Resident Poster Competition

Resident and Student Poster Competition 2014

The APA once again recognized the best RESIDENT and MEDICAL STUDENT POSTER at a special Resident Poster Sessions at the 2014 APA MEETING. Abstracts were judged by the editors of Academic Psychiatry and presented the awards on Saturday, May 3, 2014. Over 400 posters were received and one winning poster was selected from each of the 4 categories:

Category: Psychosocial and Biomedical
Veronica Raney, MD
“The Impact of Maternal Childhood Abuse on Obstetrical Outcome: A Transgenerational Effect"

Category: Community Service
Jason Boudreaux, MD
“Using Mental Health Outreach Teams in the Emergency Department to Improve Engagement in Treatment”

Category:  Patient Care and Epidemiology
Kathryn Ridout, MD, PhD
“Characteristics of Antipsychotic Users from 2003 to 2010 in the United States”

Category: Curriculum Development and Education
Thomas Kim, MD
“A Randomized Controlled Study Using Virtual Patients to Enhance Medical Students’ Empathic Communication”

Notable Posters:
Graham Gaylord
“Mental Health Referrals From Primary Care: Does Shared Mental Health Care Make a Difference?”

Andrea Crowell, MD
“Using Standardized Patients to Teach Agitation Management"

Jessica Coker, MD         
“Predictors of Suicidal Ideation During the Postpartum Period: A Longitudinal, Prospective Cohort Study”