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									APHA ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAM SCHEDULE
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2005: 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

(236.0) Mental Health Section Council Meeting

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2005: 4:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

(274.0) Mental Health Section General Business Meeting



MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2005: 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.

(319.0) Grantsmanship Workshop: Obtaining Funds for Research Projects

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2005: 8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

(3045.0) Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Mental Health

Co-Sponsors: STAT, PHN, PHEHP, SC
CE credits: RN, CH, MD
R. H. Beinecke, DPA,ACSW, Moderator

8:30 a.m. — (120518)Evidence based practices and performance measures: Lessons from
a Massachusetts conference. R. H. Beinecke, DPA,ACSW
8:55 a.m. — (120519)Status of mental health EBPs and performance measures in the
states. V. Ganju, PhD
9:20 AM — (120520)Evaluating the implementation of evidence based practices. H. S.
Leff, PhD; D. Hughes, MA

(3046.0) Psychiatric Epidemiology

Co-Sponsors: STAT, SC
CE credits: RN, CH, MD
R. A. Desai, PhD, Moderator

8:30 a.m. — (110034)Mental disorders onset and first treatment contact in Canada. N.
Schmitz
8:50 a.m. — (111575)Prevalence of serious mental illness among U.S. women using the
2002 National Health Interview Survey. S. K. Boyer, MPH; C. R. Ronzio, PhD; S. D.
Cleary, PhD, MPH
9:10 a.m. — (110006)Consequences of Race-Influenced Assignment to Combat Roles for
the Racial and Ethnic Epidemiology of PTSD among Vietnam Veterans. J. B. Turner,
PhD
9:30 a.m. — (104868)Physical and Sexual Assault Among Female Veterans: Prevalence,
Associated Health Effects, Patient Functioning, and Counseling. D. E. Ramos, MD,MPH;
A. Bradley, MD; C. Armand, MD; A. Lanto, MA; B. Simon, MA; L. V. Rubenstein, MD,
MSPH

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2005: 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

(3124.0) Rema Lapouse Award Lecture

Co-Sponsors: EPID, STAT

Presider: A.Kouzis, PhD
Introductory remarks: Mary Claire King, PhD, Nigel Paneth, MD

10:30 a.m. — (121955) Rema Lapouse Award Lecture: “Integrating social medicine and
community psychiatry.” M. Susser, MB, BCh, FRCP

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2005: 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

(3206.0) Early Diagnosis and Then What? The Current State of Care for Children with
Autism

Co-Sponsors: SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
J. P. Morrissey, PhD, Discussant
D. Juliano-Bult, MSW, Moderator

12:30 p.m. — (109286)Factors Associated with Age of Diagnosis among Children with
Autism. D. S. Mandell, ScD
12:50 p.m. — (109320)A Prospective Study of Autism Service Use and Expenditures. J.
Morrissey, PhD; K. C. Thomas, MPH, PhD; C. McLaurin, MSW, RN
1:10 PM — (109559)Health Care Service Use and Costs among Patients with Autism. D.
Leslie, PhD; A. Martin, MD
1:30 p.m. — (101949)Costs of Autism in the United States. M. L. Ganz, MS, PhD

(3207.0) Assessing and Treating Mental Illness in Primary Care

Co-Sponsors: CHPPD
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
M. M. Desai, PhD, MPH, Moderator

12:30 p.m. — (100876) Effects of Mental Health Carve-Outs on the Treatment of
Depression in Primary Care. A. A. Dunham, MSPH; W. P. Brandon, PhD, MPH
12:55 p.m. — (109749) Influence of menopause on mood: A systematic review of cohort
studies. K. K. Vesco, MD; L. Humphrey, MD, MPH; E. Haney, MD; H. D. Nelson, MD,
MPH
1:20 p.m. — (109983) Is there an association between self-reported depression in women
and self-reported receipt of preventive health care?. K. J. Ayala, BASW; R. K. Stouffer,
PharmD; M. N. Lutfiyya, PhD

