Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Newsletter, May 2015
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Message from the Chair

Dear friends and colleagues,

Our department newsletter is one of the most important vehicles I have for addressing the nearly 1,000 regular and clinical faculty, staff, and trainees that work on our shared goal of improving the health of the public through better mental health care. I hope you enjoy reading about department news, catching up on what your colleagues have been up to, and learning about important developments. The primary goal of the newsletter is to help us stay in touch, and we greatly appreciate your submissions and feedback. If you have a minute, please take this short survey and let us know what we can do to improve.

New in communications is a department communications toolkit located on our department intranet. This toolkit contains downloadable logos, letterhead templates, PowerPoint templates, poster templates, media relations guidelines, a photo library and much more. This is an evolving resource and if you have suggestions for templates or information to add, please be in touch with Department Communications Manger Rebecca Sladek.

We have also been making improvements and updates on the Department website, a continuous and important effort that I ask all of you to help with. Our website is the public reflection of who we are and what we do. It provides information for prospective trainees, faculty members, research partners, and donors and serves as a resource for ourselves. You can help maintain our Department website by 1) reviewing sections you’re associated with; 2) identifying content you think should be on our website but isn’t; 3) helping to write or review content when asked; and 4) updating your faculty profile. Send any updates or suggestions to Rebecca Sladek. Recently updated sections include Telepsychiatry and Consultation, Continuous Professional Development, Grand Rounds and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.

This newsletter is also a way for me to share with you exciting news at UW Medicine. This month, I want to share with you an opportunity to become part of a health care transformation initiative that will help us succeed as an Accountable Care Organization. As you know, our Department is part of UW Medicine, an entity that includes the UW School of Medicine, UW Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, UW Neighborhood Clinics, Valley Medical Center, Northwest Hospital and Medical Center, UW Physicians and Airlift Northwest. Together, we provide healthcare and training throughout the Puget Sound region and beyond with the single mission of improving the health of the public. Our newsletter has switched to UW Medicine branding in recognition of our shared goal.

As we work to improve our organizational effectiveness and communication, please let me know if you have any suggestions of how we can communicate more effectively in 2016. Happy New Year!



Remembering Dick Miyoshi

Dick Miyoshi, a pharmacist at Harborview Medical Center and a clinical professor in our department, died in January from pancreatic cancer. He was a close friend, colleague, and teacher for many of our residents and faculty and made significant contributions to our department over the years.

Dick was a wonderful example of a truly outstanding and dedicated teacher. For decades, he taught residents about psychopharmacology and was the recipient of numerous resident teaching awards. He taught and consulted with many of our faculty members and graduates of our residency program, and was the go-to person in our department for clinical psychopharmacology questions. He was known for his outstanding ability to forge therapeutic alliances with patients and his ability to model empathy and a therapeutic connection.

Dick won the Department’s Tucker Award in 2015 for his outstanding skills as a teacher and his dedication to education throughout his career. He will be truly missed.

Welcome to Mark Reger!

Mark A. Reger, PhD is the new Chief of Psychology Services for the VA Puget Sound Health Care System and Affiliate Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

Prior to joining the VA, Dr. Reger worked as the Deputy Director for the Department of Defense’s National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2), located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. He provided senior oversight for six Divisions involved with the research, development, and implementation of technologies to provide behavioral health solutions, assessment, and support to service members, veterans and their families. He also served as the Chief of the Research Division at T2, where he directed a team of research psychologists working to address military behavioral health issues and suicide risk. He led the development and implementation of the Department of Defense’s suicide surveillance system, including the data collection procedures, analyses, and reporting, and has co-authored the DoD’s official annual suicide surveillance report for the last 7 years.

Dr. Reger has served as the principal investigator for multiple large studies including a large federally-funded epidemiological study of military suicide. He has extensive experience conducting clinical trials, and authored about 50 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on topics including military suicide, post-traumatic stress disorder, telepsychology, neuroendocrinology and research ethics.

Dr. Reger completed his doctorate in clinical psychology at the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University. He completed a three-year National Institutes of Health National Research Service Award postdoctoral fellowship at the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System/University of Washington School of Medicine.

