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Drew H. Barzman, MD


  • Director, Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry Service
  • Professor, UC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Board Certified

About

Biography

Dr. Barzman’s most significant professional achievements include helping children and families, research, and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students.

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Publications

Adherence with an Acute Agitation Algorithm and Subsequent Restraint Use. Jenkins, M; Barrett, MC; Frey, T; Bouvay, K; Barzman, D; Kurowski, EM. Psychiatric Quarterly. 2021; 92:851-862.

Predicting the time trend of first episodes of aggressive behaviors in pediatric psychiatric inpatient units. Lin, PI; Bonander, C; Harmeyer, K; Kennedy, P; Sorter, M; Osborn, A; Barzman, D. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 2021; 140:117-123.

Lessons Learned to Building Stakeholder Engagement during the Initial Stages of Pragmatic Research Development and Implementation. Combs, J; Barzman, D; Hemphill, R; Osborn, A; Sorter, M; Decker, R. Psychiatric Quarterly. 2021; 92:781-791.

A Framework-Based Approach to Assessing Mental Health Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Children and Adolescents. Lin, PI; Srivastava, G; Beckman, L; Kim, Y; Hallerbäck, M; Barzman, D; Sorter, M; Eapen, V. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 2021; 12.

Psychiatric Education for Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows: Should We be Doing More?. Rudloff, J; Wurster Ovalle, V; Barzman, D; Gonzalez-Del-Rey, J. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2021.

Individual prediction of symptomatic converters in youth offspring of bipolar parents using proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Zhang, W; Nery, FG; Tallman, MJ; Patino, LR; Adler, CM; Strawn, JR; Fleck, DE; Barzman, DH; Sweeney, JA; Strakowski, SM; et al. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 2021; 30:55-64.

Finding warning markers: Leveraging natural language processing and machine learning technologies to detect risk of school violence. Ni, Y; Barzman, D; Bachtel, A; Griffey, M; Osborn, A; Sorter, M. International Journal of Medical Informatics. 2020; 139.

Automated Risk Assessment for School Violence: a Pilot Study. Barzman, D; Ni, Y; Griffey, M; Bachtel, A; Lin, K; Jackson, H; Sorter, M; DelBello, M. Psychiatric Quarterly. 2018; 89:817-828.

What have we learned from the time trend of mass shootings in the U.S.?. Lin, P; Fei, L; Barzman, D; Hossain, M. PLoS ONE. 2018; 13.

Eye Gaze Patterns Associated with Aggressive Tendencies in Adolescence. Laue, C; Griffey, M; Lin, P; Wallace, K; van der Schoot, M; Horn, P; Pedapati, E; Barzman, D. Psychiatric Quarterly. 2018; 89:747-756.

From the Blog


Pandemic Prompts Refocus of Suicide Study at Cincinnati Children’s
Mind Brain Behavior

Pandemic Prompts Refocus of Suicide Study at Cincinnati Children’s

Drew H. Barzman, MD7/1/2021

$2.8M Grant to Fund Building A.I.-Powered School Violence Prediction Tool
Mind Brain Behavior

$2.8M Grant to Fund Building A.I.-Powered School Violence Prediction Tool

Drew H. Barzman, MD, 6/10/2021

Pilot Study Validates AI to Help Predict School Violence
Mind Brain Behavior

Pilot Study Validates AI to Help Predict School Violence

Drew H. Barzman, MD6/30/2019

Promising Research to Identify Risk Factors for School Violence
BlogChild Development and Behavior

Promising Research to Identify Risk Factors for School Violence

By Drew Barzman, MD8/24/2016

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