OPPF ANNUAL RESEARCH AWARDS
OPPF encourages scholarly work in Ohio by presenting annual research awards/recognition in three separate categories:
- General OPPA Members
- Resident-Fellow OPPA Members
- Medical Students
OPPF Research Award Criteria 2021-2022
Congratulations to this year's recipients for work published in 2020!
Medical Student Category
Prevalence of psychiatric morbidity following discharge after COVID-19 hospitalization
Matthew Sanchez, MD
Our congratulations to all the winners and runner-ups, and our compliments to all those who submitted an entry to the OPPF Research Awards Competition.
The Ohio Psychiatric Physicians Foundation (OPPF) is pleased to announce the Enlightenment Awards program. The award recognizes outstanding activities, presentations or publications during 2021 which enhance the public's access to treatment and/or enhances the public's understanding of mental disorders or decreases the stigma often associated with mental illness.
Congratulations to this year's Enlightenment Award recipient
For its outstanding contributions in 2020 that enhanced the public’s understanding of and decreased the stigma associated with mental illness.
The Ohio CareLine is a toll-free emotional support call service created by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and administered in community settings. Mental health and substance use disorder health professionals’ staff the CareLine 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They offer confidential support in times of personal or family crisis when individuals may be struggling to cope with challenges in their lives. When callers need additional services, they will receive assistance and connection to local providers.
To learn more about Ohio CareLine visit http://mha.ohio.gov
Click HERE to review the Press Release
Nominees can include an individual, organization, government entity, media (newspaper, radio or TV station or internet based communication) or a form of art.
Nominations are currently being accepted. Click HERE for the criteria and nomination form. Nominations can also be made ONLINE.
Virtual Poster Presentation
For the Ohio Psychiatric Physicians Association's (OPPA) Annual Psychiatric Update, the OPPA and OPPF invite all OPPA members, Resident/Fellow members and medical students to participate in the poster presentation portion of the meeting. A poster presentation is an excellent way for members and medical students to communicate your research and your understanding of a topic in a short and concise format, which includes a poster presentation and a brief (2-3 minutes) explanation.
The Ohio Psychiatric Physicians Association (OPPA) and Ohio Psychiatric Physicians Foundation (OPPF) were excited to present the OPPF Poster Contest virtually this year. Scroll below to view each poster presentation.
The OPPF wishes to thank all the authors, presenters and excellent posters that were submitted this year. It is our pleasure to announce the first and second place winners (click on image to enlarge):
The following submissions received honorable mention:
Run the Interview Gauntlet! A Virtual Seminar to Empower Senior Medical Students
in the Match During COVID -19
Authors: Mitchell McDaniel, MS4 and Victoria Kelly, MD, Thomas Roach, DO, PGY-3, Joseph Kamel, DO, PGY-1, Mang-tak Kwok, MD, Jamie Dowling PhD, MPH, Kristi Skeel Williams, MD, University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences
Acute Infarct of the Left Caudate Presenting as Alcohol Withdrawal: A Case Study
Authors:Tom Valentine, DO, PGY-2, Riverside Methodist Hospital, Jaydip Mehta, OMS-IV, Heather Theibert, DO
Training in Psychiatry Residency: Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder and Its Treatment
Author: Rajesh K. Mehta, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, MetroHealth Medical Center
University of Cincinnati and Adams County Health Department: An Innovative Partnership and National Model for Residency Telepsychiatry Education
Authors: Shafi Lodhi, MD, PGY-4, John Henning, MD, PGY-4, and Chris Marett, MD, University of Cincinnati
Psychotic Denial of Pregnancy
Authors: Elizabeth Wyler, MS4 and Nita Bhatt, MD, Wright State University
Diagnosing Werewolves, Vampires and Ghosts: Teaching Delusional Misidentification Syndromes through Medical Student Peer-to-Peer Education
Authors: Katarina Hughes, MS3 and Victoria Kelly, MD, University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences
A Comprehensive Diagnostic Intervention for Medically and Psychiatrically Complex Patients: Describing the Prototype Through a Case Report
Author: Trygve Dolber, MD, Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine
The Truth in a Delusion: a case report on delusions of military service in a United States Army veteran with schizoaffective disorder
Authors: Maria Rechtin, MS3, Nita Bhatt, MD, Wright State University; Peter Iversen, MD, Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare
Meaningful Connections to Minimize Corrections: Initiation of a Multi-Site Forensic Outreach Clinic in Rural Ohio
Authors: John Henning, MD, PGY-4, Shafi Lodhi, MD, PGY-4, and Chris Marett, MD, University of Cincinnati
Boot Camp for Residents: A Quality Improvement Pilot Project to Prepare Psychiatry Residents for Consultations
Authors: Victoria Kelly, MD, Kelechi Acholonu, DO, PGY-1, Joseph Kamel, DO, PGY-1, Tyler Snyder MD, PGY-1, Hall Wang MD, PGY-1, Hirsh Shah, MS3, University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences