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Damara N Gutnick, M.D.Clinical Assistant Professor;
Departments of Medicine (GIM Div) and Psychiatry
Bellevue Hospital 462 First Avenue
Ambulatory Care Building Rm 2126
New York, NY 10016
Education1990-1994 — Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Medical Education
Research SummaryPhysician Investigator. a??In collaboration with Mariano Rey MD, (Dean for Community Health and Research. Director of the Institute for Community Health and Research. NYU School of Medicine), Carole Sigel (Director, Nathan Klein Institute) Funded by Nathan Klein Institute and HHC CTSI. This study aims to determine whether the widely used cut point for the depression screening instrument, PHQ-9, is equally valid for Mexicans and Ecuadorian Latino subgroups compared to Non Latino Whites.
Research Interests1. Collaborative Care For Depression 2. Effect of an Innovative, Interactive, Web-Based Depression Teaching Module Incorporating the Principles of Chronic Disease Management on Physician Attitudes, Self-Efficacy and Behaviors. Program for Medical Education Innovations and Research (PrMEIR) Grant Recipient NYU/Langone Medical Center, NY. Research ongoing. 3. Depression Screening in Latino Primary Care Patients 4. Depression and Culture 5. Chronic Illness Care Management 6. Comprehensive Motivational Interventions (CMI): A brief adaptation of Motivational Interviewing skills that can be used to help patients and clients change behaviors and support self management.
All data from NYU Health Sciences Library Faculty Bibliography — -
Barriers and facilitators to goal-setting in overweight and obese Latina primary care patients: A qualitative study
Jay, M; Gutnick, D N; Gerchow, L; Savarimuthu, S; Tagliaferro, M B; Kalet, A; Squires, A
2013 June 2013;28:S33-S33, Journal of general internal medicine
— id: 781652, year: 2013, vol: 28, page: S33, stat: Journal Article,