Mark J. Mills, J.D., M.D.

 

 

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

(Revised: November 2007)

 

 

 

 

 

Principal

Forensic Sciences Medical Group

 

Professor

of Clinical Psychiatry

Department of Psychiatry College of Physicians and Surgeons

Columbia University

 

Adjunct Professor

Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

New York Medical College, St. Vincent’s Hospital

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5308 MacArthur Boulevard, N.W.

Washington, District of Columbia 20016

 

(202) 333-3533 (main phone); (202) 333-3588 (facsimile); (202) 365-7313 (cell) mjmills@forensicsciences.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Licensed in District of Columbia, California and Massachusetts Board Certified - Psychiatry

Board Certified - Forensic Psychiatry


BORN                                              November 19, 1945; Pasadena, California

 

CITIZENSHIP                                United States of America

EDUCATION                                  A.B., University of California, Berkeley, 1967 J.D., Harvard Law School, 1970

M.D., Stanford University School of Medicine, 1975

 

LICENSURE                                   MD32430 (District of Columbia, 2000-) G32251 (California, 1976-) Massachusetts (inactive)

 

DEA NUMBER                               BM7051600

 

 

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS

1967                A.B. cum laude

1967                Phi Beta Kappa

 

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

1970-1971       Graduate Student Assistant in Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mas-

sachusetts

1975-1976       Intern in Psychiatry, Stanford University Medical Center (and Veterans Administration

Medical Center) Stanford, California

1976-1977       Resident in Psychiatry, Stanford University Medical Center (and Veterans Administration

Medical Center) Stanford, California

1977-1978       Chief Resident, Department of Psychiatry, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Palo

Alto, California (for Stanford University)

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

1978-1980       Assistant Professor (Clinical), Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stan-

ford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California

1980-1981       Instructor, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts

1981-1983       Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massa-

chusetts

1983-1986       Lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts

1983-1985       Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, University of

California Los Angeles School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California

1985-1987       Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, University of Califor-

nia Los Angeles School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California

1987-1999       Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, University of

California Los Angeles School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California

1997-2002       Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Georgetown University School of Medi-

cine, Washington, District of Columbia

1997-2003       Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, New York Medical College, St. Vincents

Hospital, New York, New York

2002-               Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University, College of Physi-

cians and Surgeons, New York, New York

2003-               Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, New York Medi-

cal College, St. Vincents Hospital, New York, New York

 

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS

1977-1978       Acting Director, Psychiatric Evaluation Unit, Palo Alto Veterans Administration Medical

Center

1978-1980       Director, Psychiatric Evaluation Unit, Palo Alto Veterans Administration Medical Center

1980-1981       Executive Officer, Massachusetts Mental Health Center


 

 

1980-1981       Co-Director, Program in Psychiatry and the Law, Massachusetts Mental Health Center 1980-1981                        Walk-In Supervisor, Massachusetts Mental Health Center

1983-1987       Chief, Psychiatry Service, West Los Angeles Veterans Administration, Brentwood Divi- sion

1984-1991       Director, Program in Psychiatry and the Law, Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California Los Angeles, School of Medicine

1985-               Member, Stanford Medical School Alumni Resource Group

 

BOARD CERTIFICATION, FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS, GRANTS

1982-               Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, No. 24196

1983-               Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Psychiatry, No. 143

1978-               Fellow, American College of Legal Medicine

1981                Harry C. Solomon Award

1982                Harry C. Solomon Award (co-recipient)

1985                Distinguished Service Award, American Society of Law & Medicine

1985                Bronze Medal, 28th Annual International Film and Television Festival of New York, "In

the Absence of Angels - A Report on the Homeless Mentally Ill Chronology"

1986-               Fellow, Pacific Rim College of Psychiatrists

1986-               Distinguished Fellow, American Psychiatric Association

 

OTHER LICENSURE

1980-               Massachusetts License, No. 46279 (inactive)

 

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

 

MEMBERSHIPS, OFFICES, AND MAJOR COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

1976-               American Psychiatric Association, Distinguished Fellow

1976-1980       Committee on Psychobiology, Northern California Psychiatric Society (Chair, 1978-

1979)

1978-               American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law

1978-               American College of Legal Medicine

1979-1984       Commission on Judicial Action, American Psychiatric Association

1980-               American Association for the Advancement of Science

1980-1987       Committee on Accreditation of Training Programs in Forensic Psychiatry, American

Academy of Psychiatry and the Law

1981-1985       Committee on the Abuse of Psychiatry and Psychiatrists, American Academy of Psychia-

try and the Law

1981-1982       Commission on the Mentally Disabled, American Bar Association (Consultant)

1981-1983       American College of Mental Health Administration

1981-1983       Committee on Law, Chair, National Association of State Mental Health Program Direc-

tors

1982-1987       Program Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law

1982-1983       Committee on Comprehensive Health Planning, American Psychiatric Association

(Chair)

1982-1987       American Association of Psychiatric Administrators

1982-               American Society of Law and Medicine

1983-1987       Committee on Psychiatry and the Law, California Psychiatric Association

1983-1989       Southern California Psychiatric Society

1983-1987       Program Committee, Hospital and Community Psychiatry Institute Program, American

Psychiatric Association (Chair, 1986-1987)

1984-1988       Committee on Public Psychiatry, American Psychiatric Association

1984-1995       American College of Psychiatrists

1984-1989       American Association of Social Psychiatry

1985-1994       Benjamin Rush Society

1985-1990       Committee on Confidentiality, American Psychiatric Association (Consultant)

1986-               Pacific Rim College of Psychiatrists (Fellow)

1986-1989       Council on Psychiatry and Law, American Psychiatric Association (Vice Chair)


 

1989-1995       San Diego Society of Psychiatric Physicians

1991-1995       Committee on Occupational Psychiatry, American Psychiatric Association

1994-               American Medical Association

1994-1995       California Medical Association

1995-               Medical Society of the District of Columbia

1995-               Washington Psychiatric Society

 

EDITORIAL BOARDS

1981-1991       Assistant Editor, Behavioral Sciences and the Law

1982-1989       Associate Editor, Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (Section

Editor, Discourse and Dispute)

1982-1987       Advisory Board, Hospital and Community Psychiatry

1984-1985       Associate Editor, Legal Aspects of Psychiatric Practice

1985-1990       Associate Editor, Alzheimer’s Disease and Associated Disorders

1986-1990       Associate Editor, Psychiatric Journal of the University of Ottawa

1987-1989       Editorial Board, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry

1987-               Associate Editor, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

1982-1985       American Society of Law and Medicine

1985-1988       International Academy of Law and Mental Health

1985-1989       Center for the Study of Psychological Trauma (Advisory Council)

1986-1989       Greater Los Angeles Partnership for the Homeless

1995-               Advisory Board, Wender-Weis Foundation for Children, Palo Alto, California

1999-               Forensis, Inc.

1999-               Parental Alienation Syndrome Foundation

 

JOURNAL SOLICITING MANUSCRIPT REVIEW

American Journal of Psychiatry Archives of General Psychiatry Psychosomatics

Journal of Legal Medicine Journal of Clinical Psychiatry American Journal of Medicine

 

PROFESSIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL APPOINTMENTS

 

MAJOR COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS IN HOSPITALS AND MEDICAL SCHOOLS

1970-1973       Medical School Admissions Committee, Stanford University Medical Center

1975-1976       Residence Education Committee, Stanford University Medical Center

1978-1980       The Committee on Patients' Rights, Palo Alto Veterans Administration Medical Center

1979-1980       Clerkship Coordinator, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford

University Medical Center

1980-1981       Safety Committee, Chairman, Massachusetts Mental Health Center

1983-1985       Therapeutic Agents and Pharmacy Review Committee, Chairman, Veterans Administra-

tion Medical Center, West Los Angeles, California

1983-1987       Physicians Professional Standards Board, Veterans Administration Medical Center,

Brentwood Division

1983-1984       Residency Education Committee, Neuropsychiatric Hospital, University of California,

Los Angeles

1983-1986       Residency Education Committee, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Brentwood

Division, Los Angeles

1983-1986       Medical Center Planning Committee, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Brent-

wood Division, Los Angeles

1983-1984       Human Subjects Committee, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Brentwood Divi-

sion, Los Angeles

1983-1986       Public Policy and Political Action Committee, Department of Psychiatry and Biobeha-


 

vioral Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles

1983-1986       Budget Committee, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Brentwood Division, Los

Angeles

1983-1986       Committee on Academic Promotions, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral

Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles

1984-1986       Committee on Executive Development, Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of Califor-

nia, Los Angeles

1984-1987       Policy Advisory Committee, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, Universi-

ty of California, Los Angeles

 

STATE APPOINTMENT

1981-1983       Commissioner, Department of Mental Health, Massachusetts

 

VISITING APPOINTMENTS

1979-1980       Cooperating Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Law School

1980-1983       Physician in Residence, Veterans Administration, Washington, D.C.

