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									                                               JOHN LUO, M.D.

                                            CURRICULUM VITAE

WORK:                               UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
                                    Department of Psychiatry
                                    760 Westwood Plaza, B8-241, mail code 175919
                                    Los Angeles, California 90024
                                    E-mail: jsluo@mednet.ucla.edu
                                    Office: 310-206-5448

EDUCATION:                          California Institute of Technology
                                    Pasadena, California, Major: Biology, 1985 – 1986
                                    B.S. - University of California at Los Angeles,
                                    Los Angeles, California, Major: Biochemistry. 1986 – 1988
                                    Doctor of Medicine – University of Texas Medical Branch
                                    Galveston, Texas. 1989 – 1994
                                    Internship
                                    Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry
                                    Torrance, California, 1994 – 1994
                                    Residency
                                    Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry
                                    Torrance, California, 1995 – 1998
                                    Chief Resident
                                    Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry
                                    Torrance, California, 1997 – 1998
                                    Fellowship, Medical Informatics – UC Davis, Dept. of Psychiatry
                                    Sacramento, California, 1998 – 1999

LICENSURE:                          California – A55398
                                    Expiry: August 31, 2009

BOARD                               American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology # 51640
CERTIFICATION:                      Expiry: September 2012




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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
         Current
         Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, 2007 –
         UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, Department of Psychiatry
         Los Angeles, California
         Associate Director of Psychiatry Residency Training, 2007 –
         UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, Department of Psychiatry
         Los Angeles, California
         Ambulatory Care Program Associate, 2006 –
         UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, Department of Psychiatry
         Los Angeles, California
         Director, Psychiatric Emergency Services, 2005 –
         UCLA Center for Health Sciences
         Los Angeles, California
         Medical Director, UCLA Aftercare Research Program, 2005 –
         UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, Department of Psychiatry
         Los Angeles, California

         Previous
         Director, Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry, 2006 – 2008
         UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, Department of Psychiatry
         Los Angeles, California
         Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, 2003 – 2007
         UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, Department of Psychiatry
         Los Angeles, California
         Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, 1999 – 2003
         UC Davis Health System, Department of Psychiatry,
         Sacramento, California
         Attending Psychiatrist – Outpatient Services, 2002 – 2003
         UC Davis Health System, Department of Psychiatry,
         Sacramento, California
         Treatment Center Site Director for Residency Training, 2001 – 2002
         UC Davis Health System, Department of Psychiatry,
         Sacramento, California
         Director of Psychiatric Informatics, 2000 – 2003
         UC Davis Health System, Department of Psychiatry,
         Sacramento, California
         Attending Physician – Inpatient Services, 1999 – 2002
         Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment Center,
         Sacramento, California




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         Staff Psychiatrist – Outpatient Services, 1999 – 2002
         Sacramento County Integrated Services Agency,
         Sacramento, California
         Technical Support Staff, 1990 – 1994
         Educational Support Center, The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Galveston,
         Texas
         Staff Research Associate, 1988 – 1989
         Occupational Medicine Branch, UCLA
         Los Angeles, California
         Research Assistant, 1985 –1988
         Emergency Medicine, UCLA
         Los Angeles, California
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Current Committee Service
Chair, Information Management Committee, UCLA Department of Psychiatry, 2008 –
Vice Chair, Base Hospital Advisory Committee, Los Angeles County EMSA, 2008 –
Commissioner, Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Services Agency, 2007 –
UCLA Health System IT Prioritization and Oversight Committee, 2007 –
UCLA Department of Psychiatry, Resident Executive Committee, 2007 –
UCLA Department of Psychiatry, Departmental Faculty Steering Committee, 2007 –
UCLA Department of Psychiatry, Residency Oversight Committee, 2007 –
UCLA Department of Psychiatry, Residency Curriculum Committee, 2007 –
UCLA Department of Psychiatry, Clinical Coordinating Committee, 2006 –
UCLA Physician Information Systems Committee, UCLA Health Enterprise, 2006 ––
Resident Selection Committee, UCLA Department of Psychiatry, 2006 –
Information Management Committee, UCLA Department of Psychiatry, 2003 –
PDA Requirement Committee, UCLA School of Medicine, 2003 –
Previous Committee Service
Member, Santa Monica-UCLA Medicine Committee, 2003 – 2005
Chair, Santa Monica-UCLA Physician Well-Being Committee, 2003 – 2005
Vice Chair, Diversity Advisory Committee, UC Davis Dept. of Psychiatry, 2002 – 2003
Committee on Medical Student Progress, UC Davis School of Medicine, 2002 –2003
Personal Digital Assistants/Handheld Computer Advisory Work Group,
        UC Davis Health System, 2001 – 2002
HIPAA Advisory Work Group, UC Davis Health System, 2001 – 2002
Admissions Committee, Faculty Subcommittee, UC Davis School of Medicine, 2000 – 2003
Resident Selection Committee, UC Davis Department of Psychiatry 2000 – 2002
Outcomes Research Committee, UC Davis Department of Psychiatry 1998 – 1999
Information Systems Committee, UC Davis Department of Psychiatry 1998 – 1999
Physicians Computer Group, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, 1995 – 1998
Chair, Information System Planning Committee, Department of Psychiatry,
        Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, 1995 – 1998