New Award Honors Wayne Katon

The Department is pleased to announce the establishment of the Wayne J. Katon Outstanding Mentor Award. This prestigious award acknowledges the time, dedication, and attention faculty members devote to fostering the career development and academic success of colleagues and trainees in the areas of research, clinical practice and education. Through this award, the Department honors and celebrates the valuable efforts of faculty members who embody Dr. Katon’s spirit of mentoring. One PBSCI faculty member will be selected each year and will be recognized at the graduation ceremony as well as the Department faculty meeting on June 13, 2016. Nominations will open in mid-February. Please contact Jane Corkery-Hahn for details about the nomination and selection process.

Save the Date -- Faculty Teaching Retreat

The annual Faculty Teaching Retreat will be held on the afternoon of Wednesday April 6 at the Urban Horticulture Center, starting with lunch at noon. This retreat is open to all faculty members who teach, and will focus on how to develop, publish, and obtain peer review for a curriculum and on how to achieve regional and national recognition as an educator. Please RSVP to Athena Wong if you would like to attend.

Faculty Development

Tips for Mentors and Mentees. Would you like to be as effective as possible as a mentor or as a mentee? Please see Tips for Mentors and Mentees on the Faculty Mentorship Program page on the department’s intranet.

Department Mentors and Mentorship Committees. Every junior faculty member (i.e. Acting Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor) is now being assigned a departmental mentor. If you have one of these titles and don’t have an official departmental mentor, please contact Deb Cowley and/or Jane Corkery-Hahn. It used to be that the official departmental mentorship program only began at the level of Assistant Professor (i.e. there was no official mentor for people with Acting titles) and took the form of a three-person mentorship committee. Now, mentorship committees are not required; you can just have your assigned department mentor. However, when you become an Assistant Professor, if you and/or your department mentor think you would benefit from having a mentorship committee to provide more varied input, please let us know and we will help arrange this.

Peer Review for Curricula. Do you have a scholarly curriculum that you would like to have peer reviewed? Don’t wait until just before your promotions packet is due! You can have your curriculum reviewed at any time so that you can improve it and develop it further as a high quality teaching and scholarly product. Please talk to your department mentor about potential peer reviewers (local or national) and contact Jane Corkery-Hahn and/or Deb Cowley to arrange for the department to request a formal peer review.

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Match

Our Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship program had a very successful match on January 6! For the first time, the program has expanded its number of entering fellows to six, and the group of fellows entering on July 1, 2016 is truly outstanding! Congratulations to our Child program for another great recruitment year!

Psychosomatic Medicine Fellows for 2016-17

Our Psychosomatic Medicine fellowship program, directed by Marcella Pascualy, MD, has had another outstanding Match! The following three people will join us on July 1, 2016 as Psychosomatic Medicine fellows: Julia Edwards – University of Washington Psychiatry Residency; Reina Maeda – Duke Psychiatry Residency; and Nathaniel (Nate) Sowa – University of North Carolina Psychiatry Residency. We look forward to having them join us!

APA Launches New Training Program

The APA partnered with the AIMS Center on the newly released Applying the Integrated Care Approach, a two-part online course that trains psychiatrists in Collaborative Care. The course is helpful to any psychiatrist wanting to leverage his/her skills in new ways and positively impact access and quality of mental health treatment for a population of patients. The online training course is offered as part of the APA’s new CMS Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) Support and Alignment Network (SAN). Psychiatrists who complete the training are eligible to earn up to six Continuing Medical Education credits.

Global Parent-Child Mental Health Initiative

Cecilia Breinbauer, MD, MPH and Amritha Bhat, MD have been awarded seed money for a Global Parent Child Mental Health Initiative. This initiative is a collaboration between UW Faculty and colleagues from China, Peru, Kenya, and Chile to train care providers, educators, and students on how to work with and talk about mental health issues. In order to help build mental health capacity in these global communities, each country’s participants will have 14 video lectures specifically tailored to that country’s interests and needs. Partners in each country will hold collaborative meetings within their communities to strengthen local mental health networks, and will conduct onsite visits in other countries to facilitate a cross-cultural dialogue on how to improve and approach mental health. Congratulations to Drs. Breinbauer and Bhat!