1981-1982       Visiting Lecturer, Harvard Law School

1986-1988       Consultant, Tourette Syndrome Association

1987-1988       Consultant, Task Force on Mental Health and Correctional Issues, California Council on

Mental Health

 

CONSULTATION TO GOVERNMENT

1980-1981       Consultant, State of Nevada, Department of Mental Health

1984-1986       Consultant, Civil Rights Division, United States Department of Justice

1984-1986       Consultant, State of California, Select Committee on Mental Health

1985-1988       Consultant, State of New York, Office of Mental Health

1987-1988       Consultant, State of Oregon, Office of the Department of Justice

1987-1989       Consultant, State of Arkansas, Office of the Attorney General

1987-               Consultant, United States Attorney, United States Department of Justice

1987-1990       Consultant, State of Arizona, Department of Health Services

1987                Consultant, State of Maryland, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

1988-1991       Consultant, State of California, Department of Mental Health, Division of Forensic Ser-

vices

1989                Consultant, State of Tennessee, Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation

1989-1991       Consultant, State of Maine, Office of Attorney General

1997-1998       Consultant, State of Illinois, Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabili-

ties

2003-               Federal Bureau of Investigation

 

CONSULTATIONS TO INDUSTRY

1987-95           Southern California Edison Company

1989-95           Pacific Gas and Electric Company

1990                Arizona Public Service Company

 

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

MAJOR TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1969                Organizer and lecturer: "Practical Law for the Layman," six-lecture series to students at a

Cambridge, Massachusetts high school.

1977                Organizer and lecturer: "Emergency Psychiatry," ten introductory lectures given to first-

year residents, Stanford.

1977-1980       Organizer and lecturer: "The Psychiatric Interview," "Affective disorders," and "Neuro-

sis" for clerkship students, Psychiatry 300, Stanford.

1977-1980       Organizer and lecturer:   "Major Clinical Syndromes," psychopathology course for

second-year psychiatry residents, Stanford.

1979-1980       Organizer and lecturer: "Psychopathology and Mental Health Law" (with David Rosen-

han), Law 338, Law School, Stanford.


 

 

1979-1980   Organizer and lecturer: "Topics in Psychobiology" (with Philip A. Berger), Human Biol- ogy 163, Stanford.

1980       Organizer and lecturer: "Psychiatry and the Law" (with Thomas G. Gutheil), a two- lecture series for first-year psychiatric residents, Massachusetts Mental Health Center.

1980           Organizer and lecturer: "Experience of Therapy," Psychiatry 700a, a twelve-lecture se- ries for first-year students, Harvard Medical School.

1981 Organizer and lecturer: "Prediction and Prevention of Harmful Conduct" (with Alan D. Dershowitz and Thomas G. Gutheil), Harvard Law School.

1982 Organizer and lecturer: "Program in Psychiatry and Law" (with Thomas G. Gutheil), Massachusetts Mental Health Center.

1983-       Organizer and lecturer: "Seminar in Law and Psychiatry," series for psychiatric resi- dents, University of California, Los Angeles.

1983-1984 Course Chairman: Inpatient clerkship for medical students, University of California, Los Angeles.

1983-1984   Course Chairman: Outpatient clerkship for medical students, University of California, Los Angeles.

1983-1984 Course Chairman: Six-week clinical clerkship for medical students, University of Cali- fornia, Los Angeles.

1983-1984 Course Chairman: Clinical fundamentals clerkship for second year medical students, University of California, Los Angeles.

1983-1984   Organizer and lecturer: "The Insanity Defense" (with William J. Winslade), seminar for law students, School of Law, University of California, Los Angeles.

1984   Lecturer: "Legal Issues in Geriatric Psychiatry," for geriatric fellows, West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Medical Center, Los Angeles.

1984             Lecturer: "Psychiatric Issues in Civil Commitment," (with Robert Goldstein, J.D.), semi- nar for law students, School of Law, University of California, Los Angeles.

1985-1986       Lecturer: "The Psychiatric Hospital in History, Medicine and Law" (with Dora B. Wein- er), class for undergraduates, College of Letters and Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles.

 

PUBLICATIONS - ARTICLES (REFEREED JOURNALS)

  1. 1.Mills, M.J. and Stunkard, A.J. Behavioral changes following surgery for obesity. American Journal of Psychiatry, 133:526-531, 1976.
  1. 2.Watson, S.J., Berger, P.A., Akil, H., Mills, M.J. and Barchas, J.D. Effects of naloxone on schi- zophrenia: reduction in hallucinations in a subpopulation of subjects. Science, 201:73-76, 1978.
  1. 3.Yesavage, J.A.; Fill, N.A.; Lapp, D.; Becker, J.; Mills, M.J. and Bourgeois, M. Psychopathologie et traitement des psychotiques violents aux Etats-Unis.Annales Médicopsychologiques, 137:760-763, 1979.
  1. 4.Mills, M.J.; Hsu, L.C. and Berger, P.A. Informed consent: psychotic patients and research. Bul- letin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 8:119-132, 1980.

 

  1. 5.Mills, M.J. The rights of involuntary patients to refuse pharmacotherapy: what is reasonable?

Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 8:313-334, 1980.

  1. 6.Mills, M.J. The continuing clinicolegal conundrum of the Boston State Hospital Case. Medico- legal News, 9:9-18, 1981.
  1. 7.Yesavage, J.A.; Werner, P.D.; Becker, J.M.T.; Holman, C.A. and Mills, M.J. Inpatient evalua- tion of aggression in psychiatric patients. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 169:299-302, 1981.

 

  1. 8.Yesavage, J.A.; Becker, J.M.T.; Werner, P.D.; Mills, M.J.; Holman, C.A. and Cohn, R. Serum


 

level monitoring of thiothixene in schizophrenia: acute single-dose levels at fixed doses. Ameri- can Journal of Psychiatry, 139:174 -178, 1982.

  1. 9.Mills, M.J. and Gutheil, T.G. Guardianship and the right to refuse treatment: a critique of the Roe case. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 9:239-246, 1982.
  1. 10.Gutheil, T.G. and Mills, M.J. Legal conceptualizations, legal fictions and the manipulation of reality: conflict between models of decision-making in psychiatry and law. Bulletin of the Amer- ican Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 10:17-27, 1982.
  1. 11.Yesavage, J.A.; Werner, P.D.; Becker, J.M.T. and Mills, M.J. Short-term civil commitment of the violent patient: a study of legal status and hospital behavior. American Journal of Psychiatry, 130:1145-1149, 1982.
  1. 12.Yesavage, J.A.; Benezech, M.; Bourgeois, M. and Mills, M.J. Etudes des correlations entre mod- es d'intèrnement et comportement agressif dans une unité psychiatrique californienne. Annales Médicopsychologique, 137:770-776, 1982.
  1. 13.Yesavage, J.A.; Werner, P.D.; Becker, J.M.T. and Mills, M.J. The context of involuntary com- mitment on the basis of danger to others: a study of the use of the California l4-day certificate. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 170:622-627, 1982.
  1. 14.Mills, M.J. and Cummins, B.D. Deinstitutionalization Reconsidered. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 5:271-284, 1982.
  1. 15.Mills, M.J.; Gutheil, T.G.; Igneri, M.A. and Grinspoon, L. Mental patients' knowledge of in- hospital rights. American Journal of Psychiatry, 140:225-228, 1983.
  1. 16.Mills, M.J. and O'Keefe, A.M. Legal issues in outpatient treatment. Journal of Clinical Psychia- try, 44:33-40, 1983.
  1. 17.Rubin, L.C. and Mills, M.J. Behavioral precipitants to civil commitment, American Journal of Psychiatry, 140:603-606, 1983.
  1. 18.Mills, M.J.; Yesavage, J.A. and Gutheil, T.G. Continuing case-law development in the right to refuse treatment. American Journal of Psychiatry, 140:715-719, 1983.
  1. 19.Yesavage, J.A.; Becker, J.M.T.; Patton, M.J.; Seeman, K; Werner, P.D.; Brunsting, D.W. and Mills, M.J. Family conflict, psychopathalogy and dangerous behavior by schizophrenic inpa- tients. Psychiatry Research, 8:271-280, 1983.
  1. 20.Mills, M.J.; Cummins, B.D. and Gracey, J.S. Legal issues in mental health administration. Inter- national Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 6:39-55, 1983.
  1. 21.Benezech, M.; Yesavage, J.A.; Addad, M.; Bourgeois, M. and Mills, M.J. Homicide by psychot- ics in France: a five-year study. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 45:85-86, 1984.
  1. 22.Mills, M.J.; Pearsall, T.D.; Yesavage, J.A. and Salzmann, C. Electroconvulsive therapy in Mas- sachusetts. American Journal of Psychiatry, 141:534-538, 1984.
  1. 23.Mills, M.J. The so-called duty to warn: the psychotherapeutic duty to protect third parties from patients' violent acts. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 2:237-258, 1984.

 

  1. 24.Mills, M.J. Legal issues in psychiatric treatment. Psychiatric Medicine, 2:245-261, 1984.


