Presentations by National Center for Telehealth & Technology Scientists
Bounthavong M, Pruitt LD, Smolenski DJ, Gahm GA, Bansal A, Hansen RN. 2016, May. Economic Evaluation of In-Home Telehealth Compared to In-Person Treatment Delivery for Managing Depression. ISPOR 21st Annual International Meeting. Washington, DC.
Bush NE, Dobscha SK. 2016, March Effectiveness of the Virtual Hope Box smartphone application for emotion regulation and stress reduction: results from a randomized controlled clinical trial of veterans with suicidal ideation. American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.
Bush NE, Armstrong C, Blasko K, Cooper D, Pruitt L. Panel and presentations. 2016, April. Mobile and Personal Technologies for Military Mental Health. International Society for Research on Internet interventions (ISRII) annual conference. Seattle, WA.
Edwards-Stewart, A., Hoyt, T., & Reger, G. M. 2016, June. Classifying different types of augmented reality technology. Annual CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy, & Social Networking Conference. Dublin, Ireland.
Edwards-Stewart, A., Kayl, R. A., & Hoyt, T. 2016, September. Using innovative technology in military behavioral healthcare. Pacific Regional Behavioral Health Summit. Honolulu, HI.
Hoyt, T. 2016, August. Lessons learned from implementing tele-behavioral health in Afghanistan. symposium Technology for connected health : Implementation across the spectrum of care. American Psychological Association annual conference, Division 19 (Society for Military Psychology) Hospitality Suite Programming. Denver, CO.
Hoyt, T., & Edwards-Stewart, A. 2016, November. Examining dose-response in outpatient psychotherapy among active duty Army service members being treated for PTSD symptoms: A multilevel modeling approach. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. Dallas, TX.
Hoyt, T., Edwards-Stewart, A., & Barry, D. 2016, November. Initial results from a U.S. Army intensive outpatient program for PTSD: Comparing groups with and without additional coping skills training. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies annual conference. Dallas, TX.
Lee, M. R. G., Breitstein, J., Hoyt, T., Stolee, J., Baxter, T., Kwon, H., & Mysliwiec, V. 2016, June. ). Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia among active duty military personnel. Associated Professional Sleep Societies annual meeting. Denver, CO.
Pruitt, L.D. 2016, September. A randomized controlled trial of home-based tele-behavioral health care for U.S. military personnel and veterans with depression. 5th Annual Pacific Regional Behavioral Health Summit. Honolulu, HI.
Pruitt, L.D., Smolenski, D.J., & Bush, N.E. 2016, September. Current findings from the department of defense suicide event report. 5th Annual Pacific Regional Behavioral Health Summit. Honolulu, HI.
Pruitt, L.D., Smolenski, D.J., Bush, N.E. 2016, September. The incidence of suicide in the US armed forces: Select findings from the department of defense suicide event report (DoDSER). 2016 Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Summit.
Pruitt, L.D., Smolenski, D.J., Reger, M.A., Bush, N.E. 2016, August. Lay of the land: Current findings from the department of defense suicide event report (DoDSER) system. 2016 Military Health System Research Symposium. Orlando, FL.
Skopp, N.A., Logan J.E., Holland, K., Alexander, C., & Floyd, F. 2016, November. Circumstances Preceding Suicide in US Soldiers: A Qualitative Analysis of Narrative Data. ISTSS 32nd Annual Meeting. Dallas, TX.
Blasko, K., & Leskin, G. (2015, March). The Well-being of Military Children: Augmenting Clinical Care with Web- and Mobile-based Tools. Webinar Series. Virtual. Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) and the National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2). Crystal City, VA and Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA.