OPPA Winter Conference Meeting

AGENDA

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FRIDAY
MARCH 15


TIMETOPICSPEAKER
8:00 AM
Welcome Stephanie Maya Lopez, MD, FAPA
8:15 - 9:15 AMIncreased Rates of Suicidality on Inpatient CAP (Child & Adolescent Psychiatry) Kyle Johnson, MD
9:15 - 10:15 AMViolence Risk AssessmentMeridith Griebeler, MD
Laura Levy, MD
10:15 - 10:30 AMBreak
10:30 - 11:30 AMNeurobiology of Addiction and Recovery
Chris Blazes, MD
11:30 - 12:00 PMBreak
12:00 - 1:30 PMMedication for Opioid Use Disorder Systems of Care
Lunch Presentation
Chris Blazes, MD
Meredith Olson-Goldsby, MSW, QMHP-C
Dawnelle Meyer, MS
Behavioral Health Services Administrator, Oregon Department of Corrections
1:30 - 1:45 PMBreak
1:45 - 2:45 PMBiopsychosocial Markers of Risk for Psychopathology During AdolescenceBonnie Nagel, PhD
2:45 - 3:45 PMGambling AddictionsWin Huynh, MD
3:45 - 4:00 PMBreak
4:00 - 5:00 PMDestigmatizing Mental IllnessJennifer Reid, MD (Virtual)
5:00 - 6:00 PMSocial Hour with light hors d'oeuvres and a no-host bar
SATURDAY
MARCH 16


TIMETOPICSPEAKER
8:00 AM
Re-welcome Stephanie Maya Lopez, MD, FAPA
8:15 - 9.15 AMStone Age Body, Space Age DietAnn Childers, MD
9:15 - 9:30 AMBreak
9:30 - 10:30 AMXylazine and Other Newer Substances of AbuseJosh Clearly, DNP, PMHNP-BC
10:30 - 11:30 AMIssues with Generic MedicationsJames Hancey, MD
11:30 - 11:45 AMBreak
11:45 AM - 1:15 PMBusiness Meeting
(OPPA Members Only - Lunch Provided for All)
1:15 - 2:15 PMCultural PsychiatryPamela Guo, MD
2:15 - 3:15 PMPsychology of a Korean ImmigrantHoward Rosenbaum, MD
3:15 - 3:30 PMBreak
3:30 - 4:30 PMDiagnosis TikTok - When Social Media and Mental Health CollidePaul Weigle, MD (Virtual)

SPEAKERS

Dr. Chris Blazes

Dr. Chris Blazes

Dr. Christopher Blazes is Asst. Prof. of Psychiatry and Emergency Medicine at OHSU. He is triple board-certified in psychiatry, addiction psychiatry, and emergency medicine and is the director of the OHSU addiction psychiatry Fellowship. Dr Blazes is a clinician educator whose practice is based out of the Portland VA Medical Center. He lectures widely and publishes on such topics as benzodiazepines, synthetic fentanyl analogues, buprenorphine, and the neurobiology of addiction and recovery.

Dr. Ann Childers

Dr. Ann Childers

Dr. Ann Childers, an Air Force veteran, is a child and adult trained psychiatric physician with a special interest in regaining the physical and mental health of children, adolescents and adults through standard psychiatric care integrated with principles of nutrition and sleep.  She is a speaker and author.  Her most recent chapter was published July of 2023 in the textbook entitled Ketogenic.

Dr. Joshua Clearly

Dr. Joshua Clearly

Dr. Joshua Cleary is an adult inpatient provider at Unity Center for Behavioral Health and an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at OHSU School of Medicine. He graduated from the University of Portland with a B.S.N. in 2015. As a bedside nurse, he practiced in the cardiac, ICU, and emergency settings. He enrolled in the DNP-PMHNP program at the University of San Francisco in 2019 and graduated in 2022. His doctoral project examined the feasibility of low-Earth orbit satellite internet to address the rural telehealth conundrum. Dr. Cleary is passionate about teaching medical learners and caring for patients with severe mental illness and substance use disorders using an evidence-based and trauma-informed approach. When not at the hospital, he likes to spend time running, hiking, exploring Portland’s food scene, and spending time with friends and family.

Dr. Meridith Griebeler

Dr. Meridith Griebeler

Dr. Meridith Griebeler obtained her medical degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and completed psychiatric residency at Oregon Health & Science University. After completing residency, Dr. Griebeler worked as a community mental health provider at New Narratives before joining the OHSU faculty as an assistant professor. For the past five years she has been working with people adjudicated Guilty Except for Insanity at the Oregon State Hospital.

Dr. Pamela Guo

Dr. Pamela Guo

Pamela Guo is currently a PGY-3 psychiatry resident at OHSU in Portland, OR. She graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a B.S. in Neuroscience and a minor in Spanish. Prior to entering medical school, she worked in the UCLA Health Division of Geriatrics and became passionate about serving vulnerable populations, especially ethnic minorities. At Wake Forest School of Medicine, she cultivated her passion for student mental health, minority mental health, and geriatric mental health.

She is the recipient of multiple research, training, and scholarship awards, including the Medical Student Training in Aging Research (MSTAR), funded by the National Institute of Aging, a branch of the National Institute of Health; the Chinese American Medical Society’s (CAMS) scholarship; the Chinese American Physicians’ Society’s (CAP); the Financial Residency Scholarship; and the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) Medical Student Travel Award 2020. Most recently, she was the scholarship recipient for the Oregon Psychoanalytic Center course Fundamentals in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.

