Conversations with an Expert, Ep 3: Dr. Gerald Scott Winder

Attention everyone — this series has officially changed its name to “Conversations with an Expert.”

I realized after two incredible opportunities with Drs. VanWagner and Mellinger that I was not doing them justice by trying to limit to 7 minutes. Alas, I am liberalizing us from the constrains of a time limit. Don’t worry, we’re still going to try to stick to 30 minutes or less but now we can feel free to delve more deeply into the issues at hand!

Today’s episode is titled: The Psychiatrist’s Perspective on Alcohol-Related Liver Disease. Continuing my investigation of alcohol use disorder within the field of hepatology, I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Gerald Scott Winder, clinical psychiatrist at the University of Michigan. I hope you enjoy learning from him as much as I did!

And, as always, please share the video, comment/rate on YouTube, and send us any feedback you may have!

 

Links to select publications

Confronting the Crisis of Comorbid Alcohol Use Disorder and Alcohol-Related Liver Disease With a Novel Multidisciplinary Clinic

Misconceptions, preferences and barriers to alcohol use disorder treatment in alcohol-related cirrhosis

Alcohol and other substance use after liver transplant

Book links

Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change by Miller and Rollnick

The Gulag Archipelago Volume 1 by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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