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Thomas E. Lawlor, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Academic Office Location:
Psychiatry
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-6410
Phone: 800-535-6232
860-679-7692
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Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
M.D.University of Massachusetts Medical SchoolMedicine

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
InternshipCarney Hospital
ResidencyUniversity of Massachusetts Medical CenterPsychiatry
ResidencyWorcester State HospitalPublic Sector Psychiatry, Chief Resident

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Golden Apple Excellence in Teaching AwardPsychiatry Residency Training Program, UConn Health Center
Outstanding Psychiatrist Award for Public Sector ServiceMassachusetts Psychiatric Society
Commissioner’s Award for Support and AdvocacyMassachusetts Department of Mental Health
Nominee, Pride in PerformanceMassachusetts Department of Mental Health
Nancy C.A. Roeske, M.D., Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Medical Student EducationAmerican Psychiatric Association
Professional Staff Organization Award for Professional ExcellenceDepartment of Psychiatry, Western State Hospital

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Anxiety
    Lawlor, T. & Lazare, A. Outpatient Psychiatry

Other

Reviews

  • Rethinking Risk Assessment: The MacArthur Study of Mental Disorder and Violence
    Monahan, J., Steadman, H.J., Appelbaum, P.S., et al Psychiatric Services 531484-1485
Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Assessing SuicidalityTalkPsychiatry Grand Rounds, UCHC2009Farmington, Connecticut
Involuntary Outpatient Treatment: Where’s the Beef?TalkPsychiatry Grand Rounds, UCHC2004Farmington, Connecticut
SMHA Network Risk Management PlanTalkMassachusetts Area Medical Directors2003Massachusetts
Car 54, Where are you?TalkPsychiatry Grand Rounds, UCHC2003Farmington, Connecticut
IOT for Some, but not Pour TOITalkPsychiatry Grand Rounds, UMMC2003
Public Sector Risk Management: Chimera, Shibboleth, or Zeitgeist?TalkPsychiatry Grand Rounds, UMMC2002
Continuity of Care from the Hospital to the CommunityTalkNASMHPD2001
The Identification and Prevention of Mental Illness and Substance Abuse in Young AdultsLectureNAMI-CT 2000
Responsible Treatment: The Development of Meaningful, Practical and Relevant Practice Guidelines for Professionals Working with Individuals with Mood DisordersTalkNAMI/UCHC Annual Conference1999
Privatizing Acute Forensic Inpatient EvaluationsTalkAPA Institute on Psychiatric Services1997
Privatizing Public Psychiatric ServicesTalkAPA Institute on Psychiatric Services1996
Public Managed Care: A Blending of Comprehensive Mental Health Services and Fiscal Responsibility TalkAPA Institute on Psychiatric Services1995
Inpatient Utilization in Western MassachusettsTalkSpringfield Municipal Hospital1994
Public Managed Care: The First Year’s Experience in MassachusettsTalkInstitute on Hospital and Community Psychiatry1994
AntipsychoticsTalkCenter for Mental Health Resources1993
Atypical Neuroleptics in Community Mental HealthTalkWestern Massachusetts Symposium1992
Behavioral Approaches to Violent PatientsTalkPublic Sector Psychiatry Conference1990
Behavioral Approaches to Violent PatientsTalkPublic Sector Psychiatry Conference, UMMC1990
Behavioral Approaches to Violent PatientsTalkWSH1989
Low Dose, High Potency Neuroleptic StrategiesTalkWSH1988
History of the Borderline DiagnosisTalkCommunity Services West1987
Antipsychotics for Borderlines?TalkWSH1987
AntipsychoticsTalkEOHS West1987