 

 

  1. 25.Senter, N.W.; Winslade, W.J.; Liston, E.H. and Mills, M.J. Electroconvulsive therapy: evolving legal regulation. Journal of Social Psychiatry, 4:11-15, 1984.
  1. 26.Mills, M.J. The mental health commissionership: major changes over a decade. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 36:363-368,1985.
  1. 27.Phelan, L.A.; Mills, M.J. and Ryan, J.A. Prosecuting psychiatric patients for assault. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 36:581-582, 1985.
  1. 28.Escobar, J.I.; Mann, J.J.; Keller, J.; Wilkins, J.; Mason, B. and Mills, M.J. A comparison of in- jectable molindone and haloperidol followed by transition to oral forms in the treatment of acute- ly ill schizophrenics. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 46:15-19, 1985.
  1. 29.Irwin, M.; Lovitz, A.; Marder, S.R.; Mintz, J.; Winslade, W.J.; Van Putten, T. and Mills, M.J. Informed consent understanding in psychosis. American Journal of Psychiatry, 142:1351-1354, 1985.
  1. 30.Friedlander, A.H. and Mills, M.J. The dental management of the drug-dependent patient. Oral Medicine, 60:489-492, 1985.
  1. 31.Beaber, R.J.; Marston, A.; Michelli, J. and Mills, M.J. A brief test for measuring malingering in schizophrenic individuals. American Journal of Psychiatry, 142:1478-1481, 1985.
  1. 32.Fogel, B.S.; Mills, M.J. and Landen, J.E. Legal aspects of the treatment of delirium. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 62:154-158, 1986.
  1. 33.Bursztajn, H.; Gutheil, T.G.; Mills, M.J.; Hamm, R.M. and Brodsky, A. Process Analysis of Judges’ Commitment Decisions: a preliminary empirical study. American Journal of Psychiatry, 143:170-174, 1986.
  1. 34.Mills, M.J.; Norquist, G.S.; Shelton, R.C.; Gelenberg, A.J. and Van Putten, T. Consent and lia- bility with neuroleptics: the problem of tardive dyskinesia. International Journal of Law and P- sychiatry, 8:243-252, 1986.
  1. 35.Mills, M.J. Civil commitment of the mentally ill: an overview. Annals of the American Aca- demy of Political and Social Sciences, 484:28-41, 1986.
  1. 36.Yesavage, J.A.; Benezech, M.; Larrieu-Arguille, R.; Bourgeois, M.; Tanke, E.; Roger, P. and Mills, M.J. Recidivism of the criminally insane in France: a 22-year follow-up. Journal of Clin- ical Psychiatry, 47:465-466, 1986.
  1. 37.Mills, M.J.; Sullivan G. and Eth, S. Protecting third parties: a decade after Tarasoff. American Journal of Psychiatry, 144:68-74, 1987.
  1. 38.Friedlander, A.H.; Mills, M.J. and Gorelick, D.A. Alcoholism and dental management. Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, 63:42-46, 1987.
  1. 39.Friedlander, A.H.; Mills, M.J. and Wittlin, B.J. Dental management considerations for the patient with post-traumatic stress disorder. Oral Surgery, 63:669-673, 1987.
  1. 40.Young, J.L.; Mills, M.J. and Sach, R.L. Civil commitment by conservatorship: the workings of California's law. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 15:127-139, 1987.


 

 

  1. 41.Mills, M.J. and Eth, S. Legal liability with psychotropic drug use: extrapyramidal syndromes and tardive dyskinesia. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 48:28-33, 1987.
  1. 42.Kuo, S.H.; Chien, C.P. and Mills, M.J. Forensic psychiatry in Taiwan: civil case litigation. In- ternational Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 10:297-309, 1987.
  1. 43.Mills, M.J. and Eth, S. Consent and liability with psychotropics: special problems with anxiolyt- ics. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 48:29-32, 1987.
  1. 44.Friedlander, A.H.; Mills, M.J. and Cummings, J.L. Consent for dental therapy in severely ill pa- tients. Oral Surgery, 65:179-182, 1988.
  1. 45.Mills, M.J. Civil commitment: the relationship between perceived dangerousness and mental illness. Archives of General Psychiatry, 45:770-772, 1988.
  1. 46.Ornish, S.A.; Mills, M.J. and Ornish, M.C. Prearraignment forensic evaluations: towards a new policy. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 24:453-470, 1996.
  1. 47.Gerasimov, M.R.; Ashby, C.R., Jr.; Gardner, E.L.; Mills, M.J.; Brodie, J.D. and Dewey, S.L. Gamma vinyl-GABA Inhibits Methamphetamine, Heroin, and Ethanol-Induced Increases in Nuc- leus Accumbens Dopamine. Synapse, 34:11-19, 1999.
  1. 48.Hirose, S.; Ashby, C.R., Jr. and Mills, M.J. Effectiveness of ECT combined with Risperidone against aggression in schizophrenia. Journal of Electroconvulsive Therapy, 17:22-26, 2001.
  1. 49.Reeves, D., Mills, M.J., Billick, S.B. and Brodie, J.D. The limitations of brain imaging in the assessment of criminal intent. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 31:89-96, 2003.

 

PUBLICATIONS - ARTICLES (NON-REFEREED JOURNALS)

 

  1. 50.Mills, M.J. and Levy, B.E. The Mills case: the issue of treatment refusal remains unresolved.

American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newsletter, 7:10-13, 1982.

  1. 51.Winslade, W.J.; Lyon, M.A.; Levine, M.L. and Mills, M.J. Making medical decisions for the Alzheimer's patient: paternalism and advocacy. Psychiatric Annals, 14:206-208, 1984.
  1. 52.Mills, M.J. and Winslade, W.J. Clinicolegal aspects of treating demented patients. Psychiatric Annals, 14:209-211, 1984.
  1. 53.Mills, M.J. The Tarasoff duties expand. American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newslet- ter, 9:8-11, 1984.
  1. 54.Mills, M.J. A psychotherapeutic duty to fourth parties. American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newsletter, 10:15, 1985.
  1. 55.Mills, M.J. and Raiss, C. California law limits Tarasoff liability. American Academy of Psychia- try and the Law Bulletin, 11:12-14, 1986.
  1. 56.Mills, M.J. Treating the treatment-refusing patient. American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newsletter, 13 (2):12-13, 1988.

 

  1. 57.Mills, M.J. and Rosenberg, J.E. Question: Is there a duty to disclose possible peer-review activi-


 

ties to patients? American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newsletter, 19 (3):65-66, 1994.

  1. 58.Mills, M.J. Obtaining Informed Consent for Clozaril Treatment. The Clozaril (clozapine) Moni- tor 1 (5):4, 1998.

 

  1. 59.Gerasimov, M.R., Ashby, C.R., Gardner, E.L., Mills, M.J., Brodie, J.D., Dewey, S.D. Gamma-vinyl GABA inhibits methamphetamine, heroin, or ethanol-induced increases in nucleus accumbens dopamine. Synapse, 34 (1), 11-19, 1999.

 

  1. 60.Reeves, D., Mills, M.J., Billick, S.B. and Brodie, J.D. Limitations of Brain Imaging in Forensic Psychiatry. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 33 (1): 89-
  1. 61.Lipian, M.S., Mills, M.J. and Brantman, A. Assessing Childrens Allegations of Abuse: A Psy- chiatric Overview International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 27: 249-262, 2004.

 

PUBLICATIONS - BOOK

 

  1. 62.Halleck, N.H., Halleck, S.L., Hodge, S.K., Pfaehler, G.T., Miller, R.D., Mills, M.J. and Sadoff,

R.L. The Use of Psychiatric Diagnoses in the Legal Process. American Psychiatric Association

Task Force Report No. 32, Washington, D.C., 1992.

PUBLICATIONS - BOOK CHAPTERS

 

  1. 63.Mills, M.J. and Avery, D. The legal regulation of electroconvulsive therapy. In Mood Disorders: The World's Major Public Health Problem. F.J. Ayd (ed.), Frank Ayd Communications, Balti- more, Maryland, 154-183, 1978.
  1. 64.Avery, D. and Mills, M.J. Electroconvulsive therapy and antidepressants in the treatment of de- pression. In Mood Disorders: The World's Major Public Health Problem. F.J. Ayd (ed.), Frank Ayd Communications, Baltimore, Maryland, 138-153, 1978.

 

65.       Mills, M.J. Helping the obese patient. In Psychiatry for the Primary Care Physician. A.M. Freeman, R.L. Sack, and P.A. Berger (eds.), Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, Maryland, 317- 332, 1979.

  1. 66.Mills, M.J. The right to treatment: little law but much impact. In Psychiatry l982: American Psychiatric Association Annual Review, L. Grinspoon (ed.), American Psychiatric Association Press, Washington, D.C., 361-370, 1982.

