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Dave R. Patterson

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Name
Dave R.
Last name
Patterson
Degree
PhD, ABPP, ABPH
Language
English
Biography

EDUCATION

1973 - 1975 University of Alabama in Huntsville

1975 - 1977 Emory University: B.A., Highest Honors in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude

1982 Florida State University: Ph.D., Clinical Psychology


POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

1981-1982 Predoctoral Internship, University of Southern California Medical School (APA accredited)

1982-1983 Postdoctoral Fellowship, Emory School of Medicine, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

1983-1984 Resident in Medical Psychology, Oregon Health Sciences Center, University of Oregon

MEDICAL SCHOOL

1984-present Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington


FACULTY POSITIONS

1990-present  University of Washington Graduate Faculty

July 1984-July 1986 Acting Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology

July 1986-July 1991 Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology

July 1991-July 1997 Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology

July 1997-present Professor of Clinical Psychology

July 1997-present Adjunct Professor of Surgery

July 1997-present Adjunct Professor of Psychology, University of Washington Department of Psychology

March 1994- Oct 1994 Acting Director, University of Washington Medical School Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Clinical Psychology Internship Program

October 1997- 2010 Head, Division of Psychology, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine


 HOSPITAL POSITIONS

1984-2011 Attending Psychologist, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Harborview Medical Center

1984-2011 Attending Psychologist, University of Washington Burn Center, Harborview Medical Center


 HONORS

1974, 1975 Most Outstanding Academic Performance of an Athlete, University of Alabama in Huntsville

1977 Psi Chi-Psychology Honor Society

1977 Phi Beta Kappa

1977 Graduate Summa Cum Laude, Emory University

1977 H. McCord Award for Most Outstanding Athletic Performance, Emory University

1982 Graduate Student Research Award, University of Southern California Medical School, Department of Psychiatry

1991 American Psychological Association, Division 30, Best Theoretical Paper Award. American Psychological Association 99th Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

1992 American Psychological Association, Division 22, Certificate of Appreciation. American Psychological Association 100th Annual Convention, Washington DC. American Burn Association Clinical Research Award. By John J. Everett,

1993 Ph.D. (student). American Burn Association 25th Annual Meeting, Cincinnati OH. American Psychological Association, Division 30, Best Clinical Paper

1995 Award. American Psychological Association 103rd Annual Convention, New York.

1997 American Burn Association Clinical Research Award. Jason N. Doctor, Ph.D. (postdoctoral fellow). American Burn Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

1997 Milton H. Erickson Award for Scientific Contributions to Hypnosis. American Society for Clinical Hypnosis, International Society for Hypnosis. San Diego, CA.

2000 American Burn Association Clinical Research Award. American Burn Association Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV.

2001 American Burn Association Clinical Research Award, by Shelley Wiechman, Ph.D. (postdoctoral fellow). American Burn Association Annual Meeting, Boston MA.

2002 American Burn Association Lindberg Award (Best Scientific Paper). American Burn Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL.

2003 Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Roy M. Dorcus Award (Best Clinical Paper). Hypnosis and Clinical Pain, Psychological Bulletin.

2004 American Burn Association Clinical Research Award. American Burn Association 36th Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC.

2004 The Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Roy M. Dorcus Award (Best Clinical Paper). Virtual Reality Hypnosis: A Case Report, International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis.

2005 American Board of Psychological Hypnosis Morton Prince Award (distinguished contributions to the development of hypnosis in the science and profession of psychology).

2005 The Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Presidential Commendation f or Public Education.

2008 American Psychological Association, Rehabilitation Psychology Division. Roger G. Barker Award Distinguished Research Contribution Award.

2008 Wiechman Askay, S., Patterson, D.R. Harold Yuker Award for Research Excellence, “A randomized controlled trial of hypnosis for burn wound care,” Rehabilitation Psychology (top cited article in journal from 2002-2008).

2010 American Burn Association Curtis P. Artz Distinguished Service Award, American Burn Association Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.

2011 Emory University All-Time Soccer Team (legendary status), September. Patterson, D.R. Division of Rehabilitation Psychology – Division 22

2012 American Psychological Association and American Board of Rehabilitation Psychology Beatrice Wright and Tamara Dembo Lecture in Rehabilitation Psychology, 14th Annual Conference, 2012, Fort Worth, TX.

2012 Patterson, D.R. (Teeley, A., first author) American Society of Clinical Hypnosis William S. Kroger Award for Best Paper on Hypnosis, Health and Behavioral Medicine. Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 2012.


BOARD CERTIFICATION/ DIPLOMATE STATUS

1997 Diplomate; American Board of Rehabilitation Psychology, under the American Board of Psychology (ABPP)

1997 Diplomate; American Board of Psychological Hypnosis (ABPH) Approved consultant in Clinical Hypnosis, The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis State of Washington 

Location
Mercer Island, WA 98040, USA
location_lat
47.5707168
location_lng
-122.2215147
Member of ISH

Publications
Publications

BIBLIOGRAPHY REFEREED JOURNALS

1. Patterson, D.R. & Torgesen, J.D. (1981). “The Reliability of a Standard Vigilance Paradigm with Children.” Journal of General Psychology, 104: 303-304. 

2. Patterson, D.R. & Sechrest, L.B. (1983). “Non-Reactive Measures in Psychotherapy Outcome Research.” Clinical Psychological Review, 3: 391-416. 

3. Patterson, D.R. (1987). “Hypnosis: Excerpts from a symposium on pain management at Harborview Hospital, Seattle, Washington, July 23, 1986.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 8: 307-318. 

4. Patterson, D.R., Questad, K.A., Boltwood, M.D., Covey, M.H., de Lateur, B.J., Dutcher, K.A., Heimbach, D.M., Marvin, J.A. (1987). "Patient self-reports three months after sustaining a major burn." Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation. 8(4): 274-279. 

5. Patterson, D.R., Questad, K.A., Boltwood, M.D. (1987). “Hypnotherapy as a treatment for pain in patients with burns: Research and clinical considerations.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation. 8(3): 263-268. 

6. Patterson, D.R. (1987). “Psychologic management of the burn patient.” Topics in Acute and Trauma Rehabilitation, 1(4): 25-39. 

7. Questad, K.A., Patterson, D.R., Boltwood, M., Heimbach, D.M., Dutcher, K.A., de Lateur, B.J., Marvin, J.A., Covey, M.H. (1988). “Relating mental health and physical function at discharge to rehabilitation status three months past burn.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation. 9(1): 87- 90. 

8. Blew, A., Patterson, D.R., & Questad, K.A. (1989). “Frequency of use and rated effectiveness of cognitive and behavioral coping responses to burn pain.” Burns, 15(1): 20-22. 

9. Patterson, D.R., Questad, K.A., & de Lateur, B.J. (1989). “Hypnotherapy as an adjunct to narcotic analgesia for the treatment of pain from burn debridement.” American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 31: 156-163. 

10. Everett, J.J., Patterson, D.R., & Chen C. (1990). “Cognitive and behavioral treatments for burn pain.” The Pain Clinic, 3(3): 133-145. 

11. Patterson, D.R., Carrigan, L., Robinson, R., & Questad, K.A. (1990). “Post-traumatic stress disorder and delirium in hospitalized patients.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 11(3): 181-184. 

12. Burns, G.L. & Patterson, D.R. (1990). “Conduct problem behaviors in a stratified random sample of children and adolescents: New standardization data on the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory.” Psychological Assessment: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2(4): 391-397. 

13. Burns, G.L., Patterson, D.R. (1991). “Factor structure of the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory: Unidimensional or multidimensional measure of disruptive behavior?” Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 20(4): 439-444. 

14. Burns, G.L., Patterson, D.R., Nussbaum, B. & Parker, C. (1991). “Disruptive behaviors and out- patient pediatric populations: Additional standardization data on the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory.” Psychological Assessment: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 3(2): 202-207. 

15. Fitzsimons, T., Patterson, R. & Patterson, D.R. (1991). “The allergic patient who is non- compliant and abusive: Dealing with the adverse experience.” Annals of Allergy, 66(4): 340-342. 

16. Patterson, R., Greenberger, P., & Patterson, D.R. (1991). “Potentially fatal asthma: The problem of noncompliance.” Annals of Allergy, 67: 138-142. 

17. Patterson, D.R. (1992). “Practical applications of psychological techniques in controlling burn pain.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation. 13: 13-18. 

18. Brooke, M.M., Questad, K.A., Patterson, D.R. & Bashak, K.J. (1992). “Agitation and restlessness after closed head injury: a prospective study of 100 consecutive admissions.” Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 73: 320-323. 

19. Brooke, M.M., Patterson, D.R., Questad, K.A., Cardenas, D.D. & Lechner, C. (1992). “The treatment of agitation during initial hospitalization after traumatic brain injury.” Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 73: 917-921.

20. Brooke, M.M., Patterson, D.R., Questad, K.A. & Valois, T.A. (1992). “Driving evaluation after traumatic brain injury.” American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 71: 177-182.

21. Patterson, D.R., Everett, J.J., Burns, G.L. & Marvin, J.A. (1992). “Hypnosis for the treatment of burn pain.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 60(5): 713-717

22. Patterson, D.R., Miller-Perrin, C., McCormick, T. & Hudson, L. (1993). “When life support is questioned early in the care of patients with cervical-level quadriplegia.” New England Journal of Medicine, 328(7): 506-509

23. Moore, A.D. & Patterson, D.R. (1993). “Psychological intervention with spinal cord injured patients: Promoting control out of dependence.” SCI Psychosocial Process, 6(1): 18-24. 

24. Patterson, D.R., Everett, J.J., Bombardier, C.H., Questad, K.A., Lee, V.K. & Marvin, J.A. (1993). “The psychological effects of severe burn injuries.” Psychological Bulletin, 113(2): 362-378

25. Everett, J.J., Patterson, D.R., Burns, G.L., Montgomery, B.K. & Heimbach, D.M. (1994). “Adjunctive interventions for burn pain control: Comparison of hypnosis and Ativan.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation. 14(6): 676-683. (Awarded American Burn Association Clinical Research Award, 1993). 

26. Everett, J.J., Patterson, D.R., Marvin, J.A., Montgomery, B.K., Ordonez, N.A. & Campbell, K.L. (1994). “Pain assessment from patients with burns and their nurses.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation. 15(2): 194-198. 

27. Moore, A.D., Bombardier, C.H., Brown, P.B. & Patterson, D.R. (1994). “Coping and emotional attributions following spinal cord injury.” International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 17(1): 39-48. 

28. Patterson, D.R. & Goldberg, M.L. (1994). Comment on “Resiliency characteristics and rorschach variables in children and adolescents with severe burns.Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 15(5): 452-454. 

29. Patterson, D.R., McCormick, T., Hudson, L. (1994). Editorial Reply: Life support for patients with cervical level quadriplegia. New England Journal of Medicine, 329(9): 664

30. Patterson, D.R. (1995). “Non-opioid based approaches to burn pain.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 16(3): 372-376. 

31. Ptacek, J.T., Patterson, D.R., Montgomery, B.K. & Heimbach, D.M. (1995). “Pain, coping and adjustment in patients with burns: Preliminary findings from a prospective study.” Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 10(6): 446-455. 

32. Johnstone, B., Frank, R.G., Belar, C., Berk, S., Bieliauskas, L.A., Bigler, E.D., Caplan, B., Elliot, T.R., Glueckauf, R.L., Kaplan, R.M., Kreutzer, J.S., Mateer, C.A., Patterson, D., Puente, A.E., Richards, J.S., Rosenthal, M., Sherer, M., Shewchuk, R., Siegel, L.J., & Sweet, J.J. (1995). “Psychology in Health Care: Future Directions.” Professional Psychology, 26: 341-365. 

33. Bone, R.C., Hayden, W.R., Levine, R.L., McCartney, J.R., Barkin, R.L., Clark, S., Cowen, J., Fontaine, D., Fromm, R.E., Guerrero, M., Hansen-Flaschen, J.H., Patterson, D.R., Rothenberg, D.M., Simpson, T. & Wolman, R.L. (1995). “Recognition, assessment, and treatment of anxiety in the critical care patient: Consensus guidelines from a working party.” R. Bone (Ed) Disease- a-Month, 41(5): 305-359. 

34. Patterson, D.R. & Hanson, S.L. (1995). “Joint Division 22 and ACRM guidelines for postdoctoral training in rehabilitation psychology.” Rehabilitation Psychology, 40 (4): 299-310. 

35. Patterson, D.R. & Ptacek, J.T. (1995). “Wider implications of not controlling severe burn pain.” Chronic Pain Letter, XII(5), 2. 

36. Choy, A.C., Patterson, R., Patterson, D.R., Grammer, L.C., Greenberger, P.A., McGrath, K.G. & Harris, K.E. (1996). “Undifferentiated somatoform idiopathic anaphylaxis: Non-organic symptoms mimicking idiopathic anaphylaxis.” Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 96(6): part 1. 

37. Klapow, J.C., Patterson, D.R. & Edwards, W.T. (1996). “Hypnosis as an adjunct to medical care in the management of burger’s disease: A case report.” American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 38(4): 271-276

38. Ptacek, J.T. & Patterson, D.R. (1996). “Pain, coping, and adjustment in patients with burns: Preliminary findings from a prospective study.” Analgesic Digest, 2: 14-16. 

39. Patterson, D.R., Goldberg, M.L. & Ehde, D.M. (1996). “Hypnosis in the treatment of patients with severe burns.” American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 38(3): 200-212 (Awarded Milton H. Erickson Award for Scientific Contributions to Hypnosis, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, 1997). 

40. Patterson, D.R. & Ptacek, J.T. (1997). “Baseline pain as a moderator of hypnotic analgesia for burn injury treatment.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 65(1): 60-67

41. Patterson, D.R. & Sharar, S. (1997). “Treating pain from severe burn injuries.” Advances in Medical Psychotherapy, 9: 55-71. 

42. Patterson, D.R., Adcock, R.J. & Bombardier, C.H. (1997). “Factors predicting hypnotic analgesia in clinical burn pain.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, XLV(4): 377-395. 

43. Patterson, D.R., Ptacek, J.T., Carrougher, G.J. & Sharar, S. (1997). “Lorazepam as an adjunct to opioid analgesics in the treatment of burn pain.” Pain, 72: 367-374(American Burn Association Clinical Research Award.) 

44. Honari, S., Patterson, D.R., Gibbons, J., Martin, S., Mann, R., Gibran, N.S., & Heimbach, D.M. (1997). “Comparison of pain control medications in three age groups of elderly patients.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 18(6): 500-504. 

45. Burns, G.L., Walsh, J.A., Patterson, D.R., Holte, C.S., Sommers-Flanagan, R., & Parker, C.M. (1997). “Internal validity of the disruptive behavior disorder symptoms: Implications from parent ratings for a dimensional approach to symptom validity.” Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 25(4): 307-19. 

46. Doctor, J.N., Patterson, D.R., & Mann, R. (1997). “Health outcome for burn survivors.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 18(6): 490-5 (Awarded Clinical Research Award, American Burn Association, 1997). 

47. Patterson, D.R., Ptacek, J.T., & Esselman, P.C. (1997-98). “Management of suffering in patients with severe burn injury.” Western Journal of Medicine, 166(4): 272-273. 

48. Kendall-Grove, K.J., Ehde, D.M., Patterson, D.R. & Johnson, V. (1998). “Rates of dysfunction in parents of pediatric patients with burns.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 19(4): 312-316. 

49. Gibbons, J., Honari, S.R., Sharar, S.R., Patterson, D.R., Dimick, P.L., Martin-Herz, S., & Heimbach, D.M. (1998). “Opiate-induced respiratory depression in young pediatric burn patients.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 19(3): 225-9. 

50. Ehde, D.M., Patterson, D.R., & Fordyce, W.E. (1998). “The quota system in burn rehabilitation.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 19(5): 436-439. 

51. Ohrbach, R., Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G., & Gibran, N. (1998). “Hypnosis after an adverse response to opioids in an ICU burn patient.” Clinical Journal of Pain, 14(2): 167-75. 

52. Ehde, D.M., Patterson, D.R., Wiechman, S.A. & Wilson, L.G. (1999). “Post-traumatic stress symptoms and distress following acute burn injury.” Burns, 25(7): 587-92. 

53. Lynn, S.J., Kirsch, I., Barabasz, A., Cardena, E, Patterson, D.R. (2000). “Hypnosis as an empirically supported clinical intervention: The state of the evidence and a look to the future.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 48(2): 239-59. 

54. Ehde, D.M., Patterson, D.R., Wiechman, S.A. & Wilson, L.G. (2000). “Post-traumatic stress symptoms and distress one year post burn injury.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 21(2): 105-111. 

55. Wiechman, S.A., Ehde, D.M., Wilson, L.G., & Patterson, D.R. (2000). “The management of self-inflicted burn injuries and disruptive behavior for patients with borderline personality disorder.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 21(4): 310-17. 

56. Ptacek, J., Patterson, D., & Doctor, J. (2000). “Describing and predicting the nature of procedural pain after thermal injuries: Implications for research.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 21(4): 318-26. 

57. Hoffman, H.G., Doctor, J.N., Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G.J., & Furness, T.A., 3rd. (2000). “Virtual reality as an adjunctive pain control during burn wound care in adolescent patients.” Pain, 85(1-2): 305-9. 

58. Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, D.R., & Carrougher, G.J. (2000). “Use of virtual reality for adjunctive treatment of adult burn pain during physical therapy: a controlled study.” Clinical Journal of Pain, 16(3): 244-50. 

59. Patterson, D.R., Ptacek, J.T., Cromes, F., Fauerbach, J.A., & Engrav, L. (2000). The 2000 Clinical Research Award. “Describing and predicting distress and satisfaction with life for burn survivors.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 21(6), 490-8. 

60. Thurber, C.A., Martin-Herz, S.P., & Patterson, D.R. (2000). “Psychological principles of burn wound pain in children. I: theoretical framework.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 21(4), 376-87; discussion 375. 

61. Martin-Herz, S.P., Thurber, C.A., & Patterson, D.R. (2000). “Psychological principles of burn wound pain in children. II: Treatment applications.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 21(5), 458-72; discussion 457. 

62. Adcock, R., Goldberg, M., Patterson, D., & Brown, P. (2000). “Staff perceptions of emotional distress in patients with burn trauma.” Rehabilitation Psychology, 45(2), 179-92. 

63. Burns, G.L., & Patterson, D.R. (2000). “Factor structure of the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory: A parent rating scale of oppositional defiant behavior toward adults, inattentive behavior, and conduct problem behavior.” Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 29: 569-577.

64. Patterson, D.R. (2001). “Is hypnotic pain control effortless or effortful?” Hypnos, 28(3), 132- 134. 

65. Wiechman, S.A., Ptacek, J.T., Patterson, D.R., Gibran, N.S., Engrav, L.E., Heimbach, D.M. (2001). “Rates, Trends, and Severity of Depression after Burn Injuries.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 22(6): 417-424. 

66. Burns, G.L., Walsh, J.A., Patterson, D.R., Holte, C.S., Sommers-Flanagan, R., & Parker, C.M. (2001). “Attention deficit and disruptive behavior disorder symptoms: Usefulness of a frequency count rating procedure to measure these symptoms.” European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 17(1), 25-35. 

67. Burns, G.L., & Patterson, D.R. (2001). “Normative data on the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory and Sutter-Eyberg Student Behavior Inventory: Parent and teacher rating scales of disruptive behavior problems in children and adolescents.” Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 23: 15-28. 

68. Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G.J., Nakamura, D., Moore, M., Garcia-Palacios, A., & Furness, T.A. III (2001). “The effectiveness of virtual reality pain control with multiple treatments of longer durations: A case study.” International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 13: 1-12. 

69. Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G.J., & Sharar, S.R. (2001). “The effectiveness of virtual reality based pain control with multiple treatments.” Clinical Journal of Pain, 17(3), 229- 235. 

70. Hoffman H.G., Garcia-Palacios A., Patterson D.R., Jensen M., Furness T. 3rd, & Ammons W.F. Jr. (2001). “The effectiveness of virtual reality for dental pain control: A case study.” Cyberpsychology and Behavior, Aug 4(4): 527-35. 

71. Aaron, L.A., Patterson, D.R., Finch, C.P., Carrougher, G.J., Heimbach, D.M. (2001). “The Utility of a Burn-Specific Measure of Pain Anxiety to Prospectively Predict Pain and Function: A Comparative Analysis.” Burns, 27(4): 329-334. 

72. Jensen, M.P., Ehde, D.M., Hoffman, A.J., Patterson, D.R., Czerniecki, J.M., & Robinson, L.R. (2002). “Cognitions, coping and social environment predict adjustment to phantom limb pain.” Pain, 95(1-2), 133-142. 

73. Ptacek, J.T., Patterson, D.R., & Heimbach, D.M. (2002). “Inpatient depression in persons with burn.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 23(1), 1-9. 

74. Patterson D.R., Ptacek J.T., Carrougher G., Heimbach D.M., Sharar S.R., Honari S. (2002). The 2002 Lindberg Award. “PRN vs. regularly scheduled opioid analgesics in pediatric burn patients.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 23(6), 424-30. 

75. Williams, R., Patterson, D., Schwenn, C., Day, J., Bartman, M., Engrav, L.H. (2002). “Evaluation of a Peer Consultation Program for Burn Inpatients.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 23 (6), 449-453. 

76. Boeve, S.A., Aaron, L.A., Martin-Herz, S.P., Peterson, A., Cain, V., Heimbach, D.M., Patterson, D.R. (2002). “Sleep Disturbance After Burn Injury.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 23(1): 32-38. 

77. Patterson, D.R., Jensen, M.P., (2003) “Hypnosis and Clinical Pain.” Psychological Bulletin, 129(4); 495-521 (Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Roy M. Dorcus Award)

78. Patterson, D.R., Finch, C.P., Wiechman, S.A., Bonsack, R., Gibran, N. Heimbach, D.M. (2003). “Premorbid Mental Health Status of Adult Burn Patients: Comparisons with a Normative Sample.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 24(5): 347-350. 

79. Williams, R.M., Doctor, J., Patterson, D.R., Gibran, N. (2003). “Health Outcomes for Burn Survivors: A Two-year follow-up.” Rehabilitation Psychology, 48(3): 189-194. 

80. Carrougher, G.J., Ptacek, J.T., Sharar, S.R., Wiechman, S., Honari, S., Patterson, D.R., Heimbach, D.M. (2003) “Comparison of Patient Satisfaction and Self-Reports of Pain in Adult Burn-Injured Patients.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 24(1): 1-8. 

81. Martin-Herz, S.P., Patterson, D.R., Honari, S., Gibbons, J., Gibran, N., Heimbach, D.M. (2003). “Pediatric Pain Control Practices of North American Burn Centers.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 24(1): 26-36. 

82. Patterson, D.R. (2003) “Editorial Preface: Personality, Coping, Chronic Stress, Social Support and PTSD Symptoms Among Adult Burn Survivors.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 24(1): pg. 62. 

83. Costa, B.A., Engrav, L.H., Holavanahalli, R., Lezotte, D.C., Patterson, D.R., Kowalske, K.J., Esselman, P.C. (2003) “Impairment After Burns: A Two-Center, Prospective Report.” Burns 29(7): 671-675. 

84. Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, D.R., Magula, J., Carrougher, G.J., Zeltzer, K., Dagadakis, S., Sharar, S.R. (2004). “Water-Friendly Virtual Reality Pain Control During Wound Care.” Journal of Clinical Psychology 60(2) 189-195. 

85. Patterson, D.R., Tininenko, J., Schmidt, A., Sharar, S.R. (2004). “Virtual Reality Hypnosis: A case report.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 52(1): 27-38. (Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Roy M. Dorcus Award, Best Clinical Paper.) 

86. Jaffe, S.E., & Patterson, D.R. (2004). “Treating sleep problems in patients with burn injuries: practical considerations.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 25(3), 294-305. 

87. Patterson, D.R., Hoffman, H.G., Wiechman, S.A., Jensen, M.P., Sharar, S.R. (2004) “Optimizing Control of Pain from Severe Burns: A Literature Review.” American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. 47(1): 43-54. 

88. Hoffman, H.G., Sharar, S.R., Coda, B., Everett, J.J., Ciol, M., Richards, T., Patterson, D.R., (2004). “Manipulating presence influences the magnitude of virtual reality analgesia.” Pain, 11(1): 162-168. 

89. Wiechman, S.A., Patterson, D.R. (2004). “Psychosocial aspects of burn injuries.” British Medical Journal, 329: 391-393. 

90. Patterson, D.R. (2004). “Treating Pain With Hypnosis.” Current Directions in Psychological Science. 13(6): 252-255. 

91. Patterson, D.R., Hoflund, H., Espey, K., Sharar, S.R. (2004). “Pain management.” Burns. 30: 10-15. 

92. Hanley, M.A., Jensen M.P., Ehde, D.M., Hoffman A.J., Patterson, D.R., Robinson, L.R. (2004). “Psychosocial predictors of long-term adjustment to lower-limb amputation and phantom limb pain.” Disability and Rehabilitation, 26(14-15), 882-893. 

93. Fauerbach, J.A., Lezotte, D., Cromes, G.F., Kowalske, K., de Lateur, B.J., Goodwin, C.W., Blakeney, P., Herndon, D.N., Wiechman, S.A., Patterson, D.R. (2005). “Burden of Burn: A Norm-Based Inquiry into the Influence of Burn Size and Distress on Recovery of Physical and Psychosocial Function.” Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation, 26(1):21-32. 

94. Jensen, M.P. and Patterson, D.R. (2005) “Control Conditions in Hypnotic-Analgesia Clinical Trials: Challenges and Recommendations.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 53(2): 170-197. 

95. Jensen, M.P., Hanley, M.A., Engel, J.M., Romano, J.M., Barber, J., Cardenas, D.D., Kraft, G.H., Hoffman, A.J., Patterson, D.R. (2005). “Hypnotic analgesia for chronic pain in persons with disabilities: A case series.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 53(2): 198-228. 

96. Patterson, D.R. (2005). “Behavioral Methods for Chronic Pain and Illness: a Reconsideration and Appreciation.” Rehabilitation Psychology, 50(3): 312-315. 

97. Hoffman H.G., Patterson, D.R. (2005). “Virtual Reality Pain Distraction.” American Pain Society Bulletin, 15(2): 1-6. 

98. Jensen, M.P., & Patterson, D.R. (2006) “Hypnotic treatment of chronic pain.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 29(1): 95–124

99. Patterson, D.R., Tininenko, J., Ptacek, J.T. (2006). “Pain During Burn Hospitalization Predicts Long-term Outcome.” Journal of Burn Care and Research, 27(5): 719-726. 

100. Patterson, D.R., Wiechman, S.A., Jensen, M.P., Sharar, S.R. (2006). “Hypnosis Delivered Through Immersive Virtual Reality for Burn Pain.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 54(2): 130-142

101. Hoffman, H., Seibel, E.J., Richards, T.L., Furness, T.A., Patterson, D.P., and Sharar, S.R. (2006) “Virtual reality helmet display quality influences the magnitude of virtual reality analgesia.” Journal of Pain, 7(11): 843-850. 

102. Patterson, D.R., Hoffman, H.G., Palacios, A.G., & Jensen, M.J. (2006). “Analgesic effects of posthypnotic suggestions and virtual reality distraction on thermal pain.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 115(4), 834-841

103. Jensen, M.P., McArthur, K.D., Barber, J., Hanley, M.A., Engel, J.M., Romano, J.M., Cardenas, D.D., Kraft, G.H., Hoffman, A.J., & Patterson, D.R. (2006). “Satisfaction with, and the beneficial side effects of, hypnotic analgesia.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 54(4): 432-447. 

104. Carrougher, G.J., Ptacek, J.T., Honari, S., Schmidt, A., Tininenko, J., Gibran, N., Patterson, D.R. (2006). “Self reports of anxiety in burn-injured hospitalized adults following routine wound care,” Journal of Burn Care and Research, 27(5); 676-81. 

105. Tan, G., Craine, M.H., Bair, M.J., Giordano, G.J., Jensen, M.P., McDonald, S.M., Patterson, D., Sherman, R.A., Williams, W., Tsao, J.C.I. (2007). “Efficacy of selected complementary and alternative medicine interventions for chronic pain,” Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 44(2): 195-222. 

106. Fauerbach, J.A., McKibben, J., Bienvenu, O.J., Magyar-Russell, G., Smith, M.T., Holavanahalli, R., Patterson, D.R., Wiechman, S.A., Blakeney, P., Lezotte, D. (2007) “Psychological Distress Following Major Burn Injury” Psychosomatic Medicine, 69: 473-482. 

107. Thurber, C.A., Patterson, D.R., Mount, K. Kiomi (2007) “Homesickness and Children’s Adjustment to Hospitalization: Toward a Preliminary Model,” Children’s Health Care, 36(1): 1- 28. 

108. Patterson, D.R. (2007) “The NIDRR Burn Injury Rehabilitation Model System Program: Selected Findings,” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 88(12): S1-2

109. Edwards, R.R., Smith, M.T., Klick, B., Magyar-Russell, G., Haythornthwaite, J.A., Holavanahalli, R. Patterson, D.R., Blakeney, P., Lezotte, D., McKibben, J., Fauerbach, J.A. (2007) “Acute Pain at Discharge from hospitalization is a prospective predictor of long-term suicidal ideation following burn injury,” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 88(12): S36-42. 

110. Sharar, S.R., Carrougher, G.J., Nakamura D., Hoffman, H.G., Blough, D.K., and Patterson, D.R. (2007) “Factors influencing the efficacy of virtual reality distraction analgesia during postburn physical rehabilitation therapy: preliminary results from 3 ongoing studies,” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 88(12): S43-9. 

111. Wiechman Askay, S., & Patterson, D.R. (2007). “Hypnotic analgesia.” Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, 7(12), 1675-1683. 

112. Wiechman Askay, S.A., Patterson, D.R., Jensen, M.P., & Sharar, S.R. (2007) “A randomized controlled trial of hypnosis for burn wound care.” Rehabilitation Psychology, 52(3), 247-253. (Harold Yuker Award for Research Excellence, top cited article in journal from 2002-2008.) 

113. Elkins, G., Jensen, M.P., Patterson, D.R. (2007) “Hypnotherapy for the management of chronic pain.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 55(3): 275-287. 

114. Peck, M.D., Brigham, P., Patterson, D.R. (2007) “Invited critique: national study of emergency department visits for burn injuries, 1993 to 2004.” Journal of Burn Care and Research. 28(5): 691-693. 

115. Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, D.R., Seibel, E., Soltani, M., Jewett-Leahy, L., Sharar, S.R. (2008) “Virtual reality pain control during burn wound debridement in the hydrotank.” Clinical Journal of Pain. 24(4): 299-304. 

116. Sharar, S.R., Miller, W., Teeley, A., Soltani, M., Hoffman, H.G., Jensen, M.P., Patterson, D.R. (2008) “Applications of virtual reality for pain management in burn-injured patients,” Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics; 8(11): 1667-1674. 

117. Oneal, B.J., Patterson, D.R., Soltani, M., Teeley, A., Jensen, M.P. (2008) “Virtual reality hypnosis in the treatment of chronic neuropathic pain: a case report.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 56(4): 451-462. 

118. Wiechman Askay, S., Patterson, D.R. (2008) “What are the psychiatric sequelae of burn pain?” Current Pain and Headache Reports. 12(2): 94-97. 

119. Jensen, M.P., Barber, J., Hanley, M.A., Engel, J.M., Romano, J.M., Cardenas, D.D., Kraft, G.H., Hoffman, A.J., Patterson, D.R. (2008) “Long-term outcome of hypnotic-analgesia treatment for chronic pain in persons with disabilities.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 56(2): 156-169. 

120. Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, D.R., Soltani, M., Teeley, A., Miller, W., Sharar, S.R. (2009) “Virtual reality pain control during physical therapy for a patient with multiple blunt trauma injuries,” CyberPsychology and Behavior, 12(1): 47-49. 

121. Slack, D., Nelson, L., Patterson, D., Burns, S., Hakimi, K., Robinson, L. (2009) “The feasibility of hypnotic analgesia in ameliorating pain and anxiety among adults undergoing needle electromyography.” American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 88(1): 21-29. 

122. Stoelb, B.L., Molton, I.R., Jensen, M.P., Patterson, D.R. (2009) “The efficacy of hypnotic analgesia in adults: A review of the literature.” Contemporary Hypnosis. 26(1): 24-39. 

123. Wiechman Askay, S.A., Bombardier, C.H., Patterson, D.R. (2009) “Effect of acute and chronic alcohol abuse on pain management in a trauma center.” Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics. 9(2): 271-277. 

124. Jensen, M.P., Barber, J., Romano, J., Hanley, M.A., Raichle, K., Molton, I., Engel, J., Osborne, T., Stoelb, B., Cardenas, D.D., & Patterson, D.R., (2009) “Effects of Self-Hypnosis Training and EMG Biofeedback Relaxation Training on Chronic Pain in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury,” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 57(3): 239-268. 

125. Wender, R., Hoffman, H.G., Hunner, H.H., Seibel, E.J., Patterson, D.R., Sharar, S.R. (2009) “Interactivity influences the magnitude of virtual reality analgesia.” Journal of CyberTherapy and Rehabilitation; 2: 27-33. 

126. Wiechman Askay, S.A., Stricklin, M., Carrougher, G.J., Patterson, D.R., Klein, M.B., Esselman, P.C., Engrav, L.H. (2009) “Using QMethodology to identify reasons for distress in burn survivors postdischarge.” Journal of Burn Care and Research. 30(1): 83-91. 

127. Wiechman Askay, S.A., Patterson, D.R., Sharar, S.R. (2009) “Virtual Reality Hypnosis,” Contemporary Hypnosis; 26(1): 40-47. 

128. Carrougher, G.J., Hoffman, H.G., Nakamura, D., Lezotte, D., Soltani, M., Leahy, L., Engrav, L.H., Patterson, D.R. (2009) “The Effect of Virtual Reality on Pain and Range of Motion in Adults with Burn Injuries,” Journal of Burn Care and Research; 30(5): 785-791. 

129. Wiechman Askay, S.A., Patterson, D.R., Sharar, S.R., Mason, S., Faber, A.W. (2009) “Pain Management in Patients with Burn Injuries,” International Review of Psychiatry; 21(6): 522-30. 

130. Patterson, D.R., Jensen, M.P., Wiechman Askay, S.A., Sharar, S.R. (2010) “Virtual reality hypnosis for pain associated with recovery from physical trauma.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis; 58(3): 288-300

131. Schmitt, Y.S., Hoffman, H.G., Blough, D.K., Patterson, D.R., Jensen, M.P., Soltani, M., Carrougher, G.J., Nakamura, D., Sharar, S.R. (2011) “A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Immersive Virtual Reality Analgesia during Physical Therapy for Pediatric Burns,” Burns; 37(1): 61-68. 

