The traumatic sequelae of surviving the AIDS crisis, by Kyle Baird, DO.
Dr. Baird is currently employed by the Mental Health Center of Denver, between his 3rd and 4th year of training, as a part of the community mental health career program within the University of Colorado psychiatry residency. His professional interests include community mental health, addiction psychiatry, and trauma- and stressor-related disorders.
The association between HIV/AIDS and childhood sexual abuse: An exploratory case study by Xavier Diao, MD
Dr. Diao is a first-year child and adolescent psychiatry fellow at the NewYork-Presbyterian bi-campus program at Cornell and Columbia. He completed his training in general psychiatry at The Mount Sinai Hospital. His clinical interests include minority mental health (LGBTQ and Asian/Pacific Islander), psychodynamic psychotherapy, and the psychiatric care of transitional age youth.
This zoom session features recent articles from AGLP’s Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health. Dr. Baird will briefly review the evolution of trauma- and stressor-related disorders in the field of psychiatry and discuss several formulations regarding the prolonged psychological sequelae that may develop in survivors of the HIV/AIDS crisis. Dr. Diao will speak about the association between HIV/AIDS and childhood sexual abuse, illustrated by a case example. He will explore epidemiologic, etiologic, and psychiatric considerations of risk-taking behavior in individuals with a history of childhood sexual trauma. His paper won the 2019 JGLMH Outstanding Resident Paper Award.
THIS SESSION IS ONLY FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND TRAINEES INCLUDING MEDICAL STUDENTS
This session is not a Journal Club so you don’t have to read the articles beforehand; but please peruse them if you are interested. Dr. Diao’s article is in Volume 23 Number 4 (2019) Dr. Baird’s article will appear in a future printed issue, but it is now published on line under latest article. The Journal is a benefit of AGLP membership. It is free to download articles for AGLP members. Go to www.aglp.org, Click Member Login and sign in. If you need help with access, please contact the National Office of AGLP. For non-members, to access articles go to https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/wglm20. Your institution may have online benefits for Taylor and Francis Journals.
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