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Diane Grieder’s Celebrity Interview at the Via Hope Conference on April 7th and 8th, 2014



"Between Two Bluebonnets:  A Celebrity Interview with Diane Grieder" was conducted by Chacku Mathai, Director of Systems Transformations Initiatives for the National Alliance on Mental Illness. (It was a take-off of actor/comedian, Zach Galifianakis’ celebrity interviews of "Between Two Ferns" :-)


The Via Hope Conference was titled "Transforming Texas:  Connect+Collaborate+Create.





The American Psychiatric Association (APA) has just endorsed Person Centered Care as the gold standard of practice for psychiatrists.

“[In the past], the nature of the doctor-patient relationship was traditionally one-sided. Patients talked and their physicians listened, and then the doctor prescribed the treatment and the patient followed. But now psychiatry is changing as the field of medicine adopts patient-centered care. This model of care places greater emphasis on the patient’s involvement in determining the goals of treatment that are meaningful to them and the nature of their care.”

Read the entire article at psychiatryonline.org:  Psychiatry Embraces Person-Centered Care





Diane Grieder was honored to recently give two special presentations at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Cancer Hospital and School of Nursing

February 5, 2014  ~ Diane Grieder presented at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Cancer Hospital: Comprehensive Cancer Support Program on "Person-Centered Treatment Planning for Interprofessional Teams." Oncologists, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, oncology nurses, social workers, psychologists, volunteers, and students were all present.

February 6, 2014 ~  Diane Grieder presented to student family psychiatric nurse practitioners on "Person-Centered Treatment Planning for Management of Complex Problems in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing" at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Nursing. This 2 hour seminar was offered by: UNC-CH School of Nursing Psych Nurse Practitioner Program in collaboration with the UNC-Comprehensive Cancer Support Center.

Sponsored in part by HRSA ANE Grant D09HP03296 Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners in North Carolina: Interprofessional Education, Practice, and Integration of Care (Psych NP-NC: IEPIC)  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing

The nurse practitioner students are utilizing Adam and Grieder’s second edition book this semester as a requirement for their course work.

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Diane Grieder,
13 Feb 2014, 12:38
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