 

  1. 67.Gutheil, T.G. and Mills, M.J. Legal aspects of pseudoseizures. In Pseudoseizures, T.L. Riley and
    1. A.Roy (eds.), Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, Maryland, 213-223, 1982.
  1. 68.Mills, M.J. and Gutheil, T.G. Legal approaches to treating the treatment-refusing patient. In Re- fusing Treatment in Mental Health Institutions - Values in Conflict. A.E. Doudera and J.P. Swa- zey (eds.), AUPHA Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 95-99, 1982.
  1. 69.Gutheil, T.G. and Mills, M.J. Clinical approaches to patients who refuse medication. In Refusing Treatment in Mental Health Institutions - Values in Conflict. A.E. Doudera and J.P. Swazey (eds.), AUPHA Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 101-106, 1982.
  1. 70.Mills, M.J. Expanding the duties to protect third parties from violent acts. In Legal Encroach- ments into Psychiatric Practice, New Directions for Mental Health Service Series, S. Rachlin (ed.), Jossey-Bass, Inc., San Francisco, California, 61-68, 1985.


 

 

  1. 71.Gutheil, T.G.; Rachlin, S. and Mills, M.J. Differing conceptual models between psychiatry and law. In Legal Encroachments into Psychiatric Practice, New Directions for Mental Health Ser- vice Series, S. Rachlin (ed.), Jossey-Bass, Inc., San Francisco, California, 5-11, 1985.
  1. 72.Mills, M.J. and Beck, J.C. The Tarasoff case. In The Potentially Violent Patient and the Tarasoff Decision in Psychiatric Practice. James C. Beck (ed.), American Psychiatric Association Mono- graph Series. American Psychiatric Association Press, Washington, D.C., 2-7, 1985.
  1. 73.Lamb, H.R. and Mills, M.J. The chronically mentally ill: changes in law and procedure. In Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 37: 475-480, 1986. (Refereed Article) Reprinted in, Deve- lopments Affecting Those with Chronic Mental Illness. J.A. Talbott (ed.), American Psychiatric Press, Washington, D.C., 133-144, 1986.
  1. 74.Mills, M.J. and Daniels, M.L. Medical-legal issues. In Principles of Medical Psychiatry, A. Stoudemire and B.S. Fogel (eds.), Grune & Stratton, Orlando, Florida, 463-474, 1987.
  1. 75.Mills, M.J. and Eth, S. Legal aspects of treating patients with organic mental syndromes. In Treatments of Psychiatric Disorders. T.D. Karasu (ed.), A Task Force Report of the American Psychiatric Association, Washington, D.C., 983-994, 1989.

 

  1. 76.Eth, S. and Mills, M.J. Ethical issues in the treatment of patients with organic mental syndromes.

In Treatments of Psychiatric Disorders. T.D. Karasu (ed.), A Task Force Report of the American

Psychiatric Association, Washington, D.C., 994-1008, 1989.

 

  1. 77.Eth, S. and Mills, M.J. Ethical and legal considerations in geriatric psychiatry. H.I. Kaplan and

B.J. Kaplan (eds.) In Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry/V., Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore,

Maryland, 2059-2062, 1989.

  1. 78.Eth, S. and Mills, M.J. Treating patients who threaten violence: ethical concerns. In Critical Issues in American Psychiatry and the Law, 7: Ethical Issues in Psychiatry and the Law, Richard Rosner and Robert Weinstock (eds.), Plenum, New York, 197-206, 1990.
  1. 79.Mills, M.J. and Lipian, M.S. Psychiatry and legal regulation: Thirty years of beneficence or three decades of bedevilment? In The Mosaic of Contemporary Psychiatry in Perspective. A. Kales, C. Pierce and M. Greenblatt (eds.), Springer-Verlag, New York, 24-35, 1991.
  1. 80.Mills, M.J. and Lipian, M.S. Malingering. In Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry/VI. H.I. Kaplan and B.J. Kaplan (eds.), Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, Maryland, 1614-1622, 1995.
  1. 81.Lipson, G. S. and Mills, M.J. Stalking, Erotomania, and the Tarasoff Cases. In The Psychology of Stalking - Clinical and Forensic Perspectives. J. Reid Meloy (ed.), Academic Press, San Di- ego, California, 258-273, 1998.
  1. 82.Lipian, M.S. and Mills, M.J. Malingering. In Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry/VII. H.I. Kaplan and B.J. Kaplan (eds.), Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1898-1908, 2000.
  1. 83.Mills, M.J. and Lipian, M.S. Malingering. In Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry/VIII. H.I. Kaplan and B.J. Kaplan (eds.), Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2247-2258, 2005.

 

PUBLICATIONS LETTERS


 

  1. 84.Mills, M.J. and Stunkard, A.J. A misinterpretation? American Journal of Psychiatry, 134:459- 460, 1977.

 

  1. 85.Mills, M.J. More on Rogers v. Okin. Medicolegal News, 9:2, 1981.
  1. 86.Mills, M.J. The problems of public psychiatry. New England Journal of Medicine, 309:113-114, 1983.
  1. 87.Mills, M.J.; Phelan, L. and Ryan, J.A. Response to letter. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 36:1321-1322, 1985.
  1. 88.Mills, M.J.; Sullivan G. and Eth, S. Duty to protect. American Journal of Psychiatry. 144:1107- 1108, 1987.
  1. 89.Altshuler, L.L.; Cummings, J.L. and Mills, M.J. Differential diagnosis of mute patients. Ameri- can Journal of Psychiatry, 144:1107-1108, 1987.
  1. 90.Altshuler, L.L.; Cummings, J.L. and Mills, M.J. Differential diagnosis of mute patients. Ameri- can Journal of Psychiatry, 144:1113, 1987.
  1. 91.Ornish, S.A.; Mills, M.J. and Ornish, M.C. Prearraignment forensic evaluations: toward a new policy. Journal of the American Academy Psychiatry and the Law, 25:426-432, 1997.

 

PUBLICATIONS - OTHER

  1. 92.Mills, M.J. The use of drugs by law students. Harvard Law School Library, Cambridge, Massa- chusetts. (Thesis for Juris Doctor)
  1. 93.Gutheil, T.G. and Mills, M.J. Nobody has done the study. American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newsletter, 7:28, 1982. (Editorial)
  1. 94.Mills, M.J. Knowing right from wrong: the insanity defense of Daniel McNaughtan by Richard Moran. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 11:91-92, 1983. (Book Review)
  1. 95.Mills, M.J.Psychiatric interventions and malpractice. Clinical Psychopharmacology, 3:335, 1983. (Book Review)
  1. 96.Bonner, III, J.W.; Levenson, A.I.; and Mills, M.J. ACP-Psychiatric UPDATE: Risk Manage- ment, 12:7, 1992 (Panel discussion and text prepared for the American College of Psychiatrists)

 

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

  1. 1.Mills, M.J. and Stunkard, A.J. Behavioral changes following surgery for obesity. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California, May 1977.
  1. 2.Mills, M.J. and Stunkard, A.J. Surgery for obesity. Presented at the American College of Physi- cians Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, April 1977.
  1. 3.Mills, M.J. Informed consent with psychotic patients. Presented to the Northern California Psy- chiatric Society, Carmel, California, (by invitation), April 1977.
  1. 4.Mills, M.J. Informed consent and research. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (by invitation), May 1977.


 

 

  1. 5.Mills, M.J. and Avery, D. (How) should the law regulate ECT? Presented at the VI World Con- gress of Psychiatry, Honolulu, Hawaii, August 1977.
  1. 6.Sack, R.L.; Young, J.; and Mills, M.J. Conservatorship for the mentally ill. Presented at the VI World Congress of Psychiatry, Honolulu, Hawaii, August 1977.
  1. 7.Lederberg, M.S.; Mills, M.J.; and Freeman, A.J. Psychiatric consultation for legal reasons. Pre- sented at the VI World Congress, Honolulu, Hawaii, August 1977.
  1. 8.Mills, M.J. and Avery, D. The legal regulation of ECT. Presented at the Tenth Annual Taylor Manor Symposium, Ellicott City, Maryland, (by invitation), April 1978.

 

  1. 9.Mills, M.J. The rights of involuntary patients to refuse pharmacotherapy: what is reasonable?

Presented at the Tenth Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law,

Baltimore, Maryland, (by invitation), October 1979.

  1. 10.Mills, M.J. Legislative issues in head injury care: legal protection for family and client. Pre- sented at the National Association for the Head Injured Annual Meeting, San Jose, California, (by invitation), March 1980.
  1. 11.Mills, M.J. Legal protection - guardianship/conservatorship. Presented at the National As- sociation for the Head Injured Annual Meeting, San Jose, California, (by invitation), March 1980.
  1. 12.Mills, M.J. Legal issues and the treatment of the resistant patient. Presented at Treating the Re- sistant Patient: Inpatient and Community Perspectives. The First Annual Shoul Memorial Confe- rence, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, (by invitation), October 1980.
  1. 13.Mills, M.J. Resolved: Psychiatrists should participate in the death sentence. Presented at the 11th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Chicago, Illinois, (by invitation), October 1980.
  1. 14.Mills, M.J. Research in mental health law. Presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Ameri- can Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, (by invitation) November 1980.
  1. 15.Mills, M.J. On the right to refuse treatment. Presented at the Psychiatry Law Update: New de- velopments affecting clinicians and attorneys, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, (by invitation), February 1981.
  1. 16.Mills, M.J. Forensic aspects of psychological testing. Presented to the Department of Psy- chology, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, Massachusetts, (by invitation), March 1981.
  1. 17.Mills, M.J. Developing case law in the right to refuse treatment. Presented at the 21st Interna- tional Conference on Legal Medicine, San Diego, California, May 1981.
  1. 18.Mills, M.J. The right to refuse treatment: evolution and revolution. Presented at the UCLA Col- loquium on Behavioral Sciences, Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), May 1981.
  1. 19.Mills, M.J. The right to refuse treatment reconsidered. Presented at the Department of Psy- chiatry Conference, Harbor Medical Center, Long Beach, California, (by invitation), September 1981.

