The interdisciplinary field concerned with the development and integration of behavioral and biomedical science, knowledge, and techniques relevant to health and illness and the application of this knowledge and these techniques to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation.
Licensed physicians trained in OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE. An osteopathic physician, also known as D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathy), is able to perform surgery and prescribe medications.
Programs of training in medicine and medical specialties offered by hospitals for graduates of medicine to meet the requirements established by accrediting authorities.
Disorders related to substance abuse.
Educational programs for medical graduates entering a specialty. They include formal specialty training as well as academic work in the clinical and basic medical sciences, and may lead to board certification or an advanced medical degree.
A medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the internal organ systems of adults.
A plant family of the order Cycadales, class Cycadopsida, division CYCADOPHYTA.
The thoracolumbar division of the autonomic nervous system. Sympathetic preganglionic fibers originate in neurons of the intermediolateral column of the spinal cord and project to the paravertebral and prevertebral ganglia, which in turn project to target organs. The sympathetic nervous system mediates the body's response to stressful situations, i.e., the fight or flight reactions. It often acts reciprocally to the parasympathetic system.
A large genus of gilled mushrooms in the family Tricholomataceae. They are most often found in mountain and northern forests.
Transfer of HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS from BONE MARROW or BLOOD between individuals within the same species (TRANSPLANTATION, HOMOLOGOUS) or transfer within the same individual (TRANSPLANTATION, AUTOLOGOUS). Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation has been used as an alternative to BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION in the treatment of a variety of neoplasms.
Diseases of any component of the brain (including the cerebral hemispheres, diencephalon, brain stem, and cerebellum) or the spinal cord.
A suborder of HEMIPTERA, called true bugs, characterized by the possession of two pairs of wings. It includes the medically important families CIMICIDAE and REDUVIIDAE. (From Dorland, 28th ed)
A stratum of people with similar position and prestige; includes social stratification. Social class is measured by criteria such as education, occupation, and income.
A state of increased receptivity to suggestion and direction, initially induced by the influence of another person.
An unpleasant sensation induced by noxious stimuli which are detected by NERVE ENDINGS of NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS.
A form of therapy that employs a coordinated and interdisciplinary approach for easing the suffering and improving the quality of life of those experiencing pain.
Aching sensation that persists for more than a few months. It may or may not be associated with trauma or disease, and may persist after the initial injury has healed. Its localization, character, and timing are more vague than with acute pain.
Scales, questionnaires, tests, and other methods used to assess pain severity and duration in patients or experimental animals to aid in diagnosis, therapy, and physiological studies.
The use of systematic methods of ethical examination, such as CASUISTRY or ETHICAL THEORY, in reasoning about moral problems.
Disciplines concerned with the study of human and animal behavior.
Transmission of information over distances via electronic means.
The inhabitants of rural areas or of small towns classified as rural.
Disciplines concerned with the interrelationships of individuals in a social environment including social organizations and institutions. Includes Sociology and Anthropology.
Institutions with permanent facilities and organized medical staff which provide the full range of hospital services primarily to a neighborhood area.
Encouraging consumer behaviors most likely to optimize health potentials (physical and psychosocial) through health information, preventive programs, and access to medical care.
Single or multi-sheet notices made to attract attention to events, activities, causes, goods, or services. They are for display, usually in a public place and are chiefly pictorial.
The medical science that deals with the origin, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental disorders.
Psychiatric illness or diseases manifested by breakdowns in the adaptational process expressed primarily as abnormalities of thought, feeling, and behavior producing either distress or impairment of function.

A framework for assessing the effectiveness, efficiency, and equity of behavioral healthcare. (1/58)

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effectiveness, efficiency, and equity of behavioral healthcare and to guide an assessment of the current state of the art of behavioral health-oriented health services research. STUDY DESIGN: The framework is grounded in previous conceptual work by the authors in defining a prevention- and outcomes-oriented continuum of healthcare and in identifying and integrating the concepts and methods of health services research and policy analysis for assessing healthcare system performance. PATIENTS AND METHODS: The defining assumptions are that (1) the denominator for behavioral healthcare services must encompass a look at the population, not just the patients, who manifest behavioral health risks; and (2) the delivery system to address these needs must extend beyond acute, treatment-oriented services to include both primary prevention and aftercare services for chronic relapsing conditions. RESULTS: Current policy and practice in behavioral healthcare reveal the absence of a comprehensive, coordinated continuum of care; substantial variation in policy and financial incentives to encourage such development; and poorly defined or articulated outcome goals and objectives. The current state of the art of research in this area reflects considerable imprecision in conceptualizing and measuring the effectiveness, efficiency, and equity criteria. Further, these 3 criteria have not been examined together in evaluating system performance. CONCLUSIONS: The first era of behavioral healthcare focused on cost savings in managed care alternatives; the second is focusing on quality and outcomes; a third must consider the issues of equity and access to behavioral healthcare, especially for the most seriously ill and vulnerable, in an increasingly managed care-dominated public and private policy environment.  (+info)

Use of performance standards in behavioral health carve-out contracts among Fortune 500 firms. (2/58)

OBJECTIVE: To determine the prevalence and nature of performance standards in specialty managed behavioral healthcare contracts among Fortune 500 companies. STUDY DESIGN: This was a cross-sectional survey of all companies listed on the Fortune 500 during 1994, 1995, or both. METHODS: From April 1997 to May 1998 we conducted a mailed survey with phone follow-up. Of the 68% of firms that responded, over one third reported carve-out contracts. The survey focused on whether companies had behavioral health carve-out contracts with specialty vendors and characteristics of these contracts, including the use of performance standards. RESULTS: More than three quarters of the Fortune 500 companies reporting specialty behavioral healthcare contracts used at least one performance standard. Most common were administrative standards (70.2%) and customer service standards (69.4%). About half of the companies used quality standards, whereas only a third used provider-related standards. Most (58.8%) companies using performance standards also specified financial consequences. Larger Fortune 500 firms were significantly more likely to use performance standards. Risk contracts and contracts that included all covered employees were also more likely to include some categories of standards. CONCLUSIONS: Administrative and customer service standards may be most common because companies find it easier to specify those standards, especially compared with clinical quality measures. To the extent that employers want to obtain the most value from their behavioral healthcare purchasing, we expect that more will begin to adopt quality standards in their contracts, especially as performance measures become more refined. Reliance on accreditation, however, is an alternative approach for employers.  (+info)

Community effects on access to behavioral health care. (3/58)

OBJECTIVE: To explore the effects of community-level factors on access to any behavioral health care and specialty behavioral health care. DATA: Healthcare for Communities household survey data, merged to supplemental data from the 1990 Census Area Resource File, 1995 U.S. Census Bureau Small Area Estimates, and 1994 HMO enrollment data. STUDY DESIGN: We use a random intercept model to estimate the influences of community-level factors on access to any outpatient care, any behavioral health care conditional on having received outpatient care, and any specialty behavioral health care conditional on having received behavioral health care. DATA COLLECTION: HCC data were collected in 1997 from about 10,000 households nationwide but clustered in 60 sites. PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: Individuals in areas with greater HMO presence have better overall access to care, which in turn affects access to behavioral health care; individuals in poorer communities have less access to specialty care compared to individuals in wealthier communities. CONCLUSIONS: Our findings of lower access to specialty care among those in poor communities raises concerns about the appropriateness and quality of the behavioral health care they are receiving. More generally, the findings suggest the importance of considering the current status and expected evolution of HMO penetration and the income level in a community when devising health care policy.  (+info)

The role of behavioral and psychosocial science in reducing cancer morbidity and mortality. (4/58)

Behavioral and psychosocial science has the potential to contribute much to the overall effort to reduce cancer morbidity and mortality and to improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their families. However, for a variety of reasons, including a lack of sustained funding for research and training and a lack of confidence by some in the potential payoff for investments in the area, this potential has not only not been realized but also not been adequately explored. A special subcommittee of "The March" Research Task Force studied research in this area and issued a report making several recommendations for future funding for psychosocial and behavioral research in cancer. This article reports those recommendations and the reasons the committee supported them.  (+info)

Setting rates for Medicaid managed behavioral health care: lessons learned. (5/58)

This paper reviews Tennessee's experience setting, monitoring, and updating capitation rates for Medicaid managed behavioral health care, and draws lessons from those experiences for other states. Our review of assumptions about four components of Tennessee's rate-setting process--data, benefit design, savings expectations, and processes for monitoring and updating rates--suggests that the initial rate established by Tennessee was inadequate, and its inadequacy resulted primarily from the way available information was used to set the rate, rather than from the method of rate setting selected. Tennessee's experiences illustrate how difficult rate setting is and illuminate several key lessons about the rate-setting process.  (+info)

Managed behavioral health care: an instrument to characterize critical elements of public sector programs. (6/58)

OBJECTIVE: To develop an instrument to characterize public sector managed behavioral health care arrangements to capture key differences between managed and "unmanaged" care and among managed care arrangements. STUDY DESIGN: The instrument was developed by a multi-institutional group of collaborators with participation of an expert panel. Included are six domains predicted to have an impact on access, service utilization, costs, and quality. The domains are: characteristics of the managed care plan, enrolled population, benefit design, payment and risk arrangements, composition of provider networks, and accountability. Data are collected at three levels: managed care organization, subcontractor, and network of service providers. DATA COLLECTION METHODS: Data are collected through contract abstraction and key informant interviews. A multilevel coding scheme is used to organize the data into a matrix along key domains, which is then reviewed and verified by the key informants. PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: This instrument can usefully differentiate between and among Medicaid fee-for-service programs and Medicaid managed care plans along key domains of interest. Beyond documenting basic features of the plans and providing contextual information, these data will support the refinement and testing of hypotheses about the impact of public sector managed care on access, quality, costs, and outcomes of care. CONCLUSIONS: If managed behavioral health care research is to advance beyond simple case study comparisons, a well-conceptualized set of instruments is necessary.  (+info)

Health psychology: a new form of psychotherapy? (7/58)

Psychotherapy in its traditional form is being challenged due to managed care pressures. Psychotherapy using the model of health psychology can adapt well in a managed care environment. Differences between traditional psychotherapy and the psychotherapeutic approach of health psychology are discussed in this article, with a focus on an overview of health psychology and its applications to primary care, and the concept of single-session therapy. A case example of a sample treatment emphasizing the model of brief health psychology treatment is illustrated.  (+info)

Quality of life theory III. Maslow revisited. (8/58)

In 1962, Abraham Maslow published his book Towards a Psychology of Being, and established a theory of quality of life, which still is considered a consistent theory of quality of life. Maslow based his theory for development towards happiness and true being on the concept of human needs. He described his approach as an existentialistic psychology of self-actualization, based on personal growth. When we take more responsibility for our own life, we take more of the good qualities that we have into use, and we become more free, powerful, happy, and healthy. It seems that Maslow's concept of self-actualization can play an important role in modern medicine. As most chronic diseases often do not disappear in spite of the best biomedical treatments, it might be that the real change our patients have for betterment is understanding and living the noble path of personal development. The hidden potential for improving life really lies in helping the patient to acknowledge that his or her lust for life, his or her needs, and his or her wish to contribute, is really deep down in human existence one and the same. But you will only find this hidden meaning of life if you scrutinize your own life and existence closely enough, to come to know your innermost self.  (+info)

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Behavior is a major factor in health and quality of life. Exercise, smoking, diet, ways of handling stress, are all behaviors, and all have huge impacts on health; to promote or damage health. Behavioral medicine uses training, biofeedback, and self-management to treat diseases and to develop healthy behaviors. An emphasis of behavioral medicine is putting the individual in control, by showing how to get control of your own behavior. An additional area of research and treatment: the connection between individual attitude and the immune system. You can actually improve your immune system by improving how you deal with and feel about your life.
Lila J. Finney Rutten, PhD, MPH 2013-2014 Program Committee Co-Chair. As at least 1,707 of you know (the second highest attendance ever), this years Annual Meeting in Philadelphia was a great success! Philadelphia provided a wonderful setting for the meeting, the theme of which was, Behavior Matters: The Impact and Reach of Behavioral Medicine. A host of featured sessions illustrated the many ways that behavioral medicine impacts health and healthcare across diverse settings and populations.. The attendees represented more than 20 disciplines and many sessions featured cross-disciplinary team science approaches. Just over a third of the Annual Meeting attendees were students and other trainees and a number of sessions focused on relevant training, funding, mentorship, and professional service opportunities. Allison Vizgatis, a first-time student attendee, noted: I attended a talk about Dynamical Modeling where engineers teamed up with psychologists to create a new theory about how to better ...
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The Society of Behavioral Medicines (SBMs) Multi-Morbidities Special Interest Group (MM SIG) has been busy this past year and has several projects for the near future, but first: M. Bryant Howren, PhD, MPH, has assumed the position of co-chair for the SIG. Hell be working alongside MM SIG Chair Jerry Suls, PhD. Bryant is deputy director of the Veterans Rural Health Resource Center at the Iowa City Veterans Affairs Hospital and a faculty member at the University of Iowa. His expertise and experience adds much to the scope of the MM SIG because patients with co-existing primary medical and psychiatric conditions comprise a substantial part of the VAs constituency.. In other news, the MM SIG has had extensive discussions about areas of common interest with the Military and Veterans Health SIG and the Cancer SIG. We hope to sponsor future symposia and panels with members of the Military SIG to explore how knowledge from clinical epidemiology and network medicine can provide predictions about ...
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Martin Binks Ph.D. is Associate Professor, Nutritional Sciences, at Texas Tech University and leads the Behavioral Medicine & Translational Research Lab. He is a clinical psychologist specializing in behavioral medicine and obesity research. Dr. Binks received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Fairleigh Dickenson University, trained at the Bronx VA Medical Center and completed pre and postdoctoral training in Behavioral Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina. He is formerly an Assistant Professor at Duke University Medical Center, Division of Medical Psychology. He was Director of Behavioral Health, Research, and New Business and Strategic Alliances at the Duke Diet & Fitness Center.. Martin has authored many research publications and the book The Duke Diet. He is an outspoken public advocate for obesity research funding, treatment for people with obesity, and scientific integrity. His research interests include: lifestyle modification, pharmacologic and surgical obesity ...
Reviews the book, Individual Differences in Cardiovascular Response to Stress by J. Rick Turner, Andrew Sherwood, and Kathleen C. Light (Eds.(1992). Paul Obrist had a seminal influence on the development of cardiovascular behavioral medicine. Working in a psychological as opposed to a medical tradition, he initiated pioneering research on how psychophysiological influences contributed to hypertension. Obrist was also an influential teacher who trained many of the important research investigators in cardiovascular behavioral medicine. Three of his students have edited an excellent book that warrants its dedication to Obrist. This well-edited volume contains contributions from an outstanding group of investigators. Its coverage is reasonably complete, and it is attractively packaged and priced. This is an excellent book, of use to both professionals and students of behavioral medicine. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved) ...
How can the influence of behavioral factors on health and well-being be measured?. Research over the past two decades has shown that psychological factors and lifestyle have been found to be relevant to the onset and course of disease. In addition, these factors codetermine how patients and those in their social environment cope with illness and what their quality of life is. Assessment in Behavioral Medicine gives the reader a greater understanding of the influence of behavioral factors on somatic health.. There is a continuing need for research to better our understanding of the processes that play a crucial role in the influence of psychosocial factors on health. However, the proliferation of tools for assessing psychosocial and psychobiological factors makes it difficult to make an optimal choice of measurement. This volume aims to advance the state of measurement in the multidisciplinary fields of behavioral medicine and health psychology by bringing together state-of-the-art theory and ...
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Neal Elgar Miller (August 3, 1909 - March 23, 2002) was an American experimental psychologist. Described as an energetic man with a variety of interests, including physics, biology and writing, Miller entered the field of psychology to pursue these. With a background training in the sciences, he was inspired by professors and leading psychologists at the time to work on various areas in behavioral psychology and physiological psychology, specifically, relating visceral responses to behavior. Millers career in psychology started with research on fear as a learned drive and its role in conflict. Work in behavioral medicine led him to his most notable work on biofeedback. Over his lifetime he lectured at Yale University, Rockefeller University, and Cornell University Medical College and was one of the youngest members of Yales Institute of Human Relations. His accomplishments led to the establishment of two awards: the New Investigator Award from the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research and ...
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The proposed study intends to utilize a psychobehavioral protocol from Darnall and colleagues to deliver a single session behavioral medicine for pain intervention for the spine surgery patient entitled TREK (Transform, Restore, Empower, Knowledge) for Surgical Success (TREK for SS). The intervention is based off of the above noted evidence based 2 hour pain psychology class that has been used in the chronic pain population and is also currently being tested in other surgical populations. Use of this established and evidenced based treatment for the proposed project enhances the treatment fidelity. The proposed project addresses questions in the literature such as the benefits of this class in an in-person or online format and its adaptability and effectiveness in the spine surgery population.. The primary objective of the proposed project is to determine the feasibility of a single session digital behavioral medicine for pain intervention (TREK for SS) offered the perioperative period of ...
Dr. Mark Gorman is a licensed staff psychologist and Director of Behavioral Sleep Medicine in the Behavioral Medicine Service/Outpatient Psychiatry Department and the MGH Weight Center. He is also an Instructor in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. His research and clinical interests focuses on helping individuals with insomnia, obesity/eating disorders, body image disturbance, depression, and anxiety disorders - with a special focus on cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), stress management, and lifestyle change / obesity medicine (including bariatric surgery). Dr. Gormans research interests include obesity medicine, combination therapy for obesity management, and adherence factors associated with behavioral medicine treatment. ...
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Literature review and assessment of NASA-funded current and completed research findings relevant to this integrated risk. Identify behavioral and physiological (biomarker) cellular, molecular changes & brain regions linked to specific effects of targeted GCR simulation ions, simulated altered gravity stressor and/or space flight with translational relevance to operational performance measures. Identify Brain Performance Pathway neural circuitry responsible for operationally-relevant behavior characteristics to determine similar neuronal circuits maintaining coherent functions; assess artificial stimulation of the particular network (sensitive to CBS means-radiation, isolation & confinement, altered gravity) that generate predicted responses; and identify biomarkers that influence or act as the carriers of the network activity (neurotransmitters and other biomarkers with messenger activity) that predict the relevant behavioral changes ...
Dr. Knights research program aims to investigate biological risk and interventions - both pharmacologic and behavioral - for social health disparities in cancer, specifically among hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HCT) and cellular therapy recipients. Our lab does this by investigating how variations in immune function based on socioeconomic status (SES) - among other social health variables including depression, stress, sleep quality, and anxiety - contribute to differential patient responses and outcomes following HCT and cellular therapy. Reciprocally, we also investigate how these cancer therapies affect central nervous system function.. To accomplish these goals, we study biobehavioral mechanisms of cancer progression. Candidate mechanisms include the conserved transcriptional response to adversity (CTRA) transcriptome profile and associated molecular changes, inflammation, sympathetic nervous system activation, neurotoxic metabolites, and the endocannabinoid system, among others. These ...
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Books. Michie, S., Campbell, R., West, R., Brown, J., Gainforth, H. L. (2014). ABC of Behaviour Change Theories. Great Britain: Silverback Publishing.. Selected Journal Articles. Gainforth, H. L., Jarvis, J., Berry, T., Chulak-Bozzer, T., Deshpande, S., Faulkner, G., Rhodes, R., Spence, J. C., Tremblay, M., & Latimer-Cheung, A. E. (2015). Evaluating the ParticipACTION Think Again! Campaign. Health Education and Behaviour.. Gainforth, H. L., West, R., Michie, S. (2015). Assessing connections between behavior change theories using network analysis. Annals of Behavioral Medicine.. Gainforth, H. L., Latimer-Cheung, A. E., Moore, S., Athanasopoulos, P., & Martin Ginis, K. A. (2014). Using Network Analysis to Understand Knowledge Mobilization in a Community-based Organization. International journal of behavioral medicine, 1-9.. Gainforth, H. L., Latimer-Cheung, A. E., Davis, C., Casemore, S. & Martin Ginis, K. A. (2014). Testing the Feasibility of Training Peers with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) to Learn ...
This book is an effort to integrate some clinical observations, theoretical concepts, and promising clinical procedures that relate psychological variables to physiological variables. My primary emphasis is on what psychological and behavioral concepts and procedures are most likely to enable us to influence physiological functions. The book covers ques tions that have fascinated me and with which I have struggled in daily clinical practice. What types of people are most at risk for physical disor ders or dysfunctions? Why do some people present psychosocial con flicts somatically and others behaviorally? What is the placebo effect and how does it work? How do you arrange the conditions to alter maladap tive belief systems that contribute to psychopathology and patho physiology? Do beliefs have biological consequences? When I was in private clinical practice, and even today in my medi cal school clinical practice situation, I set aside one day each week to puzzle over the theoretical questions that my
Finally, theres a big brouhaha in South Dakota over the credentials of a psychologist who frequently testifies as an expert witness in child custody cases. The credentials of the widely respected psychologist, Thomas Price, became an issue during a child custody dispute. It was ascertained that he had earned his PhD in behavioral medicine from an online degree mill called Greenwich University on Norfolk Island, Australia, that was subsequently shuttered by the Australian government. According to an expert on diploma mills quoted by the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, degree mills often adopt the names of respected English universities. Prices resumé says he earned a Ph.D. in behavioral medicine from Greenwich University, without noting the Norfolk Island location. Typically, notes the article, people dont get caught using an unaccredited degree until they assume a high-profile position ... or they do something that causes another person to research their backgrounds…. If you stay under the ...
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Ader, Robert (Ed.) Psychoneuroimmunology. Academic Press. New York, 1981.. Ader, Robert and N. Cohen. Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression and Nurine Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.Science. 1982. 215: pp. 1534-1536.. Amkraut, A., and G.F. Solomon. From the Symbolic Stimulus to the Pathophysiologic Response: Immune Mechanisms. Internationa JQurna1 of Psychiatry in Medicine. Vol. 5, No. 4. (1975) pp. 541-563.. Anderson, Alan. How the Mind Heals. Psychology Todav. 16(12), pp. 51-56.. Auerbach, Jeffroy E., Terrence D. Oleson, George F. Solomon.A Behavioral Medicine Intervention as an Adjunctive Treatment for HIV-Related Illness. Behavioral Medicine.. Brosnan-Rayner, Establishing Relevance for the Use of Psychoimmune Interventions to Improve HIV Progression Time and Personal Control. National Center for HIV Social Research, Royal Brisbane Hospital, Australia.. Buchbinder, S.P., M. Datz, N. Hessol, et al. Why Do Some Patients With HIV Live Longer, Healthier Lives? AIDS Alert. pp. ...
