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Neufeld, Karin J., M.D., MPH

Dr. Karin Neufeld

Associate Professor
Director, General Hospital Psychiatry

Main Office Address

The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Osler 320
600 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21287

Phone: 410-502-1169
Fax: 410-614-8760

E-mail: kneufel2@jhmi.edu


Administrative Assistant

Kimberly Williams
Phone: 410-955-2126
E-mail: kwilli15@jhmi.edu


Alternative Address

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Addiction Treatment Services: BBRC
5510 Nathan Shock Drive, Suite 1500
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Phone: 410-550-0147
Administrative Assistant: Tangee Warren

Education

1986

BS.c.

University of Manitoba

1986

M.D.

University of Manitoba

1992

MPH

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

1986-1987

Rotating Internship

McGill University

1988-1991

General Psychiatry Residency

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

1991-1993

Community Psychiatry Fellowship

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

2005-2007

Alcohol Medical Scholar

University of California, San Diego

Professional Interests

Study of the epidemiology, measurement, and prevention of delirium in the healthcare setting.

For more information about delirium, see
http://www.deliriumsociety.org

Selected Publications

Neufeld KJ, Hayat MJ, Coughlin JM, Huberman AL, Leistikow NA, Krumm SK, Needham DM. Evaluation of Two Intensive Care Delirium Screening Tools for Non-Critically Ill Hospitalized Oncology Patients. Psychosomatics. 2011, 52:133-140. 

Bienvenu OJ, Neufeld K. Post-traumatic stress disorder in medical settings: focus on the critically ill.  Current Psychiatry Reports 2011; 13:3-9. 

Stevens R, Neufeld K, Tarek Sharshar. Delirium in the ICU: time to probe the hard questions. Critical Care 2011; 15:118.

Neufeld KJ, Bienvenu OJ, Rosenberg PB, Mears SC, Lee HB, Kamdar BB, Sieber FE, Krumm SK, Walston JD, Hager DN, Touradji P, Needham DM. The Johns Hopkins Delirium Consortium: One Model for Collaborating Across Disciplines and Departments for Delirium Prevention and Treatment, JAGS. In press

 
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