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Paul K. Leung M.D.

Dr. Leung currently serves as the director of Clinical Services. Being fluent in Vietnamese, Cantonese, Mandarin and Laotian, Dr. Leung is also the director of the Indochinese Psychiatry Program and has special interests in cross-cultural psychiatry. He received his medical degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, in 1981. He completed his psychiatry residency at OHSU. Dr. Leung has been board certified in psychiatry since 1989.

  • Residency:

    • Psychiatry-Oregon Health & Science University, Portland
  • Certifications:

    • Psychiatry, 1989


  • "The natural history of medical and psychiatric disorders in an American Indian community" Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry December 1992
  • "Antidepressant blood levels in southeast asians clinical and cultural implications" Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease  1987
  • "Multicultural mental health services." New directions for mental health services  2000
  • "A cross-cultural study of reactivation of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms" Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease November 1998
  • "High prevalence rates of diabetes and hypertension among refugee psychiatric patients" Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease February 2008
  • "Improving quality assurance through psychiatric mortality and morbidity conferences in a university hospital" Psychiatric Services  1992
  • "Characteristics of state hospital patients who are hard to place" Psychiatric Services  1988
  • "Clonidine in cambodian patients with posttraumatic stress disorder" Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease  1989
  • "Indochinese patients in the civil commitment process" Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law  1993
  • "The prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder and its clinical significance among Southeast Asian refugees" American Journal of Psychiatry  1990
  • "Metoclopramide-associated parkinsonism mimicking functional psychiatric illness" American Journal of Gastroenterology  1989
  • "Group therapy with Southeast Asian refugees" Community Mental Health Journal June 1988
  • "Cross-cultural psychiatric residency training" Academic Psychiatry July 2008
  • "Psychiatric epidemiology of an Indian village a 19-year replication study" Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease  1992
  • "A prospective study of the natural course of alcoholism in a Native American village" Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs  1993
  • "The use of DSM-III axis III in recording physical illness in psychiatric patients" American Journal of Psychiatry  1987
  • "Use of the CES-D in an American Indian village" Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry December 1992
  • "A comparative study of family functioning among vietnamese and cambodian refugees" Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease  1995
  • "Criterion validity of the center for epidemiologic studies depression scale in a population sample from an American Indian village" Psychiatry Research  1993
  • "The intercultural psychiatric program at oregon health and science university"  September 10 2015

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