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CS2-09 - The Power and Potential of Asynchronous Telepsychiatry

Monday, April 30
11:30 AM - 12:45 PM
Location: E253AB

Explore how asynchronous telepsychiatry (in which medical information is collected and sent via email or Web applications for later expert review and advice) offers powerful and cost-effective behavioral health expertise to primary care and other settings. Furthermore, examine how artificial intelligence tools like word recognition and language translation extend the benefits of asynchronous telepsychiatry to people with limited English proficiency. Discover the power and potential of this form of stepped integrated behavioral health care in reaching and helping more patients than ever before.

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Peter Yellowlees

Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
UC Davis Health System

Dr. Yellowlees is a Professor at the University of California Davis. He is also the President of the American Telemedicine Association

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Alvaro D. Gonzalez

Mental Health Therapist
University of California Davis Medical Center

Alvaro Gonzalez is a Mental Health Therapist for the University of California Davis Medical Center.

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Steven Chan

Physician Fellow
University of California, San Francisco

Clinical Informatics Fellow, UC San Francisco, Division of Hospital Medicine
Co-investigator, UC Davis Psychiatry, Virtual Collaborative Care Network

Steven Chan (@StevenChanMD, www.stevenchanMD.com), is UC San Francisco's (UCSF) inaugural Clinical Informatics physician fellow and an actively-practicing physician in psychiatry & behavioral sciences, specializing in mood, anxiety, PTSD, attention, and psychotic disorders. Dr. Chan serves as editorial boardmember for the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) Mental Health. Dr. Chan is co-investigator on R01 grant-funded research in the areas of digital mental health, and applications for cultural psychiatry and underserved minority health. Dr. Chan's ideas, thoughts, and research have been featured in JAMA, Telemedicine and e-Health, JMIR (Journal of Medical Internet Research), Wired, PBS, and NPR Ideastream. Dr. Chan serves as Vice Chair for the Workgroup on Mental Health & Psychiatric Apps at the American Psychiatric Association (APA), a part of the Committee on Mental Health Information Technology, and serves on the Committee of Telepsychiatry. Dr. Chan draws from his extensive medical, business, and informatics training at California’s leading institutes — UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, UC Davis, as well as UCLA, UC San Francisco and Stanford University.

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Michelle Parish

SRA 4 Supervisor, Research Project Manager at UC Davis Health System
University of California at Davis

Michelle Burke Parish is a project manager in clinical research at the University of California, Davis in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Mrs. Burke Parish has a Masters Degree in Psychology and is a candidate for a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science and Healthcare Leadership at the University of California, Davis. She has participated in research in clinical psychology, neuroscience and telepsychiatry and e-health. She is a contributing author in the area of telemedicine, e-health and applications of social media in healthcare.

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