Joseph Cerimele, MD

Personal Statement

My current clinical work includes consulting to a primary care clinic utilizing a collaborative care model, and attending on the inpatient psychiatry unit and the inpatient psychiatry consultation service at UWMC.  My primary interests include improving recognition and quality of care of patients with psychiatric illnesses seen in primary care clinics. My current research in primary care focuses on the care of individuals with bipolar disorder.  I am also interested in promoting smoking cessation through tobacco use treatment in individuals with psychiatric illnesses.

Education

Primary care psychiatry research fellowship, University of Washington, 2012-2014
MPH, University of Washington, 2012-2014
Chief resident, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 2011-2012
Adult psychiatry residency, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 2008-2012
MD, University of Cincinnati, 2004-2008

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

The Patient Mania Questionnaire (PMQ-9): a Brief Scale for Assessing and Monitoring Manic Symptoms.
(2021 Jun 18)
J Gen Intern Med
Cerimele JM, Russo J, Bauer AM, Hawrilenko M, Pyne JM, Dalack GW, Kroenke K, Unützer J, Fortney JC

Collaborative Care, Outpatient Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, and JACLP.
(2021 May-Jun)
J Acad Consult Liaison Psychiatry 62(3): 267-269
Cerimele JM

Development of research methods curriculum for an integrated care fellowship.
(2021 Jul-Aug)
Gen Hosp Psychiatry 71(): 55-61
Bauer AM, Cerimele JM, Ratzliff A

Indirect psychiatric consultation for perinatal bipolar disorder: A scoping review.
(2021 Jan-Feb)
Gen Hosp Psychiatry 68(): 19-24
Wendt AC, Stamper G, Howland M, Cerimele JM, Bhat A

Psychiatrist and Psychologist Experiences with Telehealth and Remote Collaborative Care in Primary Care: A Qualitative Study.
(2020 Oct 6)
J Rural Health
Howland M, Tennant M, Bowen DJ, Bauer AM, Fortney JC, Pyne JM, Shore J, Cerimele JM

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