(3208.0) Access, Utilization, and Costs of Psychotropic Medications

Co-Sponsors: GH
CE credits: MD, RN, CH

S. DosReis, PhD, Moderator

12:30 p.m. — (111969) Psychotropic polypharmacy and racial disparities in patients with
bipolar disorder. D. Garver, MD; A. Lazarus, MD; K. Rajagopalan, PhD; L. M. Katz,
MPH; L. S. Stern, MS; M. Dolgitser; J. J. Doyle, DrPH
12:45 p.m. — (111655) Private health plans’ management of psychotropic drugs. D.
Hodgkin, PhD; C. M. Horgan, ScD; D. Garnick, ScD; E. L. Merrick, PhD,MSW; J.
Volpe-Vartanian, MS, LICSW
1:00 p.m. — (109274) Prescription Drug Expenditure and Dual Eligibility among non-
Elderly Medicaid Beneficiaries Diagnosed with Severe Mental Illness. W. Wei, MA, MS;
Y. Shen, PhD; P. A. Findley, DrPH, MSW; J. T. Walkup, PhD; S. Crystal, PhD
1:15 p.m. — (112096) Racial and SES Differences in Parental Understanding of
Stimulant Medication. S. DosReis, PhD; A. Butz, CRNP, ScD; P. Lipkin, MD; J. Anixt,
MD; C. L. Weiner; R. Chernoff, MD
1:30 PM — (110921)Medication decision making by persons with serious mental illness.
I. H. Mahone, MSN, PhD (c)

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2005: 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

(3301.0) Carl Taube Award Lecture

W. H. Fisher, PhD, Presider
J. P. Morrissey, PhD, Moderator

2:30 PM — (121956) Carl A. Taube Award lecture: The jail as a public health outpost.
H. J. Steadman, PhD

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2005: 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

(3338.0) Mental Health Poster Session I

Co-Sponsors: ICEHS
Board 1—(98982) Consequences of satisfaction with counseling services on factors
relevant to mental health service delivery to young Black males in transition from foster
care.L.D.Scott,Jr.
Board 2—(109631) Violence and its association with suicide and depression in youth. E.
Okpokwasili,BA;M.N.Lutfiyya,PhD
Board 3—(112913) Relationship of perceived stress to mental health indicators and
health risk behaviors in adolescents. M. L. Nebergall, MA; K. N. Knight, BS; E. M. G.
Larkin,MS;J.Frank,MPH;S.H.Frank,MD,MPH
Board 4—(118465) Meaning of heterotypic psychiatric co-morbidity in early
adolescence. A. Vander Stoep, PhD; E. McCauley, PhD; J. R. Herting, PhD; D. Stewart,
PhD.
Board 5—(102246) Measuring teacher implementation of evidence-based strategies in a
school-based environment. N. B. Lynn, MSPH; K. Kutash, PhD; A. J. Duchnowski, PhD
Board 6 — (113064) College student perceptions of behavior indicative of depression
(BID): Perceptions of permanence, control, and its impact on helping behavior. J. T.
Siegel,     PhD;     E.    M.      Alvaro,    PhD,      MPH;     A.    Hollen,    BA
Board 7 — (111731)A Transtheoretical Model (TTM) approach to depression prevention:
Profiling among a sample of college students. D. F. Van Marter, MPH; D. A. Levesque,
PhD; J. M. Prochaska, PhD; J. O. Prochaska, PhD

(3339.0) Mental Health Poster Session II

Board 1 — (99633) Preventing and Identifying Eating Disorders among Young Athletes:
A Community-Based Training Program for Volunteer Coaches. K. M. Perrin, PhD, MPH,
RN; T. Malo, MPH; L. Kennedy; B. Davis, PhD
Board 2 — (100504) Integration of oral health care and mental health services:Dental
hygienists’ readiness and capacity for secondary prevention of eating disorders. R. D.
DeBate, PhD, MPH, CHES; S. B. Plichta, ScD; L. A. Tedesco, PhD; W. E. Kerschbaum,
RDH, MPH
Board 3 — (100614) Informatics and Eating Disorders: A review of the application of
internet technology in eating disorder prevention. A. Falcon, MPH; K. M. Perrin, PhD,
MPH, RN; B. L. Levin, DrPH, MPH
Board 4 — (104925) Eating attitudes and mental health among Canadian women
concerned about their weight. J. Park, PhD; M. P. Beaudet, PhD
Board 5 — (101895) Looking through the window of eating disorders: Qualitative
analysis of Internet chat room data. A. Falcon, MPH; K. M. Perrin, PhD, MPH, RN; T.
Malo, MPH
Board 6 — (114908) Exercise, locus of control and body-image as predictors of
depression in a pretest-posttest study of college freshmen women and men. D. D. Adame,
PhD,MSPH,CHES; S. P. Cole, PhD; T. C. Johnson, EdD; S. A. Radell, MFA

(3340.0) Mental Health Poster Session III

Board 1 — (111763) Impact of a three-tier formulary on utilization of antidepressant
medications. D. Hodgkin, PhD; C. P. Thomas, PA,PhD; L. Simoni-Wastila, PhD; G. A.
Ritter,PhD;S.Lee;V.D.Hsu,PharmD
Board 2 — (109151) Impact of the Lack of Prescription Drug Benefits on Individuals
with Mental Disorders. C. S. Dewa, MPH, PhD; J. S. Hoch, PhD; L. Steele, MD, PhD
Board 3 — (111329) Permanent occupational disability after long-term sickness absence
with a psychiatric diagnosis: Results from a population-based cohort study. S. Gjesdal,
MD MPH PhD; J. G. Maeland, MD PhD; K. Haug, MD PhD; P. Ringdal, MD
Board 4 — (104983) Correlates of unmet mental health care needs, and social support,
health status and health behaviour in Ontario, Canada. J. Park, PhD; C. H. Nelson, PhD
Board 5—(113185) Are individual mental health outcomes associated with neighborhood
socioeconomic status? TM Hilliard,MPH;DJ Bowen,PhD;L.Trotter,BA
Board 6 — (112648) Community social capital and mental health in California. R.
Scheffler, PhD; T. T. Brown, PhD
Board 7 — (110764) Assessing cross-cultural differences in the DSM-IV alcohol use
disorder constructs across non-Hispanic Caucasians, non-Hispanic African-Americans,
and Hispanics. A. C. Carle, MA, PhD
Board 8 — (111381) Outcomes of electroconvulsive therapy in community settings. R.
B. Fuller, PhD; J. Prudic, MD; M. Olfson, MD; H. A. Sackeim, PhD

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.

(409.0) Grantsmanship Workshop: Obtaining Funds for Services and Intervention
Projects

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

(4046.0) Evidence-based Practice for Mental Health Services Consumers with Criminal
Justice System Involvement

Co-Sponsors: STAT, SC
CE credits: RN, CH, MD
J. Crilly, PhD, MPH, MSW, Moderator

8:30 a.m. — (113044) Is outpatient commitment an evidence-based practice? Issues and
outcomes. V. Hiday, PhD; J. Crilly, PhD, MPH, MSW; S. Lamberti, MD
8:50 a.m. — (113090) How can use of probation assist dissemination of evidence-based
practice?. J. Draine, MSW, PhD; J. Crilly, PhD, MPH, MSW; S. Lamberti, MD; V.
Hiday, PhD
9:10 a.m. — (113102) Emerging evidence-based practice for people with mental illness
and involvement in the criminal justice system: The FACT model. S. Lamberti, MD; J.
Crilly, PhD, MPH, MSW; V. Hiday, PhD
9:30 a.m. — (113117) Overview of research on service use by people with mental
disorders involved in the criminal justice system. J. Crilly, PhD, MPH, MSW; S.
Lamberti, MD; V. Hiday, PhD

(4047.0) Mental Health and Homelessness

Co-Sponsors: PHN, PHEHP, CH, SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
M. M. Desai, PhD, MPH, Moderator

8:30 a.m. — (112373) Mental health services for homeless, runaway and throwaway
youth (HRTY): Findings from a national survey of HRTY service providers. J. M.
Greene, MS; L. Crum, PhD; P. J. Fischer, PhD
8:50 a.m. — (110904) Examining the impact of multi-faceted, short-term interventions
for Homeless Families: Preliminary findings from the SAMHSA Homeless Families
Program. D. J. Rog, PhD
9:10 a.m. — (112262) Continued trauma exposure in the lives of mothers who are
homeless. L. McMullin, BA; L. H. Pennington
9:30 a.m. — (112322) Peer mentoring in programs serving mothers who are homeless
and have mental health and/or substance use disorders. L. Cole; L. McMullin, BA