 

  1. 20.Mills, M.J. Public-sector constraints on mental health delivery. Presented at the Psychiatry


 

Grand Rounds, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts (by invitation), October 1981.

  1. 21.Mills, M.J. Rethinking the limits of deinstitutionalization. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Cambridge, Massachusetts, (by invitation), October 1981.
  1. 22.Mills, M.J. Forensic psychiatry and DSM-III: Problems of administration. Presented at the 12th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego, California, (by invitation), October 1981.
  1. 23.Mills, M.J. Complexities and realities of public-sector mental health delivery: can the present system survive? Presented at the Florence Heller Graduate School (Brandeis University), Boston, Massachusetts, (by invitation), November 1981.
  1. 24.Mills, M.J. The zeitgeist and mental health delivery. Presented at the Connecticut Mental Health Center (Yale), New Haven, Connecticut, (by invitation), January 1982.
  1. 25.Mills, M.J. Competency to stand trial: The functional approach, or much ado over little. Pre- sented at the Massachusetts Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section and the Social Science Re- search Institute, Boston, Massachusetts, (by invitation), April 1982.
  1. 26.Mills, M.J. Public policy and the behavioral disorders of the developmentally disabled. Pre- sented at Tufts University School of Medicine, Medford, Massachusetts, (by invitation), April 1982.
  1. 27.Mills, M.J. Civil law-psychiatry interfaces of note: civil commitment, the right to refuse treat- ment, and the right to treatment. Presented at the Grand Rounds, Massachusetts General Hospit- al, Boston, Massachusetts, (by invitation), April 1982.
  1. 28.Mills, M.J. New federalism and the states. Presented at the Brattleboro Retreat, Brattleboro, Vermont, (by invitation), May 1982.
  1. 29.Mills, M.J. The right to treatment: little law but much impact. Presented at the American Psy- chiatric Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, (by invitation), May 1982.
  1. 30.Mills, M.J. Continuing case-law development in the right to refuse treatment. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, (by invitation), May 1982.
  1. 31.Mills, M.J. Block grants in mental health: principles and policies. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, (by invitation), May 1982.
  1. 32.Mills, M.J. The role of the state in mandating services to persons with the dual diagnoses. Pre- sented at the American Association of Mental Deficiency Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachu- setts, (by invitation), June 1982.
  1. 33.Mills, M.J. Legal issues in the administration of mental health and retardation services. Pre- sented at the Eighth International Congress on Law and Psychiatry, Quebec, Canada, June 1982.
  1. 34.Mills, M.J. The right to refuse treatment in the wake of Mills, Rennie and Youngberg. Presented at the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, Arlington, Virginia, (by invitation), July 1982.

 

  1. 35.Mills, M.J. Patients' rights: important recent developments. Presented at the Veterans Adminis-


 

tration Medical Center, Salisbury, North Carolina, (by invitation), September 1982.

  1. 36.Mills, M.J. General hospital psychiatry: a Massachusetts perspective. Presented at the Mental Health Project Annual Meeting, Framingham, Massachusetts, (by invitation), October 1982.
  1. 37.Mills, M.J. and Klein, J.I. Between a rock and a hard place. Presented at the American Psy- chiatric Association 34th Institute of Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Louisville, Kentucky, (by invitation), October 1982.
  1. 38.Mills, M.J. and Goldstein, W.H. Administration for clinicians. Presented at the American Psy- chiatric Association 34th Institute of Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Louisville, Kentucky, (by invitation), October 1982.
  1. 39.Mills, M.J. and Goldstein, W.H. Creative administration and staffing. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association 34th Institute of Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Louisville, Ken- tucky, (by invitation), October 1982.
  1. 40.Mills, M.J. and Gutheil, T.G. Guardianship and the right to refuse treatment: a critique of the Roe case. Presented at the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, New York, NY, October 1982.
  1. 41.Gutheil, T.G. and Mills, M.J. Legal fictions and the manipulation of reality. Presented at the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, New York, NY, October 1982.
  1. 42.Mills, M.J. Choices for the Commonwealth: the condition of politics and public policy in Mas- sachusetts. Presented at the John F. Kennedy Library, Boston, Massachusetts, (by invitation), October 1982.
  1. 43.Mills, M.J. Public administration in the Department of Mental Health. Presented at the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, (by invitation), October, 1982.
  1. 44.Mills, M.J. Mental health treatment of adjudicated persons. Presented at the National Com- mission on the Insanity Defense, Arlington, Virginia, (by invitation), October, l982.
  1. 45.Mills, M.J. National perspectives on the state of mental health delivery. Presented at the Nation- al Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Springfield, Massachusetts, (by invitation), November 1982.
  1. 46.Mills, M.J. Legal developments affecting patient care. Presented at the Psychiatric Grand Rounds, Saint Vincents Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts, (by invitation), November 1982.
  1. 47.Mills, M.J. Issues in public sector mental health delivery. Presented at the Joint Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry and Department of Medicine, Rhode Island Hospital and Brown Uni- versity, Providence, Rhode Island, (by invitation), November, 1982.
  1. 48.Mills, M.J. Future directions in mental health care. Presented at Boston University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Social Work, Boston, Massachusetts, (by invitation), November, 1982.
  1. 49.Mills, M.J. and Hilliard, J. Confidentiality and Tarasoff: the current status. Presented at Issues in Mental Health and Law, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Harvard Medical School, Bos- ton, Massachusetts, (by invitation), December 1982.


 

 

  1. 50.Mills, M.J. The future of general hospital psychiatry units and community mental health centers in an era of fiscal constraints. Presented at A Community Interface: The Mental Health Center and the General Hospital, St. Anne's Hospital, Charlton Memorial Hospital and Corrigan Mental Health Center, Westport, Massachusetts, (by invitation), January 1983.

 

  1. 51.Mills, M.J. Legal reform and deinstitutionalization: changes in the mental health care system.

Presented at the Rutgers-Princeton Post Doctoral Program in Mental Health Research, New

Brunswick, New Jersey, (by invitation), February 1983.

  1. 52.Mills, M.J. Constitutional litigation involving mental health systems. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of State Mental Health Attorneys, Arlington, Virginia, (by invitation), February 1983.
  1. 53.Mills, M.J. Recent developments in mental health law affecting practitioners. Presented at the Philip Pinel Institute, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada, (by invitation), February, l983.
  1. 54.Mills, M.J. Legal issues in outpatient treatment. Symposia: Compliance and the schizophrenic outpatient. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, (by invitation), May 1983.
  1. 55.Mills, M.J. Some recent problems confronting deinstitutionalized patients. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May 1983.
  1. 56.Mills, M.J. Civil commitment: standards and procedures. Presented at Recent Developments in Mental Health Law, sponsored by the American Society of Law and Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, (by invitation), June 1983.
  1. 57.Mills, M.J. Evolving civil commitment standards. Presented at the 14th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Portland, Oregon, October 1983.
  1. 58.Mills, M.J. National dilemmas in public-sector mental health delivery. Presented at the Portland City Club, Portland, Oregon, (by invitation), October 1983.
  1. 59.Mills, M.J. Civil commitment: do the new standards make sense? Presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November 1983.
  1. 60.Mills, M.J. Further development in the right to refuse treatment. Presented at the Colloquium Series, Department of Psychiatry, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, (by invitation), December 1983.
  1. 61.Mills, M.J. Legal issues in psychiatry: consent and liability with neuroleptics; evolving civil commitment criteria; rights to and to refuse treatment; and the insanity defense. Presented at the Psychiatry Conference, Beth Israel Conferences, Vail, Colorado, (by invitation), February 1983.
  1. 62.Mills, M.J. Assaults on professional staff: systems resistance to prosecution. Presented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Anaheim, California, (by invitation), February 1984.
  1. 63.Mills, M.J. Rethinking civil commitment. Presented at the Sepulveda Veterans Administration Medical Center, Sepulveda, California, (by invitation), March 1984.
  1. 64.Mills, M.J. Psychotherapists duties to third parties. Presented at the University of Southern Cal- ifornia School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), March 1984.


