology
150.[T] Management of Schizophrenia in a Patient with QTc
Prolongation in the Setting of a Psychosis-driven Selfinflicted Cardiac Injury: A Case Report and Literature
Review
Presenting Author: Mohsina Ahmed, MD
Co-author: Lendita Haxhiu Erhardt
151.[T] Mindful of Heart in the Modern World
Presenting Author: Samira Solomon, MD
Co-author: Dahlia Saad Pendergrass
152.[T] Patient Centered Care in Acute Coronary Units: Risk
Stratification and Intervention
Presenting Author: Swapna Vaidya, MD, FAPA
Co-author: Justin Capote
153.Prognosis of Non-Cardiac Chest Pain (NCCP): Review
of the Literature
Presenting Author: Edwin Meresh, MD
Co-authors: John Piletz, Ivan Pacold, Murali Rao, Kathryn
Morrissey, Angelos Halaris
154.[T] Psychiatric Evaluation for LVAD Placement: Current
Trends and Future Directions
Presenting Author: Jennifer Brandstetter, MD
Co-author: Joseph Locala
155.Study Protocol: Finding the Optimal Treatment of
Severe Panic Symptoms in Patients Presenting at the
Emergency Department with Non-Cardiac Chest Pain
or Palpitations
Presenting Author: Rianne van de Kraats, MD
Co-authors: Hieke Barends, Lea Dijksman, Mariska
Zwartsenburg, Jeroen Lijmer
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APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
FRiDAY, Nov. 14
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w 6:00 – 6:45 AM Neighborhood Run...................................................................... Meet in hotel lobby
w 6:15 – 7:00 AM Mindfulness Meditation with Paul Jones, MD................................................ Miami
w 6:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Registration Desk Open................................................................ Caribbean Foyer
w 7:00 – 8:00 AM
APM Committee Meetings........................................................................ See page 42
Continental breakfast served for credentialed committee members.
w 7:00 – 8:00 AM
Medical Student Meet-and-Greet ..................................................................... Miami
Join the APM Medical Student Education Subcommittee in welcoming medical students to the
annual meeting! This meet-and-greet is open to all medical students wanting to learn more about
psychosomatic medicine or training in psychiatry. We welcome any residents, fellows, program
directors or other APM members interested in mentorship or recruitment of students into our
exciting field.
w 8:00 – 9:00 AM
APM Special Interest Group Meetings............................................ See page 42
Continental breakfast served for credentialed SIG members.
w 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Exhibits Open.............................................................................. Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 9:00 – 9:15 AM
Light Refreshments.................................................................. Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 9:15 – 9:30 AM
Announcements....................................................................................Grand Ballroom
Announcement of Best Poster and Best Trainee Poster Awards.
w 9:30 – 10:30 AM
Plenary Session [1.0 CME].....................................................................Grand Ballroom
Introduction by: J. Michael Bostwick, MD, FAPM, APM Annual Meeting Program Chair
The Human Side of Healthcare: Medicine as Stories, Stories as Medicine
Louise Aronson, MD, MFA
Associate Professor of Medicine, University of California San Francisco (UCSF),
San Francisco, CA
w 10:30 – 10:40 AM
Break
7 Concurrent Oral Paper Sessions, including Webb Fellow
Presentations [2.0 CME]
w 10:40 AM – 12:40 PM
SESSION A: COMMON CLINICAL
SCENARIOS................................................... Caribbean I-III
Moderator/Discussant: Janna Gordon-Elliott, MDM
Correlates of Suicide among Veterans Treated in VA
Primary Care
Presenting Author: Steven Dobscha, MD, FAPM
Co-Authors: Lauren Denneson, Anne Kovas, Alan Teo,
Christopher Forsberg, Mark Kaplan, Robert Bossarte,
Bentson McFarland
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Suicidal Outcomes in General Hospital Consultation
Psychiatry
Presenting Author: Paul Desan, MD, PhD
Co-Author: Andrea Weinstein
A Novel Approach to the Doctrine of Informed Consent:
Prospect Theory and its Implications for Physician-Patient
Interactions
Presenting Author: Thomas Zaubler, MD, FAPM
WEBB FELLOW: Bipolar Disorder in Primary
Care: Clinical Characteristics of 740 Primary
Care Patients with Bipolar Disorder
Presenting Author: Joseph Cerimele, MD
Co-Authors: Ya-Fen Chan, Lydia Chwastiak,
Marc Avery, Wayne Katon, JГјrgen UnГјtzer
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
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Session B: Delirium.................................. Caribbean IV
Moderator/Discussant: Thomas Heinrich, MD, FAPM
Collaborative Confusion? Developing an Institutional
Approach to Interprofessional Delirium Training
Presenting Author: Sanjeev Sockalingam, MD, FRCPC
Co-Authors: Hedieh Tehrani, Anna Kacikanis, Melvyn Zhang,
Roger Ho, Raed Hawa, Adrienne Tan, Susan Abbey
Differential Impact of Post-surgical Delirium on One-year
Mortality among Hip Fracture Repair Patients With versus
Without Dementia
Presenting Author: Hochang Lee, MD, FAPM
Co-Authors: Esther Oh, Frederick Sieber
Catatonic Signs in Patients with Delirium in the ICU
Presenting Author: Jo Ellen Wilson, MD
Session C: Neuropsychiatry................ Caribbean V
Moderator/Discussant: Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM
Hit Me with Your Best Shot? A Case Series of Long-Acting
Injectable Antipsychotic Use in HIV-Positive Patients
Presenting Author: Sara Nash, MD
Co-Authors: Christina Garza, Jon Levenson, Kristin Gill
WEBB FELLOW: Neuropsychiatric
Autoimmunity: NMDA-R-IgG and Beyond
Presenting Author: Jennifer Kruse, MD
Co-Authors: Maria Lapid, Vanda Lennon, Orna
O’Toole, Sean Pittock, Mark Frye, Andrew
McKeon
Suicidal Ideation and Attempts after Spinal Cord Injury:
Prevalence in a Multicenter Study and Response to
Antidepressant Treatment
Presenting Author: Cheryl McCullumsmith, MD, PhD
Co-Authors: Jesse Fann, J Scott Richards
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
Reducing Disparities and Improving Care for Depression
in Women: A Randomized Trial of Collaborative Care in
Ob-Gyn Settings
Presenting Author: Carmen Croicu, MD
Co-Authors: Joan Russo, Susan Reed, Wayne Katon, Jennifer
Melville
Neuroinflammation & Delirium: Blood Transfusions as
Triggers of Delirium
Presenting Author: Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM
Co-Authors: Jesse Karmazin, Yelizaveta Sher
friday, nov. 14
Legal Consequences of Prenatal Substance Use across the
United States
Presenting Author: Laura McLafferty, MD
Co-Authors: Priya Gopalan, Abhishek Jain, Jody Glance
Brain Imaging, Treatment, and Long-term Follow-up of
Persistent Lyme Encephalopathy
Presenting Author: Brian Fallon, MD
Proactive Consultations in a General Hospital Using the
Cedars-Sinai Psychiatric Consultation Identification Score
(CS-PCI)
Presenting Author: Waguih William IsHak, MD, FAPA
Co-Authors: Bret Becker, Rebecca Hedrick, Anna Solt,
Enrique Lopez, Michael Peterson, Linda Parisi, Itai Danovitch
Cytochrome P450 2D6 Polymorphism in the Brain:
A Case Series and Literature Review
Presenting Author: Victor Torres-Collazo, MD
Co-Authors: Michelle Guchereau
Severity of Depression and Anxiety Are Predictors of
Response to Antidepressant Treatment in Parkinson’s
Disease
Presenting Author: Albert Leentjens, MD, PhD
Co-Authors: Anke Wijers, Anja Moonen, William McDonald,
Irene Richard
WEBB FELLOW: Cognitive Dysfunction in
Geriatric Bipolar and Major Depressive
Disorder
Presenting Author: Jennifer Gatchel, MD, PhD
Co-Authors: Marc Copersino, Eve Lewandowski,
Daniel Shassian, David Harper, Brent Forester
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APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
Session D: Physical Symptoms
& Health..................................................Caribbean VI-VIII
Anxiety and Medical Outcomes in Coronary Artery
Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Presenting Author: Christopher Celano, MD
Co-Authors: C. Andres Bedoya, Scott Beach, Brian Healy,
Shannon Moore, Jeff Huffman
Moderator/Discussant: Terry Rabinowitz, MD, DDS, FAPM
Predictors of Urgent Care Use in Patients with Long-term
Physical Illness: A Primary Care Longitudinal Cohort Study
