CURRICULUM VITAE (abbreviated) 2/3/00
Edward A. Workman, MD, EdD, FAAPM, ACFP
9111 Cross Park Dr., Ste. D-200
Knoxville TN 37923
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING & DEGREES
Residency in Psychiatry, Univ. of Virginia School of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatric Medicine, completed 1993; 4th Yr Fellowship: Consultation Psychiatry, with emphasis on pain medicine, substance abuse and neuropsychiatry.
Residency in Internal Medicine (PGYI) Univ. of Tenn. Med Center, Knoxville, 1988/89.
Doctor of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, 1988.
Doctor of Education (Counseling/School Psychology), Univ. of Tennessee, Dept. of Counseling and Educational Psychology. 1977. Internship: Counseling/School Psychology.
Master of Arts (College of Educ.), Dept. of Counseling, Western Carolina University, 1974. Bachelor of Arts (with Honors) In Psychology, University of North Carolina-Asheville, 1973.
BOARD CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURE
Board Certification, Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1995. Board Certification, Added Qualifications in Forensic Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1999.
Board Certification, Diplomate, American Board of Pain Medicine,1997.
Board Certification, Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management, 1991.
Board Certification, Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Medicine,1996.
Fellow, American Academy of Pain Medicine, 1994.
Licensed Physician: Tennessee, Virginia, South Carolina; all active and current.
1999-Present Medical Director, Neuropsychiatry/IME Associates, Knoxville, TN
2000-Present Consulting Psychiatrist and Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine,
University of Tennessee Medical Center
1999-2001 Attending Forensic Psychiatrist, Lakeshore Mental Health Institute, Knoxville, TN
1998-Present Member, Board of Advisors, American Academy of Pain Management.
1998-1999 Associate Professor and Medical Director, Pain Consultation Clinic, Institute of Psychiatry,
Medical University of South Carolina.
1993-1998 Medical Director, Medical Psychiatry and Pain Medicine Associates,
a multidisciplinary University of Virginia affiliated associate practice
1993-1998 Staff Psychiatrist and Co-Director of Psychiatric Research, VA Medical Center,
Salem, Va./Univ. of Virginia School of Medicine.
1993-1998 Assistant Prof. of Psychiatric Medicine, Univ. of Virginia School of Medicine.
1996-1998 Member, Board of Directors, Salem Research Institute, VAMC/Univ. of Va.
1990-1993 Residency in Psychiatric Medicine, University of Virginia School of Medicine
Primary mentors; Wil Spradlin, MD, Delmar Short,MD i /
1988-1993 Emergency Room Physician (average 48 hrs/month), National ER Services.
1990-1993 Consulting Physician, Appalachian Counseling Ctr. Roanoke, Va.
1991-1994 Staff Physician, Catawba State Psychiatric Hospital.
1989-1990 Medical Director, Behavioral Medicine Ctr., Knoxville,TN
1988-1989 Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Tenn. Med. Ctr., Knoxville.
1982-1990 Consultant, Health Care Associates, Chattanooga, TN.
1979-1988 Private Practice in Psychology/Neuropsychology, Chattanooga, TN.
1979-1984 Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology, School and Clinical Programs,
University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
1975-1979 Psychologist, Little Tennessee Valley Educational Cooperative.
Position involved consultation w/MHCs and Schools.
2000 J. Hubbard & E. Workman. Stress Killers: How Stress Kills (in prepration).
2000 E. Workman, & J. Hubbard. Fighting Chronic Pain (in submission, under review).
1998 J. Hubbard, & E. Workman (Eds.), Handbook of Stress Medicine, New York:CRC Press.
1995 E. Workman, & A. Katz. 2nd Edition?Teaching Behavioral Self Control to Students: A Manual for Teachers & Parents. Austin, Tx: Pro-Ed Publishing.
1994 E. Workman & F. Tellian. Practical Handbook of Psychopharmacology:A Clinician's Guide. New York: CRC Press.
1984 G. Helton, E. Workman, P. Matusek. Psychoeducational Assessment: An Integrative Approach. New York: Grune & Stratton.
1982 E. Workman, Teaching Behavioral Self Control to Students. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
MAJOR MEDICAL PUBLICATIONS (FULL LISTING AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST)
2000 E. Workman. Neuropharmacology. In V. Ramachandran (Ed), Encyclopedia of the Human Brain. Academic Press, invited chapter (in preparation).
2000 J. Hubbard & E. Workman. Chronic Pain and Substance Related Disorders. In J. Hubbard & P. Martin (Eds.), Substance Abuse in the Mentally and Physically Disabled New York: Marcel-Decker.
1999 E. Workman & J. Hubbard. Prevalence and detection of malingering and symptom exaggeration in the claimants with chronic pain, with and without psychiatric disorders. (under review), Clinical Journal of Psychiatry.
1998 B. Felker, E. Workman, et al. The psychiatric primary care team: A new program to provide medical care to the chronically mentally ill. Medicine and Psychiatry, 1, 1,
1997 E. Workman, D. Short, et al. A VA based satellite psychiatry clinic program: A 30 year progress report. Psychiatric Services, 48, 1582-1583.
1997 J. Hubbard and E. Workman. On the nature of stress. In Hubbard & Workman (Eds), Handbook of Stress Medicine. New York: CRC Press.
1997 E. Workman. The measurement of stress and its effects. In Hubbard & Workman (Eds), Handbook of Stress Medicine. New York: CRC Press.
