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Psychologists' Contributions to Medical Education and Interprofessional Education in Medical Schools.

William N Robiner, Barry A Hong, Wendy Ward,

Recognition of the importance of behavioral and psychological phenomena has grown. Patients and physicians are receptive to psychological insights and processes in health and healthcare. Psychologists serve in diverse roles in medical schools, spanning activities such as didactics, rounds, precepting, supervising, mentoring, participating in educational projects, directing courses, and serving ... Read more >>

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Exploring Associations Between Self-Compassion, Self-Criticism, Mental Health, and Quality of Life in Adults with Cystic Fibrosis: Informing Future Interventions.

S Kauser, R Keyte, A Regan, E F Nash, G Fitch, M Mantzios, H Egan,

Self-compassion is increasingly recognised as an important and beneficial factor in quality of life and mental health-related research, but research within the adult cystic fibrosis (CF) population is scarce. In a cross-sectional study, 114 (56 female, 58 male) adults with CF completed and returned a series of validated questionnaires that ... Read more >>

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Transitioning to Telehealth Services in a Pediatric Diabetes Clinic During COVID-19: An Interdisciplinary Quality Improvement Initiative.

Kaitlyn E Brodar, Natalie Hong, Melissa Liddle, Lisandra Hernandez, Judy Waks, Janine Sanchez, Alan Delamater, Eileen Davis,

COVID-19 necessitated a rapid shift to telehealth for psychologists offering consultation-liaison services in pediatric medical settings. However, little is known about how psychologists providing these services adapted to using telehealth service delivery formats. This report details how our interdisciplinary team identified declining psychosocial screener completion and psychology consultation rates as ... Read more >>

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The Before Baby Relationship Checkup: A Couples-Based Intervention to Reduce Relationship Risk Factors for Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders.

Ellen V Darling, Nancy Byatt, Emily L Maher, Tatiana D Gray, Tiffany A Moore Simas, James V Cordova,

Relationship conflict and lack of partner support are risk factors for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. An intervention to strengthen couples' relationships before birth may reduce relationship risk factors for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, though no research has explored this to date. The aims of this Stage 1 open-series ... Read more >>

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The Impact of Brief Interventions on Functioning Among those Demonstrating Anxiety, Depressive, and Adjustment Disorder Symptoms in Primary Care: The Effectiveness of the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) Model.

Kevin M Wilfong, Jeffrey L Goodie, Justin C Curry, Christopher L Hunter, Phillip C Kroke,

Limited scalability combined with limited opportunities for patients to receive evidence-based interventions in traditional behavioral health treatment models for anxiety and depression creates a gap in access to adequate care. Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) is one model of treatment in which behavioral health consultants (BHC) work directly within primary ... Read more >>

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Patient Satisfaction with a Psychology Consultation-Liaison Service at an Academic Medical Center.

Anastasia J Bullock, Alison Sorbello, Kelly L Gilrain, Philip Fizur, Kara S Aplin,

One to two-thirds of all medically admitted patients have comorbid psychiatric concerns. To address the cognitive, behavioral, and emotional factors that affect medical hospitalization, psychological or psychiatric consultation-liaison (CL) services are consulted. The current study was designed to understand patient satisfaction with a CL psychology service and how it was ... Read more >>

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Affective Comorbidity Associated with Symptoms, Lung Function, and Differences Between Patients with COPD for Biomass and Tobacco Smoke Exposure.

Andrea Hernández-Pérez, Inés Vargas-Núñez, Bernardo Moreno-Jiménez, Rogelio Pérez-Padilla, Alejandra Ramírez-Venegas,

Anxiety and depression are common entities in patients diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). This study aimed to determine the prevalence of affective comorbidity (depression and anxiety) associated with lung function, functional capacity, dyspnea, and quality of life; as well as the differences between groups of patients diagnosed with ... Read more >>

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Assessing Psychosocial Distress in Cystic Fibrosis: Validation of the 'Distress in Cystic Fibrosis Scale'.

Caroline Finlay, Sejal Patel, Jonathan Evans,

Experiences of anxiety and depression are common in adults with Cystic Fibrosis (AwCF) (e.g. Quittner in Thorax 69:1090-1097, 2014) and may impact on a wide range of important health-related behaviours, such as adherence to medication and timely attendance for medical review when experiencing pulmonary exacerbation. Common screening measures used in ... Read more >>

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A Call for Interdisciplinary Collaboration to Promote Musculoskeletal Health: The Creation of the International Musculoskeletal Mental and Social Health Consortium (I-MESH).

