Michael Goldstein by cuttiegyrl


									     Health Maintenance Consortium
         Ninth Grantee Meeting
                 April 7-8, 2008

            Keynote Speaker
    Michael Goldstein, MD

“Multiple Health Behavior Interventions:
    Lessons from the Real World”

MICHAEL G. GOLDSTEIN, M.D. is Associate Director for Clinical Education and
Research at the Institute for Healthcare Communication (IHC), a non-profit foundation
based in New Haven, CT. The mission of the IHC is to improve the quality of health care
through enhanced clinician-patient communication. Michael is also an Adjunct Professor
of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
and is an Investigator at the Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at The
Miriam Hospital in Providence, RI. At the IHC, Michael’s responsibilities have included
developing and disseminating educational programs to assist clinicians to deliver
patient-centered care, promote patient health behavior change and support self-

Michael has served as Principal Investigator on several National Institutes of Health-
funded research grants to develop and test educational interventions to enhance
clinician delivery of preventive counseling interventions in primary care settings. He has
served on the US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s Tobacco Dependence
Treatment Guideline Panel and was recently appointed as a member of the US FDA
Risk Communication Advisory Committee. Michael has also served as a faculty member
for several national quality improvement projects that focus on enhancing the quality of
self-management support provided to patients with chronic health conditions. Michael is
a Past President of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, a Distinguished Fellow of the
American Psychiatric Association, and a Fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine
and the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare.

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