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Our hypnosis programs help patients learn to control their pain by developing alternative images and experiences to pain. While exactly how it works is unclear, it is thought that trance states alter brain waves and that hypnosis can activate regions of the brain that can impede pain. Interrupting the pathway from a painful site to the receptor in the mind is another way that hypnosis is thought to be effective in managing pain. Some researchers believe that by dividing consciousness and widening the gap between selective attention and selective inattention, patients become more available for social influence and are better able to make use of suggestions made by the therapist in changing their experience pain, and gaining greater control over it.. ...
Alpe dHuZes Cancer Rehabilitation (A-CaRe) Research: Four Randomized Controlled Exercise Trials and Economic Evaluations in Cancer Patients and Survivors Mai J. M. Chinapaw, Laurien M. Buffart, Willem van Mechelen, Goof Schep, Neil K. Aaronson, Wim H. van Harten, Martijn M. Stuiver, et al. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine Official Journal of the International Society of Behavioral Medicine ISSN 1070-5503 Volume 19 Number 2 Int.J. Behav. Med. (2012) 19:143-156 DOI 10.1007/s12529-011-9158-5 1 23 Your article is published under the Creative Commons Attribution license which allows users to read, copy, distribute and make derivative works, as long as the author of the original work is cited. You may selfarchive this article on your own website, an institutional repository or funders repository and make it publicly available immediately. 1 23 Int.J. Behav. Med. (2012) 19:143-156 DOI 10.1007/s12529-011-9158-5 Alpe dHuZes Cancer Rehabilitation (A-CaRe) Research: Four Randomized ...
Joel Young, M.D. 89, is medical director and founder of the Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine in Rochester Hills, Mich.. Dr. Young is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, with added qualifications in geriatric, forensic and adolescent psychiatry. He teaches psychiatry at the Wayne State University School of Medicine.. He is the chief medical officer of the Clinical Trials Group at the Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine. He has served as a primary investigator for more than 65 clinical trials.. He has written three books and more than 75 articles. His most recent book, When Your Adult Child Breaks Your Heart: Coping with Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, and the Problems That Tear Families Apart, was published in December 2013. Dr. Young is also a peer-reviewer for three medical journals.. ...
Obese patients enrolled in a weight-loss program delivered over the phone by health coaches and with website and physician support lost weight and kept it off for two years, according to new Johns Hopkins research. The program was just as effective as another weight-loss program that involved in-person coaching sessions. A report on the research […]. ...
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John Cline, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine. He is on the professional staffs of the Sleep Disorders Centers of Connecticut; Behavioral Health Consultants, LLC; and Metta Consulting, LLC. He is an assistant clinical professor in the department of psychiatry at Yale University and a consulting clinical supervisor in the clinical psychology program at Yale. He obtained his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Virginia and his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Toledo. He completed his predoctoral internship in clinical psychology at the West Haven VAMC and did postdoctoral work at the West Haven VAMC and Elmcrest Psychiatric Institute. His interests include behavioral medicine, health psychology and the applications of psychological approaches to the management of illness and the optimization of health. He is a past president and fellow of the ...
Website of the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society. Welcome to the PNIRS website. The Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society is an international organization for researchers in a number of scientific and medical disciplines including psychology, neurosciences, immunology, pharmacology, psychiatry, behavioral medicine, infectious diseases, endocrinology and rheumatology, who are interested in interactions between the nervous system and the immune system, and the relationship between behavior and health.
Jayadevappa R., et al. Effectiveness of Transcendental Meditation on functional capacity and quality of life of African Americans with congestive heart failure: a randomized control study. Ethnicity and Disease 17: 72-77, 2007. Full Article. Reversal of Aging and Increased Longevity. Alexander C.N., et al. Transcendental Meditation, mindfulness, and longevity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 57: 950-964, 1989.. Alexander C. N., et al. The effects of Transcendental Meditation compared to other methods of relaxation in reducing risk factors, morbidity, and mortality. Homeostasis 35, 243-264, 1994.. Barnes V. A., et al. Impact of Transcendental Meditation on mortality in older African Americans-eight year follow-up. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality 17(1) 201-216, 2005.. Glaser J. L., et al. Elevated serum dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate levels in practitioners of the Transcendental Meditation (TM) and TM-Sidhi programs. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 15: 327-341, ...
Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI), also referred to as psychoendoneuroimmunology (PENI) or psychoneuroendocrinoimmunology (PNEI), is the study of the interaction between psychological processes and the nervous and immune systems of the human body. PNI takes an interdisciplinary approach, incorporating psychology, neuroscience, immunology, physiology, genetics, pharmacology, molecular biology, psychiatry, behavioral medicine, infectious diseases, endocrinology, and rheumatology. The main interests of PNI are the interactions between the nervous and immune systems and the relationships between mental processes and health. PNI studies, among other things, the physiological functioning of the neuroimmune system in health and disease; disorders of the neuroimmune system (autoimmune diseases; hypersensitivities; immune deficiency); and the physical, chemical and physiological characteristics of the components of the neuroimmune system in vitro, in situ, and in vivo. Interest in the relationship between ...
Nagpal, T.S., Prapavessis, H., Campbell, C.G., de Vrijer, B., Bgeginski, R., Hosein, K., Paplinskie, S., Manley, M., & Mottola, M (2019). Sequential or simultaneous introduction of nutrition and exercise behaviors during pregnancy - Which strategy improves program adherence? A randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-11. doi: 10.1007/s12529-019-09840-0 ...
CODAC Behavioral Health Services Inc Las Amigas Residential Treatment is a drug and alcohol treatment facility based at - - - in Tucson, AZ. CODAC Behavioral Health Services Inc Las Amigas Residential Treatment can be contacted at 520-327-4505 x4014. The main approaches to treatment at this center include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Aftercare and Relapse Prevention, 12 Step Addiction Support. The program also offers its services in various environments, for instance Inpatient Facility, Short Term Rehab, Long Rehab in The Short Term. CODAC Behavioral Health Services Inc Las Amigas Residential Treatment also offers various programs that are tailored to meet the needs of specific people such as: Alcohol Rehab for Persons with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders, Alcohol Rehab for LGBT Clients, Drug and Alcohol Treatment for Women, Continuing Care Programs, Substance Abuse Assessment, Psychological Services, Screening for Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Finally, CODAC Behavioral Health ...
Gateway Behavioral Health Services Liberty County Mental Health Center is located in Hinesville, Georgia - 31313. Gateway Behavioral Health Services Liberty County Mental Health Center can be reached at 912-368-3502 x2211. Gateway Behavioral Health Services Liberty County Mental Health Center accepts Self-Payment or Cash, Medicaid for Drug Rehab, Medicare Covered Treatment, Private Insurance Covered Treatment, Military Insurance in Drug Rehab, Payment Based On Income , Low Cost Drug Rehab for these services: Individual Addiction Treatment Therapy, Marital Therapy, Group Drug Counseling, Cognitive Based Therapy. The setting that they provide these services in are: Outpatient Recovery. These services are offered for these types of care: Treatment for Psychological Disorders. They provide various special programs including: Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Persons with Co-Occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Or Transgender (LGBT) Clients , Court ...
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Since Medicare Part D officially kicked in at the beginning of the year, the new program has given community mental health centers staff-and the people they serve-major headaches. Many behavioral health professionals remain skeptical that the federal government will make the regulatory and administrative changes needed to enable the more than 25 million participants to fully reap the intended benefit of the landmark program: access to prescriptions and reduced drug costs. The bottom line, say many behavioral health professionals, is that Part D has substantially increased their costs, taxed their resources, and frustrated their clients.. From its inception, Part D has been an utter hassle for mental health service providers, says Jim Van Norman, MD, medical director of the Austin Travis County MHMR Center in Texas. When the program first began, he notes, more than 6.2 million dually eligible Medicare and Medicaid recipients automatically were enrolled in Part D plans. Yet it was difficult to ...
Conducting and Documenting Risk Assessments. As Joint Commission surveyors conduct tracers during your survey, they are on the look-out for features in the environment that potentially create a safety risk for your clients. In particular, environmental suicide risks are frequently cited in surveys of psychiatric hospitals, psychiatric units of acute care hospitals, residential behavioral health programs and sometimes even in outpatient behavioral health settings. Examples of issues cited on surveys include use of plastic trash can liners, loopable hardware in bedrooms and bathrooms, and non-breakaway rods in closets and showers. When these risks are identified, the surveyor typically asks if the organization has conducted a risk assessment on the issue. All too often, the organization is unable to demonstrate (and document) that they have conducted a formal risk assessment, analyzed the results and made an informed decision about how to address the identified risk. As a result, the organization ...
Washington, D.C. - An overwhelming majority of Americans remain unaware of a law mandating equal coverage of mental health benefits by insurance companies, a cause for concern by psychologists at a time when 25 percent of Americans are reported to have a mental health disorder and only a minority are receiving treatment. In a survey recently conducted by the American Psychological Association (APA), 87 percent of Americans said they had not heard of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008, a federal law now in effect for people who have health insurance through a group or employer plan. And only 7 percent of respondents said they recognized the phrase mental health parity. Conducted online by Harris Interactive among 2,940 adults in December 2010, the APA survey showed that 29 percent of adults dont know if they have adequate mental health coverage and 45 percent said they are unsure if their insurances reimburses for mental health care.. Signed by President Bush in 2008 and ...
The Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Healthcare has announced that the National Sheriffs Association will be a supporter of the 2018 National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit, to be held in Atlanta April 2-5.. The Summit is the largest national collaboration of professionals from government, business, academia, the treatment community, law enforcement and others seeking to reduce the impact of prescription drug misuse and heroin use. The National Sheriffs Association represents more than 3,000 elected sheriifs nationwide and has a total membership of more than 20,000.. We welcome the partnership with the Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Healthcare in finding common sense solutions that will reduce the prescription opioid and heroin overdoses that led to 64,000 drug overdose deaths nationwide in 2016, said Sheriff David J. Mahoney of the Dane County Sheriffs Office in Madison, Wis.. The National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit and National Sheriffs Association will be ...
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BROOMFIELD, Colo.-Dec. 10, 2019 - Today, Vail Resorts Chief Executive Officer Rob Katz and his wife, Elana Amsterdam, New York Times bestselling author and founder of Elanas Pantry, announced significant contributions totaling more than $2.8 million to further strengthen emotional wellness programs in more than ten mountain communities where Vail Resorts operates. The second annual distribution of behavioral health grants issued by the Katz Amsterdam Charitable Trust (KACT) benefits over 40 non-profit organizations to reduce the stigma of mental illness, improve access to mental and behavioral health services and support collaboration within and among mountain communities.. Over this past year, the Katz Amsterdam Foundation has focused on connecting mountain communities on the topic of mental and behavioral health. In May, the Foundation hosted a convening of 60 mental health professionals from these communities, facilitating a conversation about similar challenges each community faces such as ...