 

  1. 65.Mills, M.J. Dangerousness: the duties to warn and protect. Presented at the Department of Psy- chiatry, Kern Medical Center, Bakersfield, California, (by invitation), March 1984.
  1. 66.Mills, M.J. The psychotherapists duties in dealing with violent patients. Presented at the Isaac Ray Center, Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, (by invitation), April 1984.
  1. 67.Mills, M.J. Legal evolution of Tarasoff. Presented at the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (by invitation), April 1984.
  1. 68.Mills, M.J. Psychiatric ethics. Presented at Delamo Hospital, Torrance, California, (by invita- tion), April 1984.
  1. 69.Mills, M.J. Interviewing in special circumstances: the assaultive patient. Presented at the Amer- ican Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, May 1984.
  1. 70.Mills, M.J. A collaborative law/psychiatry relationship: co-mediated divorce by a psychiatrist and a lawyer. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, May 1984.
  1. 71.Mills, M.J. Tarasoff and its legal progeny. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, May 1984.
  1. 72.Mills, M.J. Some legal aspects of prescribing anti-psychotic medications. Presented at the 8th Annual Psychiatry Symposium on "Trends in Psychiatry," Kaiser Permanente, Newport Beach, California, (by invitation), June 1984.
  1. 73.Mills, M.J. Expanding duties to third parties: further sequelae to Tarasoff. Presented at the 10th International Congress of Law and Psychiatry, Banff, Alberta, Canada, (by invitation), June 1984.

 

  1. 74.Mills, M.J. Evolving duties when using neuroleptic therapy: problems of consent and liability.

Presented at the Seminar on Tardive Dyskinesia, Detroit-Wayne County Community Mental

Health Board, Detroit, Michigan, (by invitation), June 1984.

  1. 75.Mills, M.J. Mental health and mental retardation issues in equal employment opportunity as- sessment. Presented at the Conference on Equal Employment, Los Angeles, California, (by invi- tation), June 1984.
  1. 76.Mills, M.J. Some aspects of California's civil commitment procedures. Presented at the Veterans Administration Center, Sepulveda, California, (by invitation), September 1984.
  1. 77.Mills, M.J. Recent developments affecting hospitalization standards. Presented at the Recent Developments in Mental Health Law Meeting, sponsored by the American Society of Law and Medicine, Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), October 1984.
  1. 78.Mills, M.J. Forensic update. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association 36th Institute on Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Denver, Colorado, (by invitation), October 1984.
  1. 79.Mills, M.J. and Winslade, W.J. Confidentiality. Presented at the American Psychiatric Associa- tion 36th Institute on Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Denver, Colorado, (by invitation), Oc- tober 1984.
  1. 80.Mills, M.J. Heterocyclic antidepressants and cardiotoxicity. Presented at the People-to-People International Medical Conference of the CMA on Affective Psychosis, Huang Shan City, People's


 

Republic of China, (by invitation), November 1984.

  1. 81.Mills, M.J. Clinicolegal consequences of deinstitutionalization. Presented at the People-to- People International Delegation to the Korean Medical Association, Seoul, South Korea, (by invi- tation), November 1984.
  1. 82.Mills, M.J. Predicting dangerousness: the clinical relevance of Tarasoff. Presented at the Patton State Hospital Colloquium, Patton California, (by invitation), December 1984.
  1. 83.Mills, M.J. Clinical management of the dangerous patient: does Tarasoff make sense? Presented at Gladman Memorial Hospital, Oakland, California, (by invitation), December 1984.
  1. 84.Mills, M.J. Problems in psychiatry. Presented at the 1985 Medical Malpractice Seminar, U.S. Department of Justice, Attorney General's Advocacy Institute, Long Beach, California, (by invita- tion), January 1985.
  1. 85.Mills, M.J. Legal boundaries in psychiatric practice. Presented at the Benjamin Rush Society Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, (by invitation), January 1985.
  1. 86.Mills, M. J. Current themes in malpractice litigation. Presented at Kaiser Permanente, Van Nuys, California, (by invitation), February 1985.
  1. 87.Mills, M.J. Legal changes affecting homelessness. Presented at the Forum for the Homeless, Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), March 1985.
  1. 88.Mills, M.J. Legal issues in psychiatric care. Presented at the Ventura County Medical Center, Ventura, California, (by invitation), March 1985.
  1. 89.Mills, M.J. Clinical issues in the right to treatment/right to refuse treatment. Presented at the American Orthopsychiatry Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, (by invitation), April 1985.
  1. 90.Mills, M.J. Further clinicolegal conundra in the Tarasoff progeny. Presented at the Connecticut Mental Health Center (Yale), New Haven, Connecticut, (by invitation), April 1985.
  1. 91.Mills, M.J. Legal and ethical considerations for professionals treating violent patients. Presented to the Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior, Chicago, Illinois, (by invitation), April 1985.
  1. 92.Mills, M.J. Some legal issues arising in the treatment of violent patients. Presented to the Fel- lows in Psychiatry and Law, USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), May 1985.
  1. 93.Mills, M.J. Interviewing in special circumstances: the assaultive patient. Presented at the Amer- ican Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, May 1985.
  1. 94.Mills, M.J. Patient confidentiality: should precedence take over other interests except where life is at stake (Scientific Debate)? Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meet- ing, Dallas, Texas, (by invitation), May 1985.
  1. 95.Lamb, R.H. and Mills, M.J. Our chronic patients' future in a changing world: change in laws and procedures. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, (by invitation), May 1985.


 

  1. 96.Mills, M.J. Legal approaches to treating the violent, non-compliant patient in the community.

Presented at the Seattle CMHC/University of Washington Annual Meeting on Innovation in

Community Treatment, Seattle, Washington, (by invitation), June 1985.

  1. 97.Mills, M.J. Legal implications of tardive dyskinesia. Presented to Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Galveston, Texas, (by invitation), October 1985.

 

  1. 98.Mills, M.J., et al. Violent and threatening patients: legal, regulatory, and professional issues.

Presented at Veterans Administration Medical Center Tucson, Arizona, (by invitation), October

1985.

  1. 99.Mills, M.J. Liability, limitation, protecting third parties and Tarasoff. Presented to American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (by invitation), October 1985.
  1. 100.Mills, M.J. and Klein, J. Forensic Update. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association 37th Institute on Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, (by invitation), October 1985.
  1. 101.Lamb, H.R., Goldfinger, S. and Mills, M.J. The problem of homelessness. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association 37th Institute on Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Mon- treal, Canada, (by invitation), October 1985.
  1. 102.Mills, M.J. The prevention of psychiatric malpractice. Presented at the Sepulveda Veterans Ad- ministration Medical Center, Sepulveda, California, (by invitation), November 1985.
  1. 103.Mills, M.J. Legal issues affecting the treatment of schizophrenia. Presented at CPC Walnut Creek Hospital, Walnut Creek, California, (by invitation), December 1985.
  1. 104.Mills, M.J. Managing the violent patient: clinical and legal perspectives. Presented at Thallians Mental Health Center (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center), Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), January 1986.
  1. 105.Mills, M.J. How psychotherapists can avoid malpractice litigation. Presented at El Centro Men- tal Health Center, East Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), February 1986.

 

  1. 106.Mills, M.J. Avoiding psychotherapeutic malpractice while protecting threatened third parties.

Presented at the Sheppard Pratt Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, (by invitation), March 1986.

  1. 107.Mills, M.J. The clinical management of the violent and potentially-violent patient. Presented at the University Extension Program (Dangerousness: Legal and Clinical Aspects), Irvine, Califor- nia, (by invitation), March 1986.
  1. 108.Mills, M.J. Legal and ethical issues in psychiatric treatment. Presented at Woodview-Calabasas Hospital, Calabasas, California, (by invitation), March 1986.
  1. 109.Mills, M.J. Interviewing in special circumstances: the Tarasoff problem. Presented at the Amer- ican Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 1986.
  1. 110.Roth, L.H., Appelbaum, P.S., Bloom, J.D., Rada, R.T., and Mills, M.J. Legal psychiatry: update and new issues. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Washing- ton, D.C., May 1986.

 

  1. 111.Hartman, N. and Mills, M.J. Legal/ethical issues in psychopharmacologic research. Presented at


 

the International Conference on Mental Health and Technology, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 1986.

