2023.01.26 – Assessment and Management of Neuropsychiatric Disturbances after Traumatic Brain Injury (Recorded Webinar)
A David Strauss Memorial Clinical Lecture recorded webinar featuring Durga Roy, M.D.
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Aired live on January 26, 2023. Includes 1 ACBIS CEU.
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In this David Strauss Clinical webinar, Durga Roy, M.D., FACLP, will discuss her clinical experience and research in the assessment and management of neuropsychiatric disturbances after traumatic brain injury.
- Identify rates of neuropsychiatric symptoms in the first year of TBI.
- Describe clinical and demographic risk factors associated with the development of neuropsychiatric symptoms within the first year of TBI.
- List the pharmacologic and psychosocial interventions used to treat neuropsychiatric symptoms after TBI.
Durga Roy, M.D., FACLP, is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Medical Director of the Johns Hopkins Neuropsychiatry and Brain Injury Clinic, and Head Injury Outpatient Psychiatric Day Program. She is the Director of Education for the Johns Hopkins Psychiatry Internship and the Director for the Consult-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is board certified in general adult psychiatry, consult-liaison psychiatry, and behavioral neurology/neuropsychiatry. She has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications focused on neuropsychiatric outcomes after traumatic brain injury. Her area of research interest focuses on the neurobiology of depression after traumatic brain injury and the study of prognostic markers for depressive symptoms after traumatic brain injury using resting-state functional neuroimaging techniques.