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Current Professional Associations and Scholarly Societies
Member, American College of Psychiatrists, 2008 –
Annual Meeting Program Committee, Association for Academic Psychiatry, 2008 –
Annual Meeting Program Committee, Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture, 2008 –
Member, Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture, 2008 –
Consultant, Scientific Program Committee, Symposium Subcommittee, American Psychiatric
       Association (APA), 2008 – 2009
Chair, Corresponding Committee on Information Technology, APA, 2008-2009
Member, Corresponding Committee on Information Technology, APA, 2008-2011
Member, American Association for Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training, 2007 –
Councilor, West Los Angeles region, Southern California Psychiatric Society, 2007 –
Chair, Gores Informatics Advocacy, American Association for Technology in Psychiatry, 2005 –
UCLA Institutional Member, Association for Academic Psychiatry, 2006 –
Member, Southern California Psychiatric Society, 2003 –
Member, Association for Academic Psychiatry, 2001 –
Member, American Association for Social Psychiatry, 2000 –
Member, American Medical Informatics Association, 1998 –
Member, National Minority Mentorship Network, American Psychiatric Association, 1998 –
Member, American Psychiatric Association, 1993 –
Previous Professional Associations and Scholarly Societies
Section Lead, Use of Technology in Education, Association for Academic Psychiatry, 2005 – 2008
Council Member, Association for Academic Psychiatry, 2005 – 2008
Member, Committee of Asian-American Psychiatrists, American Psychiatric Association,
       2000 – 2006
Chair, Committee of Asian-American Psychiatrists, American Psychiatric Association,
       2002 – 2005
Member, Council on Minority Mental Health and Health Disparities, American Psychiatric
       Association, 2002 – 2005
President, American Association for Technology in Psychiatry (formerly known as Psychiatric
       Society for Informatics), 2003 – 2005
Member, Steering Committee, American Association for Technology in Psychiatry, 2000 – 2003
Consultant, Committee of Information Services, American Psychiatric Association, 1999 – 2000
Member, Central California Psychiatric Society, 1998 – 2003
Consultant, Media Subcommittee, Scientific Program Committee, American Psychiatric
       Association, 1998 – 1999
Consultant, Committee of Telemedical Services, American Psychiatric Association, 1996 – 1998
Center for Minority Health Services Fellow Representative, Board of Trustees, American
       Psychiatric Association, 1996 – 1997
Center for Minority Health Services Fellow Representative, Committee of Asian-American
       Psychiatrists, American Psychiatric Association, 1995 – 1996
Current Editorial Services
Physician Editor-in-Chief, MD Net Guide, 2008 –
Editorial Board, MD Net Guide, 2007 –
Advisory Board, Medicine on the Net, 2007 –
Advisory Board, Spyglass Consulting, 2007 –
Column Editor, Primary Psychiatry, 2005 –
Associate Editor, Current Psychiatry, 2003 –

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Previous Editorial Services
Associate Editor, American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc., 2002 – 2007
Psychiatry Consultant, First Consult (formerly known as PDxMD), 2000 – 2002

Current Teaching
Emergency Psychiatry, UCLA Department of Neurology, 2008 –
Psychiatric Services, UCLA Department of Internal Medicine, 2008 –
Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, UCLA School of Nursing, nurse practitioner program, 2007 –
Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human
       Behavior, Department of Psychiatry, 2005 –
Emergency Psychiatry Interview Course, UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human
       Behavior, Department of Psychiatry, 2004 –
Tutor, UCLA School of Medicine, Neurosciences Block, Course Y1B4B, 2003 –

Previous Teaching
Advanced topics in Cross-Cultural Psychiatry, UC Davis Department of Psychiatry, 1999 – 2003
Psychiatric Informatics, UC Davis Department of Psychiatry, 1998 – 2003
Cross-Cultural Psychiatry, UC Davis School of Medicine, 1998 – 2003