4 for 4 with PCORI LOIs

Department faculty submitted four LOIs to the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and all were invited to prepare a full proposal, a remarkable achievement. Submissions included Lydia Chwastiak's "Comparing Biomedical, Psychological and Social Approaches to Managing Treatment-Resistant Depression in Safety Net Clinics," Amy Bauer and Pat Areán's "Comparing Stepped Internet Based Psychotherapy to In-Person Psychotherapy for Mild to Moderate Depression," Mark Sullivan's subcontract with Group Health Research Institute on "A Comparison of 2 Clinic Based Interventions to Reduce Opioid Risk vs Reduce Opioid Risk and Dose," and Mark Sullivan's subcontract with the University of Cincinnati on "Evaluating the Management of Pain with Opioid-therapy, Web-based physician training, and increased patient self-management through E-health: a Randomized multi-site clinical trial in primary care (EMPOWER)."

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Opportunity for Junior Faculty

The UW K12 in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) is an institutional training program to support mentored career development research in the field of PCOR. The program is currently seeking to appoint 2-3 junior faculty-level trainees to begin on August 1, 2016. This is a 2-3-year mentored career development training program that includes 80%-100% FTE of salary and benefit support for research training per year. Support is provided for skills development through didactic training and an innovative program of real-world experiences. Applications are due March 1, 2016. More information.

UW Medicine Seeks Clinical Practice Innovators

Carlos Pellegrini, MD, UW Medicine's Chief Medical Officer, is assembling a group of clinical practice innovators across all departments to pave the way for clinical practice transformation at UW Medicine. This new group of leaders will take part in an innovative curriculum sponsored by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation and best practice organizations, be invited to special seminars and meetings with physician executives, and take part in a certificate training program designed to sharpen skills as health system reform leaders. UW Medicine will be looking to this group to lead change within departments; to represent UW Medicine in local, regional and national forums; and to blaze a new path for academic medicine. If you are interested in leading UW Medicine's transformation of care, please contact Jürgen Unützer.

VA Offers Same Day Mental Health Services

Access to quality mental health care is one of the most critical issues in mental health and at the Department of Veterans Affairs, in particular. The VA Puget Sound Health Care System offers a number of innovative and highly effective same day access points to mental health services for Veterans in the Puget Sound region.

The Psychiatric Assessment and Clinical Center (PACC) at the American Lake Division of VA Puget Sound Health Care System provides same day mental health services to Veterans who are experiencing acute psychiatric concerns that are interfering with day-to-day functioning, and/or are new to care. PACC staff triage, evaluate, and manage Veterans requesting mental health services due to a wide variety of psychiatric conditions. PACC is located on the 1st Floor of Building 61 at the American Lake Division of VA Puget Sound Health Care System (VAPSHCS).

Similar services are available through the Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) in the Emergency Department at the Seattle Division and a dedicated PACC, at the Seattle Division, is in development. Moreover, the Mental Health Service at VAPSHCS maintains a ‘no wrong door’ approach to mental health access. Consequently, same-day access is available for every Veteran across all nine sites of care within mental health, emergency room, and/or primary care settings.

Across all sites of care, any Veteran seeking urgent mental health services may simply walk in. This exceptional access to mental health services provides outstanding care to our Veterans, and supports the diverse needs of this large population across Puget Sound.

Meetings & Events

This year's annual faculty and promotions meeting will be held Monday, June 13 from 10-2 PM. More information to follow.

Integrated Care Pathway Journal Club
2/1, 4:30 | HMC 5CT-80
Marc Avery is the featured guest with the following discussion paper: For many patients who use large amounts of health care services, the need is intense yet temporary. For more information, contact Amy Bauer.

What Really Happens at an NIH Study Review
2/4, 3:00pm | SLU
Paul Martin, co-Principal Investigator of ITHS and the Director of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Research Trials Office, will speak on the grant review process and how to write effective grants. RSVP

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Grand Rounds
2/5, 8:00am | SCH
Helen Tager-Flusberg, PhD will present "Early behavioral and neural predictors of language in infants at risk for ASD." Tager-Flusberg is a professor in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Boston University and Director of the Center for Autism Research Excellence.

Grand Rounds
2/5, 12:00pm | HMC

Glenda Wrenn, MD, MSHP will talk about ways to apply a resilience framework to address health disparities among African Americans in her talk "Race, Resilience, and Strength’s Shadow Side." Wrenn is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Morehouse School of Medicine and the director of the Division of Behavioral Health at the Satcher Health Leadership Institute.

