Barry Hong

Professor of Psychiatry, Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairs, Department of Psychiatry, Professor of Medicine, Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences

    • 2514 Citations
    1975 …2020

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    Research interests

    My research in chronic medical illness has consisted of clinical studies of renal, liver and HIV patients, especially assessing the prevalence of psychiatric disorders. I have also been interested in characterizing the differences between depression in medical versus psychiatric patients. My current research has focused on organ donation. Specifically, I have studied live donors, organ procurement professionals, the circumstances of donation and follow-up studies of live donors and an NIH follow-up study on living lung donors together with five other universities. I am especially interested in altruistic organ donors. My work with Dr. North has involved the production of an educational program for disaster work entitled P-FLASH (Practical Front-line Assistance and Support for Healing).

    Areas of Clinical Interest

    Mental health, medical psychology, clinical psychology, psychological aspects of HIV/AIDS, organ donor behaviors, organ transplantation

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    Research Output

    Academic Psychiatry Department Names: Reflections on Research, Practice, and Education

    Zagoloff, A., Hong, B. A., Freese, R., Palmer, B., Zorumski, C. F., Vinogradov, S. & Robiner, W. N., 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Academic Psychiatry.

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  • A MAPP Network Case-control Study of Urological Chronic Pelvic Pain Compared with Nonurological Pain Conditions

    Afari, N., Buchwald, D., Clauw, D., Hong, B., Hou, X., Krieger, J. N., Mullins, C., Stephens-Shields, A. J., Gasperi, M. & Williams, D. A., Jan 1 2020, In : Clinical Journal of Pain. 36, 1, p. 8-15 8 p.

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    Bridges to Care and Recovery: Addressing Behavioral Health and Mental Health Needs Through the Faith Community

    Scribner, S. S., Poirier, R. F., Orson, W., Jackson-Beavers, R., Rice, B. T., Wilson, K. & Hong, B. A., Jan 1 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Journal of Religion and Health.

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  • Hepatitis C psychoeducation curriculum topics generated by group members

    Pollio, D. E., North, C. S., Sims, O. T. & Hong, B. A., 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Social Work with Groups.

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  • Personality in Combination with Alcohol and Drug Use and Psychiatric Disorders to Predict Psychosocial Characteristics and Behaviors of Hepatitis C Patients

    Sims, O. T., Oh, H., Pollio, D. E., Hong, B. A., Pollio, E. W. & North, C. S., Jan 1 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Journal of clinical psychology in medical settings.

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