Other Teaching
UCLA Undergraduates Association Council, Office of Residential Life, UCLA Undergraduates
       Association Council Academic Affairs Commission, panel discussion on career in
       medicine, February 2006
UCLA School of Medicine Psychiatry Interest Group, panel discussion, 2003 –
UCLA Alumni Association, mentoring UCLA undergraduates applying for medical school,
       2003 –

HONORS AND SPECIAL AWARDS:

Medical Student Teaching Award, UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior,
       Department of Psychiatry, 2007 – 2008
American Psychiatric Association Irma Bland, M.D. Award for Excellence in Teaching Residents,
       2008
Housestaff Teaching Award, UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior,
       Department of Psychiatry, 2005 – 2006
American Psychiatric Association Nancy C.A. Roeske, M.D. Certificate of Recognition for
       Excellence in Medical Student Education, 2003
Resident’s Outstanding Faculty Award, UC Davis Department of Psychiatry, 1999 – 2000
American Psychiatric Association Executive Leadership Program, 1998 – 1999
American College of Psychiatrists Laughlin Fellow, 1998
Physician in Residence Program, Betty Ford Center, Rancho Mirage, California, 1990
Academic Scholarship, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, 1989
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, California Institute of Technology, 1985

RESEARCH GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS RECEIVED:

Gores Technology: Unrestricted Educational Grant to develop innovative social skills training
       for UCLA Aftercare Research program participants; $8,000; 2005; principal investigator

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Gores Technology: Unrestricted Educational Grant to develop the American Association for
       Technology in Psychiatry Gores Informatics Advocacy Chair; $50,000; 2005; principal
       investigator
AstraZeneca; Unrestricted Educational Grant to develop the American Association for
      Technology in Psychiatry Stangler Award for Innovation in Psychiatric Informatics;
      $2,000; 2003, principal investigator
Pfizer: Unrestricted Educational Grant to develop the American Association for Technology in
        Psychiatry/Pfizer Medical Informatics Fellowship; $10,000; 2002; principal investigator
American Psychiatric Association/Center for Minority Health Services Minority Fellowship,
      Award to foster development of minorities in mental health; $26, 000; 1995 – 1997;
      principal investigator

LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS:

Invited
“Exploring Technologies in Psychiatry”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San
Francisco, CA, May 2009, CME course
“Medical Information Tools for Psychiatrists Today”, Brown University, Department of Psychiatry,
December 2008, grand rounds
Past
“Integrating Technology into Psychiatric Practice”, UCLA’s 13th Annual Review of Psychiatry &
Psychopharmacology Update, Los Angeles, CA, October 2008, invited lecture
“Work in Progress: Teaching Cultural Psychiatry: Past, Present, and Future”, Association of
Academic Psychiatry, September 2008, Santa Fe, NM, workshop
“New Technologies for Psychiatric Practice”, University of Arkansas Medical Sciences, Department of
Psychiatry, September 2008, grand rounds
“Mobile Computing in Healthcare: The Dreams and Wishes of Clinicians”, Association for
Computing Machinery, Mobisys 2008, 6th International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications,
and Services, June 17, 2008, invited keynote speaker
“Exploring Technologies in Psychiatry”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting,
Washington, DC, May 2008, CME course co-director
“Careers in Psychiatry”, Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Region 6 meeting, Los Angeles,
CA, February 2008, invited speaker
“The Buffet is Open: a Technology Smorgasbord in Psychiatric Practice”, Harbor-UCLA Medical
Center, Department of Psychiatry, Torrance, CA, October 2007, grand rounds
“Introduction to Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry”, UCLA School of Nursing, Los Angeles, CA, July
2007, invited lecture
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Introductory Course”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, May 2007, CME course co-
director


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“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Advanced Topics”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, May 2007, CME course co-
director
“Connections”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, May 2007, CME
course co-director
“Connections to Medical Information”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San
Diego, CA, May 2007, Symposium
“Computers in Psychiatric Practice”, UCLA’s Eleventh Annual Review of Psychiatry &
Psychopharmacology Update, Los Angeles, CA, October 2006
“The Techie is In”. Association for Academic Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA,
September 29, 2006, workshop director
“Information Technology for Use in Psychiatric Practice”, Jacksonville Psychiatric Society,
Jacksonville, FL, September 23, 2006, invited lecture
“Personal Digital Assistants in Psychiatric Care”, Charles Drew University, Los Angeles, CA, June
2006, invited lecture
“Using Technology to Improve Patient Care: Personal Digital Assistants in Psychiatric Practice”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, May 2006, Symposium
Presenter
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Introductory Course”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, May 2006, CME course director
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Advanced Topics”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, May 2006, CME course director
“Handheld Computers Use in CE Psychiatry”, UCLA Semel Institute Consultation & Emergency
Services, November 2005, grand rounds
“Advanced Techniques in PowerPoint Presentation”. Association for Academic Psychiatry, Annual
Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 2005, workshop director
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Introductory Course”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 2005, CME course director
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Advanced Topics”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 2005, CME course director
“How to Use Your Pocket PC Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice”. American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 2005, CME course co-director
“Somatization and Stigma in Asians: Cultural Challenges in Practice”, American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 2005, component workshop
Kun-Po Soo Award Lecture. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May
2005, chairperson
“Methods to Manage Stress and Anxiety”, Bakersfield Memorial Hospital Community Health
Education, Bakersfield, CA, May 2005, keynote presenter
“How to Choose your Palm OS PDA”, UCLA School of Medicine, April 2005, workshop