UW Global Mental Health Lecture
2/9, 4:30pm | Foege Auditorium
Brandon Kohrt, MD, PhD from Duke University and Bibhav Acharya, MD from UCSF will present on "The Chronic Disaster of Mental Health in Nepal: Strengthening Health Systems Before and After the Earthquake."

Faculty Development Day
3/16, 8:30-5:00pm

Gain tools on leadership skills and working with others. Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development. Register

Honors & Awards

Aaron Lyon Receives 2016 DIS SIG Early Career Award
Assistant Professor Aaron Lyon has recently been awarded the DIS SIG Early Career Award that is presented to individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the science of dissemination and implementation through research, practice, and leadership. Congratulations Aaron!

Will French and Ian Kodish Recognized for Educational Excellence
Each year, the Outstanding Junior Clinician Teacher Faculty Award honors an outstanding clinician teacher faculty member in our department who is at the instructor or assistant professor level. The award recognizes outstanding teaching, curriculum development, educational research and scholarship, and/or educational administration.

The first four recipients of this award were Suzanne Murray (2011), Heidi Combs (2012), Ray Hsiao (2013), and Anna Ratzliff (2014). We are pleased to announce that the 2015 recipients of this award were Will French and Ian Kodish! The award will be presented at Graduation in June.


Department Contributes to National Dialogue
The AIMS Center partnered with the The Kennedy Forum on two policy issue briefs, one calling for integrating behavioral health care with the medical system and one calling for measurement-based care in the delivery of behavioral health services. John Fortney, Rebecca Sladek, and Jürgen Unützer led the effort in collaboration with Kennedy Forum senior leadership team and experts from across the behavioral health field.

In the News

Faculty Friday Spotlight on Pat Areán. Pat Areán talks about the science behind mobile apps, like video games, that can improve mood, cognition, and social functioning. The Whole U. January 14, 2016.
UW study shows how explosions damage vets’ brains. A new study authored by a team of brain injury experts from the VA Puget Sound Health Care System and UW Medicine, including Elaine Peskind and James Meabon, shows the cerebellum becomes increasingly damaged the more blasts veterans are exposed to. The Seattle Times. January 13, 2016.
Brain dysfunction seen in vets with repeated blast exposures. Changes in neuron activity is akin to that of boxers; researchers Elaine Peskind and James Meabon help bridge the knowledge gap about combat injuries. UW Newsbeat. January 13, 2016.
The Whole U: Parenting Style Panel. Suzanne Kerns participated on a panel discussing how to prioritize and stay consistent on your values as a parent, while also fostering a positive and loving relationship with your children. December 16, 2015.

When to Taper Patients Off Opioids. Mark Sullivan outlines best steps on how to assist and actively work with patients tapering off of opioids. MedPageToday. December 16, 2015
New Research Raises More Questions about Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy. Bryan King is quoted from his JAMA Pediatrics editorial “Assessing Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children After Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy." The New York Times. December 14, 2015.

No easy answers in UW study of legal marijuana’s impact on alcohol use. Christine Lee, Mary Larimer, Jason Kilmer, and Isaac Rhew coauthor a study that investigates how different types of marijuana legalization impacts alcohol use. UWToday. December 29, 2015.

Good to Know

Time Management & Academic Efficiencies
Jan 22, 8:30AM – 12PM

This workshop offers techniques and tools for time management for busy clinicians, physician scientists, basic scientists, and department chairs. Register by January 18, 12:00 PM. Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

Nominations Sought for UW Lecture Series
The Graduate School Public Lecture Committee is accepting nominations for the Walker Ames Series Program, Jessie and John Danz Lecture Series and Mary Ann and John D. Mangels Lecture Series. The deadline for all nominations is January 28. Nomination instructions can be found by visiting the Graduate School’s Lecture Series website. If you have questions please contact Yvette Moy at 206.372.8609 or


Call for Story Ideas. The Northwest Public Health magazine is seeking story ideas that examine the links between our hardest health issues and social determinants of health. Example topic areas include Maternal and Child Health, Mental Health and Suicide, Traumatic Brain Injury, Drug Abuse and Sexual Violence, or any area related to public health. If your story idea is selected, a writer will help you develop the idea into an article for publication. More information

Please note: We would like to capture more of the publications our faculty produce every month, recognizing the below is just a sample of the great work being done. We only include papers that have been published, not papers in press. Please let us know when your papers are published by sending email to

Gustavson KA, Alexopoulos GS, Niu GC, McCulloch C, Meade T, Areán PA. (2016). Problem-Solving Therapy Reduces Suicidal Ideation In Depressed Older Adults with Executive Dysfunction. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 24(1), 11-7. doi: 10.1016/j.jagp.2015.07.010.

