Paul Nestadt, MD

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Dr. Paul Nestadt is an assistant professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where he is co-director of the outpatient Anxiety Disorders Clinic and attending psychiatrist in the esketamine clinic and the inpatient dual diagnosis unit. Dr. Nestadt’s research focuses on practical risk factors for suicide, such as firearm access and opioid use. He co-directs the doctoral level “Suicide as a Public Health Problem” course in the school of public health, and guest lectures broadly on suicidality, anxiety disorders, and psychiatric evaluation. He mentors and provides clinical supervision for medical students, residents, and doctoral students studying the epidemiol­ogy of mental illness.

Dr. Nestadt is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and is on the Executive board of the Maryland Psychiatric Society. Dr. Nestadt has written several chapters for leading psychiatric and medical textbooks, over 50 peer-reviewed papers, and is the managing editor of the Johns Hopkins Psychiatry guide. He has spoken nationally and internation­ally on the topics of suicide risk and the role of firearms, opiates, and the limitations of screening.

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Suicide, Access to Guns, & Extreme Risk Protection Orders: What Providers and Families Need to Know. June 24, 12-1pm. 1 CE credit.
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