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

(4146.0) Bruno Lima Symposium on Mental Health Issues among Minority Populations

Co-Sponsors: SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
G. Greenberg, PhD, Moderator

12:30 p.m. — (101318) Earlier substance problems, environment, and culture as
predictors of American Indian adolescent substance abuse/dependence symptoms: A
longitudinal study. M. Yu, MSW, MA; A. R. Stiffman, PhD
12:50 p.m. — (103443) Investigating the link between environmental correlates and
depressive symptoms among African American adolescents living in public housing. V.
E. Nebbitt, MSW; M. Lombe, PhD
1:10 p.m. — (108232) Caregivers’ Perception of Mental Health Needs in Children of
Different Racial/Ethnic Groups. H. J. Chen, PhD; M. Evans, PhD; R. Boothroyd, PhD
1:30 p.m. — (101943) Impact of parental trauma on depression among Southeast Asian
American late adolescents. M. Han

(4147.0) Real-world Applications of Evidence-based Practices for Persons in the Justice
System

Co-Sponsors: STAT, SC
CE credits: RN, CH, MD

H. J. Steadman, PhD, Discussan

12:30 p.m. — (120528)Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) as an evidence-based
practice. F. C. Osher, MD
12:55 p.m. — (120536) Interventions designed to affect symptoms related to traumatic
events. R. Fallot, PhD
1:20 p.m. — (120540) Housing options for people with mental illness/co-occurring
disorders and a history of incarceration. A. White, MSSW
(4148.0) Child and Adolescent Mental Health: The Role of Violence, Poverty, and
Juvenile Justice Involvement

Co-Sponsors: PHN, CHPPD, ICEHS, PHEHP, COWR, SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
E. Howell, MSPH, PhD, Moderator

12:30 p.m. — (112124) Contribution of violence exposure to the rate of change in
suicidality and depression: Findings from the Welfare Reform: Adolescent Girls in
Transition Longitudinal Study. K. A. Best, MSW, MPH; R. A. Boothroyd, PhD; M.
Armstrong, PhD; R. Chen, MSPH; A. Gomez, PhD; R. Ort, BSW
12:50 p.m. — (112224) Psychological Well-Being of Children in Poverty: How Does
Family Structure Matter?. R. L. Hawkins, PhD; E. S. Ihara, MSW, MA
1:10 p.m. — (108337) Mental Health of Children Residing in Distressed Public Housing.
E. Howell, MSPH, PhD; M. Eiseman, BA; S. Popkin, PhD
1:30 p.m. — (110137) Mental health predictors of delinquency for at-risk adolescents. G.
N. Stover, MPA; M. Lightfoot, PhD; L. Jiang, MS

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005: 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

(4184.0) Mental Health Poster Session IV

Board 1 — (105290) Impact of group processes on outcomes in a psychoeducation group
for families coping with mental illness. D. E. Pollio, PhD; J. McClendon, MSW; C. S.
North,MD,MPE;E.Spitznagel,PhD
Board 2 — (113065) Access to Mental Health Care: Perceptions from rural based
physicians, providers and consumers. Are we all in the same ball park?. E. T. Jurkowski,
PhD;T.Okino
Board 3 — (108670) Poverty, perceived discrimination, and parenting stress in African
American mothers of young children. K. Siefert, PhD, MPH; T. L. Finlayson, BS; A.
Ismail; J. Delva, PhD; D. R. Williams, PhD; A. Amaya, BA; J. Lepkowski, PhD
Board 4 — (111314)Mental health treatment, unmet mental health need, and stigma:
Results from the 2003 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. N. C. Brown, PhD; C.
Arroyo,PhD

Board 5 — (103067) Reducing stigma associated with mental illnesses in rural areas: A
program plan. H. L. Deep, MPH; R. L. Love, PhD, CHES
Board 6 — (106364) Examining the relationship between literacy and mental illness. D.
Espejo, BS; A. K. Lincoln, PhD, MPH; T. Webber, MPH; P. Johnson, MD
Board 7 — (113118) Integrating best practices into a culturally and linguistically
sensitive depression management curriculum for a deaf population. T. Perlman, PhD; D.
DeGutis, MD; M. A. Estarziau, MPH; C. Cradock, PhD; E. Foster, MA; C. Schwartz, BA

