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Jane Patricia Gagliardi

Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Adult Psychiatry & Psychology
Box 3182 Med Ctr, Durham, NC 27710
DUMC Box 3182, Durham, NC 27710

Selected Presentations & Appearances

What Can We Learn from Patients About Structural Racism and Systemic Bias? - Duke AHEAD · August 25, 2021 - August 25, 2021 Lecture Duke University interprofessional health educators, Zoom (web-based)
Evidence-Based Medicine - EBM Course for PGY2 Trainees · October 2020 - November 2020 Instructional Course, Workshop, or Symposium University of California, Irvine, Zoom (web-based)
The EMR: Is it Giving Us (and Our Learners) What We Need? - Brophy Professorship · April 24, 2019 - April 27, 2019 Visiting Professorship Lecture University of California, Davis, University of California, Davis

Outreach & Engaged Scholarship

Bass Connections Faculty Team Leader - Using Machine Learning to Generate Clinical Prediction Rules for Clinical Outcomes in Schizophrenia · 2018 - 2019 Projects & Field Work

Primary Theme: Brain & Society

The worldwide economic burden associated with caring for patients with schizophrenia has doubled in the last 10 years, from $62.7 billion in 2002 to $155.7 billion in recent years. Direct healthcare costs (inpatient care, emergency visits, medication costs and long-term care) account for 22-24% of all healthcare expenditures.  Patients with schizophrenia are high utilizers of emergency department (ED) services because of relapse, which may be caused by psychoactive substance use, not taking medications as prescribed and/or lack of efficacy of interventions. These patients frequently need inpatient care, but insufficient resources lead to a situation in which patients are often kept in the ED until the crisis resolves, the substances dissipate from their system, interventions take effect or an inpatient bed becomes available.

Bass Connections Faculty Team Member - Using Machine Learning to Generate Clinical Prediction Rules for Clinical Outcomes in Schizophrenia · August 2017 - May 2018 Projects & Field Work flag United States of America

Service to the Profession

President - Association of Medicine and Psychiatry · October 2017 - October 2019 Event/Organization Administration

The Association of Medicine and Psychiatry (AMP) was founded in 1991 by physicians concerned about the care of patients at the interface of medicine and psychiatry. The Association is an interdisciplinary clinical and scientific group which promotes high quality patient care for those with combined illness, develops guidelines for services and training experiences specifically designed to address the problems of these patients, and fosters basic and clinical research in this area.

The principal objective of the Association is to enhance the care of patients with concurrent physical and neuropsychiatric disorders through teaching, the development of clinical services and research.