June 6: Solid Organ Transplant: Mental Health Clinicians’ Roles and Dilemmas
June 13: Trauma and Its consequences through the Lens of the Hunger Games
June 20: Psychology Paul Baer Research Award Winner-Anxiety and Smoking in Epilepsy: Improving Awareness and Treatment of Behavioral Health Issues in Neurological Conditions
May 2: Can Antidepressants Make Our Patients Suicidal?
May 9: No Grand Rounds
May 23: Faculty Meeting
May 30: A Diagnostic Discussion Evaluating the Requirements for ADHD: Lore vs. Literature (ADDERALL)
April 4: Apps in Healthcare: what do clinicians need to know? A multidisciplinary perspective from clinicians and engineering
April 11: Borderline Features in Youth with Bipolar Spectrum Disorders
April 18: The Joan and Stanford Alexander Annual Award in Psychiatry: Informing Federal Healthcare Policy: The Role of Psychiatry.
April 25: Diverting Back Again: getting our patients out of the Criminal Justice System and into care
March 7: Pediatric Electronic Gaming Addiction and ADHD.
March 14: Ruth Hutton Fred Lecture: Young Adult & Adolescent Suicide: A Jewish Response
March 21: Integrated Care Series-Antipsychotics and Metabolic Syndrome
March 28: Rescheduled Due to McNair and Jamail's Unavailability.
Feb. 7: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: a transdiagnostic behavioral intervention for mental health and medical conditions
Feb. 14: The Ethical Aspects of Involuntary Commitment
Feb. 21: Glutamatergic and Inflammatory Mechanisms for Experimental Interventions in Suicide Prevention
Feb. 28: Faculty Meeting
Jan. 3: Violence in Healthcare: Preventing and Responding to Patient Violence
Jan. 10: Faculty Meeting
Jan. 17: Apps in Healthcare: What do clinicians need to know? A multidisciplinary perspective from clinicians and engineering.
Jan. 24: The John P. McGovern Award Lectureship in The Art and Science of Medicine:
Beyond Survival: Burnout, Wellbeing, and Professionalism in Medicine.
Jan. 31: The Psychiatrist as Part of the Healthcare System:
On the Horns of a Dilemma.
Dec. 6: Chronic Pain Management: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Dec. 13: Poverty and Its Effects on Health
Dec. 20: No Grand Rounds
Dec. 27: No Grand Rounds
Nov. 1: Chronic Pornography Use and Other Sexual Excesses:
Nov. 8: The Schoolar Lecture in Psychopharmacology. Targeting Glutamate in Psychiatric Disease
Nov. 15: Translational Research to Enhance Neuromodulation Antidepressant
Nov. 22: No Grand Rounds
Nov. 29: Mechanisms of Timing and Prevention of Suicidal Behavior
Oct. 4: Ethical Considerations in Using Hallucinogens for Psychiatric Treatment
Oct. 11: Bridging the gap: Early detection and intervention for borderline personality disorder
Oct. 18: Faculty Meeting
Oct. 25: OCD: Optimal Treatment
Sept. 6: The Decline and Fall of Privacy in Mental Health Practice
Sept. 13: New Research on the Alternative Model for DSM-5 Personality Disorders
Sept. 20: Dissociative Experiences in a Clinical Sample of Children from Preschool to
Sept. 27: Meeting Patients Where They Are: Video Telehealth into the Home for
June 7: Post-Stroke Depression: Where do we go now?
June 14: Lessons Learned in Academic Psychiatry and Project Development in the Clinician Educator Track
June 21: Health Issues Among Persons Living with HIV/AIDS and the Development of a Brief Psychological Treatment
This concludes the Grand Rounds series for this academic year. Grand Rounds will resume Sept. 6, 2017. Have a safe, happy, and productive summer.
May 3: The Ups and Downs of Uppers: Iatrogenic Stimulant Addiction in America
May 10: Recordkeeping: The Busy Intersection of Compliance, Risk Management, Ethics and Privacy
May 17: Faculty Meeting
May 24: No Grand Rounds
May 31: Mental Health Implications of Maternity Leave Policy
April 5: “Thanks for the hospitality, but I think I’ll be going now.” A forensic perspective on the AMA discharge in psychiatry.
April 12: Psychosocial Predictors of and Treatments for Bipolar Disorder
April 19: Three Revolutions in Psychiatry
April 26: Is it really all about the bugs in the guts when it comes to depression? Finish your yogurt as your mamma has always said!
March 1: The Role of Emotion Dysregulation in Clinical Outcomes for Hospitalized Adults With Serious Mental Illness
March 8: Clinical Neurobiology of Suicide
March 15: Wisdom in Unexpected Places: Children’s Literature as Source of Moral Meaning and Target of Psychological Inquiry
March 22: The Heart of the Matter: Attachment, Mentalizing, and Epistemic Trust in the Treatment of Couples
March 29: Emerging Illicit Substances
Feb. 1: Something More: Ideals of American Motherhood
Feb. 8: Child Murder by Parents: The Physician’s Role in the Aftermath of Tragedy
Feb. 15: “Can you Fill This Out For Me?” – Ethical Responding in Disability and Other Legal Arenas
Feb. 22: Faculty Meeting
Jan. 4: Use of Media in Psychiatry Education
Jan. 11: A Conference Method of Helping Preschool Children
Jan. 18: Bridging the Gap: Early Detection and Intervention for Borderline Personality Disorder
Jan. 25: Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD: A Combat Veteran Case Study
Dec. 7: Faculty Meeting
Dec. 14: Psychiatrists Do Cry: Addressing Physician Grief and Burnout
Dec. 21: No Grand Rounds
Dec. 28: No Grand Rounds
Nov. 2: Contribution of Cholinergic Receptors and Signaling to Depression and Aggression
Nov. 9: Plant, Endogenous, & Synthetic Cannabinoids: A Brief Medical & Legal History
Nov. 16: Recognising Epistemic Mistrust in Borderline Personality Disorder
Nov. 23: No Grand Rounds
Nov. 30: Approaches to Treatment Resistant OCD
Oct. 5: The Opiate Epidemic: What Price for Pain Management
Oct. 12: Ethical Foundations of Psychotherapy
Oct. 19: A Global Perspective of Psychiatry: Past and Present
Oct. 25: Suicide In Older Adults: Special Risk Factors and Implications for Practice
Sept. 7: Borderline Personality Disorder and Countertransference: a 40-year Retrospective
Sept. 14: Assigning Fiduciaries to Manage Funds, a Clinical-Legal Decision, informed by Data
Sept. 21: Metacognitive Deficits in Severe Mental Illness: Implications for Emerging Models of Wellness and Recovery
Sept. 28: Faculty Meeting