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Endemic Publishiasis: Redux and Growing

Yager, Joel; Taintor, Zebulon
PMID: 28812254
ISSN: 1545-7230
CID: 2670772

Homicidal terrorism: Psychiatric aspects

Chapter by: Taintor, Z
in: Neurobiology of Men's Mental Health by
pp. 193-206
ISBN: 9781634832175
CID: 2026182

Workforce competencies in behavioral health: an overview

Hoge, Michael A; Paris, Manuel Jr; Adger, Hoover Jr; Collins, Frank L Jr; Finn, Cherry V; Fricks, Larry; Gill, Kenneth J; Haber, Judith; Hansen, Marsali; Ida, D J; Kaplan, Linda; Northey, William F Jr; O'Connell, Maria J; Rosen, Anita L; Taintor, Zebulon; Tondora, Janis; Young, Alexander S
Competency-based training approaches are being used more in healthcare to guide curriculum content and ensure accountability and outcomes in the educational process. This article provides an overview of the state of competency development in the field of behavioral health. Specifically, it identifies the groups and organizations that have conducted and supported this work, summarizes their progress in defining and assessing competencies, and discusses both the obstacles and future directions for such initiatives. A major purpose of this article is to provide a compendium of current competency efforts so that these might inform and enhance ongoing competency development in the varied behavioral health disciplines and specialties. These varied resources may also be useful in identifying the core competencies that are common to the multiple disciplines and specialties.
PMID: 16082798
ISSN: 0894-587x
CID: 156555

Internet/computer addiction

Chapter by: Taintor, Zebulon
in: Substance abuse : a comprehensive textbook by Lowinson, Joyce H [Eds]
Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005
pp. ?-?
ISBN: 0781734746
CID: 5490

"Human services technology: innovations in practice and education" [Book Review]

Taintor Z
ISSN: 1075-2730
CID: 61296

Multimedia reviews: multimedia convergence for clinicians

Taintor, Zebulon
Introduction by the column editor: In this final column of the year, Dr. Taintor provides an overview of exciting technological developments via his report on the 2003 annual meeting of the American Association for Technology in Psychiatry (AATP). Advances-and convergences-in technology are providing clinicians with increasingly useful tools to enhance the effectiveness of their treatments, increase access to care, reduce errors, and save time. As Dr. Taintor notes, AATP's meeting is traditionally held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association (APA). I hope that his report will encourage APA's members to attend some of next year's informative sessions
PMID: 14645793
ISSN: 1075-2730
CID: 60806

Reducing stigma and discrimination against older people with mental disorders: a technical consensus statement

Graham, Nori; Lindesay, James; Katona, Cornelius; Bertolote, Jose Manoel; Camus, Vincent; Copeland, John R M; de Mendonca Lima, Carlos A; Gaillard, Michel; Gely Nargeot, Marie Christine; Gray, John; Jacobsson, Lars; Kingma, Mireille; Kuhne, Nicolas; O'Loughlin, Anne; Rutz, Wolfgang; Saraceno, Benedetto; Taintor, Zebulon; Wancata, Johannes
This technical consensus statement is jointly produced by the Old Age Psychiatry section of the World Psychiatric Association and the World Health Organization, with the collaboration of several NGOs and the participation of experts from different Regions.It is intended to be a tool for (i) promoting debate at all levels on the stigmatisation of older people with mental disorders; (ii) outlining the nature, causes and consequences of this stigmatisation; and (iii) promoting and suggesting policies, programmes and actions to combat this stigmatisation
PMID: 12891632
ISSN: 0885-6230
CID: 60807

Managed behavioral health care handbook [Book Review]

Taintor, Z
ISSN: 1075-2730
CID: 33045

Clozapine-benzodiazepine interactions [Letter]

Faisal I; lindenmayer JP; Taintor Z; Cancro R
PMID: 9448658
ISSN: 0160-6689
CID: 60808

State-university collaboration in psychiatry: the Pew Memorial Trust Program

Talbott JA; Bray JD; Flaherty L; Robinowitz C; Taintor Z
This contribution summarizes the background leading up to the goals of and the experience gained from a major national initiative to expand and improve collaborative activities between state departments of mental health and university departments of psychiatry through regional conferences, national workshops, ongoing consultations, and awards. It details the problems of the public system and how successful collaborative efforts have improved the situation, cites the role of one such a program (in Maryland), recounts the process of holding a national invitational conference and the subsequent 'Call to Action,' and summarizes what the Pew Project is intended to do and how the project is progressing
PMID: 1773600
ISSN: 0010-3853
CID: 60809