Presenting Author: Else Guthrie, MBChB, FRCPsych, MD
Co-Authors: Chris Dickens, Amy Blakemore, Jennifer Watson,
Carolyn Chew-Graham, Karina Lovell, Cara Afzal, Nav Kapur,
Barbara Tomenson
Panic Symptoms in Patients with Non-Cardiac Chest Pain or
Palpitations in the Emergency Department: A Blind Spot in
the Emergency Department
Presenting Author: Jeroen Lijmer, MD, PhD
Co-Authors: Hieke Barends, Mariska Zwartsenburg
Physical and Emotional Distress Intolerance, Dissociation,
and Self-efficacy as Predictors of Psychiatric Morbidity and
Disability in Tertiary Psychosomatic Medicine Patients
Presenting Author: Jeffrey Staab, MD
Co-Authors: Jennifer Craft Favazza, Shirlene Sampson,
Richard Seime
Teaching Chronic Illness Adaptation: Woody Guthrie in the
Reverse Classroom
Presenting Author: Mitchell Cohen, MD
Session E:
Psycho-oncology................. Jacksonville/Tallahassee
Moderator/Discussant: Fremonta Meyer, MD
Use and Expectations of Health Informatics in Cancer
Survivors and its Psychological Implications
Presenting Author: Mehak Sharma, MD
Co-Authors: Ellen Beckjord, G van Londen, Alexandra Cardy,
Gagan Jindal, David Klein, Praduman Jain
A Randomized Pilot Study on a Cognitive-existential
Intervention to Improve Existential and Global Quality of
Life in an Advanced Cancer Population
Presenting Author: Pierre Gagnon, MD, FRCPC
Co-Authors: Lise Fillion, Michele Aubin, Marie-Claude Blais,
Josee Savard, Melissa Henry, Anne Dagnault, Felix Couture,
Lise Tremblay, Louise Provencher, Jean-Philippe Cochrane,
Harvey Chochinov
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The Role of Psychosocial Factors on Employment
Outcomes One Year after Bariatric Surgery
Presenting Author: Sanjeev Sockalingam, MD, FRCPC
Co-Authors: Susan Wnuk, Karin Kantarovich, Christopher
Meaney, Allan Okrainec, Raed Hawa, Stephanie Cassin
Performance Status and Psychological Distress in Parents
with Advanced Cancer
Presenting Author: Eliza “Leeza” Park, MD
Co-Authors: Devon Check, Deborah Mayer, Allison Deal,
Katherine Reeder-Hayes, Justin Yopp, Laura Hanson, Donald
Rosenstein
Suicide Education in Oncology
Presenting Author: Isabel Schuermeyer, MD
Co-Authors: Laurel Ralston
Management of Substance-induced Mood Disorder in the
Autistic and Developmentally-delayed Young Oncology
Patient
Presenting Author: Chase Samsel, MD, FAAP
Low Socioeconomic Status Affects the Transcriptome of
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Recipients
Presenting Author: Jennifer Knight, MD
Co-Authors: J. Douglas Rizzo, Brent Logan, Tao Wang,
Steve Cole
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
PHOTO CREDIT: GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE CVB
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Moderator/Discussant: Mark Williams, MD
Results of a Fee-for-Service Model for Integrated
Behavioral Care
Presenting Author: James Rundell, MD, FAPM
Co-Authors: Bill Whitely
Measuring Consultee Satisfaction with Inpatient
Psychiatric Consultation
Presenting Author: Peter Shapiro, MD, FAPA, FAPM
Co-Authors: Mallika Lavakumar, Emily Gastelum, Jonathan
Gerkin, Debra Kahn, Stephen Nicolson, Lisa Rosenthal, Ann
Schwartz, Marie Tobin
Rapid Access to Perinatal Psychiatric Care in Depression
(RAPPID)
Presenting Author: Nancy Byatt, DO, FAPM
Co-Authors: Jeroan Allison, Safiyah Hosein, Lori Pbert, Linda
Wenreb, Douglas Ziedonis
A Pilot Program of a Med-psych Rotation in PGY1 Year to
Introduce C-L to Psychiatry Residents
Presenting Author: Elias Khawam, MD
Co-Authors: Mayur Pandya, Austerman Joseph, Leo Pozuelo
Barriers and Solutions to Working with Patients as
Research Partners
Presenting Author: Lewis Cohen, MD, FAPM
Co-Authors: Sarah Goff, Lisa Marr
friday, nov. 14
Session F:
Systems-based Practice........... Clearwater/Orlando
Technology in the Trenches: One Group’s Experience with
Integrating Psychiatry and Primary Care Through the Use
of Technology
Presenting Author: Davin Agustines, DO
Co-Authors: Robert Dasher
Session G: Transplant............Key West/Palm Beach
Moderator/Discussant: Terry Schneekloth, MD, FAPM
Causes and Outcomes of Acetaminophen Overdoses: The
Mayo Clinic Experience, 2004-2010
Presenting Author: Nuria Thusius, MD
Co-Authors: J. Michael Bostwick
Depression and Anxiety Predict Long-term Outcomes
after Lung Transplantation
Presenting Author: Emily Rosenberger, MD candidate
Co-Authors: Andrea DiMartini, Annette DeVito Dabbs,
Christian Bermudez, Yoshiya Toyoda, Mary Amanda Dew
The Stanford Integrated Psychosocial Assessment for
Transplantation, Healthcare Utilization, and Adverse
Medical Events for 3 Years Post-kidney Transplantation
Presenting Author: Paula Zimbrean, MD, FAPA, FAPM
Co-Authors: Carrie Thiessen, Roger Patron-Lozano, Nancy
Edgington, Michael Joyce, Cheryl Gaffney, Laura Skrip, Jake
Wang, Sanjay Kulkarni
Face Transplantation: Psychological Outcomes at
Year Five
Presenting Author: Kathy Coffman, MD, FAPM
The Use of the Stanford Integrated Psychosocial
Assessment for Transplantation (SIPAT) Tool: A Single
Center Experience at a Transplant/LVAD Hospital
Presenting Author: Sherry Grogan, APRN, MSN, PMHNP-BC
Co-Authors: Ranjit Chacko, Jerry Estep, Andrea CorderoReyes, Ahmed Soliman, Courtenay Bruce
Use of Coping Behaviors and Risk for Relapse in Patients
Transplanted for Alcoholic Liver Disease
Presenting Author: Mehak Sharma, MD
Co-Authors: Andrea DiMartini, Mary Amanda Dew,
Galen Switzer
w 12:40 – 12:55 PM
Break
w 1:30 – 3:30 PM
Everglades Tour (ticketed event)................................................... Meet in hotel lobby
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
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APM2014 AWARDS
FRIDAY, Nov. 14
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w 12:55 – 2:15 PM
Awards/Fellowship Lunch................................................................Grand Ballroom
With remarks from:
Paul Summergrad, MD, FAPM, APA President
Hosted SIG tables: Bioethics; Cardiovascular Psychiatry; Community-Based PM Physician Practice Issues; Emergency Psychiatry;
HIV/AIDS; Medicine & Psychiatry; Palliative Medicine & Psycho-Oncology; Pediatric PM; Psychotherapeutic Approaches to the
Medical Patient; Research Group; Telepsychiatry; Transplant Psychiatry; and Women’s Health.
Representatives from each SIG will join you for lunch to discuss the work of their SIGs, plans for the future, and how YOU can
play a part. SIG tables are open to anyone attending the meeting and are first-come, first-served. Each SIG table will be clearly
sign-posted.
Eleanor and Thomas P. Hackett Memorial Award
w Lewis Cohen, MD, FAPM
Professor of Psychiatry, Baystate Medical Center and Tufts University School of Medicine, Springfield, MA
William L. Webb Fellowship
Visiting C-L Professor Awards
Presented by: E. Sherwood Brown, MD, PhD, FAPM
Presented by: Elisabeth Kunkel, MD, FAPM
Marra Ackerman, MD
New York State Psychiatric
Institute/Columbia University
Medical Center, New York, NY
Hochang Lee, MD, FAPM
visiting Baystate Medical Center/Tufts
University School of Medicine
Nominated by: Steven Fischel, MD,
PhD, FAPM
Elie Isenberg-Grzeda, MD, FRCPC
Memorial Sloan Kettering
Cancer Center, New York, NY
David Kroll, MD
Brigham and Women’s Hospital,
Boston, MA
James Levenson, MD, FAPM
visiting University of Pennsylvania
Dept. of Psychiatry
Nominated by: Robert Weinrieb, MD
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM
visiting Cleveland Clinic
Nominated by: Leo Pozuelo, MD,
FACP, FAPM
Kathleen Sheehan, MD, DPhil (PhD)
University Health Network,
Toronto, ON, Canada
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Research Award
Dlin/Fischer Clinical Research Award
Jesse Fann, MD, FAPM
Professor, University of Washington,
Seattle, WA
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM
Associate Professor of Psychiatry,
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
APM2014 AWARDS
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For the best papers published in the Academy’s journal, Psychosomatics
Presented by: Elisabeth Kunkel, MD, FAPM
Best Case Report:
Honorable mention:
w John Taylor, MD, MBA, Theodore Stern, MD
for “Conflicts Between Consultants and Consultees:
Causes, Consequences, and Corrective Actions.”
w Takuto Ishida, MD, Takeshi Katagiri, MD, Hiroyuki
Uchida, MD, PhD, Hiroyoshi Takeuchi, MD, PhD,
Hitoshi Sakurai, MD, Koichiro Watanabe, MD, PhD,
Masaru Mimura, MD, PhD, for “Incidence of Deep Vein
Thrombosis in Restrained Psychiatric Patients.”
