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2020

Benedek, D. M. (2020, June). Wellbeing of healthcare workers during COVID-19. Webinar panelist presentation at the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health, Bethesda, MD.

Cozza, S. J. (2020, May). Death notification, grief, and posttraumatic stress: Implications for COVID-19 deaths. Webinar presented at the National Child Traumatic Stress Network: Child Traumatic Grief-Traumatic Separation Committee Journal Club.

Cozza, S. J. (2020, May). COVID-19: Supporting families and children. Webinar presented at the Military Child Education Coalition.

Cozza, S. J. (2020, May). COVID-19: Supporting families and children. Webinar presented at Berkshire Community College, MA.

Cozza, S. J. (2020, June). PTSD and the military/veteran family. Webinar presented to the Military Child Education Coalition.

Cozza, S. J. & Shear, M. K. (2020, May). Stepping Forward in Grief: An online selective intervention for bereaved military families. Webinar presented at the VA/DoD Survivors Forum.

Dempsey, C. L., Benedek, D. M., Zuromski, K., Nock, M. K., Aliaga, P., Ao, J., Georg, M. W., Broshek, C., Mullins-Hussain, B., Weinberg, A., & Ursano, R. J. (2020, August). Risk and resilience of lifetime stressful experiences among US Army Soldiers at risk for suicide. Virtual poster presentation at the American Psychological Association’s 2020 Virtual Convention.

Fattal, O., Eros-Sarnyai, M., Salway, J., Morganstein, J. C. (2020, June). Personal and professional wellness. Webinar panelist presentation at Module 2 (of 5), Healing, Education, Resilience and Opportunity for New York’s Frontline Workers, Greater New York Hospital Association.

Flynn, B. W., & Morganstein, J. C. (2020, March). Disasters and mental health in today’s world: Implications for state mental health authorities. Webinar presented at the State Commissioners monthly meeting, National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors.

Flynn, B. W., & Morganstein, J. C. (2020, April). Disasters and mental health in today’s world: Implications for mental health leadership. Webinar presented to the National Representatives for the International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership.

Flynn, B. W., Vance, M. C., & Morganstein, J. C. (2020, July). Challenges and hope in a time of chaos. Webinar presented at the All-Hands meeting for the Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Flynn, B. W., & Morganstein, J. C. (2020, August). Disasters and behavioral health in today’s world: Implications for leadership. Webinar presented to the College of Behavioral Health Leadership and the International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, April). COVID-19 and mental health: How Army psychiatrists can help. Webinar presented at the United States Army Psychiatrists “All Call”, United States Army Medical Command, Defense Health Agency.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, April). Sustaining healthcare worker & organizational wellbeing in a prolonged crisis: Challenges and opportunities during COVID-19. Webinar presented at the Wellbeing Committee meeting, Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, April). Preparing for a marathon: Caring for patients and sustaining the well-being of healthcare workers during COVID-19. Webinar presented at the Annual Spring Highlights, American Psychiatric Association.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, May). Caring for ourselves and patients during prolonged crisis: Challenges and opportunities in public mental health. Webinar presented at Fellows Town Hall, American Psychiatric Association Foundation.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, May). Clinician well-being during COVID-19: Challenges and opportunities. Webinar presented at “Supporting Clinician Well-Being During COVID-19”, National Academies of Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience in partnership with the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education, American Hospital Association, and Association of American Medical Colleges.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, May). Sustaining the well-being of healthcare workers during COVID-19. Webinar presented at Health & Wellness Grand Rounds, Texas A&M University Health Science Center College of Medicine.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, May). Sustaining a healthcare workforce during prolonged crisis: Challenges & opportunities for high-risk occupations. Webinar presented at the COVID-19 Town Hall, American Society of Anesthesiologists.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, June). Addressing and supporting physician mental health during challenging times. Webinar presented at Well-being and Professional Fulfillment Program, American College of Physicians.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, June). Healthcare worker sustainment and patient care during prolonged crisis: Finding structure in chaos. Webinar presented at the “Mental Health in the COVID-19 Pandemic” annual conference, Disaster Psychiatry Canada.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, June). COVID-19 and mental health: Crisis leadership and healthcare workforce resilience. Webinar presented at the Virtual Learning Hour Special Series, Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Well Being Trust.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, June). Sustaining the well-being of healthcare workers during COVID-19. Webinar presented at Caregiver Grand Rounds, Tufts Medical Center.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, September). Finding structure in chaos: Leadership, risk, and virtual care during COVID-19. Webinar presented at the symposium “Confronting the Pandemic: A Mental Health Perspective and Maintaining Operational Readiness of NATO Forces,” North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, October). Psychosocial impacts of crisis and disaster events: How individuals, organizations, and leaders can help. Webinar presented at the Federal Workforce Summit, Government Executive and Graduate School USA.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, October). Enduring through disillusionment: Finding structure in the chaos of a prolonged global health crisis. Webinar presented at the Well-Being Committee, Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, October). Psychological and behavioral impact of disasters in COVID-19. Webinar presented at Trauma and Mind in War and Life, Understanding and Treating Trauma: A Psychoanalytic Psychodynamic Philosophical Perspective, The Contemporary Freudian Society.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, October). Finding structure in chaos: Sustainment for healthcare workers and patients during COVID-19. Webinar presented at the 24th Annual Speakers Forum, Pro Bono Counseling Project.

Morganstein, J. C. (2020, October). COVID-19 & public mental health: Enhancing resilience for patients & healthcare workers during prolonged crisis. Webinar presented at the Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center, Veterans Administration.

Morganstein, J. C., Cozza, S. J., West, J. C., Koyfman, S., & Ursano, R. J. (2020, March). Covid-19 and mental health: Caring for the public and ourselves. Webinar presented to the membership, American Psychiatric Association.

Morganstein, J. C., Wynn, G. H., & Benedek, D. M. (2020, September). Enhancing sustainment and fostering resilience for military health care workers responding to COVID-19. Webinar presented for the Clinical Case Conference series, Joint Trauma System, Defense Health Agency, Department of Defense.

Spangler, P., Azad, A., West, J., Benedek, D., Zhang, L., Gill, J., Dempsey, C., Paxton, M., Phares, A., Mai, J. (2020, August). Nightmare deconstruction and reprocessing: Integrating collection of physiologic stress indicators via wearable technology and genomic analyses in piloting a psychotherapy for trauma-related nightmares. Virtual poster presentation at the American Psychological Association’s 2020 Virtual Convention.

Ursano, R. J. (2020, March) Disaster Psychiatry and Behavioral Health From War and Terrorism to Earthquakes... and Coronavirus, Finding Structure in Chaos. Webinar presentation given for Boston Veterans Affairs, Grand Rounds. Boston, MA.

Ursano, R. J. (2020, June) Disaster Psychiatry and Behavioral Health From War and Terrorism to Earthquakes... and Coronavirus. Virtual presentation at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Department of Psychiatry, Grand Rounds. Chapel Hill, NC.

Ursano, R. J. (2020, June). Mental health in the COVID-19 pandemic. Webinar presented at the “Mental Health in the COVID-19 Pandemic” annual conference, Disaster Psychiatry Canada.

Vance, M. C., Chang, M. M., Sussman, J. B., Zivin, K., & Pfeiffer, P. N. (2020, August). Predicting clinically significant response to primary care treatment for depression in veterans using electronic health records. Virtual poster presentation at the Academy Health Annual Research Meeting.