Rockford - Rosecrance President/CEO Philip Eaton has named longtime Janet Wattles Center administrator Mary Ann Abate to the position of Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Mental Health Services for Rosecrance Health Network.. In this role, Abate will head up the mental health side of Rosecrances behavioral health services. Late last year, Rosecrance and Janet Wattles Center entered into a formal affiliation that created the most comprehensive network of behavioral health care in the state of Illinois.. She understands fully that behavioral healthcare is primary healthcare-that it is equally essential to wellness, Eaton said. Thats the direction this nation is going, and Mary Ann is going to help Rosecrance lead the way in the Midwest.. Abate is uniquely qualified for the post, given her nearly 30-year tenure with Janet Wattles. In addition, she was second in command to long-time Janet Wattles Center President/CEO Frank Ware, who died in February. Most recently, her title with ...
HSRC provides data analysis and performance monitoring to San Diego County Behavioral Health Services in support of their Quality Improvement (QI) Unit. This large project also involves tracking and evaluating Mental Health Services Act programs and services, reporting on MHSA programs at the County, level of care, and program levels. As part of this effort we work closely with stakeholders throughout the public mental health system. This includes the Behavioral Health administration, with whom we collaborate to refine evaluation strategies, QI members, contract representatives (COTRs) who can provide detailed information on monitoring of programs, program administrators who can provide insight into the challenges of measuring outcomes of their clients, program staff who provide input on the clinical usefulness of evaluation measures, and clients who provide feedback on the perceived usefulness of outcomes measures, and who are consulted regularly to assess satisfaction with services as well as ...
This is a video recording of the final session in the 3-part series, Increasing Viral Hepatitis Knowledge for Behavioral Health & Medical Providers. This presentation targets people who work in substance use treatment facilities and similar behavioral healthcare professionals who are interested in expanding services involving Hepatitis C testing and treatment in their organization. After the training participants will be able to:. ...
Access to mental and behavioral health services is a serious issue currently facing the U.S. health care system. Even as the nation has taken great strides over the past several years to expand coverage and drastically reduce the number of uninsured, access to mental health services and substance use disorder treatments continues to lag behind. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, one in five adults - and one in five children aged 13-18 - experiences mental illness in the U.S. in any given year. In 2014, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) found that over 20 million Americans had a substance use disorder, and nearly 8 million of those also suffered from mental illness. For more information about CHAs activities and positions on this issue, see the CHA policy brief. ...
Beginning this fiscal year, the Division of Behavioral Health Services will be awarded $ 1.3 million per year (this fiscal year is prorated to 545K) through Fiscal Year 16/17. These dollars will fund 20.8 contracted full-time employee personnel. These contracted navigators will target those in the main jail, all local emergency rooms, Loaves and Fishes, and the Mental Health Treatment Center, and are in need of mental health assessment and services, and connect them to appropriate services ...
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Seasoned Behavioral Health Services Executive to Lead Mental Health Association of Southeastern...
Select 12 credit points of any undergraduate subjects. PLUS Select 9 credit points of specified PY level 2 and 3 subjects. PY2101:03 Brain and Behaviour. PY2104:03 Health Psychology. PY2106:03 Human Development Across the Lifespan. PY2108:03 Evolution of Behaviour. PY2110:03 Forensic Psychology. PY2111:03 Learning and Behaviour. PY2112:03 Memory and Cognition. PY3102:03 Social Psychology. PY3103:03 Psychopathology. PY3104:03 Principles of Counselling. PY3105:03 Behaviour in Organisations. PY3106:03 Theoretical Foundations of Modern Psychology. PY3107:03 Introductory Psychometrics, Assessment and Ethics. PY3108:03 Personality and Individual Psychology. PY3109:03 Cognitive Neuroscience: The Biology of Mind. PY3111:03 Advanced Health Psychology. PLUS Select 12 credit points of specified PY level 3 subjects. PY3102:03 Social Psychology. PY3103:03 Psychopathology. PY3104:03 Principles of Counselling. PY3105:03 Behaviour in Organisations. PY3106:03 Theoretical Foundations of Modern ...
Since July 2007, CommuniCare, Inc. has served as the fiduciary agent for the CT Latino Behavioral Health System. The CT LBHS represents a regional collaborative of thirteen behavioral health organizations with a shared mission to expand and enhance the existing network of recovery-oriented and community-based services, and to ensure that behavioral healthcare is both accessible, and culturally and linguistically appropriate, for Latinos throughout south central Connecticut. To this end, CT LBHS efforts are continually informed by consumers, family members, clinical staff, and community stakeholders, and collectively focus on reducing existing disparities to care through 1) innovative workforce development efforts, and 2) increased access to culturally and linguistically competent treatment which includes: admission evaluations, individual/ family/group psychotherapies, treatment planning, case management, psychosocial rehabilitation, psychiatric evaluations, and medication management ...
Corsten-Janssen, N., Bouman, K., Diphoorn, J. C. D., Scheper, A. J., Kinds, R., El Mecky, J., Breet, H., Verheij, J. B. G. M., Suijkerbuijk, R., Duin, L. K., Manten, G. T. R., van Langen, I. M., Sijmons, R. H., Sikkema-Raddatz, B., Westers, H. & van Diemen, C. C., 20-Jul-2020, In : Prenatal Diagnosis. 24 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-review ...
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A new study shows that forgiveness can be a strong predictor of different measures of cardiovascular health for both husbands and wives. Even when marital satisfaction was taken into account, people scoring high on forgiveness measures had lower heart rates, blood pressure, and better cardiovascular efficiency than subjects with continued to hold grudges.
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Some opposition groups have seized on a report by the National Bureau of Economic Research, which claims that more than a third of behavioral health patients arent actually ill.. Not so, counters the American Managed Behavioral Healthcare Association. Its own analysis found that 85 percent of billed claims submitted by providers of mental health care is for treatment of serious mental illnesses. The AMBHA definition excludes 70 afflictions in DSM-IV, such as adjustment- , sleep- , and gender identity disorders. The study also excluded substance abuse, parity for which specifically is disallowed in the proposed legislation.. People with less serious mental disorders are not usually heavy users of the system, says Executive Director Pamela Greenberg, MPP.. But with opponents concentrating their fire on DSM-IV, AMBHA decided to examine the issue even more closely as it relates to sleep disorders and jet lag. AMBHA members - mostly mental health carve-out companies - recently pooled their data ...
Tuesday Marler came to Victoria earlier in December on a mission - to help her family.. Her family happens to be people with mental health problems.. Marler, a regional peer support coordinator with East Texas Behavioral Healthcare Network, has had a mental health illness. She now works with directors of regional mental health facilities in the South Texas area, including Gulf Bend Center, a community mental health facility in Victoria. Her role doesnt go without its difficulties. One of them is funding.. Were really trying to help people with the resources we have, said Marler. The government has cut so much in that people are not able to get help.. In recent weeks after the school shooting in Connecticut, most of the national dialogue focused on gun control and the availability of mental health services.. Crossroads experts say that because of the lack of funding, Texas cannot provide the necessary services for mental health patients. They say mental health has not been a central concern ...
Computer-Assisted and Web-Based Innovations in Psychology, Special Education, and Health examines the rapid evolution of technology among educational, behavioral healthcare, and human services professionals from a multidisciplinary perspective. Section I of the book focuses on Technology for Monitoring, Assessment, and Evaluation, featuring chapters about behavioral, affective, and physiological monitoring, actigraphy measurement of exercise and physical activity, technological applications for individuals with learning disabilities/ADHD, and data analysis and graphing. In Section II, Technology for Intervention, the chapters address telehealth technologies for evidence-based psychotherapy, virtual reality therapy, substance use and addictions, and video modeling. The emphasis of Section III is Technology for Special Education, with chapters on computer-based instruction, alternative and augmentative communication, and assistive technologies. Finally, Section IV considers Technology for ...
Mental Health First Aid is a 12-hour training course designed to give members of the public key skills to help someone who is experiencing a mental health crisis. Mental Health First Aiders learn a single 5-step strategy that includes assessing risk, empathic listening, and identifying appropriate professional help. Review Date: Monday, December 01, 2014 National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare ...
The CIHIE service area currently covers a population of approximately 1.3 million people and includes 27 hospitals, 20 health departments, 2,800 physicians, 280 pharmacies, 12 labs and imaging centers and numerous ancillary healthcare providers such as rehabilitation centers, behavioral healthcare, long-term facilities and nursing homes. The current Charter Members of CIHIE are Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Normal, Decatur Memorial Hospital, Easter Seals, Heartland Community Health Clinic, the Human Service Center - a subsidiary of Fayette Companies, Methodist Medical Center of Illinois, Proctor Hospital, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, St. Marys Hospital in Streator, St. Marys Hospital in Decatur, and the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria ...
By Craig Coffey, Flagler County Administrator. In April 2014, Flagler County implemented CTTU: Crisis Triage and Transport Unit, a program designed to improve services for adults in mental health crisis who require screening and transport to a Baker Act Receiving Facility, and simultaneously improve utilization of law enforcement resources. CTTU is funded by a grant from the State of Florida Department of Children and Families, matched by the County.. Through a partnership between Flagler County and Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare, a crisis-screening and transport hub was established within the county, operating noon to midnight daily. Key components include appropriate clinical disposition and transport to, and from, Baker Act receiving facilities. Additionally, residents are linked with continuing mental health services and monitored by CTTU staff for one year.. Before activation of the CTTU, difficulties facing the county and its residents were numerous:. ...
Listed below are a few websites that offer various resources to the employees of The City of Xenia.. United Way - United Way goes beyond temporary fixes to create lasting change in communities around the world. By bringing people and organizations together around innovative solutions, we impact millions of lives every year. Our mission is to improve the quality of life in the Miami Valley through services by building on community strengths.. Impact Solutions - Impact Solutions is a behavioral healthcare and people development consulting firm with an experienced staff of EAP, Student Assistance, counseling, coaching, training, organizational development and medical specialists. Since 1981, we have been helping organizations to succeed by empowering their people to thrive through employee assistance programs (EAPs) and executive and leadership development services.. United Health Care - Walk through the basics of health insurance, how it works and what you need to know.. ...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 WO IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA John C. Hernandez, Plaintiff, vs. Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of Social Security Administration, Defendant. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) No. CV-09-621-PHX-DGC ORDER On September 7, 2004, Plaintiff John Hernandez was admitted to Banner Good Samaritan hospital for suicidal ideation caused by auditory hallucinations telling Plaintiff to hurt himself and his roommate. Plaintiff had been hearing voices in his head for two weeks and suffered from depression, hopelessness, and decreased energy. Plaintiff reported suffering for years from anxiety, panic attacks, and post-traumatic stress disorder from a prior sexual assault. He was given anti-psychotic medication and received a mental health evaluation from Value Options, a provider of behavioral healthcare services. Plaintiff was discharged after three days in the hospital. Dkt. #7A, Tr. 295-98. Plaintiff applied ...
Open Sky Wilderness Therapy is a powerful and life-changing outdoor behavioral healthcare intervention for students and their families. We provide comprehensive treatment through integration of the latest in evidence-based clinical modalities, healthy living, and innovative, research-driven mindfulness practices. Our clinical team is comprised of highly skilled, trained, and experienced professionals, who offer keen insight to underlying issues and effective guidance customized to each persons individual needs. At Open Sky, we believe that the family system is a key component to the success of our students. Our therapists assist families in growing and learning alongside their child. Research has proven repeatedly that a students success is proportional to the involvement and growth of the students family. Open Skys family therapists and wellness team, in conjunction with the students primary therapist, are invested in providing the most comprehensive family experience available in wilderness