Best Article for Original Research:
w Miguel Juliao, MD, Antonio Barbosa, MD, PhD,
Fatima Oliveira, RN, Baltazar Nunes, PhD, for
“Prevalence and Factors Associated with Desire for
Death in Patients with Advanced Disease: Results from a
Portuguese Cross-Sectional Study.”
Don R. Lipsitt Award
Best Review Article:
Friday, Nov. 14
Dorfman Journal Paper Awards
w Anne Gross, MD, Theodore Stern, MD, for
“Neuropsychiatric Conditions Associated with
Anesthesia Exposure.”
Award of Special Recognition
Jeff Huffman, MD, FAPM
Director, Cardiac Psychiatry
Research Program, Massachusetts
General Hospital, Lexington, MA
Presented by: Elisabeth Kunkel, MD, FAPM
Philip Bialer, MD, FAPM
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
New York, NY
2014 APM Fellows
Presented by: Linda Worley, MD, FAPM
Lex Denysenko, MD
Anne Gross, MD
Colin Harrington, MD
Damir Huremovic, MD
Scott Irwin, MD, PhD
Laura Kent, MD
David Kissane, MD, MPM
Jennifer Knight, MD
Christopher Kogut, MD
Oladipo Kukoyi, MD, MS
Nnamdi Maduekwe, MD
Cheryl McCullumsmith, MD, PhD
Fremonta Meyer, MD
Leena Mittal, MD
Natalia Ortiz, MD, FAPA
Roberto Ortiz-Aguayo, MD
Jane Rosenthal, MD
Melanie Schwarz, MD
Sanjeev Sockalingam, MD
Kristin Somers, MD
Snezana Sonje, MD
Guitelle St. Victor, MD
Stephen Stern, MD
Junji Takeshita, MD
Swapna Vaidya, MD
Adriana Vasquez, MD
Robert Weinrieb, MD
Philippe Weintraub, MD
Sarah Faeder, MD, PhD
Western Psychiatric Institute
and Clinic
Anna Frenklach, MD
Stanford University
Robin Hanson, DO
Thomas Jefferson
University
Heather (Liebherr) Joseph, DO
University of Pittsburgh
Lawrence Kaplan, DO
Brigham and Women’s
Hospital
Daniel Linhares, MD
Mount Sinai St Luke’s
Nasuh Malas, MD, MPH
University of Pittsburgh
Laura McLafferty, MD
Thomas Jefferson
University
Anna Piotrowski, MD
University of Chicago
Rajiv Radhakrishnan, MBBS, MD
Yale University
Emily Rosenberger, BA
University of Pittsburgh
Rashi Aggarwal, MD
Andrew Angelino, MD
Patrick Aquino, MD
Maher Ayyash, MD
Pierre Azzam, MD
Sharon Batista, MD
Bradford Bobrin, MD
Ronit Dedesma, MD
Mary Dell, MD, DMin
Trainee Travel Awards
Amritha Bhat, MD
University of Washington
Kathleen Bingham, MD
University of Toronto
Monika Chaudhry, MD
University of Southern
California
Julia Edwards, MD, MPH
University of Washington
With thanks to the Foundation of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine for its support to the William L. Webb Fellowship, Don R. Lipsitt Award and
Trainee Travel Awards.
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APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
friday, nov. 14
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w 2:15 – 3:15 PMEleanor and Thomas P. Hackett Memorial Award [1.0 CME]
Introduction by: Joan Berzoff, MSW, EdD........................................................Grand Ballroom
Fatal Decisions
Lewis Cohen, MD, FAPM
Professor of Psychiatry, Baystate Medical Center and Tufts University School of Medicine,
Springfield, MA
w 3:15 – 3:30 PM
Break
w 3:30 – 5:30 PM
8 Concurrent Symposia (S) and Workshops (W) [2.0 CME]
S17: 2014 - Updates in Neuropsychiatry
Track: NEP ........................................................... Caribbean I-III
Presenters: Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford
University, Stanford, CA
Yelizaveta Sher, MD, Stanford University Medical Center,
Stanford, CA
Lawrence McGlynn, MD, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Anna Frenklach, MD, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
S18: Ventricular Assist Devices: A Psychosomatic
Medicine Update
Track: SUB ........................................................... Caribbean V
Presenters: Peter Shapiro, MD, FAPA, FAPM, Columbia
University, New York, NY
Mary Amanda Dew, PhD, FAPM, University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA
Michael Marcangelo, MD, FAPM, FAPA, University of
Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
Hochang Lee, MD, FAPM, Yale University School of
Medicine, New Haven, CT
Adriana Phan, MD, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY
S19: CPR, Autonomy, and Medical Futility:
Conflicting Rights and Responsibilities in the
Physician-Patient Relationship. A Joint APM
Bioethics/Palliative Care SIGs Symposium
Track: CCD ....................................................Caribbean VI-VIII
Moderator/Discussant: John Shuster, MD, FAPM, MindCare
Solutions, Nashville, TN
Mary Ann Cohen, MD, FAPM, FACP, FAAPDP, DLFAPA,
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
Rachel Lynn, MD, The University of Texas, MD Anderson
Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Presenters: Saba Syed, MD, FAPM, DFAPA, Olive ViewUniversity of California Los Angeles Medical Center,
Sylmar, CA
Robert Dasher, MD, Olive View-University of California
Los Angeles Medical Center, Sylmar, CA
David Sheski, MD, Olive View-University of California
Los Angeles Medical Center, Sylmar, CA
Maria Theresa Mariano, MD, Clinicas Del Camino Real Inc.,
Ventura, CA
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S20: Controversies Surrounding Medical Marijuana:
Implications for Psychosomatic Medicine
Track: ATP .............................................. Clearwater/Orlando
Moderator/Discussant: Paula Zimbrean, MD, FAPA, FAPM,
Yale University, New Haven, CT
Presenters: J. Michael Bostwick, MD, FAPM, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN
Maya Prabhu, MD, Yale University, New Haven, CT
Ariadna Forray, MD, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
Paula Zimbrean, MD, FAPA, FAPM, Yale University, New
Haven, CT
W09: Difficult to Digest: Managing Self-Injurious
Behavior on the Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry
Service
Track: PLI .......................................................... Caribbean IV
Moderator/Discussant: Syma Dar, MD, Cleveland Clinic
Health System, Cleveland, OH
Presenters: Elias Khawam, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland,
OH
Xavier Jimenez, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Margo Funk, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
W10: Complex Pregnant Patients in the Hospital:
Lessons the PM Psychiatrist Can Learn from Our
Patients
Track: PPP ........................................ Jacksonville/Tallahassee
Presenters: Christina Wichman, DO, FAPM, Medical
College of Wisconsin, Muskego, WI
Leena Mittal, MD, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Nancy Byatt, DO, FAPM, University of Massachusetts
Medical School, Worcester, MA
Madeleine Becker, MD, FAPM, Thomas Jefferson University
Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
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Track: CCT ..............................................Key West/Palm Beach
Moderator/Discussant: Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Presenters: Jennifer Gatchel, MD, PhD, Massachusetts
General Hospital, Boston, MA
Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FAPM, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
Amy Bauer, MD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Ellen Coffey, MD, FACP, Hennepin County Medical Center,
Minneapolis, MN
Mai Uchida, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Robert Boland, MD, FAPM, Brigham and Women’s Hospital,
North Kingstown, RI
W12: Collaborative Assessments of Capacity:
An Interactive Video Vignette Workshop
Track: CD .........................................................................Miami
Presenters: Kathleen Sheehan, MD, PhD, University of
Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Andrea Waddell, MD, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON,
Canada
Susan Abbey, MD, FRCPC, University of Toronto, Toronto,
ON, Canada
Joseph Rasimas, MD, PhD, FAPM, HealthPartners - Regions
Hospital, St. Paul, MN
w 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Exhibits Breakdown................................................................. Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 5:45 – 7:30 PM
Mercy Killers............................................................................................Grand Ballroom
friday, nov. 14
W11: Integration of Technology into PatientCentered Consultative Care in the Digital Age
Written and performed by Mike Milligan, this acclaimed one-man play explores an ordinary
American’s struggle with the uniquely American experience of losing your health in the land of
plenty. The play will be followed by an audience discussion. $25 per person/$10 for trainees/
ECPs.
Introduction by: Sandra Rackley, MD, Assistant to the Program Chair
Actor: Mike Milligan
Discussant: James Rundell, MD, FAPM, Minneapolis VA Health Care System, Minneapolis, MN
w 7:00 – 8:00 PM
Webb Fellows Reception.......................................................................... Suite 1555
By invitation only.