  1. 112.Mills, M.J. Protecting third parties from the violent patient: recent developments in the United States. Presented at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, (by invitation), June 1986.
  1. 113.Mills, M.J. Roundtable discussion of forensic psychiatry. Presented at the Healthways Commu- nications Conference, Keystone, Colorado, (by invitation), July 1986.
  1. 114.Mills, M.J. Insanity: an expert's view. Presented to the Los Angeles County Public Defenders, Los Angeles, California, (by invitation) August 1986.
  1. 115.Mills, M.J. American deinstitutionalization: a critical appraisal. Presented at the First Pacific Regional Congress on Law and Mental Health (The Australian Institute of Criminology), Canber- ra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, (by invitation), August 1986.
  1. 116.Mills, M.J. Evolution of the right to refuse treatment in the United States. Presented at the First Pacific Regional Congress on Law and Mental Health (The Australian Institute of Criminology), Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, (by invitation), August 1986.
  1. 117.Beliveau, L. and Mills, M.J. New ethical issue: the rationalization of professional resources based on the effectiveness of treatment for psychiatric patients in security institutions. Presented at the International Conference on Health Law and Ethics (American Society of Law and Medi- cine), Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, (by invitation), August 1986.
  1. 118.Mills, M.J. The politics of deinstitutionalization in the United States. Presented at the Inter- national Conference on Health Law and Ethics (American Society of Law and Medicine), Syd- ney, New South Wales, Australia, (by invitation), August 1986.
  1. 119.Mills, M.J. The right to refuse treatment: developments in American law. Presented at the Inter- national Conference on Health Law and Ethics (American Society of Law and Medicine), Syd- ney, New South Wales, Australia, (by invitation), August 1986.
  1. 120.Mills, M.J. The evolution of the Tarasoff doctrine: protecting third parties from the violent acts of patients. Presented at The Northside Clinic, Greenwich, New South Wales, Australia, (by invi- tation), August 1986.
  1. 121.Mills, M.J. Current United States trends in the delivery of public mental health services. Pre- sented to the New South Wales Branch of the Australian College of Psychiatry, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, (by invitation), August 1986.
  1. 122.Mills, M.J. The right to refuse treatment in the institutional setting. Presented to Atascadero State Hospital, Atascadero, California, (by invitation), October 1986.
  1. 123.Mills, M.J. Maintenance treatment in psychosis: New trends (legal developments). Presented to Princeton American Communication Company, Princeton, New Jersey (video presentation by in- vitation), October 1986.
  1. 124.Mills, M.J. The violent patient: legal and public policy perspectives. Presented to the Depart- ment of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, The University of Texas Medical/Branch at Galves- ton, Galveston, Texas, (by invitation), November 1986.

 

  1. 125.Mills, M.J. Legal developments affecting the delivery of public mental health services. Pre-


 

sented to the Department of Psychiatry, Hahnemann Medical School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (by invitation), November 1986.

  1. 126.Mills, M.J. Strategies of dealing with threatening and potentially violent patients. Presented to the Department of Psychiatry, Health Science Center, University of Oregon, Portland, Oregon, (by invitation), November 1986.
  1. 127.Mills, M.J. Avoiding psychiatric malpractice: perspectives in irony. Presented at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Psychiatric Service Case Conference, Seattle, Washington, (by invitation), November 1986.
  1. 128.Mills, M.J. Avoiding psychiatric malpractice. Presented to the Department of Psychiatry, Tha- lians Mental Health Center, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, (by invita- tion), November 1986.

 

 

  1. 129.Mills, M.J. Mental health legal reform, or do the issues ever change: libertarianism versus pater- nalism. Presented at the 7th Annual Congress of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, Newman College, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, (by invita- tion), November 1986.
  1. 130.Mills, M.J. Malpractice and legal reform in psychiatry. Presented to the Department of Psychia- try and the Behavioral Sciences, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), December 1986.
  1. 131.Mills, M.J. Anxiety: quest for improved therapy. Presented to the Los Angeles audience of the Mead Johnson Television Seminar, Los Angeles, California, (by invitation), January 1987.
  1. 132.Mills, M.J. Avoidance of psychiatric malpractice. Presented to Atascadero State Hospital, Atas- cadero, California, (by invitation) April 1987.
  1. 133.Mills, M.J. Some observations on the right to refuse treatment. Presented to the New York State Office of Mental Health, Office of Counsel, Lake George, NY, (by invitation) April 1987.
  1. 134.Mills, M.J. Legal ramifications of extrapyramidal symptoms. Presented at the 140th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Chicago, Illinois, (by invitation) May 1987.
  1. 135.Mills, M.J. Psychotropic therapy: the issue of drug-induced impairment (potential legal implica- tions). Presented at the 140th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Chicago, Illinois, (by invitation) May 1987.
  1. 136.Mills, M.J. Controversies in law and psychiatry: update (the duty to protect). Presented at the 140th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Chicago, Illinois, May 1987.
  1. 137.Mills, M.J. Inpatient management of the aggressive patient: some legal aspects. Presented at the 140th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Chicago, Illinois, May 1987.
  1. 138.Mills, M.J. Preventing psychiatric malpractice: practitioners' dilemmas for the eighties. Pre- sented at the Southern California Psychiatric Society, Inland Region, Colton, California, (by invi- tation) May 1987.
  1. 139.Mills, M.J. Ethics and legality of seclusion and restraint. Presented at Patton State Hospital, Pat- ton, California, (by invitation) July 1987.


 

  1. 140.Mills, M.J. Unwillingness, non-competence and antipsychotic medication. Presented at Napa State Hospital, Napa, California, (by invitation) July 1987.
  1. 141.Mills, M.J. Psychiatric malpractice: new dilemmas posed by Tarasoff. Presented at Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Northridge, California, (by invitation) September 1987.
  1. 142.Mills, M.J. The malpractice crisis: implications for treatment and liability. Presented at Vet- erans Administration Hospital, Sepulveda, California, (by invitation) October 1987.
  1. 143.Mills, M.J. Treatment for affective disorders: an update on legal complications. Presented at Ochsner Clinic, New Orleans, Louisiana, (by invitation) November 1987.
  1. 144.Mills, M.J. Psychiatric malpractice: how to stay out of the courtroom. Presented at Veterans Administration Medical Center, Palo Alto, California (by invitation) November 1987.
  1. 145.Mills, M.J. The patient's record: information appropriate for “eupractice”. Presented at Cedars- Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California (by invitation) November 1987.
  1. 146.Mills, M.J. Recent legal developments in psychiatric Presented at Woodview- Calabasas Hospital, Calabasas, California (by invitation) January 1988.
  1. 147.Mills, M.J. Confidentiality and privileged communication. Presented at Patton State Hospital, Patton, California (by invitation) February 1988.
  1. 148.Mills, M.J. Forensic aspects of psychopharmacology. Presented at The Southern California Psy- chiatric Society, Los Angeles, California (by invitation) February 1988.
  1. 149.Mills, M.J. Avoiding psychiatric malpractice: refining the physician-patient role. Presented at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio (by invitation) March 1988.
  1. 150.Mills, M.J. Legal developments in psychiatric practice. Presented at the University of Texas, Houston, Texas (by invitation) April 1988.
  1. 151.Mills, M.J. Avoiding psychiatric malpractice. Presented at the University of California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California (by invitation) April 1988.
  1. 152.Mills, M.J. A comprehensive review of the laws regulating psychotherapists: an emphasis on emerging situations. Presented at the Washington Association of County Designated Mental Health Professionals, Olympia, Washington (by invitation) April 1988.
  1. 153.Mills, M.J. Privacy, confidentiality and privileged communication: ongoing dilemmas for the psychotherapist. Presented at Atascadero State Hospital, Atascadero, California (by invitation) April 1988.
  1. 154.Mills, M.J. Management of the aggressive patient: some legal aspects. Presented at the 141st Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 1988.
  1. 155.Bear, D.M., Pollock, D.C., Ervin, F.R. and Mills, M.J. Neuropsychiatric perspective on human aggression. Presented at the 141st Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Montreal, Canada, May 1988.
  1. 156.Pollock, D.C., Bear, D.M., Ervin, F.R. and Mills, M.J. Evaluating aggression. Presented at the 141st Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Montreal, Canada, May 1988.


 

  1. 157.Ervin, F.R.; Bear, D.M.; Pollock, D.C. and Mills, M.J. Pathological aggression. Presented at the 141st Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Montreal, Canada, May 1988.
  1. 158.Mills, M.J. National trends in mental health law. Presented at Metropolitan State Hospital, Nor- walk, California (by invitation) May 1988.
  1. 159.Mills, M.J. "Malpractice-proofing" the medical record: problems for the 1990's. Presented at Southern California Edison Corporation, Rosemead, California (by invitation) May 1988.
  1. 160.Mills, M.J. Legal and ethical pitfalls in primary-care psychiatric counseling. Presented at South- ern California Edison Corporation, Rosemead, California (by invitation) May 1988.
  1. 161.Mills, M.J. Evolving legal issues in psychiatric practice. Presented at the Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn, Michigan (by invitation) June 1988.
  1. 162.Mills, M.J. Innovative ways of avoiding medical malpractice suits. Presented at the Valley Community Hospital, Santa Maria, California (by invitation) June 1988.
  1. 163.Mills, M.J. Psychopharmacologic treatment: legal regulations, liability and abuse. Presented at Advancement in Neurosciences: Psychopharmacology update, sponsored by the Association for the Advancement in Neurosciences, Rome, Italy (by invitation) September 1988.
  1. 164.Mills, M.J. Avoiding medical malpractice: strategies and tactics. Presented at the Centinela Hospital Medical Center, Inglewood, California (by invitation) October 1988.
  1. 165.Mills, M.J. Immunity, disease and civil liability. Presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San Francisco, California October 1988.
  1. 166.Mills, M.J. Medical/legal problems in handling legal psychiatric cases. Presented at the Truck Insurance Exchange and California Hospitals Medical Malpractice Seminar, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia (by invitation) November 1988.
  1. 167.Mills, M.J. Strategies for avoiding psychiatric malpractice. Presented at the Langley Porter Psy- chiatric Institute, San Francisco, California (by invitation) November 1988.
  1. 168.Mills, M.J. Legal issues in psychiatry: avoiding malpractice. Presented at Fair Oaks Hospital, Summit, New Jersey and at Clinton Inn, Tenafly, New Jersey (by invitation) November 1988.
  1. 169.Mills, M.J. Adolescent civil commitment: issues in controversy. Presented at The Regent Hos- pital, New York, NY (by invitation) November 1988.
  1. 170.Mills, M.J. The theory and practice of "eupractice": does malpractice litigation make for better patient care? Presented at the Humana Hospital, Las Vegas, Nevada (by invitation) December 1988.
  1. 171.Mills, M.J. Ethical issues in the practice of psychopharmacology. Presented at the Benjamin Rush Society Annual Meeting, Baja California, Mexico (by invitation) January 1989.
  1. 172.Mills, M.J. Clinicolegal issues in the prevention of medical malpractice. Presented at Canyon View Hospital, Twin Falls, Idaho (by invitation) January 1989.
  1. 173.Mills, M.J. The legal use of medical experts: their selection and preparation. Presented at The Magic Valley Bar Association, Twin Falls, Idaho (by invitation) January 1989.