When a company is in need of workforce development, the most obvious route to meeting those needs is by adding a new team member.. Traditional protocol suggests a multi-step process that involves creating a job description, posting an ad, interviewing candidates, onboarding a new hire and making space for that new staff member to work. Add to that, the well-documented shortage of psychiatric providers, and clinical leaders are often challenged when it comes time to expand their teams.. But theres another way - one that creates efficiencies and allows clinical leaders to remain focused on patient care.. The rapid adoption of telehealth services over the past 12 months has provided new avenues for workforce development in the behavioral healthcare field, particularly among clinics and organizations that adopt a hybrid model of care - allowing for both in-person and remote care. One of the greatest benefits of telehealth services, besides its ability to improve access to care, is that its not an ...
Brave New World - Transition Strategies for Rural Hospitals - Eric Shell. Linking Quality & Payment - Strategies to Success in the Changing Health Care Environment - David Gifford. TeamSTEPPS: Improving Outcomes through Enhanced Communication - John Nunes, MaryGo Schaarschmidt & Gina Teeples. Envisioning the Future of Behavioral Healthcare Integration - Joe Parks. The Thing that Ate Healthcare - Jonathan Fullerton. ...
The Vanderbilt Emergency Department offers 24/7 care to thousands of patients each year. We are Nashvilles only academic medical center with a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Stroke Center and LifeFlight service. Vanderbilt also offers emergency behavioral healthcare through its Psychiatric Assessment Service.
Federally Qualified Health Centers are expanding to increase access for millions of more Americans with a goal of doubling capacity to serve 40 million people. Health centers provide a lot of behavioral health services but many have difficulty accessing mental health and substance use professionals for their patients. To meet the needs of the underserved and newly insured it is important to better estimate how many behavioral health professionals are needed. Using health center staffing data and behavioral health service patterns from the 2010 Uniform Data System and the 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, we estimated the number of patients likely to need behavioral health care by insurance type, the number of visits likely needed by health center patients annually, and the number of full time equivalent providers needed to serve them. More than 2.5 million patients, 12 or older, with mild or moderate mental illness, and more than 357,000 with substance abuse disorders, may have gone without
Circle Park Behavioral Health Services Florence County Commission on AODA is located in Florence, South Carolina - 29501. Circle Park Behavioral Health Services Florence County Commission on AODA accepts Private Pay, Medicaid Coverage, Private Insurance for Drug Rehab for these services: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Relapse Prevention Plans, 12 Step Drug and Alcohol Support. The environment that they offer these services in are: Outpatient Addiction Treatment. These programs are provided for these types of care: Alcohol and Drug Rehab, Substance Abuse Recovery Programs. Circle Park Behavioral Health Services Florence County Commission on AODA also provides various special programs such as: Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Persons with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders, Drug and Alcohol Rehab for LGBT Clients, Drug and Alcohol Treatment for Adolescents. ...
May has been designated as Mental Health Awareness Month, because there is no health without mental health. Now, more than ever we are seeing the connection between our physical health and mental health. As we enter the third month of a pandemic, we learn many things about the symptoms that can impact both. It is important to acknowledge that as our world focuses on the COVID virus, other physical and mental health issues continue to be the priority for so many. We dont want to marginalize the significance of mental health by focusing only on the COVID virus. ...
New joint study by the RAND Corporation and the AMA examines culture and financial barriers for combining behavioral and physical health care.
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2011 Competitive Grants. Alzheimer Society of Washington $3,000. to create a simple, easily accessible pathway for needy individuals to access donated and reduced cost behavioral health services; to increase use of behavioral health services by clinically and financially eligible persons.. Bellingham Bay Community Boating Center $5,000. to increase cold-water safety awareness in Bellingham Bay. Elements include training educators, airing PSAs, adapting curriculum for a school based pilot project, education booths at public events, website development and a public cold-water safety fair, webcam installation at Post Point.. Bellingham Railway Museum $4,480. for Rails and Trails, Education and Fitness - a program to provide guidebooks and trail head signage along three historic railroad routes in Bellingham. The public will enjoy scenic walks coupled with education about the history of railroads.. Brigid Collins $4,000. for the Stewards of Children Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training ...
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ECMCs Regional Center of Excellence for Substance Abuse Care offers inpatient and outpatient alcohol and drug addiction rehab services and programs.
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If a bad thing happens because of a surgery or medicine that a doctor gives, or because of a miscarriage, it is called a ... "Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer) 29 (3): 217-219. ISSN (Print) 1432-0762 (Online) 0340-5443 ( ... Fetal Medicine: Basic Science and Clinical Practice (Elsevier Health Sciences 1999), page 835. ... Doctors can also prescribe women medicines that can help the miscarriage finish without needing surgery. ...
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"Psychological Medicine (London: கேம்பிறிட்ஜ் பல்கலைக்கழகப் பதிப்பகம்) 40 (11): 1759-1765. doi:10.1017/S0033291709992261. ... இத்தகைய காரணிகளுக்கு அறிவுசார் நடத்தை மருத்துவம் (ஆங்கிலத்தில் cognitive behavioral therapy, சுருக்கமாக CBT) மூலம் பெருமளவு ... "Psychological Medicine (London: கேம்பிறிட்ஜ் பல்கலைக்கழகப் பதிப்பகம்) 40 (11): 1759-1765. doi:10.1017/S0033291709992261. ... "Psychological Medicine (London: கேம்பிறிட்ஜ் பல்கலைக்கழகப் பதிப்பகம்) 40 (11): 1759-1765. doi:10.1017/S0033291709992261. ...
古希臘醫學(英语:Ancient Greek medicine)和古埃及的文獻都將肥胖視為一種疾病[189]。希波克拉底這麼寫道:「肥胖本身不是一種病,但它是其他疾病的前兆。」公元前六世紀的印度外科醫師蘇許魯塔(英语:Sushruta)認為肥胖與糖尿病與 ... Behavioral counseling in primary care to promote a healthy diet: recommendations and rationale. Am Fam Physician (Review). 2003 ... New
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  • The Journal of Behavioral Medicine is a broadly conceived interdisciplinary publication devoted to furthering understanding of physical health and illness through the knowledge and techniques of behavioral science. (
  • He published 50 peer-reviewed papers in top-tier journals (including Annals of Behavioral Medicine and the International Journal of Behavioral Medicine ), and received two international research awards for his work in Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine. (
  • Additional developments during this period of growth and ferment included the establishment of learned societies (the Society of Behavioral Medicine and the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, both in 1978) and of journals (the Journal of Behavioral Medicine in 1977 and the Annals of Behavioral Medicine in 1979). (
  • In 1990, at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine in Sweden, the International Society of Behavioral Medicine was founded to provide, through its many daughter societies and through its own peer-reviewed journal (the International Journal of Behavioral Medicine), an international focus for professional and academic development. (
  • . International Journal of Behavioral Medicine , 12(3), 171-179. (
  • . International Journal of Behavioral Medicine , 18(1), 13-21. (
  • He is the former Secretary of the International Society of Behavioral Medicine and long time Board Member of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, and serves on the Editorial Boards of the journals Health Psychology, Psychophysiology, Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, Psychosomatic Medicine , and the International Journal of Psychophysiology . (
  • He is a member of American Psychological Association, the American Psychosomatic Society, and the Society of Behavioral Medicine, and is also Chairman of the Financial Planning Committee and Program Advisor for the upcoming Eleventh International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, to be held in Washington, DC in 2010. (
  • Previously, Dr Gellman was the Program Chair for the Society of Behavioral Medicine and the Program Co-chair for the International Society of Behavioral Medicine. (
  • It is one of two official journals of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. (
  • The Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) extends a warm congratulations to the following recipients of the society's 2016 achievement awards. (
  • Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans. (
  • Behavioral Sleep Medicine, used in conjunction with appropriate medical interventions, can help individuals with co-occurring neuromuscular disease and sleep disorder to get a better night's sleep and to function better during the day. (
  • Since the program's founding by Steven A. Safren, PhD in 2004, the treatment programs and research conducted by the Behavioral Medicine Program have emphasized the use of validated, state-of-the art treatment interventions based on the latest research to help patients reach their best levels of mental and physical health. (
  • Our program provides short-term, skills-based, structured interventions and we specialize in providing cognitive behavioral therapy. (
  • The Behavioral Medicine Program (BMED) specializes in providing cognitive behavioral therapy-based interventions that are typically short-term, skills-based and tailored to the patient's individual needs. (
  • Dr. Knight's research program aims to investigate biological risk and interventions - both pharmacologic and behavioral - for social health disparities in cancer, specifically among hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HCT) and cellular therapy recipients. (
  • Many chronic diseases have a behavioral component, but the following illnesses can be significantly and directly modified by behavior, as opposed to using pharmacological treatment alone: Substance use: many studies demonstrate that medication is most effective when combined with behavioral intervention Obesity: structured lifestyle interventions are more effective and widely suitable than drugs or bariatric surgery. (
  • Our programs are based on well-researched cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) interventions that have proven success. (
  • Designed to meet the clinical, managerial, training, and consultative needs of state and city governments, hospitals, and community behavioral health organizations, YBH programs provide evidence-based interventions in environments that place enormous emphasis on the value, dignity, and rights of the individuals being served. (
  • Update of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) 2008 recommendation on behavioral counseling interventions to prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs). (
  • The USPSTF reviewed the evidence on behavioral counseling for sexual risk reduction in primary care, including interventions targeting risky sexual behaviors to prevent STIs (alone or in combination with other behaviors) in persons of any sexual orientation or level of reported sexual activity. (
  • The approach synthesizes a number of methods and areas of interest in an attempt to arrive at a comprehensive, whole-organism understanding of health-related risk factors and their response to behavioral interventions. (
  • Treatments for behavioral health emergencies consist of de-escalation interventions aimed at preventing agitation, aggression, and harm. (
  • Cognitive-behavioral interventions improve psychological and physical functioning. (
  • There is a great deal of evidence to support the effectiveness of various cognitive-behavioral interventions for reducing pain intensity and improving a patient's coping skills. (
  • The most common interventions include acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and traditional cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). (
  • The first wave of behavioral medicine interventions, based on behavior theory, commenced in the 1920s, while the second wave, based on cognitive-behavioral theory, emerged in the 1970s. (
  • Our's is designed to provide the information people need to perform behavioral interventions. (
  • The MBMD's recently added chronic pain norms and Pain Patient Reports can assist with pre-treatment psychosocial evaluations to help professionals select suitable therapies, general and expanded behavioral health evaluations to help determine the most appropriate intervention,and monitoring of treatment interventions and outcomes. (
  • Athens Behavioral Medicine is a medical group practice located in Watkinsville, GA that specializes in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, and is open 5 days per week. (
  • The Practice Parameters developed by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine support cognitive behavioral therapy as "effective and recommended" for insomnia. (
  • Practice parameters for the psychological and behavioral treatment of insomnia: an update. (
  • The Behavioral and Social Sciences and the Practice of Medicine: The Psychiatric Foundations of Medicine compiles the contributions of all disciplines that are relevant to the behavioral, psychological, social, and humanistic aspects of medicine, including the contributions of clinical psychiatry that constitute an integral part of the healing art and science of medicine. (
  • The contributions of behavioral and social science to the practice of medicine are presented in Parts III to VII. (
  • citation needed] The practice of behavioral medicine encompasses health psychology, but also includes applied psychophysiological therapies such as biofeedback, hypnosis, and bio-behavioral therapy of physical disorders, aspects of occupational therapy, rehabilitation medicine, and physiatry, as well as preventive medicine. (