Program Tracks
ATP
Addiction and
Transplant
Psychiatry
CD
Career
Development
CCT
Collaborative
Care and
Technology
CCD
Critical Care/
Delirium
NEP
Neuropsychiatry
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
PPP
Perinatal and
Pediatric
Psychiatry
SUB
Psychosomatic
Medicine
Subspecialties
PLI
Psychotherapeutic and
Liaison
Interventions
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APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
saturday, nov. 15
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w 6:00 – 6:45 AM
Neighborhood Run...................................................................... Meet in hotel lobby
w 6:15 – 7:00 AM
Mindfulness Meditation with Paul Jones, MD................................................ Miami
w 6:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Registration Desk Open................................................................ Caribbean Foyer
w 7:00 – 8:00 AM
APM Special Interest Group Meetings ............................................... See page 42
w 8:00 – 9:00 AM
APM Committee Meetings........................................................................ See page 42
w 9:00 – 9:15 AM
Light Refreshments.................................................................. Grand Ballroom Foyer
w 9:15 – 9:30 AM
Announcements....................................................................................Grand Ballroom
w 9:30 – 10:30 AM
Dlin/Fischer Clinical Research Award Lecture [1.0 CME]
Introduction by: Jeff Huffman, MD, FAPM.......................................................Grand Ballroom
Continental breakfast served for credentialed SIG members.
Continental breakfast served for credentialed Committee members.
Prospective Validation Study of the Prediction of Alcohol Withdrawal Severity
Scale (PAWSS) of a New Scale for the Prediction of Moderate to Severe Alcohol
Withdrawal Syndrome
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
w 10:30 – 10:45 AM
Break
w 10:45 AM – 12:45 PM
8 Concurrent Symposia (S) and Workshops (W) [2.0 CME]
S22: Developing Proactive Consultation-Liaison
Psychiatric Service: Toward Integrated Care
for Hospitalized Medico-Surgical Patients
S21: Update on HIV-associated Neurocognitive
Disorder: Prevention, Screening, and Current
Controversies – Innovative Approaches for the
Psychosomatic Medicine Psychiatrist – an APM HIV
Psychiatry SIG-sponsored Symposium
Track: CCT ........................................................... Caribbean V
Track: NEP ............................................................. Caribbean IV
Presenters: Mary Ann Cohen, MD, FAPM, FACP, FAAPDP,
DLFAPA, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai,
New York, NY
Thomas Marcotte, PhD, University of California, San Diego,
San Diego, CA
Adriana Carvalhal, MD, PhD, University of Toronto,
St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, ON, Canada
Andrew Angelino, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine, Severna Park, MD
Karl Goodkin, MD, PhD, AIDS Healthcare Foundation,
Los Angeles, CA
Moderators/Discussants: Hochang Lee, MD, FAPM, Yale
University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
James Levenson, MD, FAPM, Virginia Commonwealth
University, Richmond, VA
Presenters: William Sledge, MD, Yale New Haven Psychiatric
Hospital, Hamden, CT
Christine Finn, MD, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center,
Lebanon, NH
Devendra Thakur, MD, Geisel School of Medicine at
Dartmouth College, Lebanon, NH
Anita Everett, MD, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center,
Glenwood, MD
Program Tracks
ATP
Addiction and
Transplant
Psychiatry
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CD
Career
Development
CCT
Collaborative
Care and
Technology
CCD
Critical Care/
Delirium
NEP
Neuropsychiatry
PPP
Perinatal and
Pediatric
Psychiatry
SUB
Psychosomatic
Medicine
Subspecialties
PLI
Psychotherapeutic and
Liaison
Interventions
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
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W13: Substance Use Disorders in Pregnancy:
Clinical Management and Psychosocial Issues
Track: ATP ........................................................ Caribbean I-III
Track: CCD .................................................Clearwater/Orlando
Moderator/Discussant: Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Presenters: Jonathan Charnin, MD, Massachusetts General
Hospital, Boston, MA
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford University,
Stanford, CA
Shamim Nejad, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital;
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Dimitry Davydow, MD, FAPM, University of Washington,
Seattle, WA
S24: Baby, Interrupted: Psychiatric and Psychosocial
Issues Related to Infertility and Assisted
Reproductive Technology
Presenters: Laura McLafferty, MD, Thomas Jefferson
University, Philadelphia, PA
Leena Mittal, MD, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Nehama Dresner, MD, FAPM, FAPA, Wellsprings Health
Associates, Chicago, IL
Guitelle St.Victor, MD, FAPA, Nassau University Medical
Center, East Meadow, NY
Patrick Marshalek, MD, West Virginia University School of
Medicine, Morgantown, WV
W14: Violence Towards Care Providers in
the General Hospital: Strategies for Assessment,
Treatment, Safety, and Risk Reduction
Track: PLI ....................................................Caribbean VI-VIII
Moderator/Discussant: Teresa Rummans, MD, FAPM, Mayo
Clinic, Rochester, MN
Presenters: Sean Heffernan, MD, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Lisa Seyfried, MD, University of Michigan Medical School,
Ann Arbor, MI
James Rundell, MD, FAPM, Minneapolis VA Health Care
System, Minneapolis, MN
Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FAPM, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
Track: PPP ............................................Key West/Palm Beach
Moderator/Discussant: Shari Lusskin, MD, Icahn School of
Medicine at Mt. Sinai, New York, NY
Presenters: Elizabeth Albertini, MD, Icahn School of
Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
Madeleine Fersh, MD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount
Sinai, Manhasset, NY
Carrie Ernst, MD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai,
New Rochelle, NY
S25: Psychonephrology: Psycho-social Issues
in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
Track: SUB ..................................................................... Miami
Moderators/Discussants: Susan Abbey, MD, FRCPC,
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Istvan Mucsi, MD, PhD, University Health Network,
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Presenters: Miqdad Bohra, MBBS, MRCPsych, FRCPC,
University Health Network, University of Toronto, Toronto,
ON, Canada
Marta Novak, MD, PhD, University Health Network,
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Sanjeev Sockalingam, MD, FRCPC, University Health
Network, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Paula Zimbrean, MD, FAPA, FAPM, Yale University, New
Haven, CT
w 12:45 – 2:00 PM
saturday, nov. 15
S23: What the Psychosomatic Medicine Physician
Needs to Know About Sedation and Pain
Management in Critical Care
W15: Teaching Each Other: A Workshop for
Psychosomatic Medicine Fellowship Program
Directors on ACGME Requirements, the New
Accreditation System, and the Milestones
Track: CD ........................................ Jacksonville/Tallahassee
Moderator/Discussant: Terry Rabinowitz, MD, FAPM,
University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT
Presenters: Madeleine Becker, MD, FAPM, Thomas Jefferson
University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Paul Desan, MD, PhD, Yale University, New Haven, CT
Mark Ehrenreich, MD, FAPM, University of Maryland,
Baltimore, MD
Robert Joseph, MD, FAPM, Cambridge Health Alliance;
Harvard Medical School, Newton, MA
Daniel Elswick, MD, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
Lisa Rosenthal, MD, FAPM, Northwestern University Feinberg
School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
Sejal Shah, MD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA
Jorge Luis Sotelo, MD, FAPM, University of Miami Miller
School of Medicine, Miami, FL
Lunch on your own
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APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
saturday, nov. 15
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w 12:45 – 2:00 PM
SIG Chair’s Lunch (with APM Council representatives).................. Grand Ballroom A-D
w 12:45 – 2:00 PM
Trainee & Early Career Lunch ($25pp).................................. Grand Ballroom A-D
APM is delighted to offer a unique opportunity for Early Career Psychiatrists to meet with more
experienced members from the Academy and receive mentorship in a group setting at the
“Mentorship Lunch.” Attendees will get an opportunity to have lunch while going over some of
the pro’s and con’s of different career pathways, to consider how to best manage personal and
professional obligations, and contemplate how to maintain a connection to academic psychiatry
while working in a non-academic setting. The agenda is set by the participants and the mentors
are happy to discuss whatever is on your mind. There is no assigned seating and places are filled
on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are $25 per person.
w 2:00 – 5:00 PM
Research for Researchers Workshop [3.0 CME].....................Grand Ballroom
Introduction by: Linda Worley, MD, FAPM
Moderators/Discussants: Michael Sharpe, MD, FAPM, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
Jeff Huffman, MD, FAPM, Massachusetts General Hospital, Lexington, MA
Speakers: Donald Rosenstein, MD, FAPM, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Jane Walker, MBChB, PhD, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
Jesse Fann, MD, FAPM, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
w 2:30 – 4:30 PM
5 Concurrent Symposia (S) and Workshops (W) [2.0 CME]
S16: Collaborative Care Implementation: Teaching,
Health Systems, and Quality of Care
Track: CCT ........................................................................ Tampa
Moderator/Discussant: David Katzelnick, MD, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN
Presenters: Charles Engel, MD, RAND Corporation,
Arlington, VA
Mark Williams, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
David Liu, MD, UC Davis, Sacramento, CA
Track: CCD .......................................................... Caribbean IV
Moderator/Discussant: Stephanie Cavanaugh, MD, FAPM,
Rush University Medical Center, Winnetka, IL
Presenters: Mervat Sha’ini, MD, LCPC, Rush University
Medical Center, Orland Park, IL
Charles Hebert, MD, Rush University Medical Center,
Chicago, IL
Zachary Kordik, MD, Rush University Medical Center,
Chicago, IL
Kirk Harris, MD, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
S26: Managing Psychiatric Complications After
Bariatric Surgery: A Patient Guided Approach
Track: SUB ........................................................ Caribbean I-III
Presenters: Sanjeev Sockalingam, MD, FRCPC, University
Health Network, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Weronika Gondek, MD, FAPA, Johns Hopkins University,
Ellicott City, MD
Raed Hawa, MD, FRCPC, DABPN, University Health Network,
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Kathleen Bingham, MD, University Health Network and
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
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S27: Difficult Neuropsychiatry Disorders in the
Neurointensive Care Unit
S28: Standardizing Psychosocial Assessment of
Transplant Candidates
Track: ATP ....................................................Caribbean VI-VIII
Moderator/Discussant: Zeeshan Butt, PhD, Northwestern
University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
Presenters: Terry Schneekloth, MD, FAPM, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN
Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Sheila Jowsey, MD, FAPM, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Frank Vitinius, MD, University Hospital of Cologne,
Cologne, Germany
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
APM2014 PROGRAM DETAILS
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Track: CD ........................................................... Caribbean V
Moderators/Discussants: Ann Schwartz, MD, FAPM, Emory
University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
Margo Funk, MD, FAPM, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Presenters: Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM, Harvard Medical
School, Boston, MA
Stephen Nicolson, MD, FAPM, Vanderbilt University School
of Medicine, Nashville, TN
Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM, Creighton University School of
Medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center,
Phoenix, AZ
Thomas Heinrich, MD, FAPM, Medical College of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
James Levenson, MD, FAPM, Virginia Commonwealth
University, Richmond, VA
Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FAPM, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
J. Michael Bostwick, MD, FAPM, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
w 4:30 – 4:45 PM
Break
w 4:45 – 5:30 PM
APM Annual Business Meeting
(APM members only)........................................................................... Jacksonville/Tallahassee
w 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Annual Meeting Committee Wrap-up Meeting
(members only).................................................................................... Jacksonville/Tallahassee
w 7:30 – 11:00 AM
APM Council Meeting (second)
Council members & invited guests only....................................................Key West/Palm Beach
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
sunday, nov. 16
SUNDAY, NOV. 16
saturday, nov. 15
W16: Rounds in the General Hospitals: Turning
Enhanced Case Presentations and Feedback into
Publishable Manuscripts
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Download presentation handouts for each session by using your smartdevice QR app,
or your APM 2014 Meeting App (available in both Apple’s App Store and Google Play).
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12
SKILLS COURSES
UPDATES COURSE
SC1 | Legal Issues in
Psychosomatic Medicine
UP01 | Acute Brain Failure:
Pathophysiology, Prevention and
Treatment of Delirium
UP05 | Transplant Psychiatry
http://bit.ly/1vljFZq
http://bit.ly/1vljGfT
http://bit.ly/1vljGwv
SC2 | Psychopharmacology: A
Focused Review of Drug-Drug-Drug
Interactions
UP02 | Update in Neuropsychiatry
UP06 | Update in Cardiac Psychiatry
with a Focus on Issues of QTc
Prolongation
http://bit.ly/1vljFII
http://bit.ly/1vljGfZ
http://bit.ly/1vljEVe
SC3 | Assessment and Management
of the Opioid-dependent Chronic
Pain Patient
UP03 | Update on
Psychopharmacology in the
Medically Ill
UP07 | Clinical Pearls in
Endocrinology
http://bit.ly/1vljEof
http://bit.ly/1vljGwh
http://bit.ly/1vljEVk
SC4 | Acute Brain Failure:
Neurobiology, Prevention and
Treatment of Delirium
UP04 | Update in Pain Management
for the Consultation Psychiatrist
UP08 | Alcohol and Drug Addiction
in the General Hospital Setting;
Clinical Competence for the
Psychosomatic Medicine Specialist
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http://bit.ly/1vljFZi
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THURSDAY, NOV. 13
PLENARY SESSIONS
UP09 | Update in Women’s Mental
Health
UP13 | Legal Issues in
Psychosomatic Medicine
PRES1 | The Creation, Publication,
and Mass Dissemination of HighQuality Medical Information
http://bit.ly/1vljDAA
http://bit.ly/1vljGMZ
http://bit.ly/1vljH3q
UP10 | HIV and Other Infectious
Diseases
PRES2 | Things You Think You Know
That Might Not Be True
http://bit.ly/1vljDAF
http://bit.ly/1vljHR0
UP11 | Somatoform Disorders
PRES3 | Risk Factors, Risk Factors,
and More Risk Factors: Are We
Doing the Right Kind of Research to
Guide Clinical Care?
http://bit.ly/1vljHR2
http://bit.ly/1vljFbN
UP12 | Update in Psycho-oncology
RES1 | Research Award Lecture:
Nervous Breakdown: Depression
following Traumatic Brain and Spinal
Cord Injury
http://bit.ly/1vljH3m
http://bit.ly/1vljFbR
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THURSDAY, NOV. 13 cont.
SYMPOSIA & WORKSHOPS
DL1 | Don R. Lipsitt Award
Workshop: Practical Implementation
of Inpatient Collaborative Care: A
Nuts-and-Bolts Workshop
S04 | A Review of Toxidromes
Encountered by Consult Psychiatrists
S08 | “Keep Breathing and Carry
On” – the Challenge of Cystic
Fibrosis
http://bit.ly/1vljEon
http://bit.ly/1ASk5Ih
http://bit.ly/1ASk4E5
S01 | Burn Psychiatry
S05 | Psychiatric Manifestations of
Neuroinflammation
S09 | Is There a Disconnect
Between Clinical Practice and
Research Findings in Psychosomatic
Medicine? Exploration of the
Evidence Base for Four Commonly
Used Clinical Practices
http://bit.ly/1ASk07i
http://bit.ly/1ASk1bo
S02 | Brain Stimulation for the C-L
Psychiatrist
S06 | 40 Years of Psycho-oncology:
New Innovations in the Psychiatric
Care of Cancer Patients
http://bit.ly/1ASk5rz
S10 | Telepsychiatry Essentials for
Psychosomatic Medicine Clinicians
http://bit.ly/1ASk4E3
http://bit.ly/1ASk1Ip
S03 | Learning from Our Warriors:
Lessons from Interdisciplinary Work
with Returning Iraq and Afghanistan
Veterans and Their Families
S07 | Developing Leadership Skills:
Lessons Learned from Our Teachers
http://bit.ly/1ASk4UG
http://bit.ly/1ASk2fn
http://bit.ly/1ASk72P
S11 | Bedside Psychotherapeutic
Interventions with Pediatric
Consultation-Liaison Patients
http://bit.ly/1ASk1bs
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S12 | Update on Perinatal Psychiatry
W01 | Neurocircuitry of Substance
Abuse
W05 | Addiction: What C-L
Psychiatrists Need to Know
http://bit.ly/1ASk1Ir
http://bit.ly/1ASk0nX
http://bit.ly/1ASk4nv
S13 | DSM-5 & Delirium: Diagnostic
Challenges of Delirium (sponsored
by the American Delirium Society)
W02 | All You Ever Wanted to Know
about Research but Were Too Afraid
to Ask: An APM Research and EBP
Committee Workshop
W06 | Catatonia: Video Workshop
on Recognition and Management
http://bit.ly/1ASk3QD
http://bit.ly/1ASk3Qw
http://bit.ly/1ASk6f7
S14 | Depression in Patients
with HIV: Current Research and
Clinical Approaches to Screening,
Management, and Treatment - An
APM HIV Psychiatry SIG-sponsored
Symposium
W03 | Psychodynamic Bedside
Consultation
W07 | Early Career Psychosomatic
Medicine: From Training to Practice
http://bit.ly/1ASk4nr
http://bit.ly/1ASk6fb
W04 | Autoimmune
Neuropsychiatric Disorders in
Children and Adolescents
W08 | Psychiatric Manifestations
and Management of Endocrine
Disorders: An Interactive ProblemSolving Approach
http://bit.ly/1ASk4nz
S15 | Acute Alcohol Abstinence
in the General Hospital Setting:
Lessons Learned from Complicated
Patients
http://bit.ly/1ASk336
http://bit.ly/1ASk6M7
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FRIDAY, NOV. 14
PLENARY SESSION
CSS4 | WEBB FELLOW: Bipolar
Disorder in Primary Care: Clinical
Characteristics of 740 Primary Care
Patients with Bipolar Disorder
DL2 | Differential Impact of Postsurgical Delirium on One-year Mortality
among Hip Fracture Repair Patients
with versus Without Dementia
http://bit.ly/1ASk1rP
http://bit.ly/1ASk0Et
CSS1 | Correlates of Suicide among
Veterans Treated in VA Primary Care
CSS5 | Legal Consequences of
Prenatal Substance Use across the
United States
DL3 | Catatonic Signs in Patients
with Delirium in the ICU
http://bit.ly/1ASk1rM
http://bit.ly/1ASk07r
http://bit.ly/1ASk1YU
CSS2 | Suicidal Outcomes in
General Hospital Consultation
Psychiatry
CSS6 | Reducing Disparities and
Improving Care for Depression in
Women: A Randomized Trial of
Collaborative Care in Ob-Gyn Settings
DL4 | Neuroinflammation &
Delirium: Blood Transfusions as
Triggers of Delirium
http://bit.ly/1ASk1s0
http://bit.ly/1ASk1bu
http://bit.ly/1ASk0Ev
CSS3 | A Novel Approach to the
Doctrine of Informed Consent:
Prospect Theory and Its Implications
for Physician-Patient Interactions
DL1 | Collaborative Confusion?