King, Bryan H. "Assessing Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children After Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy." JAMA Pediatrics. 14 Dec. 2015.

Campbell-Sills L, Espejo E, Ayers CR, Roy-Byrne P, Stein MB. Latent dimensions of social anxiety disorder: A re-evaluation of the Social Phobia Inventory (SPIN). J Anxiety Disord. 2015 Dec;36:84-91. doi: 10.1016/j.janxdis.2015.09.007.
Maynard C, Graves M, West II, Bumgardner K, Krupski A, Roy-Byrne P. Chronic Disease and Chemical Dependency Treatment in Primary Care Patients With Problem Drug Use. J Addict Dis. 2015 Oct-Dec;34(4):323-9. doi: 10.1080/10550887.2015.1078133.

Zatzick, D., O'Connor, S. S., Russo, J., Wang, J., Bush, N., Love, J., . . . Van Eaton, E. (Oct, 2015). Technology-Enhanced Stepped Collaborative Care Targeting Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Comorbidity After Injury: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 28(5), 391-400. doi: 10.1002/jts.22041

Roy-Bryne, Peter. Translating Research to Practice: Too Much Research, Not Enough Practice? Depress Anxiety. 2015 Nov;32(11):785-6. doi: 10.1002/da.22443.

Krupski A, Graves MC, Bumgardner K, Roy-Byrne P. Comparison of Homeless and Non-Homeless Problem Drug Users Recruited from Primary Care Safety-Net Clinics. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2015 Nov;58:84-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jsat.2015.06.007.
Ries R, Krupski A, West II, Maynard C, Bumgardner K, Donovan D, Dunn C, Roy-Byrne P. Correlates of Opioid Use in Adults With Self-Reported Drug Use Recruited From Public Safety-Net Primary Care Clinics. J Addict Med. 2015 Oct;9(5):417-26. doi: 10.1097/ADM.0000000000000151.
Roy-Byrne P, Maynard C, Bumgardner K, Krupski A, Dunn C, West II, Donovan D, Atkins DC, Ries R. Are medical marijuana users different from recreational users? The view from primary care. Am J Addict. 2015 Oct;24(7):599-606. doi: 10.1111/ajad.12270.
Krupski A, West II, Graves MC, Atkins DC, Maynard C, Bumgardner K, Donovan D, Ries R, Roy-Byrne P. Clinical Needs of Patients with Problem Drug Use. J Am Board Fam Med. 2015 Sep-Oct;28(5):605-16. doi: 10.3122/jabfm.2015.05.150004.
Bomyea J, Lang A, Craske MG, Chavira DA, Sherbourne CD, Rose RD, Golinelli D, Campbell-Sills L, Welch SS, Sullivan G, Bystritsky A, Roy-Byrne P, Stein MB. Course of symptom change during anxiety treatment: Reductions in anxiety and depression in patients completing the Coordinated Anxiety Learning and Management program. Psychiatry Res. 2015 Sep 30;229(1-2):133-42. doi: 10.1016/j.psychres.2015.07.056.
Roy-Byrne P. Treatment-refractory anxiety; definition, risk factors, and treatment challenges. Dialogues Clin Neurosci. 2015 Jun;17(2):191-206.

Bell JF, Krupski A, Joesch JM, West II, Atkins DC, Court B, Mancuso D, Roy-Byrne P. A randomized controlled trial of intensive care management for disabled Medicaid beneficiaries with high health care costs. Health Serv Res. 2015 Jun;50(3):663-89. doi: 10.1111/1475-6773.12258.
Roy-Byrne P. Improving Relationships in Trauma Victims: The Case for Interpersonal Psychotherapy and PTSD. Am J Psychiatry. 2015 May;172(5):403-5. doi: 10.1176/appi.ajp.2015.15010099.
Sawchuk CN, Roy-Byrne P, Noonan C, Bogart A, Goldberg J, Manson SM, Buchwald D; AI-SUPERPFP Team. The Association of Panic Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and Major Depression With Smoking in American Indians. Nicotine Tob Res. 2015 Apr 6. pii: ntv071.