132. Hoffman, H.G., Chambers, G.T., Meyer, W.J. III, Arceneaux, L.L., Russell, W.J., Seibel, E.J., Richards, T.L., Sharar, S.R., Patterson, D.R. (2011) “Virtual Reality as an Adjunctive Non- Pharmacologic Analgesic for Acute Burn Pain During Medical Procedures,” Annals of Behavioral Medicine; 41: 183-191. 

133. D. Le, S. Sharar, H. Hoffman, M. Jensen, L. Uso, E. Opheim, D. Patterson, D. Blough, C. Hoffer (2011) “A pilot study demonstrating effective virtual reality analgesia in the elderly,” Journal of Pain; Abstract 12(4):79

134. Borckardt, J.J., Reeves, S.T., Frohman, H., Madan, A., Jensen, M.P., Patterson, D.R., Barth, K., Smith, A.R., Gracely, R.H., George, M.S. (2011) “Fast left prefrontal rTMS acutely suppresses analgesic effects of perceived controllability on the emotional component of pain experience,” Pain; 152(1): 182-187. 

135. Borckardt, J.J., Reeves, S.T., Beam, W., Jensen, M.P., Gracely, R.H., Katz, S., Smith, A.R., Madan, A., Patterson, D.R., George, M.S. (2011) “A randomized controlled investigation of motor cortex transcranial magnetic stimulation effects on laboratory pain in health adults: Evaluation of optimal device parameters,” Clinical Journal of Pain; 27(6): 486-94. 

136. Soltani, M., Teeley, A.M., Wiechman, S.A., Jensen, M.P., Sharar, S.R., Patterson, D.R. (2011). “Virtual reality hypnosis pain control in a patient with gluteal hidradenitis: A case report,” Contemporary Hypnosis and Integrative Therapy; 28(2): 142-147. 

137. Teeley, A.M., Soltani, M., Wiechman, S.A., Jensen, M.P., Sharar, S.R., Patterson, D.R. (2012). “Virtual reality hypnosis pain control in the treatment of multiple fractures: A case series,” American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis; 54(3): 184-194. Received American Society of Clinical Hypnosis William S. Kroger Award for Best Paper on Hypnosis, Health and Behavioral Medicine, 2012. 

138. Faber, A.W., Patterson, D.R., & Bremer, M. (2013). “Repeated use of immersive virtual reality therapy to control pain during wound dressing changes in pediatric and adult burn patient,” Journal of Burn Care & Research; 34(5): 563-568. 

139. Martin, L., Borckardt, J., Reeves, S., Frohman, H., Beam, W., Nahas, Z., Johnson, K., Younger, J., Madan, A., Patterson, D., & George, M. (2013). “A Pilot Functional MRI Study of the Effects of Prefrontal rTMS on Pain Perception”, Pain Medicine. 

140. Jensen, M. P., & Patterson, D.R. (2014) “Hypnotic Approaches for Chronic Pain Management: Clinical Implications of Recent Research Findings,” American Psychologist; 69(2): 167-177. 

141. Grover, M.P., Jensen, M.P., Patterson, D.R., Gertz, K. J., Day, M. A. (2018) "The Association Between Mindfulness and Hypnotizability: Clinical and Theoretical Implications." American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis; 61(1): 4-17

142. Patterson, D.R. Hoffer, C., Jensen, M.P., Wiechman, S.A., Sharar, S.R. (2018) Ketamine as a possible moderator of hypnotisability: A feasibility study.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis; 66(3):298-307. 

IN PRESS

1. Michelle C Accardi-Ravid, Ph.D.; Joshua R Dyer, Ph.D.; Sam R Sharar, M.D.; Shelley Wiechman, Ph.D.; Mark P Jensen, Ph.D.; Hunter G Hoffman, Ph.D.; David R Patterson, Ph.D. "The Nature of Trauma Pain and Its Association with Catastrophizing and Sleep." Submitted to International Journal of Behavioral Medicine on Nov. 19, 2017. 

2. Soltani, M., Drever, S.A., Hoffman, H.G., Sharar, S.R., Wiechman, S.A., Jensen, M.P., Patterson, D.R. “Virtual Reality Analgesia for Burn Joint Flexibility: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Rehabilitation Psychology. 

3. Wiechman, S.A., Hoyt, M.A., Patterson, D.R., Hoyt, M. “Using a biopsychosocial model to understand long-term outcomes in persons with burn injuries.” Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

 

MANUSCRIPTS CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW BOOKS

1. Patterson, D. R. (2010) Clinical Hypnosis for Pain Control, Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

 

CHAPTERS, PROCEEDINGS

1. Matarazzo RG & Patterson DR. “Research on the teaching and learning of psychotherapeutic skills.” In SL Garfield and AE Bergin (Eds), Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Changes: An Empirical Analysis. New York: John Wiley, 1986, pp 821-843. 

2. Patterson DR. “Case reports.” In M.G. Eisenberg (Ed.), Guide to Interdisciplinary Practice in Rehabilitation Settings. Skokie, IL: The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, 1992, pp. 4-19. 

3. Patterson DR. “Psychological aspects of pain management.” In Pain Management in the Burn Patient. Yardley, PA: The Medicine Group, 1992, pp. 19-23. 

4. Moss B, Everett JJ, Patterson DR. “Psychological and pharmacological approaches to burn care.” In R. Richard (Ed), Burn Care and Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Company, 1994. 

5. Patterson DR (editorial advisory board): In M.G. Eisenberg (Ed), Key Words in Psychosocial Rehabilitation: a Guide to Contemporary Usage. New York: Springer Publishing Company, 1994. 

6. Patterson D.R., Ehde, D.M., Ptacek, J.T. “Nonpharmacologic Therapy for Anxiety in the Critical Care Setting. In R.C. Bone (Ed.) Recognition, Assessment and Treatment of Anxiety in the Critical Care Patient: Proceedings of a Consensus Conference. Yardley, PA: The Medicine Group Inc. 1994. 

7. Patterson DR. “Psychological Adjustment to Disability.” In R. Hays, G. Kraft, and W. Stolov (Eds.) Chronic Disease and Disability. New York: Demos, 1994. 

8. Patterson DR. “Burn Pain.” In J. Barber (Ed.) Hypnosis and Suggestion in the Treatment of Pain. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1996, pp. 267-302. 

9. Adcock RJ, Boeve SA, & Patterson DR. “Psychological and emotional recovery.” In G. Carrougher (Ed.), Burn Care and TherapyChicago: Mosby, 1998. 

10. Patterson, D.R. & Elkins, G.R. “Division 30 and Ethics.” In Cardena, E. (Ed.), Psychological Hypnosis: A Bulletin of Division 30. Fargo: Crawford Design, 1998. 

11. Ehde D, Patterson DR. (1998) “Psychological Approaches to Treatment.” In Bhagwan T. Shahani (Ed), Principles and Practice of Rehabilitation Medicine. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins. 

12. Patterson DR, Doctor JN, Sharar SR. “Burn pain.” In: Block AR, Kremer EF, Fernandez E, eds. Handbook of Pain Syndromes: Biopsychosocial Perspectives. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., 1998. 

13. Patterson, D. R., & Ford, G. R. (2000). “Burn injuries.” In R. G. Frank & T. R. Elliott (Eds.), Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology (pp. 145-62). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 

14. Patterson, D., & Sharar, S. (2001). “Burn pain.” In J. Loeser (Ed.), Bonica's Management of Pain (3rd ed., pp. 776-83): Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. 

15. Meyer III, WJ, Marvin, JA, Patterson, DR, Thomas, C, & Blakeney, PE (2002). “Management of pain and other discomforts in burned patients.” In D. Herndon (Ed.), Total Burn Care (Second ed.). London: Harcourt Publishers Limited. 

16. Patterson, DR, Jensen, M, & Engel-Knowles, J. (2002). “Pain and its influence on assistive technology use.” In M. J. Scherer (Ed.), Assistive Technology: Matching Device and Consumer for Successful Rehabilitation (pp. 59-76). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 

17. Garcia-Palacios, A., Hoffman, H.G., Cain, V., Tininenko, J., Schmidt, A., Villa, H. & Patterson, D.R. (invited book chapter). “VR analgesia for severe burn procedures.” In MacLachlan and Gallager, Eds, Enabling Technologies. Elsevier Science Ltd., Edinburgh, UK. 

18. Kessler RS, Patterson DR and Dane, J. “Self-Regulation and Pain: Outcomes, moderators and impact on functioning.” Pain Clinics of North America

19. Fauerbach, JA, Spence, RJ, Patterson, DR (2006) “Adult Burn Injury.” Sarwer, DB, Goldwyn, RM, Pruzinsky, T, Persing, JA, Cash, TF, Whitaker, LA (eds.) Psychological Aspects of Reconstructive and Cosmetic Plastic Surgery: Clinical, Empirical, and Ethical Perspectives. (pp. 105-124). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. 

20. Esselman, PC, Nakamura, DY, Patterson, DR (2006) “Burns.” In Beach, B, Czerniecki, JM, Bell, KR, Dikmen, S, Bombardier, CH, Ehde, DM, Cardenas, DD, Engel, JM (eds.) Trauma Rehabilitation. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. 

21. Wiechman Askay, S. A., & Patterson, D. R. (2007). “Burn Pain.” In R. Frank, M. Rosenthal & B. Caplan (Eds.), Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 

22. Sharar, S., Patterson, D. R., & Wiechman Askay, S. A. (2007). “Burn Pain.” In S. D. Waldman (Ed.), Pain Management (Vol. 1, pp. 240-256). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Elsevier. 

23. Jensen, M.P., Patterson, D.R. (2008) “Hypnosis and the relief of pain and pain disorders,” In: The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis. Eds. Nash, M. & Barnier, A., Oxford University Press, USA: New York, pgs 503-533. 

24. Patterson, D. R. (2009). “Acute pain.” In: Medical Hypnosis Primer: Clinical and Research Evidence. Barabasz, A.F., Olness, K., Boland, R., Kahn, S. (Eds.), New York, NY: Routledge, (pp. 17-22).

25. Sharar, S. R., & Patterson, D. R. (2009). “Burn Pain.” In S. M. Fishman, J. C. Ballantyne & J. P. Rathmell (Eds.), Bonica's Management of Pain (Fourth ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins. 

26. Patterson, D.R. (2011) “Ericksonianska förhållningssätt för att påverka smärta.” In A. Gerge and G. Rosen (Eds), Klinisk Hypnos Vid Smärtbehandling: Metod Och Evidens. Stockholm, Sweden: Insidan (pp. 53-72). 

27. McKernan, L., Nash, M., & Patterson, D.R. (2018). “Clinical Hypnosis in the Treatment of Chronic and Acute Pain.” In Turk DC, Gatchel RJ. eds. Psychological Approaches to Pain Management. A Practitioner’s Handbook. 3rd edition. New York: Guilford. 

 

BOOK REVIEWS

1. Patterson, D.R., Carrigan, L. (1990) Review of: Coping Strategies for Burn Survivors and Their Families, Bernstein, N.R., Bleslau, A.J. and Graham, J.A. (Eds). Reviewed for Rehabilitation Psychology, 34(4), pp 118-120.

2. Carrigan, L., Patterson, D.R. (1990) Review of: “Coping Strategies for Burn Survivors and Their Families.” Bernstein, N.R., Bleslau, A.J. and Graham, J.A. (Eds). Reviewed for Medical Psychotherapy.

3. Patterson, D.R. (1997) Review of: Psychological Approaches to Pain Management, Gatchel, R.J. and Turk, D.C. (Eds.) Reviewed for American Pain Society Newsletter.

4. Patterson, D.R. (2002) Review of: Firesetting in Children and Youth, Kolco, D. (Ed). Academic Press, San Diego, California.

5. Patterson, D.R. (2004) Review of: Psychological Methods of Pain Control: Basic Science and Clinical Perspectives. Price, D. & Bushnell, C. (Eds.) IASP Press, Seattle.