Developing an Institutional Approach
to Interprofessional Delirium Training
DL5 | Brain Imaging, Treatment, and
Long-term Follow-up of Persistent
Lyme Encephalopathy
http://bit.ly/1ASk1rY
http://bit.ly/1ASk3zX
http://bit.ly/1ASk3A6
PLEN2 | The Human Side of
Healthcare: Medicine as Stories,
Stories as Medicine
http://bit.ly/1vljFbV
ORAL PAPERS
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DL6 | Proactive Consultations in a
General Hospital Using the CedarsSinai Psychiatric Consultation
Identification Score (CS-PCI)
NP4 | Cytochrome P450 2D6
Polymorphism in the Brain: A Case
Series and Literature Review
PO2 | A Randomized Pilot Study on
a Cognitive-existential Intervention
to Improve Existential and Global
Quality of Life in an Advanced
Cancer Population
http://bit.ly/1ASk3zZ
http://bit.ly/1ASk3QF
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NP1 | Hit Me with Your Best Shot?
A Case Series of Long-Acting
Injectable Antipsychotic Use in HIVPositive Patients
NP5 | Severity of Depression and
Anxiety Are Predictors of Response
to Antidepressant Treatment in
Parkinson’s Disease
PO3 | Performance Status and
Psychological Distress in Parents with
Advanced Cancer
http://bit.ly/1ASk2vQ
http://bit.ly/1ASk46V
http://bit.ly/1ASk5b3
NP2 | WEBB FELLOW:
Neuropsychiatric Autoimmunity:
NMDA-R-IgG and Beyond
NP6 | WEBB FELLOW: Cognitive
Dysfunction in Geriatric Bipolar and
Major Depressive Disorder
PO4 | Suicide Education in
Oncology
http://bit.ly/1ASk2ft
http://bit.ly/1ASk46X
http://bit.ly/1ASk6vH
NP3 | Suicidal Ideation and Attempts
after Spinal Cord Injury: Prevalence in
a Multicenter Study and Response to
Antidepressant Treatment
PO1 | Use and Expectations
of Health Informatics in Cancer
Survivors and Its Psychological
Implications
PO5 | Management of Substanceinduced Mood Disorder in the
Autistic and Developmentallydelayed Young Oncology Patient
http://bit.ly/1ASk2fx
http://bit.ly/1ASk6vF
http://bit.ly/1ASk5b9
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FRIDAY, NOV. 14 cont.
PLENARY SESSION
PO6 | Low Socioeconomic Status
Affects the Transcriptome of
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant
Recipients
PSH4 | Anxiety and Medical
Outcomes in Coronary Artery
Disease: A Systematic Review and
Meta-analysis
SBP2 | Measuring Consultee
Satisfaction with Inpatient Psychiatric
Consultation
http://bit.ly/1ASk5b5
http://bit.ly/1ASk2Mt
PSH1 | Predictors of Urgent Care
Use in Patients with Long-term
Physical Illness: A Primary Care
Longitudinal Cohort Study
PSH5 | Panic Symptoms in Patients
with Non-Cardiac Chest Pain or
Palpitations in the Emergency
Department: A Blind Spot in the
Emergency Department
http://bit.ly/1ASk2Mx
http://bit.ly/1ASk2MB
PSH2 | Physical and Emotional
Distress Intolerance, Dissociation, and
Self-efficacy as Predictors of Psychiatric
Morbidity and Disability in Tertiary
Psychosomatic Medicine Patients
PSH6 | The Role of Psychosocial
Factors on Employment Outcomes
One Year After Bariatric Surgery
SBP4 | Rapid Access to Perinatal
Psychiatric Care in Depression
(RAPPID)
http://bit.ly/1ASk4nJ
http://bit.ly/1ASk4Us
SBP1 | Results of a Fee-for-Service
Model for Integrated Behavioral Care
SBP5 | A Pilot Program of a Medpsych Rotation in PGY1 Year to
Introduce C-L to Psychiatry Residents
http://bit.ly/1ASk3jy
SBP3 | Technology in the Trenches:
One Group’s Experience with
Integrating Psychiatry and Primary
Care Through the Use of Technology
http://bit.ly/1ASk4UE
http://bit.ly/1ASk2Mv
PSH3 | Teaching Chronic Illness
Adaptation: Woody Guthrie in the
Reverse Classroom
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http://bit.ly/1ASk2Mq
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SYMPOSIA & WORKSHOPS
S17 | 2014 - Updates in
Neuropsychiatry
SBP6 | Barriers and Solutions to
Working with Patients as Research
TP4 | Face Transplantation:
Psychological Outcomes at Year Five
http://bit.ly/1ASk0nN
Partnershttp://bit.ly/1ASk3jm
http://bit.ly/1ASk72B
TP1 | Causes and Outcomes of
Acetaminophen Overdoses: The
Mayo Clinic Experience, 2004-2010
TP5 | The Use of the Stanford
Integrated Psychosocial Assessment
for Transplantation (SIPAT) Tool:
A Single Center Experience at a
Transplant/LVAD Hospital
S18 | Ventricular Assist Devices: A
Psychosomatic Medicine Update
http://bit.ly/1ASk471
http://bit.ly/1ASk6Mj
TP2 | Depression and Anxiety
Predict Long-term Outcomes after
Lung Transplantation
http://bit.ly/1ASk6Mf
TP3 | The Stanford Integrated
Psychosocial Assessment for
Transplantation, Healthcare
Utilization, and Adverse Medical
Events for 3 Years Post-kidney
Transplantation
http://bit.ly/1ASk5rM
TP6 | Use of Coping Behaviors
and Risk for Relapse in Patients
Transplanted for Alcoholic Liver
Disease
S19 | CPR, Autonomy, and Medical
Futility: Conflicting Rights and
Responsibilities in the PhysicianPatient Relationship. A Joint APM
Bioethics/Palliative Care SIGs
Symposium
http://bit.ly/1ASk5rE
http://bit.ly/1ASk32T
PLENARY SESSION
S20 | Controversies Surrounding
Medical Marijuana: Implications for
Psychosomatic Medicine
HK1 | Eleanor & Thomas P. Hackett
Memorial Award Lecture: Fatal
Decisions
http://bit.ly/1ASk3jD
http://bit.ly/1ASk5I2
http://bit.ly/1vljDR9
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SATURDAY, NOV. 15
W09 | Difficult to Digest: Managing
Self-Injurious Behavior on the
Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry
Service
PLENARY SESSION
SYMPOSIA & WORKSHOPS
DLIN1 | Dlin/Fischer Clinical
Research Award Lecture: Prospective
Validation Study of the Prediction of
Alcohol Withdrawal Severity Scale
(PAWSS) of a New Scale for the
Prediction of Moderate to Severe
Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome
S16 | Collaborative Care
Implementation: Teaching, Health
Systems, and Quality of Care
http://bit.ly/1ASk5YN
http://bit.ly/1ASk1Z1
W10 | Complex Pregnant Patients
in the Hospital: Lessons the PM
Psychiatrist Can Learn from Our
Patients
http://bit.ly/1vljDRc
S21 | Update on HIV-associated
Neurocognitive Disorder:
Prevention, Screening, and
Current Controversies - Innovative
Approaches for the Psychosomatic
Medicine Psychiatrist – an APM
HIV Psychiatry SIG-sponsored
Symposium
http://bit.ly/1ASk5rv
W11 | Integration of Technology
into Patient-Centered Consultative
Care in the Digital Age
http://bit.ly/1ASk3A8
S22 | Developing Proactive
Consultation-Liaison Psychiatric
Service: Toward Integrated Care
for Hospitalized Medico-Surgical
Patients
http://bit.ly/1ASk72D
W12 | Collaborative Assessments
of Capacity: An Interactive Video
Vignette Workshop
http://bit.ly/1ASk479
http://bit.ly/1ASk7jb
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S23 | What the Psychosomatic
Medicine Physician Needs to
Know about Sedation and Pain
Management in Critical Care
S27 | Difficult Neuropsychiatry
Disorders in the Neurointensive
Care Unit
W15 | Teaching Each Other: A
Workshop for Psychosomatic
Medicine Fellowship Program
Directors on ACGME Requirements,
the New Accreditation System, and
the Milestones
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S24 | Baby, Interrupted: Psychiatric
and Psychosocial Issues Related to
Infertility and Assisted Reproductive
Technology
S28 | Standardizing Psychosocial
Assessment of Transplant Candidates
http://bit.ly/1ASk5rx
W16 | Rounds in the General
Hospitals: Turning Enhanced Case
Presentations and Feedback into
Publishable Manuscripts
http://bit.ly/1ASk32Z
http://bit.ly/1ASk72H
S25 | Psychonephrology: Psychosocial Issues in Patients with Chronic
Kidney Disease
W13 | Substance Use Disorders in
Pregnancy: Clinical Management and
Psychosocial Issues
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RESEARCH FOR RESEARCHERS
RES2 | Research for Researchers
http://bit.ly/1ASk5YJ
http://bit.ly/1ASk0nP
S26 | Managing Psychiatric
Complications after Bariatric
Surgery: A Patient Guided Approach
W14 | Violence Towards Care
Providers in the General Hospital:
Strategies for Assessment,
Treatment, Safety, and Risk
Reduction
http://bit.ly/1vljFsn
http://bit.ly/1ASk0nR
http://bit.ly/1ASk4DZ
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RESTAURANT SUGGESTIONS
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UPSCALE DINING
CASUAL DINING
***Canyon (canyonfl.com) 1818 East Sunrise Boulevard:
***TeeJay Thai and Sushi (tjthaisushi.com) 5975 N
Federal Hwy or 2254 Wilton Drive: Excellent selection of
unique sushi rolls and Thai food; Fort Lauderdale location is
quiet and relaxed ambience, while Wilton Manor location is
more festive and trendy; casual dress; reservations accepted
but not required.