Dunn C, Darnell D, Carmel A, Atkins DC, Bumgardner K, Roy-Byrne P. Comparing the motivational interviewing integrity in two prevalent models of brief intervention service delivery for primary care settings. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2015 Apr;51:47-52. doi: 10.1016/j.jsat.2014.10.009.

Grubbs KM, Cheney AM, Fortney JC, Edlund C, Han X, Dubbert P, Sherbourne CD, Craske MG, Stein MB, Roy-Byrne PP, Sullivan JG. The role of gender in moderating treatment outcome in collaborative care for anxiety. Psychiatr Serv. 2015 Mar 1;66(3):265-71. doi: 10.1176/
Wolitzky-Taylor K, Brown LA, Roy-Byrne P, Sherbourne C, Stein MB, Sullivan G, Bystritsky A, Craske MG. The impact of alcohol use severity on anxiety treatment outcomes in a large effectiveness trial in primary care. J Anxiety Disord. 2015 Mar;30:88-93. doi: 10.1016/j.janxdis.2014.12.011. Epub 2015 Jan 8.
Niles AN, Dour HJ, Stanton AL, Roy-Byrne PP, Stein MB, Sullivan G, Sherbourne CD, Rose RD, Craske MG. Anxiety and depressive symptoms and medical illness among adults with anxiety disorders. J Psychosom Res. 2015 Feb;78(2):109-15. doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychores.2014.11.018.

Brown LA, Krull JL, Roy-Byrne P, Sherbourne CD, Stein MB, Sullivan G, Rose RD, Bystritsky A, Craske MG. An examination of the bidirectional relationship between functioning and symptom levels in patients with anxiety disorders in the CALM study. Psychol Med. 2015 Feb;45(3):647-61. doi: 10.1017/S0033291714002062.

Comtois KA, Kerbrat AH, Atkins DC, Roy-Byrne P, Katon W. Self-reported Usual Care for Self-directed Violence During the 6 Months Before Emergency Department Admission. Med Care. 2015 Jan;53(1):45-53. doi: 10.1097/MLR.0000000000000252.

Peterson R, Russo J, Darnell D, Wang J, Ingraham L, Zatzick D. (2015) Traumatic Life Events Prior to Alcohol-Related Admission of Injured Acute Care Inpatients: A Brief Report. Psychiatry, 78:4, 367-371, DOI: 10.1080/00332747.2015.1061313
Smith, C. S., Gerrish, W. G., Smith, D., Nash, M., Fisher, A., Brotman, A., et al. (2015). Educational equipoise: Getting beyond dominant discourses in an interprofessional team. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 29:6, 603-609, doi:10.3109/13561820.2015.1051216.
Smith, C. S., Gerrish, W. G., & Weppner, W. G. (2015). Interprofessional education in patient-centered medical homes: Implications from complex adaptive systems theory. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

Villatte, J.L., Vilardaga, R., Villatte, M., Plumb Vilardaga, J.C., Atkins, D.C., Hayes, S.C. (2015). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy modules: Differential impact on treatment processes and outcomes. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 77, 52-61. doi: 10.1016/j.brat.2015.12.001
Xiao, B., Imel, Z.E., Georgiou, P.G., Atkins, D.C., Narayanan, S.S. (2015). "Rate My Therapist": Automated Detection of Empathy in Drug and Alcohol Counseling via Speech and Language Processing. PLOS ONE, 10(12), e0143055. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0143055
Zeng, E.Y., Vilardaga, R., Heffner, J.L., Mull, K.E., Bricker, J.B. (2015). Predictors of Utilization of a Novel Smoking Cessation Smartphone App. Telemedicine and e-Health, 21(12), 998-1004. doi: 10.1089/tmj.2014.0232

Areán, PA, Raue, PJ, McCulloch, C, Kanellopoulos, D, Seirup, JK, Banerjee, ., Kiosses, DN, Dwyer, E, Alexopoulos, GS (2015). Effects of Problem-Solving Therapy and Clinical Case Management on Disability in Low-Income Older Adults. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 23(12), 1307-14. doi: 10.1016/j.jagp.2015.04.005
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