6. Patterson, D.R. (2009) Review of: Pincus, D., Sheikh, A.A. Imagery of Pain Relief: A Scientifically Grounded Guidebook for Clinicians. New York, NY: Routledge. Reviewed for The Clinical Journal of Pain “Imagery for Pain Control: Imagining the Possibilities.” 

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EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Editorial Board Member

1990 - 2010 Rehabilitation Psychology

1999 - present Burns

1999 - present International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis

1999 - present Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation

2008 Guest Editor, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Supplemental Issue on Burn Model Systems

 

Ad Hoc Reviewer

1994 Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology

1995 Pain

1995 Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings

1996 American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis

1998 Southern Medical Journal

1998 Archives of Internal Medicine

1998 Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

1999 The Lancet

2000 American Journal of Clinical Dermatology

2002 Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology

2003 Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

2003 Anxiety, Stress, and Coping: An International Journal

2004 Journal of Pain

2004 BMC Pediatrics

2005 Clinical Journal of Pain

2005 Hypnos

2005 Journal of Abnormal Psychology

2005 Health Psychology

2005 Psychosomatics

2005 European Journal of Pain

2006 Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

2006 Journal of Clinical Epidemiology

2006 General Hospital Psychiatry

2006 JAMA

2006 Depression and Anxiety

2007 Journal of Pediatric Psychology

2007 Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development

2007 Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma

2008 Drugs

2008 Intensive Care Medicine

2008 Psychology Research and Behavior Management

2009 Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics

2009 Journal of Psychosomatic Research

2009 Expert Review of Cardiovascular Therapy

2009 International Journal of Nursing Studies

2010 CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics

2010 International Journal of Sport Psychology

2010 Journal of Clinical Psychology

2010 American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse

2010 Journal of Applied Social Psychology

2011 Pain Medicine

2012 PLoS ONE

2012 PTJ (Physical Therapy), Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association

2012 Journal of Men and Masculinity

2012 CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians

    

 

NATIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL LECTURES

1. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis - National Meeting, "Integrating Hypnosis with Cognitive- Behavioral Approaches." Spring, 1990.

2. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis - Regional Meeting, 1) "Phenomena of Hypnosis," 2) "Hypnosis in Burns and Emergencies." Summer, 1989.

3. 24th Annual meeting of the American Burn Association, "Pain and Stress Management." Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1-4, 1992.

4. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Regional Meeting, “Habit Disorders.” Milwaukee, October 22-25, 1992.

5. Invited Plenary Session, International Society for Burn Injuries: Second International Burn Rehabilitation Conference "Physical and Psychological Rehabilitation of Burn Patients," Singapore, September, 1992.

6. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis 35th Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops on Clinical Hypnosis: 1) Pain Management, 2) Creativity is Contagious (or How to Think Laterally), New Orleans, March 27-31, 1993.

7. The Society for Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis 44th Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting: "Managing Burn Pain Through Hypnosis." Chicago, October 12-16, 1993.

8. The Society for Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis 44th Annual Workshops and Scientific Meeting: "Hypnosis and Brain Lateralization Shifts." Chicago, October 12-16, 1993.

9. American Burn Association 26th Annual Meeting: Pain Control. Orlando, April 20-23, 1994.

10. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis 37th Annual Scientific Meeting: Plenary panel on MS Gazanniga presentation “Consciousness is an Instinct.” San Diego, March 4-8, 1995.

11. American Burn Association 27th Annual Meeting. Nonpharmacologic Approaches to Pain Control. Albuquerque, NM, April 18-21, 1995.

12. American Burn Association 28th Annual Meeting. Nonpharmacologic Approaches to Pain Control. Nashville, TN, March 14-17, 1996.

13. International Congress on Nursing, Psychosocial and Rehabilitative Care of the Burn Patient “Long-term Outcomes and Rehabilitation” (Invited Plenary Session), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, October 13-18, 1996.

14. International Congress on Nursing, Psychosocial and Rehabilitative Care of the Burn Patient “Hypnosis for Pain Control” (Invited Plenary Session), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, October 13-18, 1996.

15. Invited Plenary Session, International Society for Hypnosis, “An NIH Study of Hypnosis for Burn Pain,” San Diego, CA, June 22-28, 1997.

16. 5th International Conference on the Psychiatric, Psychologic and Social Care of the Burn Patient, “Adjustment after burn injuries,” Leuven, Belgium, September 19, 1997.

17. European Burns Association, 7th International Congress, “Hypnosis and anxiolytics for burn pain: Results of a randomized controlled study,” Leuven, Belgium, September 18-20, 1997.

18. American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, “Psychosocial Rehabilitation,” Chicago, IL, March 18, 1998.

19. American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, “Pain and Psychosocial Issues in the Burned Patient,” (postgraduate course) Chicago, IL, March 19, 1998.

20. American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, “The Use of Hypnosis in Burn Care,” Chicago, IL, March 20, 1998.

21. University of Michigan, Department of Social Work, Cheryl Grant Day Lecture, “Hypnosis for Acute Pain and Medical Procedures”, Ann Arbor, MI, March 14, 1998.

22. American Psychological Association, Division 22/ABRP’s Rehabilitation Psychology 2000: Science and Practice, “Writing Successful Grants,” San Diego, March 5-6, 1999.

23. American Psychological Association, Division 22/ABRP’s Rehabilitation Psychology 2000: Science and Practice, “Update on Chronic Pain Management,” San Diego, March 5-6, 1999.

24. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting: “Non-compliant patients: Can we change behavior?” Lake Buena Vista, FL, March 25, 1999.

25. European Burns Association 8th Congress: “Difficult Patient Problems: New Models of Intervention,” Marathon, Greece, September 15-18, 1999.

26. European Burns Association 8th Congress: “Virtual Reality: A New Approach to Burn Pain Control,” Marathon, Greece, September 15-18, 1999.

27. Brooke Army Medical Center: Workshop on hypnosis and Pain, San Antonio, TX, March 8, 2000.

28. Rehabilitation Psychology: Workshop on hypnosis, San Antonio, TX, March 9-12, 2000.

29. Rehabilitation Psychology: “International Perspectives in Rehabilitation Psychology,” San Antonio, TX, March 9-12, 2000.

30. Canadian Burn Special Interest Group: “Adjustment, Difficult Behavior Problems and Pain Control,” Las Vegas, NV, March 13, 2000.

31. 8th World Congress of Eclectic Hypnotherapy in Psychology, Psychiatry, and Medicine and the 9th International Congression on Integrative and Eclectic Psychotherapy. Acapulco, Mexico, July 10, 2002.

32. Behavioral Challenges in Rehabilitation: Strategies for Patients, Families and Professionals. Association of Rehabilitation Nurses. “Psychological Approaches to Pain Control,” Renton, WA, March 14th, 2003.

33. Medical Students' Distinguished Lecture Series, Loyola - Stritch School of Medicine. “Innovations in Pain Control,” Chicago, IL, March 25, 2003.

34. American Burn Association 35th Annual Meeting. Enhancing Therapy Performance. Miami, FL. April 1-4, 2003.

35. American Burn Association 35th Annual Meeting. Coping with Burn Injuries. Miami, FL. April 1-4, 2003.

36. Invited Address, American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, August 10, 2006.

37. Keynote address, Australian and New Zealand Burn Association 2009 Annual Scientific Meeting. Psychological Approaches to Burn Care. Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand. September 22-25, 2009.

38. Keynote address, Australian and New Zealand Burn Association 2009 Annual Scientific Meeting. Working With Difficult Patients. Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand. September 22- 25, 2009.

39. Keynote address, Australian and New Zealand Burn Association 2009 Annual Scientific Meeting. Pain Management in Burns. Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand. September 22-25, 2009.

40. Invited Lecture, EFIC and RASP International Symposium. Hypnosis and Virtual Reality. Moscow, Russia. February 4-5, 2010.

41. Invited Lecture, EFIC and RASP International Symposium. Virtual Reality for Pain. Moscow, Russia. February 4-5, 2010.

42. Invited Panel, American Pain Society 29th Annual Scientific Meeting, Virtual Reality Distraction and Hypnosis in Pain Management; Baltimore, MD, May 6-8, 2010.

43. Invited Address, American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Treating Pain With Hypnosis; San Diego, CA, August 12-15, 2010.

44. Keynote speaker, 2010 Annual Conference of the Australian Society of Hypnosis; September 22- 24, 2010.

45. Invited lecture, “Hypnosis and clinical pain control.” Psychology of Human Pain Conference, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing: October 8, 2010.

46. Plenary speaker, “Unexpected Findings in Adjustment to Burn Injuries.” European Burns Association Congress, The Hague, Netherlands: September 14-17, 2011.

47. Invited lecture, “Nonpharmacological Approaches to Burn Pain Control,” the Inauguration Symposium for Uppsala University Hospital’s Centers for National Specialized Medical Care; Advanced Burn Care, and Advanced Craniofacial Surgery, Uppsala, Sweden: May 10-11, 2012.

48. Invited speaker, “An Ericksonian, biopsychosocial hypnotic approach to pain control;” “Hypnotic Management of Pain (Part II);” “Virtual reality distraction and hypnosis,” International Congress of Hypnosis, Bremen, Germany, October 19-21, 2012.

49. Invited speaker, “The Power of the Brain Over Pain,” “A Biophsychosocial Perspective to Pain Management,” West Chester University Graduate Business Center, West Chester, PA, April 11- 12, 2014.

50. Invited speaker, “Hypnosis for the management of pain,” “Hypnosis for the management of pain: virtual reality, hypnosis and eastern philosophy,” “The power of the brain over pain: virtual reality, hypnosis and eastern philosophy,” Adelaide, Melbourne, & Sydney Australia, June 21- 29, 2014.

51. Invited speaker; co-presenter, “Turning stress into a friend and opportunity,” Torino, Italy, November 7-9, 2014.

52. Invited speaker, Emmanuel Burn Center, “Psychological Approaches to Burn Pain,” May 1-2, 2017. 

53. 31st Annual Pain and Suffering Symposium Chronic Pain Management Conference. “Hypnosis for Pain Control.” Vancouver, British Columbia, March 2-3, 2018.

54. 21st World Congress of Medical & Clinical Hypnosis. “An Ericksonian, biopsychosocial, hypnotic approach to managing chronic pain.” Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 22-25th, 2018.

 

NATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

1. Patterson DR, Questad KA, & Boltwood M: Patient reports about their health and physical functioning three months after a major burn. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida, March 27-30, 1985.

2. Questad KA, Patterson DR, & Boltwood M: IQ, income, pre-injury mental health, and injury factors as predictors of self reported health in patients with major burns. Paper presented at the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Kansas City, Missouri, October 19- 24, 1986.

3. Questad KA, Patterson DR, & Boltwood M: Patient reports about their health and physical functioning twelve months after a major burn. Paper presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association, Chicago, Illinois, 1986.

4. Patterson DR, Questad KA, & Boltwood M: Relating mental health and physical function at discharge to rehabilitation status three months post-bun. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association, Washington D.C., April 29-May 2, 1987.

5. Patterson DR & Blew AF: Frequency of use and rated effectiveness of cognitive and behavioral coping responses to burn pain. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association, Washington D.C., April 29-May 2, 1987.

6. Patterson DR, Questad KA, & de Lateur BJ: Hypnosis as an adjunct to pharmacologics in the treatment of pain from burn debridement. Paper presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Chicago, March 12-18, 1988.

7. Nussbaum BR, Burns LG, & Patterson DR: Standardization of a parent rating scale of conduct problems in children. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Snowbird, Utah, April 21-23, 1988.

8. Patterson DR: Post-Traumatic stress disorder in hospitalized burn patients. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association 96th Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, August 12- 16, 1988.

