Research and Publications
Recent and Current Resident Research, Publications and Presentations
Lucy Lloyd, MD:
"Media Use and Children: A Review of Cyberbullying, Internet Addiction, and Sexting" presented to Oregon Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry annual meeting, Feb 4, 2010, Portland, OR.
Daniel Bristow, MD:
Television and the social idealization and disillusionment of medicine, focusing on TV's misrepresentations of the power of medicine and how the public comes to expect unrealistic medical results in their own care.
"The unknown efficiency benefits of EMR on outpatient psychiatry documentation." manuscript was accepted August 22, 2012 for publication in American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal. Currently in press.
Erin McCune, DO:
Presentation: Oregon Children's Mental Health Conference, February 2012, "Cyberbullying, Sexting and Internet Addiction"
Publication: American Journal Of Psychiatry- The Residents' Journal, Feb 2011, article entitled "A Case of Olanzapine Induced Dysphagia"
Research: 1. Diagnostic and Functional Outcomes of Adults Diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder as Children 2. Cyberbullying, Sexting and Internet Addiction Amongst Youth in High Intensity Psychiatric Care
Andrea Moore, MD:
"Bath Salts: Not intended for human consumption... seriously!" This is a review of the new synthetic group of drugs called Bath salts. Presented at Grand rounds in Oct 2011, will be presented at APA in Philadelphia in May 2012.
Andrea Moore, MD and Clara Ruiz, MD:
"Media use in children - Review of Internet Addiction, Cyberbulling and Sexting." Presented at child OPA conference in Feb 2012 and international child conference in Paris , July 2012.
Alisha Moreland, MD:
OPA publication on Treating Autism and Aggression, co-authored with Dr. Wilson in 2009-2010.
Edits for the Resident's American Journal of Psychiatry on treatment resistant psychosis.
CareOregon CSSI Conference, October 11, 2012, Healing Hurt People: A Public Health Approach to Managing the Disease of Violence.
Clara Ruiz, MD and Neisha D'Souza, MD:
Social Media and psychiatry, March 2012 OPA CME Conference.