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  • Kirt Love
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    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 17, 2006
      Gulf War and Health: Stress, Open Meeting, Presentations and Statements to the committee by Speakers
       

      Thank you for attending the committee on Gulf War and Health:  Physiologic, Psychologic and Psychosocial effects of Deployment Related Stress, open meeting on February 13, 2006.

      On our website, we have posted the PowerPoint presentations and statements for which we have received signed permission.

      http://www.iom.edu/CMS/3793/32410/32478.aspx

      Please check our website periodically for updates.

      Thank you,
      Gulf War and Health Staff


      INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
      MEETING OF THE PTSD SUBCOMMITTEE
      Keck Building Room 201
      500 5th Street NW
      Washington, DC

      MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2006
      OPEN SESSION AGENDA

      Session 1 – PTSD Diagnosis

      8: 30 AM                    Welcome
                                      
      Richard Mayeux, MD, MSc, Chair
                                      
      Columbia University                          

      8:45 – 9:30                 Progress and Controversy in the Diagnosis of PTSD
                                      
      Richard McNally, PhD
                                      
      Harvard University

      9:30 – 10:15               Controversy over the Psychological Risks of Vietnam:
                                                    A Revisit with New Data and Methods
                                      
      Bruce Dohrenwend, PhD
                                      
      Columbia University

      10:15 – 11:00             Issues and Controversies
                                      
      Sally Satel, MD
                                      
      American Enterprise Institute

      11:00 – 11:30             Q & A

      11:30 – 11:45             Break

      Session 2 – Charge to the Committee

      11:45 – 12:15 PM       VA Tasking the Committee with its Charge
                                      
      Mark Shelhorse, MD
                                      
      Acting Deputy Chief Patient Care Services Officer for Mental Health, VA

      12:15 – 1:15                Lunch

      Session 3 – PTSD Diagnosis and Assessment

      1:15 – 2:15                  Diagnosis and Assessment
                                       
      Matthew Friedman, MD, PhD
                                       
      National Center for PTSD

                                        PowerPoint Presentation

      2:15 – 3:00                  Assessment of Traumatic Exposure and its Consequences
                                       
      Terry Keane, PhD
                                       
      VA Boston Healthcare System

                                        PowerPoint Presentation

      3:00 – 3:45                  Combat Trauma and Military Personnel
                                       
      Jonathan Shay, MD, PhD
                                        
      VA Boston Healthcare System

                                        Statement to the Committtee

      3:45 - 4:15                  The APA's Development and Revision Process for
                                                   DSM-IV PTSD Diagnostic Criteria
                                        Darrel Regier, MD, MPH
                                        Executive Director, American Psychiatric Institute
                                                   for Research and Education

                                        Statement to the committee

      4:15 – 5:00 PM           Plenary Session


      Resources And Links
      Statement.PTSD.Regier
      Statement.PTSD.Shay
      Presentation.PTSD.Friedman
      Presentation.PTSD.Keane




       
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