  • Shortly after, Pomerleau and Brady published a book entitled Behavioral Medicine: Theory and Practice, in which they offered an alternative definition focusing more closely on the particular contribution of the experimental analysis of behavior in shaping the field. (
  • Awardees should be College members, any class, who have made significant contributions to the science of behavioral approaches to treatment of internal medicine medical illness including substance use disorders, or a College member's practice, practice group, or integrated health system which has developed and integrated innovations related to behavioral health into the practice of internal medicine for their patients. (
  • We describe the 22 CONSORT guidelines and explain their application to behavioral medicine research and to evidence-based practice. (
  • Use of these guidelines by clinicians, educators, policymakers, and researchers who design, report, and evaluate or review RCTs will strengthen the research itself and accelerate efforts to apply behavioral medicine research to improve the processes and outcomes of behavioral medicine practice. (
  • The gap between optimal evidence-based medicine and actual practice can be great, dependent not only on the ability of the clinician to make changes in practice patterns but also on the central role of the patient in implementing optimal management plans in daily life. (
  • We geocoded the practice addresses of primary care and behavioral health providers found in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' National Plan and Provider Enumeration System Downloadable File to report where colocation is occurring throughout the country. (
  • Our findings offer new insights into the overlap of the behavioral health and primary care workforce, where opportunities for integration may be limited because of practice size and the proximity of providers, and where new possibilities for integration exist. (
  • 10 Using practice addresses from a listing of most health care providers in the United States, we examined the extent to which primary care physicians (PCPs) and behavioral health providers share the same space, although not necessarily the same practice. (
  • Mindfulness is a core exercise used in DBT, which combines standard cognitive behavioral techniques for emotion regulation with concepts of distress tolerance derived from Buddhist meditative practice. (
  • Our first major project in this area is a behavioral health-primary care integration learning collaborative that will guide our advocacy agenda and we hope will also drive practice-level changes to improve the lives of people with mental illness. (
  • This working paper reflects our initial investigation of the current state of best practice in physical and behavioral health integration. (
  • Through its location within the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, the EBP Center has access to a broad range of materials and key figures in mental health practice and policy research. (
  • They can be helpful to BHA's ongoing efforts to improve practice within the public behavioral health system by assisting providers to implement services that promote stabilization, healing and recovery. (
  • Learn about Carroll University behavioral medicine, registering in a technical training program, and taking free practice exams online. (
  • Info concerning Asnuntuck Community College behavioral medicine, registering for degree programs, and taking free practice tests online. (
  • It's not coincidental that out of 36 recommendations the first three directly address the issues of stigma , discrimination, criminalization and the legal environment in which we practice medicine, and practice the care of people living with HIV. (
  • Behavioral medicine approaches to gastrointestinal disorders. (
  • Newly recognized disorders for which behavioral treatments are needed include constipation associated with inability to relax the pelvic floor muscles during defecation, functional rectal pain (proctalgia), noncardiac chest pain, and aerophagia (excessive air swallowing). (
  • B.S.M. includes cognitive behavioral treatment for a variety of sleeping disorders, including insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, obstructive sleep apnea, and pediatric sleeping disorders. (
  • Treatment for other sleeping disorders also uses cognitive behavioral techniques. (
  • The Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic is a multidisciplinary outpatient clinic dedicated to the behavioral treatment of sleep disorders and their consequences. (
  • We know that behavioral therapies for insomnia and many other sleep disorders produce longer lasting effects than sleeping pills. (
  • Depending upon the presenting problem, treatment often consists of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), a form of brief psychotherapy that has extensive scientific support as an effective way to help people with insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, and difficulty adjusting to Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy for obstructive sleep apnea. (
  • Additionally, the program includes a rotation with Pine Grove's Intensive Outpatient Program for adults with drug and alcohol issues, along with the Professional Enhancement Program for individuals with behavioral problems, interpersonal difficulties and addiction disorders. (
  • The BHC participates in the management of psychosocial aspects of chronic and acute diseases, application of behavioral principles to address lifestyle and health risk issues, consultation and co-management in the treatment of mental disorders and psychosocial issues. (
  • Up to 20% of children in the United States have a developmental, behavioral or emotional disorder at any given time, as defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition. (
  • The Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program is part of the multidisciplinary Sleep-Wake Disorders Center, which is staffed by sleep specialists certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine. (
  • In Chronic Physical Disorders , the most prominent figures in the field of behavioral medicine argue why a biopsychosocial perspective is crucial to reducing the tremendous personal and societal burden of chronic disease. (
  • Northwestern Medicine offers comprehensive evaluations and treatments for a full range of behavioral health disorders in teens and adults. (
  • Since July, 2014, following MHA's integration with the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration to form the Behavioral Health Administration (BHA), the successful partnership continues, with an expanded focus to include substance related disorders for the Public Behavioral Health System (PBHS). (
  • The behavioral health field has benefited from a substantial body of research about practices that improve the lives of many people who experience mental illness and substance related disorders. (
  • Research on integrating primary care into behavioral health-which shifts the focus of integration to individuals with severe mental illness (SMI) and substance used disorders (SUD) who are more likely to present at behavioral health providers than at primary care offices-is more sparse. (
  • Despite the strengths of EMA data, a number of challenges exist - including logistic, analytic, and interpretation problems - to the easy implementation of EMA approaches in behavioral medicine. (
  • EMMH SIG members will work with the health policy council to create a policy brief focused on behavioral research approaches to addressing health inequities in rural residents in the U.S. Stay tuned as SBM's EMMH SIG moves forward to address this important issue. (
  • An Institute of Medicine committee examined the state of the science on gene-environment interactions that affect human health, with a focus on the social environment, and identified approaches and strategies that aim to strengthen the integration of social, behavioral, and genetic research in this field. (
  • In this article, we use risk factors for cardiovascular disease as a prototypical trait for which behavioral genetic approaches provide powerful tools for understanding how risk factors, behavior, and health outcomes are related. (
  • She received additional training in approaches that have demonstrated effectiveness as an adjunct to cognitive behavioral therapy for the treatment of chronic pain, including mindfulness and clinical hypnosis. (
  • Behavioral medicine approaches aim to modify the overall pain experience, help restore functioning, and improve the quality of life of patients who suffer from chronic pain. (
  • Ohio State's Harding Hospital and Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health are responding on a multitude of fronts, and we're committed to doing everything that we can to combat the current escalation. (
  • In other news, Gov. Mike DeWine has appointed Kenneth Yeager, PhD, clinical professor in Ohio State's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, to the state's Chemical Dependency Professionals Board for a term beginning Oct. 26, 2020. (
  • If you're interested in supporting the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Addiction Program or Ohio State East Hospital - Talbot Hall Addiction Medicine Program Fund , contact Michele Gregory . (
  • Psychological services include consultation with team members regarding general behavioral, developmental and disease-specific concerns, as well as direct clinical services for children and families. (
  • Behavioral medicine is concerned with the integration of knowledge in the biological, behavioral, psychological, and social sciences relevant to health and illness. (
  • Traditional designs, based on retrospective self-report in the natural environment or laboratory-based studies, cannot assess complex and temporally dynamic psychological, behavioral, and physiological processes in the natural environment. (
  • Included in each of these chapters is a basic review of biomedical aspects of each disorder followed by a review of the primary behavioral, psychological, and socioenvironmental issues that are most relevant to a given disorder. (
  • The Behavioral Medicine Center provides outpatient psychological evaluation and treatment services for a wide variety of patient populations and presenting problems. (
  • The Foundation's program has been evaluated for quality by national and state level organizations such as the American Psychological Association and California's Boards of Behavioral Sciences and Psychology. (
  • The Behavioral Medicine R&T Foundation is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. (
  • The Stanford University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences in collaboration with the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford and the Stanford Child Health Research Institute invites applications for special projects focused on suicide prevention. (
  • In October of 2017, the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences in collaboration with Stanford Children's Health and the Stanford Medicine Child Health Research Institute at Stanford have awarded four faculty seed grants totaling $95,000 for special projects focused on suicide prevention among youth in our community. (
  • This study is led by Rania Awaad, MD, a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford and the Director of the Muslim Mental Health and Wellness Program and Co-Director of the Diversity Clinic. (
  • The investigative team includes Sara Maklad, MBBCH, a research assistant in the Muslim Mental Health Lab and Wellness Program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford and Sayeed Hasan, MD Candidate, research intern in the Muslim Mental Health Lab and Wellness Program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford. (
  • The 1977 Yale Conference on Behavioral Medicine and a meeting of the National Academy of Sciences were explicitly aimed at defining and delineating the field in the hopes of helping to guide future research. (
  • T.L. Creer, The Synthesis of Medical and Behavioral Sciences with Respect to Bronchial Asthma. (
  • Established originally as the Institute of Medicine in 1970 by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Medicine addresses critical issues in health, science, medicine, and related policy and inspires positive actions across sectors. (
  • The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine also encourage education and research, recognize outstanding contributions to knowledge, and increase public understanding. (
  • The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has a long history and proud tradition of providing state-of-the-art clinical care, outstanding education and training programs, and cutting-edge biopsychosocial research in the Nation's Capital. (
  • The GW SMHS Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences offers a Child & Adolescent Fellowship Program in conjunction with Children's National Health System, and a Psychosomatic Fellowship Program with Inova Fairfax. (
  • The School of Medicine provides accredited education programs for medical students, residents and fellows, doctoral students in the basic medical sciences, and practicing physicians. (
  • Dr Turner's initial academic career was in the field of Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine, conducting research at three US academic medical centers (the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of Tennessee, Memphis, and the Medical College of Georgia). (
  • Through collaboration with the brightest minds in science and medicine MCW's Centers are at the forefront of discovery and innovation. (
  • The Centers goal is to distribute research-based information on behavioral health treatment to stakeholders in Maryland's public behavioral health system, and to promote adoption and implementation of those practices through ongoing training and consultation. (
  • Vidant Medical Center, one of four academic medical centers in North Carolina, is the flagship hospital for Vidant Health and serves as the teaching hospital for The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. (
  • When we first convened the Learning Collaborative, we knew we needed to build a sense of common purpose among our members, who represent behavioral health centers, primary care centers, hospitals and Blue Cross Blue Shield, which is both a funder of the collaborative and a managed care provider. (