9. Patterson DR: Hypnosis in the control of pain from severe burns. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association 96th Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, August 12-16, 1983.

10. Nussbaum B, Patterson DR, Burns GL: Standardization of a parent rating scale of conduct problems. In GL Burns (Chair), A comprehensive assessment procedure for conduct problems in preschool children. Symposium presented at the 96th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1988.

11. Burns GL, Patterson DR, Nussbaum B: Non-compliance from two to sixteen. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Reno, April, 1989.

12. Patterson DR, Burns GL, de Lateur BJ: Hypnotherapy versus information/attention in controlling clinical burn pain. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association 77th Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 11-15, 1989.

13. Patterson DR, Burns GL, de Lateur BJ: Clinical and research issues in the use of hypnotherapy to control pain in patients hospitalized for major burns. Paper presented at the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis 31st Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops on Clinical Hypnosis, Nashville, Tennessee, March 11-15, 1989.

14. Patterson DR: Integrating hypnosis with cognitive and behavioral approaches to the management of acute and chronic pain. Workshop presented at the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, Florida, March 24-28, 1990.

15. Patterson DR, Burns GL, Marvin JA, Everett, JJ: The use of hypnotherapy to control pain from severe wound debridement. Poster presented at the American Pain Society 9th Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, October 25-28, 1990.

16. Patterson DR: Why hypnosis is not taken more seriously as a form of pain control. Paper presented at the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, April 14-18, 1991.

17. Patterson DR, Everett JJ, Burns GL, Marvin JA: Hypnosis vs. placebo vs. control in burn pain: A randomized clinical study. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association 99th Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, August 16-20, 1991.

18. Patterson, DR: Taking hypnosis more seriously as a form of pain control. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association 99th Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, 1991 (awarded APA Division 30 Best Theoretical Paper Award).

19. Marvin J, Patterson DR, Myoshi D, Gibbons J, Montgomery BK, Honari S, Heimbach DM, Grube BJ, Engrav LH: Pain relief rounds: A means to improve pain management. Paper presented at the American Burn Association, Baltimore, April 4th, 1991.

20. Heimbach DM, Marvin JA, Patterson DR, Dutcher K, Helvig B, "Pain Management in the Burn Patient". An Interactive Audioconference, Seattle, Washington, October 1991.

21. Everett JJ, Patterson DR, Burns LG, Marvin JA, Heimbach D, "Hypnosis Versus Placebo Versus No Treatment for Burn Pain: A Randomized Clinical Study". Paper presented at the American Burn Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, April, 1992.

22. Patterson DR: Pain Control. 34th Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops on Clinical Hypnosis, Workshop presented at the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 4-8, 1992.

23. Patterson DR: Hypnosis in Cognitive Therapy. 34th Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops on Clinical Hypnosis, Workshop presented at the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 4-8, 1992.

24. Montgomery BK, Marvin J, Heimbach DM, Patterson D, Everett J, Gibbons J, Honari S: "Pediatric Pain Medication Practices Revisited". Paper presented at the 24th annual meeting of the American Burn Association, Salt Lake City, April 1992.

25. Bombardier CH, Brown PB, Everett JJ, Lee VK, Patterson DR: "Coping with spinal cord injury: A longitudinal pilot study". Poster presented at the American Psychological Association 100th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, August 14-18, 1992.

26. Questad KA, Patterson DR, Bombardier CH, Lee VK, Everett JJ, Campbell KL: "Towards an integrated model of the psychology of burn injury." Poster presented at the American Psychological Association 100th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, August 14-18, 1992.

27. Patterson DR, Questad KA, Everett JJ, Marvin JA: "An integrated model of the psychology of burn injury". Paper presented at the ISBI International Burn Nursing and Rehabilitation Conference, Singapore, September 6-12, 1992.

28. Patterson DR, Campbell KL, Marvin JA, Everett JJ: "Individual differences in pain from burn injuries". Paper presented at the ISBI International Burn Nursing and Rehabilitation Conference, Singapore, September 6-12, 1992.

29. Everett JJ, Patterson DR, Montgomery B, Marvin JA: "Hypnosis for burn pain management". Paper presented at the ISBI International Burn Nursing and Rehabilitation Conference, Singapore, September 6-12, 1992.

30. Montgomery BK, Marvin J, Heimbach DM, Patterson DR, Everett JJ, Gibbons J, Honari S: "Pediatric Pain Medication Practices Revisited". Paper presented at the Second International Burn Nursing Conference, Singapore, September 1992.

31. Patterson DR, Jacobs WJ: Plenary Session: "Hypnotic Interventions for Pain". Invited symposium presented at the 35th Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops on Clinical Hypnosis, New Orleans, March 27-31, 1993.

32. Patterson DR: "Managing Burn Pain Through Hypnosis". Paper presented at the 35th Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops on Clinical Hypnosis, New Orleans, March 27-31, 1993.

33. Patterson DR: "Hypnosis and Brain Lateralization Shifts". Paper presented at the 35th Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops on Clinical Hypnosis, New Orleans, March 27-31, 1993.

34. Everett JJ, Patterson DR, Montgomery B, Honari S, Heimbach D: "Adjunctive Interventions for Burn Pain Control: Comparison of Hypnosis and Ativan". Paper presented at the Burn Association 25th Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, March 24-27, 1993.

35. Patterson DR, Marvin J, Campbell KL, Everett JJ, Heimbach D: "Quantitative and Assessment of Pain from Burn Injuries". Paper presented at the American Burn 25th Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, March 24-27, 1993.

36. Moore AD, Bombardier CH, Brown P, Patterson DR: Coping and Emotional Attributions Over Patient Rehabilitation Stay Following Spinal Cord Injury. Poster presented at the 101st Annual Convention of the American Psychology Association, Toronto, August 20-24, 1993.

37. Patterson DR, Everett JJ, Burns GL, Montgomery BK: Hypnosis Versus Lorazepam for the Treatment of Burn Pain. Paper presented at the 101st Annual Convention of the American Psychology Association, Toronto, August 20-24, 1993.

38. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Montgomery BK, Burns GL, Heimbach DM: A Controlled Investigation of Adjuncts to Opioids for the Control of Pain During Burn Wound Care. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 26th Annual Meeting, Orlando, April 20-23, 1994.

39. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Montgomery BK, Ordonez NA, Heimbach DM: The Relationship Between Pain During Hospitalization and Disability at One Month Post-Burn. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 26th Annual Meeting, Orlando, April 20-23, 1994.

40. Patterson DR, Ptacek JT, Montgomery BK, Honari S, Heimbach DM: Predicting the Response of Burn Patients to Combinations of Pain Therapies During Wound Care. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 26th Annual Meeting, Orlando, April 20-23, 1994. 

41. Montgomery BK, Patterson DR, Goldberg ML, Honari SH, Heimbach DM: PCA Vs. Oral Medications for Background and Wound Care Pain Management. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 26th Annual Meeting, Orlando, April 20-23, 1994.

42. Ehde DM, Goldberg ML, Patterson DR, Wilson LG, Heimbach DM: Incidence and Contributing Factors to Acute Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Burn Patients. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 26th Annual Meeting, Orlando, April 20-23, 1994.

43. Campbell KL, Montgomery BK, Goldberg ML, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM: An Examination of Pain Assessment Documentation for Burn Patients. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 26th Annual Meeting, Orlando, April 20-23, 1994.

44. Ordonez N, Goldberg ML, Ptacek JT, Patterson D, Montgomery B, Heimbach DM: Coping Styles in Long-Term Outcome After Large TBSA Burns. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 26th Annual Meeting, Orlando, April 20-23, 1994.

45. Patterson DR, Elliott T, Wegener S, Brucker B: Symposium: Predoctoral, Postdoctoral and ABPP Certification Training in Rehabilitation Psychology (Symposium Chair and Participant). Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles/Burbank, August 12-16, 1994.

46. Patterson DR, Bombardier C, Ehde DM, Elliott T, Goldberg ML: Symposium: Patient Distress and Observer Bias After Physical Trauma (Symposium Chair). Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles/Burbank, August 12-16, 1994.

47. Ehde DM, Frye, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM: Self-inflicted burns: Diagnosis and psychological management. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 27th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, April 18-21, 1995.

48. Montgomery BK, Goldberg ML, Heimbach DM, Patterson DR, Honari S: Comparison of pain medication in verbal and nonverbal children. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 27th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, April 18-21, 1995.

49. Goldberg ML, Patterson DR, Ehde DM, Ptacek JT, Heimbach DM: Post-burn depression: Prevalence and contributory factors. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 27th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, April 18-21, 1995.

50. Goldberg ML, Patterson DR, Brown P, Moss B, Heimbach DM: Staff perceptions of the emotional status of patients with severe burns. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 27th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, April 18-21, 1995.

51. Schwenn C, Boeve S, Ehde D, Ordonez N, Montgomery BK, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM: Improving subject retention in longitudinal burn research. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 27th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, April 18-21, 1995.

52. Ptacek JT, Everett JE, Patterson DR, Montgomery BK, Heimbach DM: Describing affective and sensory burn pain across time. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 27th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, April 18-21, 1995.

53. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Montgomery BK, Heimbach DM: State anxiety, trait anxiety, and the anxiety-pain link across time. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 27th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, April 18-21, 1995.

54. Patterson, DR, Kessler, R: Workshop: Hypnosis in behavioral medicine. Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 46th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, November 7-11, 1995.

55. Ehde DM, Campbell KL, Patterson DR: Optimizing Physical Therapy Performance During Rehabilitation of Severe Burn Injuries. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association 103rd Annual Convention, New York City, August 11-15, 1995.

56. Goldberg ML, Patterson DR, Ehde DM: Postburn Depression: Prevalence, Course, and Contributory Factors During Acute Hospitalization. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association 103rd Annual Convention, New York City, August 11-15, 1995.

57. Patterson DR, Ehde DM, Goldberg, ML, Bombardier CH, Elliott TR: Suffering After Trauma - Should We Treat the Patient of Staff (Symposium Chair). Presented at the American Psychological Association 103rd Annual Convention, New York City, August 11-15, 1995.

58. Patterson DR, Ptacek JT, Reilley RR: Paper Session: Clinical Uses of Hypnosis (Chair and Participant). Presented at the American Psychological Association 103rd Annual Convention, New York City, August 11-15, 1995.

59. Patterson DR, Kessler R: Behavioral Medicine (3 day workshop). Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 40th Annual Meeting, Nov. 7-11, 1995.

60. Esselman PC, Cress ME, Engrav LH, & Patterson DR: Measurement of Physical Function After Burn Injuries. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 28th Annual Meeting, Nashville, March 14-17, 1996.

61. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Everett JE, Mann R, & Heimbach DM: The Use of Hypnosis in the Treatment of Burn Pain. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 28th Annual Meeting, Nashville, March 14-17, 1996.

62. Grove K, Patterson DR, & Heimbach DM: Preinjury, Hospitalization and Post Discharge Stress Levels in Children with Burns. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 28th Annual Meeting, Nashville, March 14-17, 1996.

63. Ubaldi K, Grove K, Ehde DM, Patterson DR, & Heimbach DM: Rates of Dysfunction in Parents of Pediatric Burn Patients. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 28th Annual Meeting, Nashville, March 14-17, 1996.

64. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Boeve SA, Mann R, & Heimbach DM: A Study of Lorazepam’s Effectiveness to Control Procedural Pain. Poster session presented at the American Burn Association 28th Annual Meeting, Nashville, March 14-17, 1996.

65. Goldberg ML, Patterson DR, Mann R, & Heimbach DM: Dissociation as a Predictor of Post- Burn Adjustment. Poster session presented at the American Burn Association 28th Annual Meeting, Nashville, March 14-17, 1996.

66. Engrav LH, & Patterson DR: The University of Washington Model System: Plenary Session I; National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) Model Burn Systems for Burn Injury Prevention. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 28th Annual Meeting, Nashville, March 14-17, 1996.