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“Using Your PDA for More Efficient Patient Care”, Wisconsin Psychiatric Association, Milwaukee,
WI, November 2004, scientific meeting
“Unleashing the Power in PowerPoint”, Association for Academic Psychiatry, Annual Meeting,
Albuquerque, NM, October 2004, workshop
“Handheld Computers Use in CE Psychiatry”, UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute Consultation &
Emergency Services, August 2004, grand rounds
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Introductory Course”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May 2004, CME course director
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Advance Topics”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May 2004, CME Course director
Kun-Po Soo Award Lecture, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May
2004, chairperson
“Bridging Across Cultural Generations”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New
York, NY, May 2004, component workshop
“Using the PDA as a Tool in Psychiatry”, Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine,
Department of Psychiatry, Chicago, IL, November 2003, technology symposium
“Handheld Computers Use in CE Psychiatry”, UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute Consultation &
Emergency Services, August 2003, grand rounds
Kun-Po Soo Award Lecture, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA,
May 2003, chairperson
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Introductory Course”,
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 2003, CME course
director
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice: Advance Topics”.
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 2003, CME course
director
“Why Psychiatry, Says Mom”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA,
May 2003, component workshop
“Personal Digital Assistants: Medicine in the Palm of Your Hand”, Providence Saint Joseph Medical
Center, Burbank, CA, April 2003, grand rounds
Kun-Po Soo Award Lecture. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA,
May 2002, co-chairperson
“Computers in Psychiatry: A Primer”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting,
Philadelphia, PA, May 2002, CME course instructor
“How to Use Your Palm Personal Digital Assistant in Psychiatric Practice”. American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, May 2002, course director
“Use of Personal Digital Assistants in Psychiatry”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting,
Philadelphia, PA, May 2002, issue workshop


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“Personal Digital Assistants in Education: Teaching, Communication, and Clinical Care”, Association
for Academic Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, NM, October 2001, workshop
“Mobile Computing in Psychiatry with Personal Digital Assistants”, American Psychiatric Association
Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, May 2001, issue workshop
“Personal Digital Assistants in Psychiatric Practice”, University of South Florida, April 2001, grand
rounds
“Personal Digital Assistants in Psychiatry Residency Training”, American Association of Directors of
Psychiatric Residency Training, Seattle, WA, March 2001, workshop
“Mobile Computing in Psychiatry: The New Frontier”, UC Davis Department of Psychiatry, October
2000, grand rounds
“Office of the Future: Personal Digital Assistants in Psychiatric Practice”, American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, May 2000, media session presentation
“Residency Training in a Managed Care Setting”, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting,
Chicago, IL, May 2000, issue workshop
“Access to Mental Health in Asian-American Populations”, Asian-Pacific American Medical Students
Association, Los Angeles, February 2000, workshop
“Ask the Experts about Computers & Your Practice”, American Psychiatric Association Annual
Meeting, Washington, DC, May 1999, media session presentation
“Multicultural Women’s Perspectives on Diversity”, American Psychiatric Association Annual
Meeting, Washington, DC, May 1999, media session chair
“Treatment Algorithms and Practice Management”, American Psychiatric Association Annual
Meeting, Washington, DC, May 1999, media session chair
“Psychiatry Upgrade: Implementing the World Wide Web”, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center,
Department of Psychiatry, January 1997, grand rounds
“Psychiatry and the Internet - Surfing the Information Superhighway", Harbor-UCLA Medical Center,
Department of Psychiatry, February 1995, grand rounds

PUBLICATION/BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Research Papers (Peer Reviewed)

         A. Research Papers – Peer Reviewed

    1. Hoffman JR, Oneill N, and Luo J. "Algorithm use in the treatment of pre-hospital ventricular
       fibrillation: an analysis of 160 cases." Resuscitation 1989; 17(2):131-141.
    2. Hoffman JR, Luo J, Schriber DL, and Silver L. "Does paramedic-base hospital contact result in
       beneficial deviations from standard pre-hospital protocols?" Western Journal of Medicine 1990;
       153(3):283-287.
    3. Harber P, McCoy JM, Howard K, Greer D, and Luo J. "Artificial intelligence- assisted
       occupational lung disease diagnosis." Chest 1991; 100(2):340-346.


