Loma Linda University

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Mark Haviland, PhD
Professor, Psychiatry
School of Medicine
Professor, Basic Sciences
School of Medicine
Professor, School of Nursing
School of Nursing
Member, Psychiatry, SM, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
4/2013 - 6/2013

Research Seminar


Research methods for psychiatry residents (e.g., statistics/measurement, computer literature databases/searches; building a professional library on the computer; statistics and measurement; critiquing a research article; evidence-based practice; translational research).

4/2011 - 5/2011 Research Seminar
4/2009 - 5/2009 Research Seminar
Research methods for psychiatry residents (e.g., research design, searching computer databases, ethics/IRB, statistics, reading the professional literature/formulating research questions).
4/2008 - 5/2008 Research Seminar
Research methods for psychiatry residents (e.g., research design, searching computer databases, ethics/IRB, statistics, and professional preparation/collaboration).
4/2007 - 5/2007 Research Seminar
Research methods for psychiatry residents (e.g., research design, searching computer databases, ethics/IRB, scientific writing [research and grants], and reading the professional literature).
4/2006 - 5/2006 Research Seminar
Research methods for psychiatry residents (e.g., research design, searching computer databases, ethics/IRB [including certification], brain imaging, and reading the professional literature).
4/2005 - 5/2005 Research Seminar
Research methods for psychiatry residents (e.g., research design, searching computer databases, ethics/IRB, scientific writing [research and grants], and reading the professional literature).
Interactive Teaching
 
7/2005 - 6/2010 Transition to Practice--Academic/Research Settings for Fourth-Year Psychiatry Residents and Junior Psychiatry Faculty
Resource manual and seminar series (in development with S. Yellon, Department of Perinatal Biology), funded by Forest Laboratories.
9/2002 - 1/2014

Statistics and Research Methods


Ph.D. Nursing students. Number =5; time = 8 hours per week.
10/1985 - 6/2012 Research Supervision/Mentoring
Medical and psychology students; psychiatry and dentistry residents; medical school and graduate faculty. Number = ~ 15; time = 4 hours per week.