67. Patterson DR, & Ptacek JT: Clinical Analgesic Techniques with Burns: A Demonstration Symposium presented at the American Psychological Association 104th Annual Convention, Toronto, Ontario, August 9-13, 1996.

68. Patterson DR: The Intern Feeder-Ripple Model. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association 104th Annual Convention, Toronto, Ontario, August 9-13, 1996.

69. Patterson DR, Ptacek JT, & Rothweiler R: Baseline Pain as a Moderator in Burn Pain Hypnotic Analgesia. Paper presented at the Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 47th Annual Workshops and Scientific Meetings, Tampa, Florida, November 7-11, 1996.

70. Boeve SA, Goldberg ML, Patterson DR, Mann R, & Heimbach DM: Prospective Study on 1- Year Post burn Psychological Adjustment. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

71. Brych S, Patterson DR, Engrav LH, Mann R: Model for Addressing Return to Work Issues for the Burned Patient. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

72. Carrougher GJ, Patterson DR, Vaughn G, Mann R, & Heimbach DM: Predicting Outpatient Responses to Burn Pain Treatment. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

73. Doctor JN, Patterson DR, Boeve SA, Honari S, & Heimbach DM: Health Outcome for Burn Survivors. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

74. Doctor JN, Patterson DR, Summer G, Vaughn GR, & Heimbach DM: Psychological Factors that Influence Pain Reports During Hospital Stay for Patients Recovering from Severe Burn. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

75. Ehde D, Moore M, Patterson D, Mann R, & Engrav L: Adherence to Pressure Garment Therapy: A Prospective Study. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

76. Ehde D, Patterson D, Wilson L, Gibran N, & Heimbach DM: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder One Year Post Burn Injury: A Prospective Study. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

77. Gibbons J, Honari S, Patterson, DR, Dimick PL, & Heimbach DM: Opiate Induced Respiratory Depression in Pediatric Burn Patients. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

78. Honari S, Gibbons J, Patterson, DR, Martin S, Mann R, Gibran NS, & Heimbach DM: Comparison of Pain Control Medications in Three Age Groups of Elderly Patients with Burn Injuries. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

79. Johnson V, Kendall-Grove K, Ehde DM, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM: The Importance of Assessing Preinjury Adjustment in Pediatric Burn Patients. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

80. Martin SE, Patterson DR, Carrougher GJ, Honari S, & Heimbach DM: Control of Burn Pain in the Pediatric Outpatient. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

81. Martin SE, Patterson SE, McCausland CA, Summer G, & Heimbach DM: Poster: Generalized Fear and Self-Efficacy as Predictors of Pain, Anxiety and Depression in Adult Burn Patients. American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, NY, March 19-22, 1997.

82. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Martin SE, Gibran N, & Heimbach DM: Predicting Coping in Adult Burn Patients after Discharge. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

83. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Sharar S, Carrougher G, Heimbach DM: The Use of Lorazepam in the Treatment of Procedural Burn Pain: Final Results. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

84. Rothweiler BL, Kendall-Grove K, Patterson DR, & Heimbach DM: Parenting Stress of Children with Burns. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 29th Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, March 19-22, 1997.

85. Martin-Herz SE, Patterson DR, Carrougher GJ. Poster: Management of pain in the outpatient pediatric burn patient. International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, Helsinki, Finland, July, 1997.

86. Patterson DR, Ptacek JT, Sharar S, Carrougher GJ. Poster: A randomized, controlled study of the use of Lorazepam for burn pain. American Pain Society, New Orleans, October 23-26, 1997.

87. Doctor JN, Hoffman H, Patterson DR, Carrougher GJ, Heimbach DM. Virtual reality for pediatric and adolescent burn pain management. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

88. Summer GS, Martin-Herz SP, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM. Pain, anxiety, and opioid analgesic use in patients with a history of substance abuse. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

89. Adcock R, Goldberg M, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM. Experience as a variable in staff estimates of burn patients’ suffering. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

90. Martiz-Herz SP, Patterson DR, Honari S, Gibbons J, Heimbach DM. Relationship of patient and nurse ratings of pain and anxiety and opioid analgesic use in adult burn patients. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

91. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Doctor JN, Heimbach DM. Describing and predicting procedural pain following thermal injury. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

92. Ford G, Patterson DR, Boeve S, Martin-Herz SP, Heimbach DM. Gender differences in distress among burn patients at one month follow-up. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

93. Thurber CA, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM. Predicting burn patients’ anxiety from burn severity and pain intensity. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

94. Martin-Herz SP, Patterson DR, Ptacek JT, Finch CP, Heimbach DM. Impact of inpatient pain on long term adjustment in adult burn patients: An update. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

95. Carrougher GJ, Summer GS, Honari S, Sharar SR, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM. Use of opioid equivalency tables in clinical burn care research and patient care. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

96. Boeve S, Peterson A, Coy T, Martin-Herz SP, Cain V, Brych S, Patterson DR, Kresge E, McMahan L, Heimbach DM. Poster: Reduced quality of sleep in outpatients following severe burn injury. American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18-21, 1998.

97. Wiechman S, Adcock R, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM. Poster: Substance use and burn trauma: A prospective study. American Burn Association 30th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 18- 21, 1998.

98. Martin-Herz SP, Patterson DR, Finch CP, Honari S, Heimbach DM. Pain control practices for pediatric patients in North American burn centers. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL: Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation; 1999:S155.

99. Patterson DR, Hoffman HG, Carrougher GJ, Heimbach DM. Use of virtual reality as an adjunct to pain control during wound care. .American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL; 1999:S156.

100. Kerner DN, Patterson DR, Engrav LH. Role of pre-existing substance abuse in psychological and quality of life outcomes in burn patients. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL; 1999:S157.

101. Carrougher GJ, Hoffman HG, Patterson DR, Moore ML, Nakamura DY, Heimbach DM. Virtual reality: A non-pharmacologic analgesic for physical therapy. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL; 1999:S181.

102. Thurber C, Ehde D, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM. Psychosocial predictors of children's satisfaction with burn camps. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL; 1999:S184.

103. Wiechman S, Aaron LA, Patterson DR, Engrav LH. Predictors of emotional distress following acute burn injury at 6, 12, and 24 months. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL; 1999:S191.

104. Helvig E, Engrav LH, Cain VJ, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM. Patients' report of itching post- burn injury. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL; 1999:S259.

105. Helvig E, Engrav LH, Cain VJ, Patterson DR, Heimbach DM. Patients' report of itching post- burn injury. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL; 1999:S259.

106. Ptacek JT, Patterson DR, Carrougher GJ, Heimbach DM. Six-year trends in pain experiences and opioid use. American Burn Association 31st Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL; 1999:S269.

107. Finch, C.P., Patterson, D.R., Wiechman, S.A., Avery, R.W., Heimbach, D.M. Premorbid Mental Health Status of Adult Burn Patients: Comparisons with a Normative Sample. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S139.

108. Patterson, D.R., Ptacek, J.T., Cromes, G., Fauerbach, J., Engrav, L. Describing and Predicting Adjustment in Burn Survivors. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S140.

109. Ptacek, J.T., Patterson, D.R., Boeve, S.A., Gibran, N., Heimbach, D.M. Inpatient Depression in Persons with Burns: Final Results. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S142.

110. Thurber, C.A., Martin-Herz, S.P., Patterson, D.R., Heimbach, D.M. Conceptualizing Psychological Interventions for Child Burn Survivors. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S175.

111. Tong, C., Aaron, L., Patterson, D.R., Finch, C.P., Carrougher, G., Heimbach, D.M. The Utility of a Burn-Specific Measure of Pain Anxiety to Predict Current and Future Pain and Functional Levels. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S186.

112. Carrougher, G.J., Sharar, S., Patterson, D.R., Heimbach, D.M. Procedural Pain Control in the Elderly: Use of Fentanyl Oralet. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S188.

113. Brych, S.B., Ptacek, J.T., Calderon, J., Nelson, A.B., Lezotte, D.C., Patterson, D.R., Heimbach, D.M., Gibran, N.S., Helm, P,A,, Rivara, F.P., Engrav, L.H. Time Off Work and Return to Work Rates after Burns in a Large Multicenter Series. Paper presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S193.

114. Boeve, S., Ptacek, J.T., Patterson, D.R., Heimbach, D.M. The Impact of Hypnosis on Affective and Sensory Burn Pain. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S248.

115. Wiechman, S.A., Patterson, D.R., Avery, R.W., Gibran, N.S., Heimbach, D.M. Trends in the Development of PTSD After a Burn Injury: A Longitudinal Study. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S252.

116. Avery, R., Patterson, D.R., Ptacek, J.T., Schwenn, C., Day, J., Bartman, M., Heimbach, D.M., Engrav, L.H. Evaluation of a Peer Consultation Program for Burn Inpatients. Poster presented at the American Burn Association 32nd Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; 2000:S254.

117. David R Patterson, JT Ptacek, Gretchen Carrougher, David Heimbach, Shari Honari. Scheduled versus PRN Pain Medication. Abstract presented at the American Burn Association 34th Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL; 2002.

118. Hoffman, H.G., Doctor, J.N., Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G.C., Taylor, W., & Furness, T. III. (1998). VR for burn pain control during wound care. Paper presented at Medicine Meets VR 6, San Diego CA.

119. Garcia, A., Hoffman, H.G., Beecher, J. Kapa, V., Dillon, I., Carrougher, G., & Patterson, D. (1999). How does VR pain control work? Association for the Advancement of Behavioral Therapy in Toronto CA., November ’99.

120. Hoffman, H.G., Carrougher, G., Patterson, D., T. A. & Furness III. Use of immersive virtual reality to reduce burn pain during wound care and physical therapy. Presented at the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral Therapy in Toronto, Canada, November 1999, and the American Psychiatry Association in New Orleans, Oct 30, 1999.

121. Doctor J, Hoffman H, Patterson DR, Carrougher GJ, & Heimbach DM. Virtual reality for pediatric and adolescent burn pain management. Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association. 1999.

122. Carrougher GJ, Hoffman HG, Patterson DR, Moore ML, Nakamura DY, & Heimbach DM. Virtual reality: A non-pharmacologic analgesic for physical therapy. Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association.

123. Hoffman, H.G. & Patterson, D.R. (April, 2000). The UW's Warren G. Magnuson Health Sciences Center Open House 2000: Step into the Future. Immersive VR. Demos for the U.W. April 7 and 8th.

124. Hoffman, H.G. Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G.J., Sharar, S., Nakamura, D., Moore M., & Furness III. T. (Jan, 2001). The effectiveness of Virtual Reality pain control with multiple treatments. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, Newport Beach, Calif.

125. Patterson DR, Hoffman HG, Carrougher GJ, & Heimbach DM. Use of virtual reality as an adjunct to pain control during wound care. Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association. 2001

126. Carrougher GJ, Patterson DR, Hoffman HG, Nakamura DY, & Heimbach DM. The effectiveness of virtual reality pain control with multiple treatments of longer duration. Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association. 2001.

127. Garcia-Palacios, A., Hoffman, HG. Villa, H., & Patterson, D.R. Immersive virtual reality pain control during severe burn wound care. Presented at American Psychiatric Association, Institute on Psychiatric Services, Orlando, FL., Oct 13, 2001.

128. Rose, M., Blakeney, P., Lezotte, D., Patterson, D. R., Fauerbach, J.A., Cromes, F., Engrav, L. H., Helm,P., deLateur, B. J., & Herndon, D.N. Ethnic Differences of pediatric burn patients on the child behavior checklist (CBCL). International Society of Burn Injuries, Seattle, WA, 2002.

129. Patterson, D.R. New Models for Addressing Pain Control Compliance. 14th Annual Burn & Wound Care Today. St. Paul, MN, 2002.