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    4. Harber P, Beck J, Brown C, and Luo J. "Physiologic and subjective effects of respirator mask
       type." American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 1991; 52(9): 357-362.
    5. Harber P, Luo J, Beck J, and Lee J. "Relative effects of flow-resistive and pressure- biased
       respiratory loading." Journal of Occupational Medicine 1991; 33(10): 1055-1059.
    6. Hoffman J, Schriger DL, and Luo J. "The empiric use of naloxone in patients with altered
       mental status: A reappraisal." Annals of Emergency Medicine 1991; 20(3):246-252.
    7. Hoffman J, Schriger DL, Votey S, and Luo J. "The empiric use of hypertonic dextrose in
       patients with altered mental status: A reappraisal." Annals of Emergency Medicine 1992;
       21:20-24.
    8. Hoffman J, Schriger DL, Mower M, Luo J, and M. Zucker. "Low-risk criteria for cervical-
       spine radiography in blunt trauma: A prospective study." Annals of Emergency Medicine 1992;
       21:1454-1460.
    9. Harber P, Bloswick D, Luo J, Beck J, Greer G, and Pena L. "Work-related symptoms and
       checkstand configuration: An experimental study." American Industrial Hygiene Association
       1993; 371-375.
    10. Harber P., Beck J, and Luo J. "Study of respirator effect on nasal-oral flow partition."
        American Journal of Industrial Medicine 1997; 32:408-412.
    11. Luo J, Karlinsky H. "Personal Digital Assistants for the clinician." Bulletin of the Canadian
        Psychiatric Association 2001; 32(5): 136-139.
    12. Luo J, Hales RE, Hilty DM, and Brennan CS. "Electronic sign-out using a personal digital
        assistant." Psychiatric Services 2001; 52(2); 173-174.
    13. Luo J, Hales RE, Servis ME, and Gill HM. "Use of Personal Digital Assistants in Consultation
        Psychiatry." Psychiatric Services 2002; 53(3); 271-272, 279.
    14. Luo J. “Personal Digital Assistants: Potential Uses and Practical Recommendations”. Primary
        Psychiatry. 2002; 9(9): 35-42.
    15. Hilty DM, Luo J, Morache C, Marcelo DA, Nesbitt TS. “Telepsychiatry: An Overview for
        Psychiatrists”. CNS Drugs. 2002; 16(8): 527-528.
    16. Luo J. “Portable Computing in Psychiatry”. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. 2004; 49(1): 24-
        30.
    17. Hilty DM, Hales DJ, Briscoe G, Benjamin S, Boland RJ, Luo JS, Chan CH, Kennedy RS,
        Karlinsky H, Gordon DB, Yager J, Yellowlees PM. “APA Summit on Medical Student
        Education Task Force on Informatics and Technology: Learning About Computers and
        Applying Computer Technology to Education and Practice.”. Academic Psychiatry. 2006;
        30(1):29-35.
    18. Luo J, Hilty Dm, Worley L, Yager J. Considerations in Change Management Related to
        Technology. Academic Psychiatry. 2006; 30: 465-469.
    19. Luo J, Ton H. Personal Digital Assistants in Psychiatric Education. Academic Psychiatry.
        2006; 30: 516-521.




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    20. Hilty DM, Benjamin S, Briscoe G, Hales DJ, Boland RJ, Luo JS, Chan CH, Kennedy RS,
        Karlinsky H, Gordon DB, Yellowlees PM, and Yager J. “APA Summit on Medical Student
        Education Task Force on Informatics and Technology: Steps to Enhance the Use of
        Technology in Education Through Faculty Development, Funding and Change Management”.
        Academic Psychiatry, December 2006; 30: 444 – 450.
    21. Luo J. Mobile Computing in Healthcare: The Dreams and Wishes of Clinicians. Proceedings
        of SigMobile, Association for Computing Machinery. HealthNet 2008. June 17, 2008.
    22. Lim RF, Luo J, Suo S, Hales RE. “Diversity Initiatives in Academic Psychiatry: Applying
        Cultural Competence”. Academic Psychiatry, August 2008; 32: 283-290.

