Evaluating Post-Transplant Medical Adherence

Evaluating Post-Transplant Medical Adherence

Next Academy Virtual Journal Club session

Participants to the next ACLP Virtual Journal Club session will discuss the article:

Post-transplant Medical Adherence: What Have we Learned, and Can We Do Better?

Wednesday, September 13, 2023, 12:30-1:00pm EDT

The article will be presented by Sarah Andrews, MD, assistant professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins Hospital.


Sarah Ramsay Andrews, MD
Sarah Andrews, MD

Her work focuses on transplant psychiatry and inpatient substance abuse treatment. At the Comprehensive Transplant Center at Hopkins, Dr. Andrews developed and leads the transplant psychiatry consultation service, which evaluates patients both pre- and post-transplant. Additionally, she is the service line leader for two inpatient substance abuse units at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Through her work in these roles, she has developed a high level of clinical excellence in both transplant Psychiatry and the treatment of substance use disorders, with particular expertise in the intersection of the two.

To prepare for this journal club session, please read the article beforehand: Dew MA, Posluszny DM, DiMartini AF, Myaskovsky L, Steel JL, DeVito Dabbs AJ. Post-transplant medical adherence: What have we learned and can we do better? Curr Transplant Rep.2018; 5(2):174-188. doi:10.1007/s40472-018-0195-8. This article should be available free of charge!

ACLP Virtual Journal Club sessions are held every two months and focus on articles from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology’s Article-Based Continuing Certification pathway for C-L Psychiatry.

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