Presentations

Disruptive Physician Behavior

  • Presented at the American Psychiatric Association’s Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. (May, 2008); San Francisco (May 2009), the American Medical Association/Canadian Medical Association International Conference on Physician Health. Ottawa, Canada (December, 2007), and at Grand Rounds for Vanderbilt University Department of Psychiatry,  George Washington University Departments of Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery, Ob/Gyn, Neurology, Optholomology, and Neurosurgery, Fairfax Hospital, Washington D.C. Veteran’s Administration Hospital, and Holy Cross Hospital’s Department of Surgery.

A Biopsychosocial Model of Sexual Addictions

Physician Burnout

  • Presented at George Washington University Hospital and Georgetown University Medical Center

Psychiatry for Physician’s Assistants

Impaired Physicians: Legal, Ethical and Clinical Issues

  • Presented at Vanderbilt University Medical Center,  George Washington University Hospital and the University of Michigan’s Health Sciences Scholars Program

Attorney Impairment

  • Presented as the plenary at Section on Family Law Annual Meeting, American Bar Association.  Memphis, TN. (October, 2007) and at Vanderbilt University Law School.

Introduction to Psychopharmacology for First Year Medical Students

Substance Use and Attitudes on Professional Conduct Among Medical Students — Preliminary Findings

  • Presented at the AMA/BMA/CMA 2010 International Conference for Physician Health (Chicago, IL)

Integrating Professionalism and Wellness Curriculum into Graduate Medical Education: A Tale of Two Countries

  • Presented at the AMA/BMA/CMA 2010 International Conference for Physician Health (Chicago, IL)

 

PSYCHOPATHOLOGY LECTURES:

Psychiatry Board Review for Physician Assistants

Building A Diagnosis in Psychiatry (Medical Student Curriculum)

Personality Disorders and Defense Mechanisms (Medical Student Curriculum)

Emerging Therapies in Psychiatry (Medical Student Curriculum)

Psychosis (Physician Assistant Curriculum)

Psychiatric Interview and Mental Status Exam (Medical Student Curriculum)