Research Papers (Non-Peer Reviewed)

         B. Research Papers – Non-Peer Reviewed

         1. “How Technology Will Affect Your Practice.” Psychiatric Times. 2002; 19(6); 36-38.
         2. Psyber Psychiatry: “In a Virtual World, Games Can Be Therapeutic”, Current Psychiatry,
            Vol. 1. No. 9. September 2002.
         3. Psyber Psychiatry: “A Valuable Audio-Visual Tool in Your Pocket”, Current Psychiatry,
            Vol. 1. No. 10. October 2002.
         4. Psyber Psychiatry: “E-Therapy: Alerting Patients to Benefits, Risks”, Current Psychiatry,
            Vol. 1. No. 11. November 2002.
         5. Psyber Psychiatry: “Personal digital assistants: Which one is right for your practice?”,
            Current Psychiatry, Vol. 1. No. 12. December 2002.
         6. Psyber Psychiatry: “Web logs: ‘Blogging’ into the future”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 2. No.
            1. January 2003.
         7. Psyber Psychiatry: “Text-entry solutions: which ‘type’ is right for you?”, Current
            Psychiatry, Vol. 2. No. 2. February 2003.
         8. Psyber Psychiatry: “Handhelds: A Cure for Illegible Prescriptions?”, Current Psychiatry,
            Vol. 2. No. 3. March 2003.
         9. Psyber Psychiatry: “Speeding Up Your Web Search”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 2. No. 5.
            May 2003.
         10. Psyber Psychiatry: “Writing in the Palm of Your Hand”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 2. No. 6.
             June 2003.
         11. Psyber Psychiatry: “Cyber Self-Help”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 2. No. 7. July 2003.
         12. Psyber Psychiatry: “Prescribing Information: Scroll with the Changes”, Current Psychiatry,
             Vol. 2. No. 8. August 2003.
         13. Psyber Psychiatry: “Spam: Lower your Intake”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 2. No. 9.
             September 2003.
         14. Psyber Psychiatry: “Scheduling: Time to Take Control”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 2. No. 11.
             November 2003.


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         15. Psyber Psychiatry: “Wireless Internet 101”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 2. No. 12. December
             2003.
         16. Psyber Psychiatry: “Instant Messaging, the Right Call for Your Practice?”, Current
             Psychiatry ,Vol. 3. No. 1. January 2004.
         17. Psyber Psychiatry: “Online Social Networking: How to Make Friends Fast”, Current
             Psychiatry , Vol. 3. No 2. February 2004.
         18. Psyber Psychiatry: “Beating the High Cost of Software”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 3. No. 3.
             March 2004.
         19. Psyber Psychiatry: “A World of Information in Your Pocket”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 3.
             No. 4. April 2004.
         20. Psyber Psychiatry: “Taking an Online Course? Take Your PDA”, Current Psychiatry, Vol.
             3. No. 6. June 2004.
         21. Psyber Psychiatry: “To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade?”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 3. No. 7.
             July 2004.
         22. Psyber Psychiatry: “Are Your Electronic Records Secure?”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 3. No.
             8. August 2004.
         23. Psyber Psychiatry: “Computer/Typing Injuries: Keys to Prevention”, Current Psychiatry,
             Vol. 3. No. 9. September 2004.
         24. Psyber Psychiatry: “Taking the Mystery out of Missing Persons”, Current Psychiatry, Vol.
             3. No. 10. October 2004.
         25. Psyber Psychiatry: “A holiday wish: More security and accessibility”, Current Psychiatry,
             Vol. 3. No 12. December 2004.
         26. “Technology in Clinical Practice: Computer-Based Therapy and Radio Frequency
             Identification.”, Psychiatric Times. 2005; 22(12)
         27. Psyber Psychiatry: “E-mailing on the Run”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 4. No 1. January 2005.
         28. Connections: “Learn How Latest Technology Can Transform Your Practice”, Psychiatric
             News, February 18, 2005, Volume 40 Number 4, p. 38.
         29. Psyber Psychiatry: “Printing on the Go”, Current Psychiatry, Vol. 4. No 3. March 2005.
         30. Connections: “How to Access E-Mail While Away”, Psychiatric News, March 4, 2005,
             Volume 40 Number 5, p. 33.
         31. Connections: “More on Getting the Most From E-Mail”, Psychiatric News, March 18,
             2005, Volume 40 Number 6, p 27.
         32. Connections: “Instant Messaging, Not Just for Kids”, Psychiatric News April 15, 2005,
             Volume 40 Number 8, p. 56
         33. Psyber Psychiatry: “Data backup: Don’t wait for the next crash”, Current Psychiatry, Vol.
             4. No. 5. May 2005.
         34. Connections: “Stay Connected While on the Road”, Psychiatric News, May 20, 2005, p. 31.