Consistently rated one of the top restaurants; Southwestern
fusion food; mostly small plates but with some entrees; quiet,
romantic ambience; resort casual attire; no reservations (have a
drink at Chill Wine Bar next door while you wait).
Steak 954 (steak954.com) 401 N Fort Lauderdale Beach
Blvd [in the W Hotel]: Luxury boutique steakhouse; white linen;
outside seating available with ocean view; walkable from hotel;
dressy casual; reservations required.
***CafГ© Seville (cafeseville.com) 2768 E Oakland Park Blvd:
Spanish tapas and large plates; dressy casual; reservations
recommended.
Blue Moon Fish Company (bluemoonfishco.com)
4405 W Tradewinds Ave): Fresh seafood; outdoor dining
on the inter-coastal canal; dressy casual; reservations
recommended.
Eduardo de San Angel (eduardodesanangel.com)
2822 E Commercial Blvd: Upscale Mexican restaurant; quiet,
romantic atmosphere; dressy casual (no shorts); reservations
accepted.
***Coconuts (coconutsfortlauderdale.com) 429 Seabreeze
Blvd, Fort Lauderdale: Seafood restaurant on the inter-coastal
canal; festive atmosphere with outdoor seating; walkable from
conference hotel; casual attire; reservations not accepted, but
call-aheads welcome.
J. Alexander’s (jalexanders.com/index.php) 2415 N
Federal Hwy: Contemporary American restaurant known for
wood-fire cuisine; dark, quiet atmosphere; casual attire; no
reservations but call-aheads accepted.
***Rosie’s Bar and Grille (rosiesbarandgrill.com) 2449
Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors): Casual, American food including
wraps and salads; an institution among the gay community
of FLL; large outdoor patio with ample seating; casual attire;
reservations not taken.
Casablanca CafГ© (casablancacafeonline.com) 3049
Il Molino (ilmulinofl.com) 1800 East Sunrise Boulevard:
Alhambra St: American bar and grill; casual, beachfront dining;
outdoor seating available; walkable from hotel (1.5 miles along
beach); casual attire; reservations not required.
Market 17 (market17.net) 1850 SE 17th St: Farm-to-table
Greek Islands Taverna (greekislandstaverna.com) 3300 N
Ocean Blvd: Authentic Greek restaurant; relaxed atmosphere;
outdoor seating available; casual attire; no reservations.
Upscale Italian kitchen; relaxed ambience; casual attire;
reservations not accepted.
organic restaurant; walkable from hotel; dining in the dark
option available for larger parties [dinner is served entirely in a
pitch-black setting]; dressy casual; reservations accepted.
***CafГ© Martorano (cafemartorano.com) 3343 E Oakland
Park Blvd: Trendy Italian restaurant; large-screen TV’s playing
episodes of Sopranos; dressy casual attire; reservations not
accepted.
Chima Brazilian Steakhouse (chima.cc) 2400 E Las
Olas Blvd: Brazilian steakhouse; lively, trendy atmosphere;
Expensive but worth it if you are very hungry; dressy casual; on
the trolley line; reservations accepted.
YOLO (yolorestaurant.com) 333 East Las Olas Boulevard:
Moderately priced; nice menu; beautiful patio for dinner and
an awesome outside bar complete with fire pit; on the trolley
line; resort casual; reservations accepted.
Lobster Bar Sea Grille (buckheadrestaurants.com/
lobster-bar-sea-grille) 450 E Las Olas Blvd: Very much feels
like a hip, happening Manhattan restaurant inside; can be very
loud and crowded on busy nights; locals call it the best sea
food in town; also one of the most expensive restaurants in
town; on the trolley line; dressy casual; reservations accepted.
Psychiatrists Providing Collaborative Care for Physical and Mental Health
Tap 42 (tap42.com) 1411 South Andrews Ave: Gourmet
burgers and large beer selection; Indoor and outdoor seating;
close to FLL airport; casual attire; reservations accepted.
Seasons 52 (seasons52.com) 2428 E Sunrise Blvd: Fresh
grill and wine bar with emphasis on health eating; casual attire;
reservations accepted.
Aruba Beach CafГ© (arubabeachcafe.com) 1 Commercial
Blvd: Casual beach bar and grill; extensive ocean-front outdoor
seating; good for families; casual attire; no reservations.
***Basilic Vietnamese Restaurant (No website) 218
Commercial Blvd: Small, relaxed Vietnamese restaurant; casual
attire; no reservations.
Mango’s Restaurant and Lounge (mangosonlasolas.com)
904 E. Las Olas Blvd: Late dining, live music; can be touristy; on
the trolley line; casual attire; reservations recommended.
Big City Tavern (bigcitylasolas.com) 609 E. Las Olas
Boulevard: American restaurant, casual and outdoor dining;
Good food, good prices, very clubby dining room that is
cool and dark; on the trolley line; casual attire; reservations
accepted.
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COMMITTEE/SIG MEETINGS
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On each morning, a continental breakfast will be available in the foyer areas outside the meeting rooms listed below; only officially
credentialed individuals may attend these functions.
Thursday, November 13
Room
07:00 – 07:30 AM: Committees
07:30 – 08:00 AM: Committees
Caribbean I-III
Medical Student Education SubcommitteeFellowship Education Subcommittee
Caribbean IV
Business of PM Subcommittee
Caribbean V
Research SubcommitteeFellowship & Awards Subcommittee
Caribbean VI-VIII
Standards & Ethics SubcommitteeLocal Arrangements Subcommittee
Jacksonville/Tallahassee
Maintenance of Certification Subcommittee
Member Services Subcommittee
Clearwater/Orlando
Nominating Committee
Key West/Palm Beach
Pre-Conferences Courses SubcommitteeEarly Career Track Subcommittee
Miami
Guidelines & Evidence-Based Medicine Subcommittee
Membership Recruitment Breakfast
Friday, November 14
Room
07:00 – 08:00 AM: Committees
08:00 – 09:00 AM: SIGs
Caribbean I-III
Residency Education Subcommittee
Cardiovascular Psychiatry
Caribbean IV
Early Career Psychiatrists SIGEmergency Psychiatry
Caribbean V
Interdisciplinary Education Subcommittee
Neuropsychiatry
Caribbean VI-VIII
Researchers Group
Women’s Health
Jacksonville/Tallahassee
Constitution & Bylaws Subcommittee
HIV/AIDS Psychiatry
Clearwater/Orlando
Oral Papers & Posters Subcommittee
Palliative Medicine & Psycho-oncology
Key West/Palm Beach
Workshops & Symposia SubcommitteeTelepsychiatry
Miami
Medical Student Meet-and-Greet
Psychotherapeutic Approaches to the Medically Ill
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Caribbean I-III
Community-Based Psychosomatic
Physician Practice Issues
Caribbean IV
Pediatric Psychosomatic MedicineFinance Committee
Caribbean V
Medicine and Psychiatry
Caribbean VI-VIII
Women’s CaucusResearch & Evidence-Based Practice Committee
Jacksonville/Tallahassee
International Forum
Clearwater/Orlando
Education CommitteeAnnual Program Committee
Key West/Palm Beach
Transplant Psychiatry
Miami
Bioethics
Governance Committee
Communications Committee
Membership Committee
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In June 2009, the APM Council created a 501(c) (3) charitable, education, and scientific foundation with
the primary purpose of supporting the Academy’s education and research programs and activities
through fundraising. This organization is called the Foundation of the Academy of Psychosomatic
Medicine (fAPM).
100% Campaign
Join us as we kick off our 100% Campaign! ALL contributions, regardless of size, will help us achieve
our commitment to future leaders in our field and ensure our continued impact as we move the cause
of integrated care forward.