1997 W. Hodges and E. Workman. Pain and stress. In Hubbard & Workman (Eds), Handbook of Stress Medicine. New York: CRC Press.
1997 E. Workman and J. Hubbard. Approaches to the evaluation and treatment of chronic pain. In Hubbard and Short (Eds.) Primary Care Medicine for Psychiatrists. New York, Plenum Publishing.
1996 E. Workman. Chronic pain syndromes in victims of violent crime. Crime Victim's Litigation Quarterly, 3, #4, 6-9.
1996 LaVia, Munno, Lydiard, Workman, E., et al. The influence of stress intrusion on immunodepression in generalized anxiety disorder patients and controls. Psychosomatic Medicine, 58, 138-142.
1996 E. Workman. Computerized assessment in outpatient psychiatry practice. In (M. Miller, Ed.) Clinical Mental Health Computing. New York: Springer-Verlag.
1995 E. Workman. Review of Jamison et al., Weather changes and pain.Pain Digest,
5 (6), 369.
1995 E. Workman. Review of Einstein, S., Substance abuse intervention failure. Pain Digest, Vol. 5, #4, 231.
1995 E. Workman. Review of Bolton, J., Psychological distress and disability in back pain patients. Pain Digest, Vol. 5, #4, 231.
1995 E. Workman, D. Short, & J. Hubbard. Computerized Psychiatric Assessment in a Residency Training Program: Measures of Quality of Life and Clinical Outcome. Invited paper presentation at the World Federation for Mental Health, 1995 World Congress, Dublin, Ireland, August 13-15, 1995.
1994 E. Workman. Review of Wood, et al., The differential response of chronic fatigue, neurotic and muscular dystrophy patients to experimental psychological stress. Pain Digest, 4, Fall, 324-325.
1994 E. Workman, D. Short, F. Tellian. A naturalistic open trial of doxepin and trazadone in chronic low back pain patients with major depression. American Journal of Pain Management, 4, 66-70.
1994 E. Workman, F. Tellian, D. Short. Psychiatric predictors of success in chronic pain management programs. Proceedings of the American Academy of Pain Medicine, 10th Annual Conference, February 19-20, Orlando, Fl.
1993 E. Workman. Patient progress assessment in clinical psychopharmacology. American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology Progress Notes, Summer, 4, Pgs. 2-4.
1993 J. Hubbard, E. Workman, et al. Differences in marijuana use across psychiatric diagnoses. Proceedings of the Veterans Affairs National Brain Research Symposium, Paper # B37, Washington, DC.
1993 E. Workman, D. Short, F. Tellian. Psychiatric predictors of recovery from chronic pain. Proceedings of the American Academy of Pain Management Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN, October, 1993.
1993 E. Workman & D. Short. Atypical antidepressants vs. imipramine in the treatment of major depression: A metaanalysis. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 54, 5-12. (Article featured on the cover of the January issue; cited in the 1996 edition of Kaplan and Sadock's Synopsis of Psychiatry).
1992 E. Workman, & D. Short. Bupropion induced carbohydrate craving and weight gain. American Journal of Psychiatry, 149:10, 1407-1408.
1992 E. Workman, & D. Harrington. Sertraline-augmented lithium therapy of organic mood syndrome. Psychosomatics, 1992, 33 (4), Fall issues, 398-399.
1992 E. Workman, F. Tellian, & D. Short. Trazodone induction of migraine headache via m-cpp. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1992, 149:5, 712-713.
1992 NI. LaVia, B. Lydiard, E. Workman, D. Short, et al. Subtype response to stress induced immunodepression. Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Immunology, Budapest, Hungary, August 23-28.
1991 M. LaVia & E. Workman. Psychoneuroimmunology: yesterday, today and tomorrow. Acta Neurologica, Proceedings of the Congress. "Brain and Immunity," Vol. 13, pgs. 335-342.
1991 E. Workman, & M. LaVia. Behavioral immunology: Where we are, Where we're going. Recent Progress in Medicine, 1991, 82, 637-641.
1991 E. Workman, & M. LaVia. Stress and immunity: A behavioral medicine perspective, In Plotnikofet al. (Eds), Stress and Immunity, CRC/Mosby Press.
1991 E. Workman. Clinical pharmacology of chronic pain. Behavioral Medicine and Rehab News, 2, 1-2.
1988 E. Workman & M. LaVia. Chronic pain, physical symptoms and type A behavior in young adults. Psych. Reports, 62, 333-4.
1987 E. Workman & M. LaVia. T Lymphocyte polyclonal proliferation: effects of stress and stress response style on students taking NBME. Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology, 43, 303-313.
1987 E. Workman & M. La Via. T-lymphocyte polyclonal proliferation and stress response style. Psychological Reports. 60, 1121-1122.
1987 E. Workman & M. LaVia. Immunological effects of psychological stress: A Review of the literature. Int'l. J. of Psychosomatics. 34, 35-40.
American College of Forensic Psychiatry
Southern Medical Association
American Psychiatric Association
American Academy of Pain Medicine (Fellow)
American Academy of Pain Management (Diplomate)
American College of Forensic Medicine (Fellow & Diplomate)
Associate Editor, Pain Digest, Co-Editor, Stress Medicine, (text series), CRC Press.
Editorial Review Board, Hospital and Community Psychiatry/Psychiatric Services
REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST (Physicians and Attorneys)