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         35. Connections: “PDAs Offer Personal Organization, Professional Efficiency”, Psychiatric
             News, July 1, 2005, Volume 40 Number 13, p. 17.
         36. Psyber Psychiatry: “A prescription to improve drug regimens?”, Current Psychiatry,
             Volume 4. No. 8. 2005, August 2005.
         37. Connections: “How to Make Social Networking On the Internet Work for You”, Psychiatric
             News August 19, 2005, Volume 40 Number 16, p. 13.
         38. Psyber Psychiatry: “VoIP: The Right Call for your Practice?”, Current Psychiatry, Volume
             4. No. 10. October 2005.
         39. Psyber Psychiatry: “Blogs: Personal and Professional”, Current Psychiatry, Volume 4. No
             12. December 2005.
         40. Tech Advisor: “Why Medical Informatics”, Primary Psychiatry. 2006; 13(1):20-21.
         41. Tech Advisor: “Electronic Medical Record Systems: Introduction”, Primary Psychiatry.
             2006; 13(2):20-23.
         42. Connections: “Technology Training at Meeting To Transform Your Practice”, Psychiatric
             News, February 17, 2006, Volume 41, Number 4, page 50.
         43. Tech Advisor: “Computer Physician Order Entry: To Implement or Not?”, Primary
             Psychiatry. 2006;13(3):19-21
         44. Tech Advisor: “Personal Health Records”, Primary Psychiatry. 2006; 13(4):19-21.
         45. Tech Advisor: “Electronic Health Record Exchange: Key Trends to Watch”, Primary
             Psychiatry. 2006; 13(5):19-21.
         46. Tech Advisor: ”Electronic Prescribing Systems with Computer Decision Support”, Primary
             Psychiatry. 2006; 13 (6):19-21.
         47. Tech Advisor: “Radio Frequency Identification: Ready for Implementation Decision”,
             Primary Psychiatry. 2006; 13(7):21-23.
         48. Tech Advisor: “Technology Adoption: Managing Change”, Primary Psychiatry. 2006;
             13(8): 20-23.
         49. Tech Advisor: “Computerized Medicine”, Primary Psychiatry. 2006; 13(9):20-22.
         50. Tech Advisor: “Mobile Medical Sources: Medical Information Anytime and Anywhere”,
             Primary Psychiatry. 2006; 13(10):19-20, 22.
         51. Tech Advisor: “Podcasts: The Next Frontier of Medical Information”, Primary Psychiatry.
             2006; 13(11): 19-21.
         52. Tech Advisor: “New Technology for Your Practice”, Primary Psychiatry. 2006; 13(12): 23-
             25.
         53. Tech Advisor: “The Medical Evolution of Personal Digital Assistants”, Primary Psychiatry.
             2007; 14(1):20-22.
         54. Tech Advisor: “Social Networking: Now Professionally Ready”, Primary Psychiatry. 2007;
             14(2):21-24.



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         55. Tech Advisor: “Virtual Reality Therapy: On Your Desktop Today”, Primary Psychiatry.
             2007; 14(4):20-22.
         56. Tech Advisor: “Free Software Tools for the Medical Practice”, Primary Psychiatry. 2007;
             14(6):23-28.
         57. Tech Advisor: “Health 2.0: What You Need to Know”, Primary Psychiatry. 2007; 14(8):31-
             34.
         58. Tech Advisor: “HIPAA Proof Your Practice – From PDA to Office”, Primary Psychiatry.
             2007; 14(10) 26-30.
         59. Tech Advisor: “Telemedicine – Is It Time Now?”, Primary Psychiatry. 2008; 15(2):27-30.
         60. Tech Advisor: “Patient Education in the Internet Age”, Primary Psychiatry. 2008; 15(4):24-
             26.
         61. “Taking the Wheel: The People and Companies Driving Health 2.0”, MD Netguide. June
             10, 2008.
         62. “The Next Big Thing: New technological breakthroughs impacting the field of psychiatry”
             MD Netguide. July 15, 2008.
         63. Tech Advisor: “The New Mobile Office”, Primary Psychiatry. 2008; 15(8): 27-29.
         64. Connections: “Jump into the PDA Pool!”, Psychiatric News, November 7, 2008, Volume
             43, Number 21, page 21.