(4185.0) Mental Health Poster Session V
Co-Sponsors: ICEHS

Board 1 — (100531) Racial disparities in the use of atypical antipsychotic medications
for treatment of schizophrenia. J. B. Mallinger, MPH; S. Fisher, PhD; S. Lamberti, MD;
T. Brown, PhD
Board 2 — (109247) Factor structure of the Beck Depression Inventory- second edition
(BDI-II) with Puerto Rican elderly. J. R. Rodriguez-Gomez, MD, MPH, PhD; M. G.
Davila-Martinez, MS; L. C. Collazo-Rodriguez, MS
Board 3 — (112340) Acculturation Stress and Mental Health Issues among Immigrants in
Rural America: A Case Study of Russian, Latino, and Hassidic Jewish Newcomers in
Postville, Iowa. M. Yehieli, DrPH; M. Grey, PhD
Board 4 — (110478) Attitudes towards Genetic Psychiatric Research: A Preliminary
investigation with Urban African-Americans. E. Murphy, PhD; M. Weissman, PhD
Board 5 — (102287) Use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) by Chinese
patients with mental health needs in an urban primary care setting: A cross-sectional
study. L. Fang, PhD, LCSW
Board 6 — (104590) Social patterning of common mental disorders in Taiwan. C. Y.
Hsiao; T. L. Chiang
Board 7 — (112912) Women, Suicide and Culture in Tajikistan: Identifying and
Addressing Correlated Factors. A. Latypov, DrPh; I. Jillson, PhD

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005: 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

(4243.0) Maternal Mental Health Issues in Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Early Childhood

Co-Sponsors: CHPPD, PHEHP, WC, COWR, SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
K. Poschman, MPH, Moderator
2:30 PM — (101317) Does pregnancy attenuate psychiatric symptoms?. L. H. Flick,
DrPH; C. A. L. Cook, PhD; S. Homan, PhD; M. McSweeney, PhD; C. Campbell, PhD;
L.Parnell,MSW;M.E.Gallagher,PhD

2:50 p.m. — (111281) Prevalence and predictors of trauma and PTSD in low-income
pregnant women. K.Poschman, MPH; M. Smith, MPH; M. Cavaleri, PhD, MSW, LCSW;
H.Howell,MSW;K.Yonkers,MD
3:10 p.m. —(104141) Physician Communication About Psychosocial Issues During
Postpartum Visits. B. Sleath, PhD; N. Thomas, MD; E. Jackson, PhD; S. West, PhD; B.
N.Gaynes,MD,MPH
3:30 p.m. — (106893) Developing an Evidenced-Based Approach to Addressing
Maternal Depression in Pediatric Primary Care Settings. E. Feinberg, Sc D; J. Goldman
Fraser, PhD, MPH; L. Holt; K. Rhee, MD; G. Harrison, BSN; M. Smith, MPA

(4244.0) Organization and Financing of Mental Health Care: A View from the States

Co-Sponsors: SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
R. H. Beinecke, DPA,ACSW, Moderator

2:30 p.m. — (111294) Millionaires and mental health: California's Proposition 63 and
why it passed. R. M. Scheffler, PhD; N. Adams, MD, MPH
2:50 p.m. — (105135) California improves public mental health system by passing
Proposition 63. R. S. Green, PhD, CQE, RHIT
3:10 p.m. — (110788) Discontinuation of Adult Psychological Services in Ohio
Medicaid: One Year Later. T. H. McGonigle, PhD; J. Gearheart
3:30 p.m. — (113177) Implementation of Evidence Based Practices for State Mental
Health Services: Lessons from Oregon. C. Foreman, BA

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

(4325.0) Trauma and Terrorism: Mental Health Preparedness and Response

Co-Sponsors: PHN, ICEHS, PHEHP, SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
L. DiGrande, MPH, Moderator
4:30 p.m. — (107424) State of the Art in Mental Health Disaster Response: An analysis
of four state plans for mental health preparedness. S. J. Powell, MA; S. B. Ruzek,
PhD,MPH; S. B. Bass, PhD,MPH; T. Gordon, PhD; B. F. Seals, PhD, MPH; J. Segal,
PhD
4:50 p.m. — (110513) Relationships between Psychological Distress and Emergency
Preparedness: Results from a Population Survey. B. F. Seals, PhD, MPH; A. Hausman,
PhD;J.Segal,PhD;T.Klaiman
5:10 p.m. — (121957) Protocol for identifying and responding to emotional distress
during
The World Trade Center Health Registry (WTCHR) baseline interview. R. Brackbill,
PhD, MPH; L. DiGrande, MPH; M. Perrin, MPH; S. Triplett; M. Farfel, ScD

