UHS clinical leaders actively participate in a variety of academic endeavors by contributing, authoring and co-authoring groundbreaking research in both peer-reviewed scientific journals and industry/trade publications. This work is focused on fostering improvements in care and patient experience. The following content represents some of the many important contributions to clinical research and innovation from UHS team members.

2019 Psychiatric Times

Recognizing and Treating Trauma in the Inpatient Psychiatric Setting →

2019 The Journal of Healthcare Compliance as posted to the Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention website

Compliance Standards Pave the Way for Reducing Suicide in Health Care Systems →

2019 Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment

A comparison of 2013 and 2017 baseline characteristics among treatment-seeking patients who used opioids with co-occurring disorders →

2018 Journal of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

Patient Experience of Electroconvulsive Therapy: A Retrospective Review of Clinical Outcomes and Satisfaction →

2017 MDPI Healthcare

Decrease in Healthcare Utilization and Costs for Opioid Users Following Residential Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders →

2017 Child Psychiatry and Adolescent — International Journal

Reliability and Validity of the Child and Adolescent Behavioral Assessment (CABA): A Brief Structured Scale →

2017 The Journal of Treatment and Prevention

Can patients with eating disorders learn to eat intuitively? A 2-year pilot study →

2014 The Journal of Treatment & Prevention

Using Experiential Group Therapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders →

2013 Journal of Psychotherapy Research

Effects of providing patient progress feedback and clinical support tools to psychotherapists in an inpatient eating disorders treatment program: a randomized controlled study. →

2009 The Journal of Clinical Psychology

A Theistic Inpatient Treatment Approach for Eating-Disorder Patients: A Case Report →

2009 The Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

Implicit Family Process Rules in Eating-Disordered and Non-Eating Disordered Families →

BYU Idaho Counseling Center

Eating Disorder Recovery: A Spiritual Perspective →

BYU Idaho Counseling Center

A theistic spiritual treatment for women with eating disorders →