Books

      1. Chan, CH, Luo J, Kennedy RS. Concise Guide to Computers in Clinical Psychiatry.
         American Psychiatric Publishing Inc., Washington, D.C. 2002
Chapters

         1. Luo J. “Computer Resources for the Private Practice” in Entering Private Practice, A
            Handbook for Psychiatrists (Ed. Lazarus JA), American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. 2005.
            pp. 103 – 124.

Papers in Preparation (Research Completed)

         1. Ton H, Luo J, “Increased Resident Patient Encounter Log Compliance with PDAs”

Limited Distribution

         1. “Certicom Extends Enterprise Product Line with movianCrypt”, Certicom News Release;
            June 12, 2001
         2. “University of California, Davis - Palm handhelds provide psychiatric residents with critical
            diagnostic information”, Palm Handheld Solutions: Making a Difference in Healthcare,
            Customer Success Stories, Summer 2002
         3. “ePocrates Advocate of the Month”, ePocrates Newsletter, June 2002, Issue No. 13



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         4. ‘DocMVP’, MD Net Guide, Vol 9, No. 4. July 2007.
            http://www.mdng.com/current_issue_detail.cfm/article/150.htm.

Interviews

         1. Vijayan, J. “Certicom launches data encryptor for Palm products: New technology provides
            security for enterprise apps”, Computerworld; June 18, 2001
         2. Fisher, D. “PDA security to get stronger”, eWeek; June 18, 2001
         3. Hamblin, M. “Taking the Leap: Big companies often have big security complexes when it
            comes to wireless projects. Here's how some innovators overcame their fears”,
            Computerworld; September 24, 2001
         4. “For Your Information – Cell Phones”, Pulse, UC Davis Medical Center health magazine
            television show; January 6, 2002
         5. Hua, V. “Palm grabs at corporate customers: Handheld computer company trying to
            increase market share”, San Francisco Chronicle; June 17, 2002.
         6. Turner ML. “Making Connections On Line Use on-line networking Web sites to expand
            career opportunities and open doors.” Unique Opportunities; Jan/Feb 2006. Available at
            http://www.uoworks.com/pdfs/feats/OnlineNet.pdf.
         7. Pulley J. “Are Med Schools Tech Savvy?” Government Healthcare IT; November 13, 2006.
            Available at http://www.govhealthit.com/article96731-11-13-06-Print.
         8. Carlat D. “Expert Q & A: John Luo, M.D., on Computer Technology and Psychiatry”. The
            Carlat Psychiatry Report; December 2006; Volume 4. No. 12.
         9. Epocrates Insights: Physicians Speak Out on Depression. Podcast of interview. Available
            at http://insights.epocrates.com/depression; July 2007
         10. Lundt, L. “Clinician’s Roundtable – Mobile Technology”, ReachMD interview on XM
             Satellite Channel 157, September 2007. Available at
             http://www.reachmd.com/xmsegment.aspx?sid=1448.
         11. Lundt, L. “Clinician’s Roundtable – Health 2.0”, ReachMD interview on XM Satellite
             Channel 157, September 2007. Available at
             http://www.reachmd.com/xmsegment.aspx?sid=1449.
         12. Lundt, L. “Clinician’s Roundtable – E-prescribing”, ReachMD Interview on XM Channel
             157, September 2007. Available at http://www.reachmd.com/xmsegment.aspx?sid=1450.
         13. Lundt, L. “Clinician’s Roundtable – Virtual Reality Therapy”, ReachMD interview on XM
             Satellite Channel 157, September 2007. Available at
             http://www.reachmd.com/xmsegment.aspx?sid=1451.
         14. Levin, A. “Accuracy May Be a Casualty in Online Physician Reviews”, Psychiatric News,
             October 19, 2007, Volume 42, page 7.
         15. Epocrates Insights: 2008 Healthcare Predictions. 12/10/2007. Available at
             itms://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=215194722



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         16. Mrosko, T. “Three Degrees of Success”, Inside Business, January 2008. Available at
             http://www.ibmag.com/ME2/dirmod.asp?sid=F8C8DDD4679A4F8481CFF990B1FAAEA
             5&nm=Archive&type=Publishing&mod=Publications%3A%3AArticle&mid=7B30C2FA0
             72245DE9AD5D82735C7041A&tier=4&id=0B95F380A87C495E82E9CF2EE32363DA.
         17. Krizner, K. “Networking Sites Become the New Doctor’s Lounge”, Managed Healthcare
             Executive, January 1, 2008. Available at
             http://www.managedhealthcareexecutive.com/mhe/Technology/Networking-Sites-Become-
             the-New-Doctors-Lounge/ArticleStandard/Article/detail/482219?contextCategoryId=968.




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