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Services Effectiveness Research Program (SERP)

Duke University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Staff Directory


Christine Wilder, MD

Research Associate, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Phone 919-682-8394
Fax 919-682-1907
Email christine.wilder@duke.edu
CV or Biosketch Biosketch
Mailing Adress Box 3071 DUMC, Durham, NC 27701

Education:

1992 1996 BA, Biology/Geology, summa cum laude, University of Tennessee

1998 2002 MD, University of Virginia School of Medicine

2002 2003 MS, Health Evaluation Sciences, University of Virginia

2003 2004 Psychiatry Internship, University of California , Davis School of Medicine

2004 2007 Psychiatry Residency, Duke University School of Medicine

2007 2009 National Research Services Award Post-doctoral Fellow in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Systems, Duke University School of Medicine

Research Projects:

Publications:

Swartz M, Wilder C, Swanson J, Van Dorn R, Robbins P, Steadman H, Moser L, Gilbert A, and Monahan J. In press . Assessing outcomes for consumers under New York 's assisted outpatient treatment program. Psychiatric Services .

Robbins R, Keator K, Steadman H, Swanson J, Wilder C, Swartz M. In press . Regional differences in New York 's assisted outpatient treatment program. Psychiatric Services .

Van Dorn R, Swanson J, Swartz M, Wilder C, Moser L, Gilbert A, Cislo A, Robbins P. In press . What happens after involuntary outpatient commitment ends? Continuing medication and hospitalization outcomes following assisted outpatient treatment in New York . Psychiatric Services .

Swanson J, Van Dorn R, Swartz M, Cislo A, Wilder C, Moser L, Gilbert A, McGuire T. In press . Robbing Peter to pay Paul: Did New York State's involuntary outpatient commitment program crowd out voluntary service recipients? Psychiatric Services .

Wilder C, Elbogen E, Moser L, Swanson J, and Swartz M. 2010. Medication preferences and adherence among individuals with severe mental illness and psychiatric advance directives. Psychiatric Services 61: 380-385.

Elbogen E, Wilder C, Swartz M, and Swanson J. 2008. Caregivers as money managers for adults with severe mental illness: how treatment providers can help. Academic Psychiatry 32: 104-110.

Swanson J, Swartz M, Elbogen E, Van Dorn R, Wagner R, Moser L, Wilder C, and Gilbert A. 2008. Psychiatric advance directives and reduction of coercive crisis interventions. Journal of Mental Health 17 (3): 255-267.

Wilder C, Elbogen E, Swartz M, Swanson J, and Van Dorn R. 2007. Effect of patients' reasons for refusing treatment on implementing psychiatric advance directives. Psychiatric Services 58 (10): 1348-1350.

Elbogen E, Ferron J, Swartz M, Wilder C, Swanson J, and Wagner R. 2007. Characteristics of representative payeeship involving families of beneficiaries with psychiatric disabilities. Psychiatric Services 58 (11): 1433-1440.

Elbogen E, Swanson J, Swartz M, Van Dorn R, Ferron J, Wagner H, and Wilder C. 2007. Effectively implementing psychiatric advance directives to promote self-determination of treatment among people with mental illness. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 13(4): 273-288.

Hasser C and Wilder C. 2003. Service and the spin cycle: a women's health outreach project at a Laundromat. Women's Studies Quarterly 31 (2): 160-163.

 


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