Tickets Available – A Dialogue with Sue Klebold, the Mother of Columbine Shooter Dylan Klebold


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Sue Klebold is the mother of Dylan Klebold, one of the two gunmen responsible for the Columbine High School shootings of April 20, 1999 in Littleton, Colorado. Dylan and his friend killed twelve students and a teacher, and wounded more than twenty others before taking their own lives.

In the aftermath of the tragedy, Ms. Klebold remained out of the public eye while struggling with devastating grief and humiliation.  Her search for understanding would span over fifteen years during which she volunteered for suicide prevention organizations, questioned experts, talked with fellow survivors of loss, and examined the crucial intersection between mental health problems and violence.  As a result of her exploration, Sue emerged a passionate advocate, dedicated to the advancement of mental health awareness and intervention.

Sue is a member of the National Loss and Healing Council of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), and is a member of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Consumer-Survivor Subcommittee.  She has participated in presentations, co-chaired conferences at the state and national levels, and written about the experience of surviving a loved one’s murder-suicide.  Sue has a Master of Arts degree in Education from Cardinal Stritch College.




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IPS: The Mental Health Services Conference New Orleans, La. | October 19 – 22, 2017

Enhancing Access & Effective Care

Highlighting innovations in clinical services. Explore 80+ sessions, unique learning formats, and several in-depth courses. Other topics include:

Addiction Psychiatry and the Opioid Crisis
Medical Director and Administrator Skill Development
Integrated and Collaborative Care
Adult and Child Psychopharmacology
Fundamentals of Using Telepsychiatry in Your Practice
2017 Psychiatry Review and Clinical Synthesis Course


Congratulations to 2017 50 Year and/or Life Members

At this year’s Annual Meeting in Toronto, Canada the 2015 50 Years and Life Members will be honored where they’ll be publicly recognized amongst their peers and have their names listed in the Convocation program booklet. In the coming months, they’ll also receive a certificate The Kentucky Psychiatric Medical Association would like to congratulate: Robert John Bunge M.D. Colleen Ryan M.D. Prathyusha Reddy MD Camelia S Mazloomdoost M.D. Arthur D Meyer MD William Paschal Owen MD PSC B. Kishore Gupta MD Paul Ray Kensicki M.D. Allan Mark Josephson M.D. Ila Rohit Patel M.D.

Significant Dates for Physician Payment Sunshine Act

TODAY until September 10, 2014: Physicians must initiate disputes to have potential erroneous data flagged in the initial public release. In order to initiate disputes, physicians must complete the CMS e-verification process and Open Payments Registration process. To complete the process begin here.

September 30, 2014:
CMS publishes majority of data including physician-specific information.

December 31, 2014: Final day for physicians to initiate disputes of erroneous data from calendar year 2013 reported for transfers made and ownerships held. If a physician waits until after data has been made public to initiate a dispute, the data will not be flagged as disputed in the public database until CMS updates the information.