130. Patterson, DR, Wiechman, SA and Jensen, M. APA Division 30 Award for the Best Clinical Paper: Hypnosis for Clinical Pain. American Psychological Association 111th Annual convention, Toronto, August 7-10, 2003.

131. Patterson, DR. Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University. Integration of Complementary and Alternative Medicine into Clinical Practice: Evidence Based Medicine. Baltimore, MD, June 8-10, 2005.

132. Fauerbach, JA., Heltshe, S., Lezotte, DL., Holavanahalli, R., Magyar-Russell, GM., McKibben, JB., Thombs, BD., Kowalske, KJ., Patterson, DR., DeLateur, BJ. Early Predictors of Long Term Participation in Society Following Burn Injury. American Burn Association Annual Meeting, April 4-7, 2006.

133. Fauerbach, JA., Heltshe, S., Lezotte, DL., Magyar-Russell, GM., Wiechman Askay, SA., Holavanahalli, R., Engrav, LH., Kowalske, KJ., DeLateur, BJ., Patterson, DR. Early Predictors of Long Term Impairment Following Burn Injury. American Burn Association Annual Meeting, April 4-7, 2006.

134. Soltani., M., Jewett, L., Carrougher, GJ., Hoffman, HG., Nakamura, DY., Blough, DK., Patterson, DR., Gibran, NS., Sharar, SR. Effectiveness of Virtual Reality Analgesia with Burn Patients During Physical Therapy. American Burn Association Annual Meeting, April 4-7, 2006.

135. Fauerbach, JA., Lezotte, DL., Holavanahalli, R., Wiechman Askay, SA., Engrav, LH., Kowalske, KJ., DeLateur, BJ., Thombs, Bd., Milner, SM, Patterson, DR. Defining and Tracking Impairment After Burn Injury. American Burn Association Annual Meeting, April 4-7, 2006.

136. Fauerbach, JA., Lezotte, DL., Engrav, LH., Kowalske, KJ., DeLateur, BJ., Holavanahalli, R., Magyar-Russell, GM., McKibben, JB., Thombs, BD., Patterson, DR. Measuring Post-Burn Participation in Home, Work and Social Roles. American Burn Association Annual Meeting, April 4-7, 2006.

137. Wiechman Askay, SA., Patterson, DR., Carrougher, GJ., Jewett, L., Soltani, M., Engrav, LH. Reasons for Distress in Burn Survivors After Discharge. American Burn Association Annual Meeting, April 4-7, 2006.

138. Patterson, D.R., Symposium Chair. Importance of Psychology to Rehabilitation. American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, August 13, 2006.

139. Patterson, D.R., Speaker. Use of Hypnosis in the Treatment of Burns. Chicago Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Chicago, IL. May 12, 2007.

140. Patterson, D.R., Chicago Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Innovations in Acute Pain Control; Chicago, IL - June, 2009.

141. Patterson, D.R., Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Workshops. Pain Control, Deepening and Hypnotic Analgesia. Reno, NV, Fall, 2009.

142. Patterson, D.R., American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Pain Control with Hypnosis; Nashville, TN, March 2010.

143. Patterson, D.R., Chicago Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Clinical Hypnosis for Pain Control; Chicago, IL - June 25, 2010.

144. Patterson, D.R., American Board of Professional Psychology, Clinical Hypnosis for Pain Control; Portland, OR – July 7, 2010.

145. Patterson, D.R., Continuing Education Workshop, American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Treating Pain With Hypnosis; San Diego, CA, August 12-15, 2010.

146. Patterson, D.R., Jensen, M.P. Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Master’s Course: Chronic Pain. Boston, MA, November 11, 2010.

147. Patterson, D.R. Division 22 Rehabilitation Psychology Conference, “Hypnosis for Pain Control and Rehabilitation.” Jacksonville, FL, February 24-27, 2011.

148. Patterson, D.R., American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Intermediate and Advanced (with Jensen, M.P.) Workshops and Plenary Talk. Las Vegas, NV, March 4-8, 2011.

149. Patterson, D.R., Oregon Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Treating Pain with Hypnosis. Portland, OR, April 22, 2011.

150. Patterson, D.R., University of Minnesota, Continuing Education Presentation, “Advanced Workshop in Pain Control.” Minneapolis, MN, June 1-5, 2011.

151. Patterson, D.R., Virtual Reality and Pain Management. American Pain Society Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, May 16-19, 2012.

152. Patterson, D.R., Hypnosis for Pain Control and the Reduction of Suffering. Greater Pennsylvania Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Gladwyne, PA, November 9, 2013.

153. Patterson, D.R., Psychological Approaches to Pain Management. North Carolina Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Chapel Hill, NC, November 15-18, 2013.

154. Patterson, D.R., Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Workshops. Dedham, MA, October 6-10, 2016.

155. Patterson, D.R., Hypnosis, Suffering, Eastern Philosophy. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Annual Scientific Meeting & Workshop, St. Louis, MO, March 11-15, 2016.

156. Patterson, D.R., Vanderbilt University, Basic Workshop in Hypnosis. Nashville, TN, August 26- 27, 2017.

157. Patterson, D.R., Hypnosis and Zen for Suffering. Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshop, Chicago, IL, October 25-29, 2017.

158. Patterson, D.R., Hypnosis, Zen and Suffering. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, August 9-12, 2018.

159. Patterson, D.R., A Biopsychosocial and Ericksonian Approach to Hypnosis for Chronic Medical Conditions. Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops, Las Vegas, NV, October 10-14, 2018.

LOCAL PRESENTATIONS

1. Harborview Medical Center, Pediatric Nursing Core, "The Management of Noncompliant Behavior," 1987-1992.

2. University of Washington Multi-Disciplinary Pain Center Grand Rounds, "Hypnosis in Burns,” 1988, 1990.

3. Harborview Medical Center Ethics Forum, "Ethical Dilemmas Surrounding Care of the Spinal Cord Injured Patient," Summer, 1990.

4. Seattle Veterans Administration Medical Center Psychology Internship Seminar Series, "The Role of Psychology in the Medical Setting," Winter, 1987-1990.

5. Harborview Medical Center Ethics Committee Forum, "Pain Medication at Harborview, Too Much or Too Little?" (Moderator), Summer, 1990.

6. University of Washington Department of Nursing CME. "Working With the Fearful Anxious Patient," March, 1991.

7. University of Washington Multi-Disciplinary Pain Center Grand Rounds, "Pain Management in Burns," 1992.

8. University of Washington Department of Nursing CME "Frontiers of Pain Management," November, 1991.

9. Harborview Medical Center Ethics Committee Forum, "Ethical Issues Associated with Reporting and Treating Drug and Alcohol Use," (Moderator), Spring, 1992.

10. University of Washington CME Course: “Integrating In the Rehabilitation Process,” December 3-4, 1993.

11. University of Washington CME Course: “Clinical Update on Burns,” October 21-22, 1995.

12. Harborview Medical Center Ethics Committee Forum, “Medicinal Uses of Marijuana: Legislative, Legal and Ethical Issues,” (Moderator), April 18, 1996.

13. Western Washington University, Department of Psychology, Invited Colloquium, “Pain Control in Severe Burn Injuries,” May 2, 1996.

14. Southwestern Medical Center Course on Pain in the Elderly, “Nonpharmacological Approaches,” May 3, 1996, Vancouver, WA.

15. University of Washington CME Course: “The Burn Patient: A Partnership within the Community,” August 2-3, 1996.

16. British Columbia Children’s Hospital, Invited lecture, “Burn Pain Management”, August 18, 1996.

17. Harborview Medical Center, Outpatient Management of Burn Injuries, Invited Lecture, "Outpatient Pain Management for the Burn-Injured Adult", April 1997.

18. Southwestern Medical Center, Invited lecture, “Nonpharmacologic Approaches to Palliative Care,” May 2, 1997, Vancouver, WA.

19. Harborview Medical Center, Ethics Committee Forum, “An update from the Alternative Health Care Committee,” (Moderator), Spring, 1997.

20. Harborview Medical Center Burn Core, Invited Lecture, "Pain Management for the Burn-Injured Patient," September 29, 1997.

21. University of Washington, Multidisciplinary Pain Center Didactic Lecture Series, Invited Lecture, “Hypnosis and Burns,” September 22, 1998.

22. Department of Veterans Affairs, Seattle VA Psychology Internship Didactics, Invited Lecture, “Hypnosis and Pain Management,” April 18, 2000.

23. Harborview Medical Center, Ethics Committee Forum, “Patients with high level spinal cord injuries who request discontinuation of mechanical ventilation.” (Moderator), October 10, 2001.

24. Harborview Medical Center, Ethics Committee Forum, “The hair of the dog that bit you: Should HMC prescribe alcohol to patients?” (Moderator), December 12, 2001.

25. University of Washington Multidisciplinary Pain Center. Didactics presentation. May 28th, 2002.

26. Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, “Innovations in Acute Pain Control.” November 20, 2002.

27. Seattle ARN Nursing Puget Sound Chapter, “Hypnosis.” October 1, 2003.

28. Harborview Medical Center, Ethics Committee Forum, “Ethical Issues Associated with the Early Care of C-Level Quadriplegia: An Update” (Panelist), June 9, 2004.

29. University of Washington sponsored conference, “Office Management of Chronic Pain” (speaker and panelist), October 8-9th, 2004.

30. University of Washington Mini-Medical Series, “Hypnosis for Pain Control” (speaker), February 15, 2005.

31. University of Washington, “Managing Chronic Pain” (speaker), April 19, 2005.

32. Harborview Medical Center (presenter), “Case Studies in Pediatric Analgesia and Sedation: hypnosis and virtual reality for pain control,” December 15, 2006.

33. UW Psychological Services & Training Center (presenter), “Behavioral Medicine: Pain Management in a Medical Setting,” April 25, 2007.

34. Harborview Medical Center (presenter), “Case Studies in Pediatric Analgesia and Sedation: hypnosis and virtual reality for pain control,” June 15, 2007.

35. University of Washington Rehab 414: Psychological Aspects of Disability (lecturer), “Acute Pain,” September 28, 2008.

36. University of Washington (presenter), “New Developments in Hypnosis for Pain Control,” February 5, 2008.

37. University of Washington Rehab 414: Psychological Aspects of Disability (lecturer), “Motivational Interviewing,” September 26, 2008.

38. University of Washington Rehab 414: Psychological Aspects of Disability (lecturer), “Pain Control,” September 26, 2008.

39. University of Washington Medical Residents Course (presenter), “Hypnosis for Pain Control,” May, 2009.

40. University of Washington Rehab 414: Psychological Aspects of Disability (lecturer), “Motivational Interviewing for Treating Difficult Behavioral Problems and Substance Abuse,” Fall Quarter, 2009.

41. University of Washington Rehab 414: Psychological Aspects of Disability (lecturer), “Pain Control,” Fall Quarter, 2009.

42. Internship Open House, Rehabilitation Psychology Residents, January 4, 2010.

43. Mercer Island High School (presenter), “Hypnosis,” May, 2010.

44. University of Washington Medical Residents Course (presenter), “Hypnosis for Pain Control,” May, 2010.

45. Internship Open House, Rehabilitation Psychology Residents, January 3, 2011.

 

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

Course Lectures        1990-2009 Rehab 414: Psychological Aspects of Rehabilitation

                               1992-2000 HuBio 516: P-Systems of Human Behavior

                                1993, 1995 Psych 451: Health Psychology

                               1994-1997 Rehab 510: Rehabilitation Psychology

                               2014-present

                               1996-2000 Alternative Health Care (2nd Year Medical Students)

Courses Coordinated    1995-2009 Rehab 414: Psychological Aspects of Rehabilitation (2 credits)

                                 1996-2000 Alternative Health Care (2nd Year Medical Students)

Seminars Coordinated  1992-1993 University of Washington Internship Seminar in Rehab. Psychology

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