Prevention in the Era of COVID-19 and the Role of Behavioral Health Care Teams.

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2021-04

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Balasuriya, Lilanthi, Shea Jorgensen and Marvin S Swartz (2021). Prevention in the Era of COVID-19 and the Role of Behavioral Health Care Teams. Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.), 72(4). p. 369. 10.1176/appi.ps.72401 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/22740.

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Marvin Stanley Swartz

Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

My major research interest is in examining the effectiveness of services for severely mentally ill individuals, including factors that improve or impede good outcomes. Current research includes: the effectiveness of involuntary outpatient commitment, psychiatric advance directives, criminal justice outcomes for persons with mental illnesses, violence and mental illness and antipsychotic medications.

I also served as member of the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Mandated Community Treatment. In this and related work we are examining the role legal tools such as Psychiatric Advance Directives may play in improving outcomes for persons with severe mental illness. In this regard, I served as Co-PI with Jeffrey Swanson of a NIMH study examining the effectiveness of Psychiatric Advance Directives and a MacArthur Foundation grant supporting their dissemination. We are also evaluating New York's Assisted Outpatient Treatment Program (Kendra's Law) and estimating the cost of criminal justice involvement in severely mentally ill individuals.

I am also involved in clinical trials in schizophrenia and served as Co-PI of the NIMH funded Clinical Antipsychotics Trials of Intervention Effectiveness study investigating the role of antipsychotics in treatment outcomes in schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s Disease.


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