  • The MBMD's general medical normative sample permits the test's use to be extended into a variety of settings including sleep disorder centers, cancer treatment centers, cardiac rehabilitation programs, neurological rehabilitation units, military and veterans' hospitals, primary care facilities and family medicine clinics. (
  • All patients of the Johns Hopkins Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program receive a thorough assessment, diagnosis, and therapy to address the presenting problem(s). (
  • The Behavioral Medicine Program at Massachusetts General Hospital provides specialized care at the intersection of psychology and health for patients impacted by both medical and psychiatric conditions through clinical work, professional training and research. (
  • The Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology works closely with other medical specialty programs at Cincinnati Children's to deliver comprehensive care to patients and families. (
  • The team psychologist provides consultation on general behavioral, developmental and condition-specific concerns expressed by these patients and their families. (
  • Sanford said, "Pine Grove recognizes that within Mississippi and nationally there is a severe shortage of Psychiatrists, and we are committed to provide addiction medicine training to prepare the next generation of Psychiatrists and help close this gap, while ensuring patients receive the highest quality behavioral health care. (
  • Cleveland Clinic's Behavioral Medicine program in its Digestive Disease & Surgical Institute is one of few nationally offering this unique service focused on the "gut-brain-body connection" as part of patients' digestive treatment plan. (
  • Our physicians also provide specialized care to patients with complicated illnesses at the Center for Advanced Medicine in Pediatrics . (
  • He travels nationally giving presentations and workshops to both clinicians and patients on how the principles of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can be used to help people lead healthier and more productive lives. (
  • Clinicians and researchers working in the field of behavioral medicine are in a unique position to help patients access a range of mindfulness and acceptance-based treatment methods for preventing disease, managing symptoms, and promoting overall health. (
  • An essential resource every psychologist, psychiatrist, primary care physician, health care provider, and health educator should own, Mindfulness and Acceptance in Behavioral Medicine presents a series of chapters that feature the latest findings on the efficacy of ACT and other mindfulness therapies for specific conditions and populations and guidance for introducing these therapies to patients. (
  • To eliminate drinking among severely alcoholic patients, we tested the efficacy of incorporating methadone into a behavioral contingency to reinforce disulfiram ingestion. (
  • Integrating behavioral health and primary care is beneficial to patients and health systems. (
  • This issue reviews medical pathologies and underlying causes that can result in psychiatric presentations and summarizes evidence-based practices to evaluate, manage, and refer patients with behavioral health emergencies. (
  • She is currently the lead psychologist on this inpatient unit, where she works with both individual patients and their families using cognitive behavioral techniques. (
  • Services are also provided for patients who are having difficulty adjusting to and coping with the emotional and behavioral demands of acute, chronic, and life-threatening medical problems, as well as their caretakers. (
  • Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital offers patients and their families healing through counseling, education, support groups and pastoral care. (
  • Patients receive an antidepressant medicine, and a care manager follows up with the patient on their use of the medicine. (
  • The team is assigning patients by chance to receive either BA or medicine management. (
  • Nuclear medicine technologists prepare radioactive drugs and administer them to patients. (
  • He also published the first student textbook in the field of Cardiovascular Reactivity, and four professional edited volumes in the field of Behavioral Medicine. (
  • The role of psychology in the field of behavioral medicine has grown significantly over the past decade. (
  • That's why Pediatric Behavioral Medicine at Atlantic Health System Children's Health provides psychosocial support for children and adolescents facing medical challenges. (
  • The BHC's goals are to help improve recognition, treatment, and management of psychosocial/behavioral problems and medical conditions in the enrolled population. (
  • The field of psychosomatic medicine is among its academic forebears, albeit it now obsolete as an academic discipline. (
  • Dimsdale, J.: 1984, 'Generalizing from laboratory studies to field studies of human stress physiology', Psychosomatic Medicine 46, pp. 463-469. (
  • She is board certified in Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine and Brain Injury Medicine. (
  • He also served as Program Advisor for the Tenth International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, held in Tokyo in August 2008. (
  • This encyclopedia advances the understanding of behavioral medicine principles and clinical applications among researchers and practitioners in medicine, psychology, public health, epidemiology, nursing, and social work. (
  • Marc Gellman, PhD, is Research Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Miami, FL, where he is also Associate Director of the Behavioral Medicine Research Center, Associate Director of the Health Psychology Training Program, and Associate Director of the Behavioral Medicine Training Program. (
  • He served on the Editorial Board of the Sage Publications scientific book series Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology from 1997 to 2004. (
  • Previously, he was the founding Editor and Editor-in-Chief of the Sage Publications scientific book series Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology from 1997 to 2004 (as noted above, Dr Turner selected Dr Gellman to sit on the series' Editorial Board). (
  • The Behavioral Medicine Program (BMED) at Massachusetts General Hospital includes clinical, research and training activities that focus on the intersection of psychology and health. (
  • In contrast, health psychology represents a stronger emphasis specifically on psychology's role in both behavioral medicine and behavioral health. (
  • She completed her Predoctoral Psychology Internship at the VA Medical Center in Ann Arbor with an emphasis on behavioral medicine and pain management. (
  • Epel is also the Associate Director of the UCSF Center for Health and Community and UCSF Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC) , as well as a faculty member in the Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholar Postdoctoral Fellowship Program on population health, the NIMH-funded Psychology and Medicine Postdoctoral Fellowship , and the UCSF Osher Center Training in Integrative Medicine (TRIM) Fellowship . (
  • The Health Psychology Handbook: Practical Issues for the Behavioral Medicine Specialist is a comprehensive yet practical volume that consolidates information needed by health psychologists working alongside other healthcare professionals. (
  • As a civilian he was the Director of Rehabilitation Psychology in a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, Puyallup, WA, where he worked for 18 years. (
  • Dan Ariely is an Israeli American professor of psychology and behavioral economics. (
  • Translational Behavioral Medicine is a quarterly peer-reviewed medical journal covering behavioral medicine. (
  • By 2016, Translational Behavioral Medicine had been indexed in PubMed, MEDLINE, and Thompson Reuters, and earned its first impact factor. (
  • Dr. O'Cleirigh is a clinical psychologist who specializes in adapting cognitive behavioral technologies for specific application to issues related to HIV prevention and treatment. (
  • The psychologist working with this population provides assessment and treatment of a variety of emotional and behavioral issues including depression and anxiety, nonadherence to treatment, body image and identity concerns and medical decision making. (
  • The psychologist focuses on family and patient adjustment, patient adaptive coping, behavioral assessment and mental health screening to address and treat difficulties in these areas. (
  • Behavioral medicine complements the medical treatment of pain by using the skills of a psychologist to teach children and families how to manage their medical condition. (
  • Under the supervision of a licensed psychologist, each Behavioral Health Therapist (BHT) will provide assessment and behavioral/cognitive-behavioral treatment. (
  • Job Description - School Behavioral Psychologist. (
  • Behavioral research in gastroenterology has grown exponentially over the last decade. (
  • Research suggests that these therapies are most effective when combined with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). (
  • and in the names of two clinical research units, the Center for Behavioral Medicine, founded by Ovide F. Pomerleau and John Paul Brady at the University of Pennsylvania in 1973, and the Laboratory for the Study of Behavioral Medicine, founded by William Stewart Agras at Stanford University in 1974. (
  • In 1976, in recognition of this trend, the National Institutes of Health created the Behavioral Medicine Study Section to encourage and facilitate collaborative research across disciplines. (
  • Behavioral medicine research often seeks to examine relatively complex theoretical models and clinical processes. (
  • In addition to practical clinical and research exposures, the fellow will participate in regular seminar series addressing clinical aspects of behavioral neurology and laboratory explorations of neurodegenerative conditions. (
  • At the request of the NIH and in response to congressional inquiry, the IOM, in collaboration with the National Research Council, conducted an in-depth analysis of the scientific necessity of chimpanzees for NIH-funded biomedical and behavioral research. (
  • The committee evaluated ongoing biomedical and behavioral research to determine whether chimpanzees are necessary for research discoveries. (
  • The committee described chimpanzees' unique attributes in order to determine when to use chimpanzees in biomedical and behavioral research. (
  • He has more than twenty years of clinical and research experience in chronic pain management and behavioral medicine. (
  • Housed on the fourth and fifth floors of Stark Neurosciences Research Institute in the Neurosciences Research Building, the core, available to all IU School of Medicine investigators, offers more than 1,300 square feet of dedicated testing space. (
  • 4 ⇓ ⇓ - 7 Emerging research indicates that the integration of behavioral health into primary care improves health care access, minimizes stigma associated with seeking mental health services, increases overall health outcomes, and lowers health care costs. (
  • From a methodological perspective, digital epidemiology lies at the intersection of computer science, health research or medicine, making it similar to bioinformatics. (
  • Early work from their studies, as well as from other research groups, shows promise in understanding biochemical and behavioral modulators of cell aging in humans. (
  • She also was awarded the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research Neal Miller Young Investigator Award and the International Society for Psychoneuroendocrinology's Young Investigator Award. (
  • Together they constitute one of the largest departments in the UCSF School of Medicine and the UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences, with a mission focused on research (basic, translational, clinical), teaching, patient care, and public service. (
  • Adjacent to the Behavioral Medicine Center is the Center for Behavioral Medicine Research, a 2,000 square foot space that facilitates efficient integration of clinical work and research projects. (
  • The Foundation was established in January, 2000 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of research and education in clinical behavioral medicine. (
  • The Training Center represents collaboration between BHA and the University's Division of Psychiatric Services Research designed to serve the training and service development needs of Maryland's behavioral health delivery system. (
  • Reflecting BHA's commitment to education and training, the Training Center ensures that the University's emphasis on research and implementing evidence-based treatment is closely interwoven with the needs and growth of the public behavioral health system. (
  • Janice Kiecolt-Glaser is the director The Ohio State Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research and holds the S. Robert Davis Chair of Medicine in The Ohio State University College of Medicine and the title of Distinguished University Professor. (
  • William Malarkey is the associate director of the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research and director of The Ohio State Clinical Research Center. (
  • John Sheridan is the associate director of the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research and holds the George C. Paffenbarger Alumni Endowed Chair in Research. (
  • He is also appointed in the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research and Center for Brain and Spinal Cord Repair. (
  • Gerrity notes that existing research on behavioral health integration for people with SMI or SUD "do[es] not describe the models or target populations in enough detail to assist policymakers with implementing the models. (
  • These findings are consistent with similar studies conducted in other regions, suggesting that access to outpatient behavioral health care is limited despite existing ACA regulations. (
  • Our study examines access to outpatient behavioral health care in 1 major metropolitan area after implementation of the Affordable Care Act. (
  • For information on outpatient services call at the Debra Simon Center for Integrative Behavioral Health and Wellness call 551-996-4450 . (
  • If you're facing an emotional or mental health issue, substance abuse or addiction, Northwestern Medicine offers personalized inpatient and outpatient care to help put you on the path to recovery. (
  • Northwestern Medicine offers coordinated inpatient and outpatient care to help you overcome emotional and mental health issues, substance abuse and addiction so you can lead a productive, healthy life. (