Ana-Maria Vranceanu, Jafar Bakhshaie, Mira Reichman, David Ring, ,

Despite increasing recognition of psychosocial factors in musculoskeletal conditions, its impact on reducing the global toll of musculoskeletal symptoms has been only incremental. It is time to bring together clinicians and researchers with heterogeneous backgrounds, unified by a commitment to reduce the global impact of musculoskeletal illness by addressing mental ... Read more >>

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Identifying Mental Disorders in Primary Care: Diagnostic Accuracy of the Connected Mind Fast Check (CMFC) Electronic Screen.

Richard Rogers, Sara E Hartigan, Courtney E Sanders,

Primary care physicians (PCPs) often daily address diagnoses and treatment of mental disorders in their practices. The current study examined the Connected Mind Fast Check (CMFC), a two-tiered electronic screen, assessing six common mental disorders. The eight-item Initial Screen assesses possible symptoms, whereas SAM modules establish provisional diagnoses and areas ... Read more >>

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Healthcare Quality Improvement Competency: A Clinical and Training Imperative for Geropsychology.

M Lindsey Jacobs, Michelle E Mlinac,

Quality improvement (QI) work is increasingly necessary to ensure healthcare is delivered safely, efficiently, and equitably. As geropsychologists play an increasingly vital role in healthcare service delivery for older adults, it is imperative that they develop professional competence in QI, yet there is little formal QI training aimed at geropsychologists ... Read more >>

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Extending the Common Sense Model to Explore the Impact of the Fear of COVID-19 on Quality of Life in an International Inflammatory Bowel Disease Cohort.

Bree Hayes, Pragalathan Apputhurai, Antonina Mikocka-Walus, Manuel Barreiro-de Acosta, Charles N Bernstein, Rebecca Burgell, Johan Burisch, Floor Bennebroek Evertsz, Nuno Ferreira, Lesley A Graff, Inês A Trindade, Richard Gearry, Bobby Lo, Anna Mokrowiecka, Gabriele Moser, Megan Petrik, Andreas Stengel, Simon R Knowles,

The aim of this cross-sectional study was to use an extended common sense model (CSM) to evaluate the impact of fear of COVID-19 on quality of life (QoL) in an international inflammatory bowel disease cohort. An online study involving 319 adults (75% female, mean (SD) 14.06 (15.57) years of symptoms) ... Read more >>

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Coronary Artery Disease Patients: Potential Improvements in Mastery and Depressive Symptoms.

Oskar Lundgren, Peter Garvin, Lennart Nilsson, Viktor Tornerefelt, Gerhard Andersson, Margareta Kristenson, Lena Jonasson,

Depressive symptoms after coronary events are associated with a worse prognosis. When changing the focus from psychopathology towards a resilience framework, treatments such as mindfulness meditation could offer novel ways to address psychological distress among coronary artery disease (CAD) patients. We studied the feasibility of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) for ... Read more >>

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Reviewers on Reviewing for Psychological, Health and Medical Journals.

Barry A Hong, Elizabeth D Cash, Barbara A Cubic, Danny Wedding,

Being a reviewer is an honor and it continues to be a very rewarding experience throughout a career. Reviewers get the opportunity to maintain scientific standards and assist in growing the scientific psychological literature. Being a reviewer enhances and integrates scientific values and clinical skills following the scientist-practitioner model. However, ... Read more >>

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Efforts at a Departmental Level: Building a Committee as a Vehicle for Advancing Progress.

Katherine A Lingras, M Elizabeth Alexander, Danielle M Vrieze,

Academic Health Centers (AHCs) across the nation are experiencing a reawakening to the importance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Such work impacts both employees and patients served by healthcare institutions. Yet, for departments without previously existing formal channels for this work, it is not always apparent where to begin. ... Read more >>

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Physical Activity Among Urban Children with Asthma: Does Sleep Matter?

Christina D'Angelo, Elissa Jelalian, Shira Dunsiger, Rebecca Noga, Sheryl J Kopel, Julie Boergers, Katherine Mitchell, Kate Powers, Daphne Koinis-Mitchell,

The present study examined associations between sleep and physical activity among a diverse sample of 97 urban children (ages 7-9) with persistent asthma. Differences in associations were evaluated by race/ethnicity and weight status. The extent to which sleep moderated the association between lung function and physical activity was also evaluated. ... Read more >>

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Pediatric Consultation-Liaison: Patient Characteristics and Considerations for Training in Evidence-Based Practices.

