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Mary Ellen Olbrisch

Professor of Psychiatry and Surgery

VCU Health System

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VCU Health System

1250 E. Marshall Street

Richmond, Virginia,23219

United States

Company Description

The VCU Health System is one of only two nationally recognized Level I Trauma Centers in the state and is the only one in central Virginia. Virginia recognizes five Level I Trauma Centers in the state, including the VCUHS. The VCU Health System was the first h...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Surgery

Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University , Richmond


Assistant Professor

The University of Texas at Austin


Affiliations

Virginia Commonwealth University

Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry


American Board of Professional Psychology Inc

Board Member


Education

Florida State University


University of California San Francisco


PhD


Web References(28 Total References)


Searching for Organs

www.richmondmagazine.com [cached]

Some of the sites themselves, including MatchingDonors.com, require a paid membership, something that might be difficult for ill people who are financially strapped. (MatchingDonors.com charges $295 a month or $595 for unlimited access.) "People who need organs are in a very vulnerable position," says Dr. Mary Ellen Olbrisch, associate professor of psychiatry and surgery for VCU Health Systems, who has presented several papers on the ethics of organ donation.
Potential donors should be thoroughly screened and schooled on the logistics of organ donation, something that might not occur online, Olbrisch says. "I've met some really inspirational people who want to be an organ donor - but not all people are like that," she says.


Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth and Families

cvcoalition.org [cached]

"We've seen the terribly serious consequences of poor prescribing practices stemming from obvious misclassification of hydrocodone combinations," said panelist Mary Ellen Olbrisch, PhD, professor of psychiatry at Virginia Commonwealth University.
"I don't think the reclassification is a panacea for the opiate abuse problem in the U.S.," she added, "but I think it's an important step in getting physicians to rethink prescribing practices and look at other approaches to pain management."


Officers - American Board of Professional Psychology

www.abpp.org [cached]

Mary Ellen Olbrisch, PhD, ABPP
Member-at-Large molbrisch@hsc.vcu.edu


United Network for Organ Sharing: Organ Donation and Transplantation

www.unos.org [cached]

Candidates in Marcos' program are first screened by interviews with Mary Ellen Olbrisch, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist at Virginia Commonwealth University's Medical College of Virginia Hospitals.
Patients are interviewed to determine any presence of mental incapacity, depression or a bipolar disorder. Sometimes spouses are brought in as well. "It's a big decision to be a donor and you want to know where the family is," Dr. Olbrisch said.


Officers - American Board of Professional Psychology

www.abpp.org [cached]

Marry Ellen Olbrisch, Ph.D., ABPP
Member-at-Large molbrisch@hsc.vcu.edu


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