 

  1. 174.Mills, M.J. Legal aspects of psychopharmacologic intervention: neuroleptics, antidepressants and anxiolytics. Presented at the St. Alphonsus Hospital, Boise, Idaho (by invitation) January 1989.
  1. 175.Mills, M.J. Tarasoff duties: prediction of dangerousness in release of mental patients. Presented at Atascadero State Hospital, Atascadero, California (by invitation) March 1989.
  1. 176.Mills, M.J. Informed consent and the use of psychotropic medication. Presented at Menninger Clinic, Topeka, Kansas (by invitation) April 1989.
  1. 177.Mills, M.J. Tardive dyskinesia, neuroleptics, and informed consent. Presented at Menninger Clinic, Topeka, Kansas (by invitation) April 1989.
  1. 178.Mills, M.J. Stigma of ECT: legal perspectives. Presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, San Francisco, California (by invitation) May 1989.
  1. 179.Mills, M.J. Psychiatry and the law: have the last three decades of legal regulation been produc- tive? Presented at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute, Los Angeles, California (by invitation) May 1989.
  1. 180.Mills, M.J. Ethical dilemmas in forensic psychiatry. Presented at Atascadero State Hospital, Atascadero, California (by invitation) May 1989.
  1. 181.Mills, M.J. Controversial issues in psychiatric administration. Presented at Metropolitan State Hospital, Norwalk, California (by invitation) May 1989.
  1. 182.Mills, M.J. Issues in psychiatric malpractice. Presented at Harbor Hospital, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia (by invitation) June 1989.
  1. 183.Mills, M.J. Current themes in psychiatric malpractice litigation. Presented at Metropolitan State Hospital, Norwalk, California (by invitation) June 1989.

 

  1. 184.Mills, M.J. Implementing informed consent criteria for the hospitalized chronically mentally ill.

Presented at the Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Nashville, Tennessee (by

invitation) June 1989.

  1. 185.Mills, M.J. Insanity: Do we need it? Presented at Atascadero State Hospital, Atascadero, Cali- fornia (by invitation) June 1989.
  1. 186.Mills, M.J. Legal developments affecting patient care. Presented at Olive View Medical Center, Sylmar, California (by invitation) June 1989.
  1. 187.Mills, M.J. The legal issues affecting psychiatric patients' assault. Presented at Napa State Hos- pital, Napa, California (by invitation) September 1989.
  1. 188.Mills, M.J. Tort law and malpractice. Presented at Atascadero State Hospital, Atascadero, Cali- fornia (by invitation) December 1989.
  1. 189.Mills, M.J. The future of forensic mental health services. Presented at Mayhem, Madness and Mental Health, San Luis Obispo, California (by invitation) April 1990.
  1. 190.Mills, M.J. The role of the nuclear utility medical review officer: issue of drug testing in the workplace. Presented at the Nuclear Management and Resources Council Meeting, Detroit, Michigan (by invitation) September 1990.


 

 

  1. 191.Mills, M.J. The role of the nuclear utility medical review officer: practical issues for physicians.

Presented at Healthcare Centers for Business in Industry, Phoenix, Arizona (by invitation) Octo-

ber 1990.

  1. 192.Mills, M.J. The devil made me do it: some thoughts on the role of mental illness in violent crime. Presented at Plexis II: The Neurobiology of Aggression (Healthcare Rehabilitation Cen- ter), Austin, Texas (by invitation) November 1990.
  1. 193.Jackman, J.A., Mills, M.J. and Wells, S.H. Medical/legal aspects of mental illness. Presented at the Whittier Bar Association, Whittier, California (by invitation) November 1991.
  1. 194.Mills, M.J. The theory and practice of defending psychological injury in tort claims: the evalua- tion and implications of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Presented at the Torts Branch, Civil Division, United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. (by invitation) June 1992.
  1. 195.Mills, M.J. Substance abuse and stress management in the legal profession. Presented at the Cal- ifornia District Attorney's Association Annual Meeting, South Lake Tahoe, California (by invita- tion) June 1992.
  1. 196.Mills, M.J. The politics of the right to refuse treatment. Presented at the Fifteenth Annual Scien- tific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, San Francisco, California (by invitation) July 1992.
  1. 197.Mills, M.J. Malpractice risk reduction. Presented at the Southern California Edison Health Care CME Offsite, Pomona, California (by invitation) January 1993.
  1. 198.Mills, M.J. Legal issues in medicine. Presented in conjunction with the course, "The Anthropol- ogy of Medicine" to the University of California School of Medicine, La Jolla, California (by in- vitation) February 1993.
  1. 199.Mills, M.J. Psychiatric dangerousness and civil commitment criteria. Presented at the MCLE Seminar, Rushfeldt, Shelley & Drake, Sherman Oaks, California (by invitation) March 1993.

 

  1. 200.Mills, M.J. and Rosenberg, J.E. Is it proper to sue and prosecute psychiatric patients for assault?

Presented to the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 25th Annual Meeting, Maui,

Hawaii (by invitation) October 1994.

  1. 201.Mills, M.J. Is there a link between mental illness and dangerousness? Presented at the UCSD Department of Psychiatry Conference Seminar titled “Breakthroughs in Psychiatry and the Law: Dealing with Dangerousness in the 90s,” San Diego, California (by invitation) February 1995.
  1. 202.Ornish, S.A., Mills, M.J., Humphrey, J., Matthews, D. and Pippin, J.D. Ethics, law and prear- raignment evaluations. Presented to the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 28th An- nual Meeting, Denver, Colorado (by invitation) October 1997.
  1. 203.Mills, M.J. Psychiatric issues in nursing home care. Presented at A.I. Healthcare, New York, New York, April 1999.
  1. 204.Mills, M.J. Current topics in forensic psychiatry. Presented at Grand Rounds for Howard Uni- versity Department of Psychiatry, Washington, D.C., (by invitation) November 2000.
  1. 205.Mills, M.J. Psychiatric issues in criminal prosecution. Presented to the United States Attorney, Central District (Florida), Tampa, Florida, (by invitation) December 2000.


 

 

  1. 206.Mills, M.J. Effectiveness of ECT combined with Risperidone against aggression in schizophre- nia. Presented at Elgin Mental Health Center, Elgin, Illinois, (by invitation) October 2001.
  1. 207.Mills, M.J. Recent topics and developments in forensic psychiatry. Presented at Elgin Mental Health Center, Elgin, Illinois, (by invitation) October 2001.
  1. 208.Mills, M.J. How to testify as an expert witness in court and before other formal tribunals. Pre- sented at the Annual Meeting of the American Rehabilitation Economics Association (AREA), Reno, Nevada, (by invitation) May 2002.
  1. 209.Mills, M.J. Assessing the truthfulness of childrens allegations of abuse: some psychiatric pers- pectives. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the State Bar of Michigan Childrens Law Section, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, (by invitation) May 2005.
  1. 210.Mills, M.J. Case examples of sexual predators: are the treatments sufficient and/or is civil com- mitment appropriate? Presented at the Annual Meeting of the State Bar of Michigan Childrens Law Section, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, (by invitation) May 2005.
  1. 211.Mills, M.J. A psychiatric overview of some issues useful in considering children’s allegations of abuse and sexual abuse. Presented at the XXIXth Annual Congress on Law and Mental Health, sponsored by the International Academy of Law and Mental Health, Paris, France, (by invitation) July 2005.
  1. 212.Mills, M.J. Charles McCoy: Psychiatric, Legal and Ethical Perspectives on the Ohio Freeway Shootings. Presented at the Use of Forensic Evidence at Trial (Douglas W. Squires, Director), Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio, (by invitation) September 2005.

 

  1. 213.Mills, M.J. Psychiatry and the Law. Presented at the Use of Forensic Evidence at Trial (Douglas

W. Squires, Director), Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio, (by invitation) October,

2006.

 

  1. 214.Mills, M.J. and Grotberg, E. Forensic psychiatric evaluations as therapy? Presented at the Inter- national Academy of Law and Mental Health, Padua, Italy, (by invitation), June, 2007.
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