Amanda A Bowling, Sarah Kate Bearman, Weixi Wang, Leslie A Guzman, Eric Daleiden,

Consultation-liaison services are an integral part of many pediatric hospital settings, yet characteristics of this patient population have not been extensively documented. The current study is a retrospective one-year chart review of the consultation-liaison service at a large pediatric hospital in the Southwestern United States. The purpose of this study ... Read more >>

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Primary Care: A Study of General Practices in England.

Sean Cowlishaw, Olivia Metcalf, Caleb Stone, Meaghan O'Donnell, Annett Lotzin, David Forbes, Kelsey Hegarty, David Kessler,

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) may be a common issue in primary care in the UK, but there have been no studies of all-cause PTSD in general samples of attenders in this country. The current paper thus explores the extent and distribution of probable PTSD among patients attending general practices in ... Read more >>

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Assessing Parental Anxiety in Pediatric Food Allergy: Development of the Worry About Food Allergy Questionnaire.

Stefanie Poehacker, Alix McLaughlin, Tori Humiston, Catherine Peterson,

Food allergies (FAs) in children are increasingly common, and strict allergen avoidance and safety concerns place parents at risk for anxiety (Lau et al. in Pediatr Allergy Immunol 25:236-242, 2014). Assessing parental anxiety with generic instruments may not capture the unique experience of parents managing children's FAs. This study developed ... Read more >>

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Behavioral Strategies to Minimize Procedural Distress During In-Office Pediatric Tympanostomy Tube Placement Without Sedation or Restraint.

Lindsey L Cohen, Abigail S Robbertz, Laura J England,

The purpose of this study was to evaluate behavioral strategies to minimize procedural distress associated with in-office tympanostomy tube placement for children without general anesthesia, sedation, or papoose-board restraints. 120 6-month- to 4-year-olds and 102 5- to 12-year-olds were treated at 16 otolaryngology practices. Mean age of children was 4.7 years ... Read more >>

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Exploring the Relationship Between Self-Isolation and Distress Among People with Gastrointestinal Disorders During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Antonina Mikocka-Walus, David Skvarc, Manuel Barreiro de Acosta, Floor Bennebroek Evertsz, Charles N Bernstein, Johan Burisch, Nuno Ferreira, Richard B Gearry, Lesley A Graff, Sharon Jedel, Anna Mokrowiecka, Andreas Stengel, Inês A Trindade, Miranda A L van Tilburg, Simon R Knowles,

This study aimed to explore the association between perceived isolation and symptoms of distress in people with GI disorders at the time of the pandemic; and to examine factors which moderate this relationship. This online cross-sectional survey was advertised in May-September 2020 via patient organisations and associated social media. Overall, ... Read more >>

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Intolerance of Uncertainty and Health-Related Anxiety in Youth amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: Understanding and Weathering the Continuing Storm.

Ciera Korte, Robert D Friedberg, Tammy Wilgenbusch, Jennifer K Paternostro, Kimberly Brown, Anusha Kakolu, Josh Tiller-Ormord, Raman Baweja, Marissa Cassar, Agatha Barnowski, Yasaman Movahedi, Krista Kohl, William Martinez, Sandra Trafalis, Yan Leykin,

The COVID-19 pandemic is a public health crisis that continues to impact individuals worldwide. While children may be less susceptible to severe medical complications, they are nonetheless vulnerable to stress and anxiety associated with the pandemic. However, current understanding of psychological functioning and potential strategies to mitigate distress amid a ... Read more >>

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Psychologist and Physician Inter-Professional Collaborative Experiences in Primary Care Integration.

Jenesse E Kaitz, Sukanya Ray,

In recent years, the subject of integrated healthcare, including the integration of behavioral health services into primary care, within the healthcare field has been increasingly of interest to researchers, providers, and policy makers. However, little is known about the experiences of providers within integrated care and the impact of these ... Read more >>

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She Screened Positive for Depression at the First Prenatal Visit, What Really Happens Next?

Ellen J Tourtelot, Jasmine R Davis, Nicole Trabold, Devyani K Shah, Ellen Poleshuck,

The aim of this mixed-methods study was to evaluate how providers in a busy urban practice with universal depression screening and co-located behavioral health services responded to positive screens and to explore patient expectations and attitudes towards positive screens. Semi-structured interviews of 20 pregnant women were conducted within 10 days of ... Read more >>

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The Relationship Between Psychological Resilience and Pain Threshold and Tolerance: Optimism and Grit as Moderators.

Ashley Buckingham, Elizabeth J Richardson,

This study examined factors that may enhance the relationship between resilience and time to pain threshold and tolerance during experimentally induced pain among 62 healthy adults recruited from a student population. Specifically, dispositional optimism and psychological grit were examined as moderators of the relationship between resilience and pain outcomes. Zero-order ... Read more >>

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