100% participation sends a strong message about our collective commitment to our mission, enabling
us to solicit larger grants from individuals and institutions that have interest in our work. And your gift is
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Educational Mission
The Foundation of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine supports the Academy’s commitment to:
•Fostering ongoing career development and recognizing significant contributions to the field,
through endowed funds like the Lipsitt Award
•Developing leaders in Psychosomatic Medicine, by supporting programs like the Webb
Fellowship, which provides younger members with mentorship and opportunities for leadership
• Supporting the academic growth and development of trainees through programs like the Trainee
Travel awards, which provide funding for selected trainees to attend the annual meeting
Donations
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reach our 100% goal. Donations may be made by completing the donation form on the next page and:
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Nehama Dresner, MD, FAPM
Daniel Winstead, MD, FAPM, Vice Chair
John Hayes, MD, FAPM
Carol Alter, MD, FAPM, Secretary/Treasurer
James Levenson, MD, FAPM
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3rd Annual Scientific Conference of the European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine (EAPM)
EAPM 2015
Challenges and Chances for Psychosomatic Medicine in Health Care
July 2nd – 4th 2015 | Nuremberg, Germany
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Image: В©Tourist office Nuremberg, Uli Kowatsch
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME SCHEDULE
1st July, 2015
2nd July, 2015
Pre-Conference
Meeting &
Master classes
Main Topics
3rd July, 2015
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
4th July, 2015
EAPM 2015
Plenary Sessions, Scientific Symposia, Scientific & Clinical
Workshops, Poster Presentations, Working Group Meetings,
Special Interest Group Meetings
• Integrated and collaborative care
• Brain-immune interaction
• Psychotherapy with the medically ill
Plenary Speakers & Chairs of Master Classes
Phil Bialer, New York, USA | Cathy Crone, Washington, USA | Robert Dantzer, Houston,
USA | Joel Dimsdale, California, USA | Roger Kathol, Burnsville, USA | Monika Keller,
Heidelberg, Germany | Kurt Kroenke, Indianapolis, USA | Wolf Langewitz, Basel,
Switzerland | Jim Levenson, Richmond, USA | Ulrik Malt, Oslo, Norway | Peter Salmon,
Liverpool, UK | Paul Summergrad, Boston, USA | Frederic Stiefel, Lausanne, Switzerland
| Juergen UnГјtzer, Seattle, USA | Tom Wise, Falls Church, USA
Submissions through the conference website are welcome
relating to the following topics
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Basic research in psychosomatic medicine
Social environment and psychosomatic disorders
Psychiatric/psychosomatic disorders
Consultation-liaison work in different clinical settings
Interventions in the field of C-L and Psychosomatic
Medicine
• Training in C-L psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine
The best peer-reviewed abstracts will be published in the
Journal of Psychosomatic Research.
Congress Venue
Meistersingerhalle Nuremberg
Congress president
Wolfgang Söllner, Prof., MD
Paracelsus Medical University
General Hospital Nuremberg
PCO
Dr. Eugen PreuГџ
pdl congressmanagement, Austria
[email protected]
APM-EAPM PRE-CONFERENCE MEETING on 1 July, 2015
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• JOINT SCIENTIFIC MEETING
of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine (APM, USA) and the
European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine (EAPM) on
”Communication in health care“
Special Lecture in the historic court yard 600
by Joel Dimsdale
Rorschachtests of Nazi perpetrators in the Nuremberg Trials
Important Deadlines
15th Dec., ’14
15th Jan., 2015
15th April, 2015
25th June, 2015
Submission for symposia & workshops
Submission for oral presentations & posters
End of Early bird registration fee
End of online registration
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APM2014 DISCLOSURE REPORTING
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The Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine requires disclosure by all program planners and presenters of CME activities of any
financial or other affiliation with commercial organization(s) that may have a direct or indirect interest in the subject matter of the
educational activity. A “financial interest” may include, but is not limited to: being an employee and/or being a shareholder in the
organization; being on retainer with the organization; or having research or honoraria paid by the organization. An “affiliation” may
include holding a position on an advisory committee, speakers’ bureau or some other role or benefit to a supporting organization.
APM administers a process by which potential conflicts are identified and resolved prior to the educational activity. Furthermore,
the audience of each session must be informed of the presenters’ or program planners’ affiliations with every commercial interest
by acknowledging such in the printed program and orally or visually (incorporated into slide presentation) at the start of a session.
APM only identifies active disclosure information, meaning that the absence of a speaker from this list indicates that neither they
nor an immediate member of their family have any relationship to disclose.
Program Participant
Author Disclosure
Program Participant
Author Disclosure
Susan Abbey, MD, FRCPCEli Lilly: Advisory Committee/Board Member
Forrest: Advisory Committee/Board Member
Lundbeck Canada: Advisory Committee/
Board Member
Pfizer: Advisory Committee/Board Member
Waguih William IsHak, MD, FAPA
American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
Khyati Brahmbhatt, MDShire Pharmaceuticals: Grant/Research
Support
Vishal Madaan, MD
APA Focus editorial board: Honorarium
Forest: Grant/Research Support
Lilly: Grant/Research Support
Merck: Grant/Research Support
Otsuka: Grant/Research Support
Pfizer: Grant/Research Support
Shire: Grant/Research Support
Sunovion: Grant/Research Support
University Of Virginia Health System: Employment
E. Sherwood Brown, MD, PhD, FAPMForest: Grant/Research Support
Sunovion: Grant/Research Support
Nancy Byatt DO, MBA, FAPM
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health
Jason Caplan, MD, FAPM
Avanir Pharmaceuticals: Major Stockholder (not including mutual funds), Speaker’s Bureau
Dev Devanand, MD
Abbvie and Lundbeck
Oliver Freudenreich, MD, FAPMBeacon Health Strategies: Advisory Committee/Board Member
Global Medical Education: Honorarium
Med-IQ: Honorarium
Oakstone Medical Education: Honorarium
Optimal Medicine: Other Financial or Material Support
Psychogenics: Grant/Research Support
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David Katzelnick, MD Healthcare Technology Systems Inc:
Major Stockholder
Shari Lusskin, MD
Pfizer
Laura Marsh, MD
Roche Pharmaceuticals:
Taylor and Francis/Informa
Cheryl McCullumsmith, MD, PhD
Janssen: Advisory Committee/Board Member
William McDonald, MDSmith Kline Glaxo and Wyeth: Other Financial or Material Support
Karin Neufeld, MDOrnim Medical Inc. :Grant/Research Support
Teri Pearlstein, MD
Pfizer: Grant/Research Support
Mark Frye, MD
Assurex: Grant/Research Support, Intellectual Property / Patents
Janssen Research & Development: Grant Research Support, Other Financial or Material Support
Mayo Foundation: Grant/Research Support
Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation: Other Financial or Material Support
Myriad: Grant/Research Support, Other Financial or Material Support
National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA): Grant/Research Support
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH): Grant/Research Support
Pfizer: Grant/Research Support
Sunovion: Other Financial or Material Support
Supernus Pharmaceuticals: Other Financial or Material Support
Teva Pharmaceuticals: Other Financial or Material Support
Sean Pittock MB, BAO, MD, MRCPI
Alexion Pharma: Grant/Research Support
Chugai Pharma:
Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation: Grant/Research Support
MedImmune LLC
National Institutes of Health: Grant/Research Support
Pierre Gagnon, MD, FRCPC
Lunbeck: Advisory Committee/Board Member
Takeda/Nycomed: Grant/Research Support
Wex pharmaceutics: Grant/Research Support
Leslie Zun, MD, FAAEMTeva Pharmaceuticals: Honorarium
Steven Roose, MD
Lundbeck: Advisory Committee/Board Member
William Sledge, MD
Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and Johnson and Johnson Inc.: Major Stockholder (not including mutual funds)
Theodore Stern, MD, FAPM
Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine; Editor, Psychosomatics: Employment
Carl Sullivan, III, MD
Reckitt Benckiser: Speaker’s Bureau
Mai Uchida, MD
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Grant/Research Support
Bill Whitely Tamber Health: Employment, Major Stockholder (not including mutual funds)
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Membership Has its Benefits!
Join APM NOW!
Since 1954, the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine has served as a meeting ground for collaboration
and exchange of knowledge and ideas in the field of psychosomatic medicine and consultation-liaison (C-L)
psychiatry. We welcome and encourage professionals and trainees with an interest in consultation-liaison
psychiatry/psychosomatic medicine to become a member of the APM. For membership details, please visit
www.apm.org to join and start receiving some of the great membership benefits listed below.
As a member you receive the following:
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A subscription to our premier medical journal, Psychosomatics, online access to two additional related
journals, and 25% discount on selected books published by Elsevier, Inc.
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An annual scientific meeting. Members save over 25% on annual meeting registration fees.
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Introduction to and interaction with special interest groups.
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Opportunities to participate in the Academy’s committee structure.
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The Academy’s newsletter.
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Increase your knowledge & network with your peers and leaders in the field of Psychosomatic Medicine.
Interested in joining? Please speak with a member of staff at the registration desk.
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