Psychiatry Faculty Recognized for Research in Mental Health Criminal Justice Diversion

Congratulations to the Department of Psychiatry for being well-represented in September’s Psychiatric Services Editor’s Choice collection!

The collective work of Mark Munetz, M.D., The Margaret Clark Morgan Chair of Psychiatry; Christian Ritter, Ph.D., professor of psychiatry and family and community medicine; and Natalie Bonfine, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychiatry; was selected by Lisa B. Dixon, M.D., Psychiatric Services editor, for its Mental Health Criminal Justice Diversion collection.

Read the three papers published in September’s Psychiatric Services Editor’s Choice collection.

Use of the Sequential Intercept Model as an Approach to Decriminalization of People with Serious Mental Illness
Mark R. Munetz, M.D., and Patricia A. Griffin, Ph.D.
2006, Volume 57, Issue 4, pp. 544–549

Mental Health Court and Assisted Outpatient Treatment: Perceived Coercion, Procedural Justice, and Program Impact
Mark R. Munetz, M.D., Christian Ritter, Ph.D., Jennifer L. S. Teller, Ph.D., and Natalie Bonfine, Ph.D. 2014, Volume 65, Issue 3, pp. 352–358

The Fierce Urgency of Now: Improving Outcomes for Justice-Involved People With Serious Mental Illness and Substance Misuse
Glenda Wrenn, M.D., M.S.H.P., Brian McGregor, Ph.D., Mark Munetz, M.D.
2018, Volume 69, Issue 7, pp. 829–831

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