Dr. James Hancey

Dr. James Hancey

Dr. James Hancey notes that he first came to OHSU in 1982 to attend a medical school,  He hasn’t made it off the hill yet, or as he likes to point out to others,  “I haven’t gone nowhere in life!” While here, however, he has built a successful career specializing in the treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive and related disorders and providing extensive outpatient consultation service at OHSU and the larger community. Dr Hanley will be discussing the issues with generic medications.

Dr. Win Huynh

Dr. Win Huynh

Dr. Win Huynh is a third year psychiatry resident at Oregon Health and Science University. She’s originally from the Bay Area, California. She completed her undergraduate degree at UC San Diego, where she majored in human biology and taco Tuesday. She spent several years working in oxytocin research in San Francisco, CA before moving to cold and snowy upstate New York where she earned her MD from Albany Medical College.  Win is happy to be back on the West Coast to continue her training. She has broad interests in psychiatry, including emergency psychiatry, psychotherapy and consultation & liason. She hopes to refine her interests with more experience and from the sage advice of the wise psychiatrists who come before her. In her free time, she enjoys snowboarding, live music, and spoiling her dog Milo (who’s a very good

Dr. Kyle Johnson

Dr. Kyle Johnson

Dr. Kyle Johnson is a Professor in the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry where he directs the OHSU Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Consultation-Liaison Service. Dr. Johnson grew up in northeastern Oklahoma and attended both undergraduate and medical school at the University of Oklahoma. He completed his Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry training at OHSU in 1999 and subsequently joined the faculty at OHSU. Dr. Johnson is also an academic advisor in the OHSU School of Medicine. Scholarly interests include pediatric sleep medicine, youth suicide prevention, and  emergency child and adolescent psychiatry. Dr. Johnson is a co-editor of a textbook entitled “Sleep Difficulties and Disorders in Autism Spectrum Disorder”.

Dawnelle Meyer, MS

Dawnelle Meyer, MS

Dawnell Meyer, MS has worked in adult corrections since 2005. She has held a variety of positions since she began her corrections career, but she has been primarily focused on programs provided to the adults in custody. She has overseen cognitive restructuring, parenting, adult basic education, vocational education and mental health and substance use disorder programs. Since 2018, Dawnell has been the Behavioral Health Services Administrator for the Oregon Department of Corrections. In that role she is responsible for all mental health and substance use disorder treatment programs provided in ODOC. She has a Master of Science degree in forensic psychology.

Bonnie Nagel, PhD

Bonnie Nagel, PhD

Bonnie Nagel, PhD is a licensed psychologist and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), where she serves as the Senior Associate Vice President for Research, Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Psychiatry, and Director of the Center for Mental Health Innovation (CMHI).

She is a world-recognized leader in understanding neurodevelopment and mental health problems in youth, and is a part of several of the largest federally-funded projects of childhood mental health in the nation. Her research program has been continuously funded by the National Institutes of Health and philanthropy for over 20 years and is aimed toward identifying biopsychosocial predictors of mental health problems in youth, including work in the areas of substance use, depression, and suicidality. This work is poised to ultimately inform more targeted precision mental health identification, intervention, and problem prevention efforts.

Meredith Olson-Goldsby, MSW, QMHP-C

Meredith Olson-Goldsby, MSW, QMHP-C

Meredith Olson-Goldsby has spent the bulk of her professional career working with adults impacted by addictions and criminal justice system involvement. For the last 14 years, she has served the Oregon Department of Corrections in a variety of capacities, including parenting education, cognitive restructuring programming, and substance use disorder treatment services. She earned her master’s in social work from Portland State University and currently works as the Assistant Administrator for Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services for the Oregon Department of Corrections

Dr. Jennifer Reid

Dr. Jennifer Reid

Dr. Jennifer Reid is a board-certified psychiatrist practicing in the Philadelphia area. She completed medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, where she was chosen by her peers for the Gold Humanism Honor Society Award. She completed her internship in internal medicine and her residency in psychiatry at University of California, Los Angeles. She then completed the UCLA Deutsch Mood Disorders Fellowship, followed by several years as a staff psychiatrist at the LA County Department of Health.

She was most recently on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania department of psychiatry, where she was medical director of the outpatient psychiatry clinic, as well as a clinician-educator. She was awarded the Earl Bond Award for Excellence in Clinical Education by the University of Pennsylvania Department of Psychiatry in 2018, and the Faculty Award for Excellence in Clinical Education by the Department of Family Medicine in 2019. She is now in private practice in Philadelphia, as well as a member of the associate clinical faculty at Penn.

Dr. Reid is a regular contributor to Psychology Today with her blog, Think Like a Shrink and is the creator and host of The Reflective Mind Podcast. She is also a contributor to Giddy, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Doximity and Kevin MD. She lives outside of Philadelphia with her husband, two sons, and a betta fish named Mr. Fishy.

Dr. Howard Rosenbaum

Dr. Howard Rosenbaum

Dr. Rosenbaum (represented in the picture by his grandson) was born and raised in Portland, Oregon and practices psychiatry in Beaverton.  He is President/CEO of Zula Productions.  In his spare time, he enjoys gardening, walking his dog, and laughing at stupid dad jokes.  

Dr. Paul Weigle

Dr. Paul Weigle

Dr. Paul Weigle is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Associate Medical Director at Natchaug Hospital, of Hartford Healthcare, and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at both University of Connecticut School of Medicine and Quinnipiac Medical School.   Dr. Weigle has served on the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry’s Media Committee for the past 20 years, co-chairing the committee for the past 8, and for 8 years on the National Scientific Advisory Board for the Institute of Digital Media and Child Development. He is a nationally recognized expert on the interaction between mental health and screen media habits & experiences and has published dozens of related articles.

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