5:30 p.m. — (121958) Impact of the World Trade Center (WTC) attack on the mental
health of survivors of collapsed and damaged buildings: Results from the World Trade
Center Health Registry (WTCHR). M. Perrin, MPH; L. DiGrande, MPH; R. Brackbill,
PhD, MPH; M. Farfel, ScD

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

(4326.0) Mental Health Roundtable Session

Sponsor: Mental Health
M. M. Desai, PhD, MPH, Moderator

Table 1 — (111029) A statewide mental health needs assessment of children: A maternal
and child health focus - Washington State. M. Kander, MSW, MPH
Table 2 — (104119) Developing Frameworks for the Implementation of Human Services.
D. L. Fixsen, PhD; K. A. Blase, PhD; S. F. Naoom, MSPH
Table 3 — (104128) Understanding Program Developers and Implementers Perceptions
of Implementation of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices. S. F. Naoom, MSPH; K.
A. Blase, PhD; D. L. Fixsen, PhD; F. Wallace, MPH
Table 4 — (105817) Stakeholder perspectives on the dissemination of evidence-based
practices: The importance of context, group alliance, and interaction. K. J. Knudsen,
PhD; W. S. Korr, PhD; J. A. Encandela, PhD
Table 5 — (109287) Criminal Justice and Mental Health System Collaborations for
Prisoner Reentry: Boundary spanning or picking up the ball?. A. Blank, LSW; J. Draine,
MSW, PhD
Table 6 — (103064) Winning at the losing game: Mental health's impact on obesity. G.
Wrobel, PhD, NCSP; P. T. Whelley, MS, NCSP
Table 7 — (112469)Developing a physical health campaign in a mental health setting. J.
A. Johnston, MS, RD, LD; J. L. Early, MD
Table 8 — (112686) A review of mental health research on bisexual individuals when
compared to homosexual and heterosexual individuals. B. Dodge, PhD; T. Sandfort, PhD
Table 9 — (112766) Clients with mental illness and their children: Implications for
nursing practice. C. H. Mason, MS, RN; S. Subedi, PhD
Table 10 — (109975) Police Officer Emergency/Disaster Training: Development of
Stress-Reduction Components. J. Segal, PhD; J. H. Ratcliffe, PhD; S. J. Powell, MA; D.
Kaufman, BS

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2005: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

(5023.0) Mental Health Poster Session VI

Board 1 — (106109) Effects of spirituality on physical symptom-related distress of
colorectal cancer survivors. C. C. Bahn, MSPH; J. S. Stafford, MS; J. Y. Ko, BS; K. D.
Stein, PhD; T. G. Smith, MA; J. T. DeFrank, MPH; C. K. Kaw, MS
Board 2 — (109394) Screening for mental distress in primary care settings and the effect
on patient satisfaction. R. Gross, PhD; S. Brammli-Greenberg, MA
Board 3 — (111758) Receipt of clinical preventive services and psychiatric
symptomatology among older individuals. U. Sambamoorthi, PhD; C. A. Boyer, PhD; D.
Gaboda, PhD; J. Cantor, ScD
Board 4 — (112331) Development of an Emergency Room Diagnostic Screening Tool
for Use in Distinguishing Between Primary Psychosis and Substance-Induced Psychosis.
B. M. Schanzer, MD; R. Sell, ScD; B. Dominguez, MS; C. L. M. Caton, PhD
Board 5 — (108424) Subgroups of individuals living with multiple sclerosis:
Implications for intervention. K. L. Johnson, PhD, CRC; D. Amtmann, PhD; C. M.
Kuehn, MA, MPH; K. Hinton, MPH; D. Ehde, PhD; G. H. Kraft, MD
Board 6 — (112905) Liver transplant candidates: Mood state, mental status and
psychosocial functioning. A. Macias Chamorro, MA; M. F. Dulay, MA; R. G. Harper,
PhD; R. Chacko, MD
Board 7 — (100370) Epileptic and psychogenic non-epileptic seizure patients: Clinical
utility of abuse history. L. Uber-Zak, DO; A. Macias Chamorro, MA; M. F. Dulay, MA;
I. Baxter, MD; J. F. Drazkowski, MD
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2005: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

