I regularly hold a committee meeting on Google+ Hangouts to include people from different Universities in different states and countries and this usually goes very well, but this morning, everyone's voice was distorted. It was bad enough that I had to cancel the meeting.
If you work in academics, you're going to find this funny...
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Strong Advocacy Effort Needed to Help Smokers with Mental Illness
By Jill Williams, M.D., and Marie Verna
Save the Date: June 26th, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Topic: Strong Advocacy Effort Needed to Help Smokers with Mental Illness
Speaker: Dr. Jill Williams
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I'd love to see what contexts others use in their system because Mike's points are making me think I should reconsider my current system.
What contexts do you include in your GTD or other productivity system?
Currently, I use:
Computer - Easy (for things that take relatively little cognitive effort)
Office (these may also be on the computer, but they must be completed in the office for various reasons)
Soon - but not yet
A 2-Day CME-CE Certified Activity
March 24 & 25, 2015
Treating Tobacco Dependence in Mental Health Settings is a two-day training developed for psychiatrists, nurses, counselors and other behavioral health professionals which prepares the practitioner to effectively deliver tobacco services to smokers with mental illness.
ONLINE Registration at https://njtobaccofree.rwjms.rutgers.edu/
Full brochure available at http://ccoe.rbhs.rutgers.edu/catalog/courses/pdf/15MR07.pdf
Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
335 George Street, 3rd Floor
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
CE Activity Director:
Jill M. Williams, MD
Division of Addiction Psychiatry
Registration Fee: $200.00
Fee includes tuition, handout materials, continental breakfast, continuing education credit and certification costs.
For more information:
Phone: 732-235-4341| firstname.lastname@example.org
- University of South Florida (Ph.D.)Clinical Psychology
- University of South Florida (M.A.)Clinical Psychology
- Rutgers University (B.A.)Psychology, Communication
- Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical GroupClinical Psychologist, presentAs a clinical psychologist, I see patients as part of our faculty practice, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical Group. My practice focuses on substance use, depression, anxiety, stress management, and behaviors influencing other medical conditions (e.g., exercise, diet, medication adherence). Depending on the issue, my main treatment modalities include cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing (MI).
- Rutgers UniversityAssociate Professor of Psychiatry, presentI'm an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Associate Director, Division of Addiction Psychiatry at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School where I conduct research on tobacco use and dependence. As a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers, I also train clinicians in the use of motivational interviewing. Other professional memberships include the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) and the American Psychological Association's Society of Addiction Psychology (APA Division 50). I am an Associate Editor for the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research. As an academic, I design and conduct research focused on mechanisms related to motivation to quit smoking and on tobacco use. Specific areas of interest within tobacco dependence include: treatment issues, smokers with mental illness, motivational interviewing, self-control strength theory, and task persistence.
Collaborative efforts help mental health patients quit smoking
To combat reliance on tobacco in mental health populations, experts agree that mental health services and government-sponsored tobacco contr
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