  • Central DuPage Hospital and Delnor Hospital offer comprehensive care, including inpatient, outpatient, and pediatric behavioral health services. (
  • Northwestern Medicine Woodstock Hospital provides inpatient psychiatric services, outpatient programs, and crisis services. (
  • There are currently no standardized evaluations of longitudinal outcomes for Addiction Medicine Intensive Outpatient Programs (AMIOPs) in the military. (
  • These edited books cover a range of evidence-based treatments, such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), compassion-focused therapy (CFT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) therapy. (
  • She is involved in several clinical trials at the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, where she helps examine how mindfulness meditation affects stress pathways and cell aging. (
  • Health & Medicine has launched a multi-phase project to help primary care and behavioral health providers develop strategies to better implement evidence-based models for integration of behavioral and physical care that will facilitate more effective utilization of available resources and expand the capacity of behavioral health and primary care providers to provide high quality, person-centered care to more people in need. (
  • During this time he held professorships in Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Preventive Medicine. (
  • The USPSTF recommends intensive behavioral counseling for all sexually active adolescents and for adults who are at increased risk for STIs. (
  • As specialists caring for adults, adolescents and children, the compassionate behavioral health professionals of the Debra Simon Center for Integrative Behavioral Health & Wellness know that "total body health" involves a complex, harmonious relationship between body AND mind. (
  • The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has several provisions that could greatly improve the behavioral health of children and adolescents in the United States. (
  • Greater DeKalb County offers a full range of behavioral health services for children, adolescents and families. (
  • The integrative approach of behavioral medicine can also lead to better outcomes. (
  • The goal of evidence-based medicine is ultimately to improve patient outcomes and quality of care. (
  • The collaborative brings together community behavioral health agencies, primary care providers, facility-based behavioral health providers, and people in recovery to share their experiences, participate in trainings, and prepare to pilot evidence-based models that can be tested and continuously improved based on systematic tracking of processes and outcomes. (
  • Between 37% and 39% of children will have a developmental, behavioral or emotional disorder diagnosed by 16 years of age, regardless of geographic location in the United States. (
  • These talks are designed to update providers on some of the most common neurodevelopmental problems facing children today including ADHD, ASD, FASD and anxiety, and provide practical guidance to incorporate new office-based strategies that include screening children for developmental, behavioral and emotional problems, prenatal alcohol exposure, and social determinants of health and providing brief counseling. (
  • We are committed to training the next generation of clinical researchers in behavioral medicine through our predoctoral and postdoctoral programs. (
  • This creates an opportunity for behavioral science researchers to apply our expertise to address these emerging health inequities. (
  • Researchers use an array of modern neurochemical, electrophysiological, neuroanatomical, computer modeling and behavioral assays. (
  • This group of researchers is dedicated to studying sensory and motor systems at the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy of the Drexel University College of Medicine. (
  • In addition to providing behavioral assays, the core helps train graduate students and postdoctoral researchers on the implementation of sound experimental design for behavioral studies and to use specific equipment. (
  • 4 - 6 Three researchers made scripted telephone calls to all behavioral health providers within 20 miles of central Denver who were listed in the online insurance directories of Anthem BlueCross BlueShield, United Healthcare, and Cigna. (
  • Researchers made 1,932 calls to behavioral health providers included in the networks of the insurance companies listed above in 2014-2015. (
  • From digging and barking to biting and anxiety and everything in between Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats has what you need to help clients manage their pets behavior issues and live with them in harmony. (
  • 4 Many have written extensively about the need for increased and improved integration of primary care and behavioral health, which includes mental health and substance use services. (
  • The services provided by the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program are listed by health insurance companies as mental health/behavioral health codes. (
  • The Training Center, formerly the Mental Health Services Training Collaborative, assists the Behavioral Health Administration (BHA) in planning, organizing and implementing conferences and training activities to support the continued growth and development of the public behavioral health system. (
  • If you study behavioral medicine, for example, there are a variety of concentrations that may appeal to you such as nursing assistant jobs, mental health internships, or vocational rehabilitation. (
  • Founded in 1898, the American Hospital Association provides education for health care leaders and is a source of information on behavioral medicine and mental health programs. (
  • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. (
  • It is REQUIRED that potential candidates MUST have completed a US Neurology residency, Internal Medicine or Psychiatry residency, and be eligible for an Alabama medical license. (
  • Behavioral Neurology, (24), 245-255. (
  • The journal was launched in 2011 by founding editor and editor in-chief, Bonnie Spring (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine) with a team of field editors (Sherry Pagoto, Rodger Kessler, Brian Oldenburg, and Frank Keefe). (
  • Seattle Children's Mood and Anxiety Program providers assess and treat anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression and many other emotional and behavioral concerns in children and teens. (
  • The course will provide an overview of important pathologies seen commonly in Pediatric Hospital Medicine. (
  • and behavioral treatments are preferred over medical management for some types of fecal incontinence and vomiting. (
  • Pine Grove launches a new Addiction Medicine Training program in partnership with the University of Mississippi Medical Center. (
  • Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services, one of the nation's most comprehensive treatment campuses is partnering with the University of Mississippi Medical Center's Psychiatry Program, to provide the department's fourth year residents with Addiction Medicine training. (
  • What is Behavioral Medicine and How Can It Help My Medical Problems? (
  • Behavioral medicine is especially relevant in recent days, where many of the health problems are primarily viewed as behavioral in nature, as opposed to medical. (
  • Practitioners of behavioral medicine include appropriately qualified nurses, social workers, psychologists, and physicians (including medical students and residents), and these professionals often act as behavioral change agents, even in their medical roles. (
  • Behavioral medicine uses the biopsychosocial model of illness instead of the medical model. (
  • H. Weiner, A Proposal for a Curriculum in Behavioral Biology and Medicine in Medical Schools. (
  • A.P. Shapiro, Teaching Behavioral Concepts in Cardiovascular Disease with Remarks on Challenges to Medical Education. (
  • We would like to recognize our outstanding Addiction Medicine leadership team, led by Julie Teater, MD , medical director of Addiction Medicine for the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. (
  • I think the most important insight is this: a pandemic is a behavioral phenomenon, even more so than it is a virological or medical challenge. (
  • Yale Behavioral Health (YBH) is a program established under the aegis of the Department of Psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine. (
  • Dr. Magdalena Spariosu is Interim Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. (
  • He is faculty emeritus-retiree in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Department of Internal Medicine. (
  • The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at East Carolina University is seeking applicants for the role of Vice Chair of Clinical Operations. (
  • The successful candidate will work closely with the Department Chair, Department Administrator, and Behavioral Health Service Line Administrator and will serve as the Chair's designee for the role of Executive Director of Vidant Health's Behavioral Health Service Line. (
  • Check with the department of behavioral medicine for an updated schedule of classes, registration deadlines, and a list of behavioral medicine program requirements. (
  • During this training, Dr. Moon provided therapy and assessment services for individuals with chronic pain, depression, anxiety, and other physical, emotional and behavioral health concerns. (
  • Just prior to her work at MHNI, Dr. Moon provided individual and group treatment for U.S. military personnel and veterans, retired professional athletes and first responders with chronic pain and related emotional and behavioral health issues. (
  • 3,4,17 For example, ACT and traditional CBT tend to overlap in terms of behavioral techniques and strategies, but there are specific theoretical differences that exist with regard to the role of cognitions and emotional regulation strategies. (
  • and brain-behavioral relationships that influence physiological function. (
  • Subsequently the field burgeoned, and inquiry into behavioral, physiological, and biochemical interactions with health and illness gained prominence under the rubric of behavioral medicine. (
  • Behavioral medicine techniques have also been shown to help reduce post-operative pain and decrease the likelihood that any post-operative pain will persist and become chronic pain. (
  • We are currently developing behavioral (e.g., sleep behaviors) and neurobiological (e.g., dopaminergic neurotransmission) models to understand the influence of positive emotion and reward processing on pain sensitivity and coping with chronic pain. (
  • In making that decision, we were influenced by the work of Martha Gerrity who points out that the evidence base for integrating behavioral health into primary care, especially for people with depression and anxiety, is far more advanced than for the other direction, integrating primary care into behavioral health settings. (
  • The Debra Simon Center of Integrative Behavioral Health & Wellness utilizes medications judiciously and always in combination with psychotherapy and integrative modalities. (
  • Mrs. Elkind is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at the Debra Simon Center of Integrative Behavioral Health and Wellness - part of the Hackensack Meridian Health. (
  • She completed her pre-doctoral internship in Alberta, which included specialized training at the Multidisciplinary Pain Center of the University of Alberta's Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry. (
  • Recognizing that the stigma that people with mental illness face in their daily lives is also reflected in the budgets and regulations of programs that serve them, the Center for Long-Term Care Reform chose to launch a new initiative to make behavioral health policy a priority. (
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the primary treatments applied within the BMED program. (
  • For more information, please call 718-920-4841 and ask about the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program. (
  • Dr. Teater's team includes Mohamad Moinzadeh, PCC-S, director of Talbot Hall, and Alison Miller, program coordinator for Behavioral Health and Addiction. (
  • Based on deliberations at the Yale conference, Schwartz and Weiss proposed the biopsychosocial model, emphasizing the new field's interdisciplinary roots and calling for the integration of knowledge and techniques broadly derived from behavioral and biomedical science. (
  • Each patient will be assessed for appropriateness to our unit based upon the needs of the patient and services provided by our interdisciplinary staff of behavioral health experts. (
  • Dr. Chaz Richardson of Hattiesburg, who is familiar with Pine Grove's reputation as a leader in the behavioral health care and addiction field, is the first of six residents to participate in the partnership this year. (
  • It's a sentiment echoed by Debbie Sanford, Forrest General Hospital's Chief Behavioral Health & Addiction Services Officer. (
  • Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services is an extension of Forrest General Hospital, located in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. (
  • For peptic ulcer disease, interest in behavioral treatments has declined. (
  • According to the National Institutes of Health (2005), cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia has been found to be "as effective as medication for short-term treatment of chronic insomnia. (
  • Specific cognitive behavioral techniques used for insomnia include stimulus control, sleep restriction, relaxation training, improving sleep habits, and cognitive-behavioral methods. (
  • CBT-I is an evidence-based, non-drug approach based upon the concept that chronic insomnia (lasting more than 4 weeks) is sustained by a variety of physica1and behavioral factors that are generally unrelated to acute insomnia (lasting one or two days). (
  • Every discovery advances academic medicine and improves the vitality of our communities. (
  • Behavioral health emergencies most commonly present as depression, suicidal behavior, aggression, and severe disorganization. (
  • Tables and boxes summarize key assessment information, behavioral cues, and pharmacologic management. (
  • 9 The challenge for this assessment is the vast differences in practices' classification schemas for integration and the lack of a national database that clearly encapsulates the practices that are integrating primary care and behavioral health on site. (