(5062.0) Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Co-Sponsors: PHN, ICEHS, PHEHP
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
M. Radigan, MS, MPH, DrPH, Moderator
8:30 a.m. — (110058) Mental health and perceived discrimination in children. A. Eden,
PhD; J. Gilliland, PhD; D. Kanouse, PhD; S. Tortolero, PhD; P. Cuccaro, PhD; M. A.
Schuster,MD,PhD
8:45 a.m. — (111948) Risk factors identified in middle school children reporting
depression on a school based survey. E. Myagmarjav, MPH; K. A. Hacker, MD,MPH; L.
E.Fried,MS;H.J.Cabral,PhD;R.G.Ziegler,MD
9:00 a.m. — (101133) A matched-group comparison of psychiatric disorders, problem
behaviors and cognitive ability among homeless and housed children with their mothers.
M.Yu,MSW,MA;C.S.North,MD,MPE;P.D.Lavesser,PhD,OTR/L


9:15 a.m. — (107611) Influence of parent support, parent punishment, and family
interaction on suicide ideation in the elementary school years in Northern Taiwan from
the CABLE study: A latent growth curve modeling. Y. C. Chiang, MPH; L. L. Yen, ScD
9:30 a.m. — (109009) Injury and mental disorder in a low income population. M.
Radigan, MS, MPH, DrPH; J. MacIntyre, MD; F. Gesten, MD; K. Hoagwood, PhD; P.
Lannon, BS; P. Roohan, MS

(5063.0) The Role of Consumers and Families in Mental Health Treatment

Co-Sponsors: PHN, PHEHP
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
D. E. Pollio, PhD, Moderator

8:30 a.m. — (105779) “Psychoeducation Responsive to Families”: Twelve and twenty-
four month outcomes for the family member with mental illness from a randomized
clinical effectiveness trial for families with an adult member with mental illness. D. E.
Pollio, PhD; V. A. Osborne, MSW; J. McClendon, MSW; C. S. North, MD,MPE
8:50 a.m. — (112342) Community experiences in engaging families in mental health
services. H. J. Chen, PhD; S. McShan, MPA
9:10 a.m. — (112321) Evolving perceived roles of consumers in a mental health HIV
services demonstration program. P. Byrd; C. Diala, MPH, PhD
9:30 a.m. — (110268) Social support and individuals with serious mental illness: Results
from a mixed-methods study of a volunteer intervention. E. C. Dunn, BS, MPH; E. S.
Rogers, ScD; B. H. McCorkle, PhD; Y. M. Wan, EdD

(5063.1) Issues in Mental Health Services Research and Policy
Co-Sponsors: COWR, SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
G. S. Cuddeback, PhD, Moderator

8:30 a.m. — (99627) Differences in collaboration in non-profit and for-profit
administered public mental health services. K. Isett, PhD; K. Huang; K. G. Provan, PhD
8:45 a.m. — (112166) HMO selection incentives and underprovision of mental health
care in Medicare. Z. Cao, PhD
9:00 a.m. — (109452) Managed care mental health services:Influences on quality,
continuity and access. V. L. Miller, DrPH; Z. Lai, MPH; R. M. Massanari, MD, MS
9:15 a.m. — (111926) Mental health symptom improvement and coercion in jail
diversion programs. J. M. Pollard, MA; L. Frisman, PhD; H. J. Lin, PhD
9:30 a.m. — (112333) Estimating the Need for Assertive Community Treatment and
Forensic Assertive Community Treatment Services from Administrative Data: Results
from a Large, Urban Community. G. S. Cuddeback, PhD; P. S. Meyer, PhD; J. P.
Morrissey, PhD

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2005: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

(5125.0) Evidence-based Practices in Mental Health Treatment: Looking Forward from a
Historical Perspective

Co-Sponsors: STAT, SC
CE credits: RN, CH, MD
D. L. Fixsen, PhD, Discussant
D. L. Fixsen, PhD, Moderator

12:30 p.m. — (121665) Evidence-based practices in mental health treatment: Looking
forward from an historical perspective. M. J. Stoil, PhD
12:50 p.m. — (121666) Application of NREPP criteria to manualized treatment. R.
Finkbiner, PhD
1:10 p.m. — (121667) Implications of the “new” NREPP for mental health treatment. R.
H. P. Yi, PhD
1:30 p.m. — (121668) Development of evidence-based standards for depression for the
National Business Coalition of Health. E. N. Goplerud, PhD

(5126.0) Mental Illness and Chronic Medical Conditions

Co-Sponsors: PHEHP, SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
M. B. Blank, PhD, Moderator

12:30 p.m. — (109793) Co-occurring mental health and substance use issues in HIV-
positive minority populations: A piece of a larger puzzle. M. Costa, BA; G. Norton,
MPH; B. Silver, PhD
12:50 p.m. — (107364) Quality of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (SAMH)
Services for HIV Positive Clients in the District of Columbia, USA. A. Aqil,
MD,MPH,DrPH; Z. Patel, BA, MHS
1:10 p.m. — (101597) Evidence of increased treatment adherence and quality of life
among persons with HIV participating in a structured, 16-sesson group intervention. F.
Molitor; J. Waltermeyer; J. Leiphart; K. Brockmann
1:30 p.m. — (102382) An Alternative to Traditional Approaches to HIV Prevention for
Persons with Mental Illness: The Intervention Cascade. M. B. Blank, PhD

(5126.1) Organization and Financing of Mental Health Services for Youths

Co-Sponsors: SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
D. S. Mandell, ScD, Moderator

12:30 p.m.— (108613) Estimates of Trends in Mental Health Utilization and
Expenditures for Children: Impact of State Children Health Insurance Program. C. C.
Liao, MS; M. L. Ganz, MS, PhD; H. Jiang, PhD
12:55 p.m. — (111945) Access to psychotherapy treatment for children and adolescents.
D. N. Glanville, PhD; S. DosReis, PhD
1:20 p.m.— (111104) Foster care placement among children with inpatient psychiatric
services. J. M. Park, PhD; D. S. Mandell, ScD; P. Solomon, PhD

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2005: 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

(5178.0) Mental Health Access and Treatment among Hispanics

Co-Sponsors: PHN, CHPPD, PHEHP, SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
J. Volpe-Vartanian, MS, LICSW, Moderator

2:30 p.m. — (110858) Predictors of antidepressant medication discontinuation among US
Latinos. D. Hodgkin, PhD; J. Volpe-Vartanian, MS, LICSW; M. Alegria, PhD
2:50 p.m. — (112961) Does insurance affect mental health service utilization? Evidence
from the National Latino and Asian American Study. Z. Cao, PhD; M. Alegria, PhD
3:10 p.m. — (107453) Prevalence of suicidal behaviour among public school adolescent
students in Puerto Rico, 2002-04. L. Rodríguez-Figueroa, MSc; M. R. Moscoso-Alvarez,
PhD
3:30 p.m. — (113036) Hispanic attributions of depressed individuals: What are they and
does Spanish-Language dominance matter?. J. T. Siegel, PhD; E. M. Alvaro, PhD, MPH;
S. P. Jones, BA

(5179.0) Mental Illness and Employment

Co-Sponsors: PHN, PHEHP, SC
CE credits: MD, RN, CH
P. B. Gold, PhD, Moderator
2:30 p.m. — (109128) Workplace accommodations that work for persons with mental
illness. M. L. Baldwin, PhD; R. M. B. White, MPH
2:55 p.m. — (112700) Demographic characteristics and employment among people with
severe mental illness: Implications for evidence-based best practices and policy. J. Burke-
Miller, MS; J. Cook, PhD; P. B. Gold, PhD
3:20 p.m. — (112909) A simulation of provider payments under the “Ticket to Work”
program using data from individuals receiving evidence-based practice supported
employment. J. A. Cook, PhD; R. Goldberg, PhD; W. McFarlane, MD; M. S. Shafer,
PhD; P. B. Gold, PhD

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2005: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

(520.0) Mental Health Section Council Meeting

								
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