Mental Health

  • Nelson, E., Banitt Duncan, A., & Lillis, T. (2013). Special considerations for conducting psychotherapy over videoteleconferencing. In C. Turvey & K. Meyers (Eds.), Telemental Health: clinical, technical, and administrative foundations for evidence-based practice. (pp. 295-314). Waltham, MA: Elsevier Publishing.
  • Velasquez, S., Banitt Duncan, A., & Nelson, E. (2012). Technological innovations in mental health service delivery for rural areas. In K.B Smalley, J. Warren, & J. Rainer (Eds.), Rural mental health: Issues, policies, and best practices (pp. 149-172). New York: New York: Springer Publishing.
  • Nelson, E. L., Duncan, A. B., Peacock, G., & Bui, T. (2012). Telemedicine and adherence to national guidelines for ADHD evaluation: A case study. Psychological Services, 9(3), 293-7.Banitt Duncan, A., Mulhern, M., Pendleton, C., Nelson, E. L., Groneman, B., & Bush, C. (April 2012). Satisfaction with televideo support groups among rural cancer patients. Poster at Society of Behavioral Medicine. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 43 (Suppl 1).
  • Velasquez, S., Banitt Duncan, A., & Nelson, E. (2012). Technological innovations in rural mental health service delivery. In B. Smalley, J. Warren, & J. Rainer (Eds.), Rural Mental Health. New York: Springer. 
  • Nelson, E., & Bui, T. (2010). Rural telepsychology services for children and adolescents. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session. 66(5):490-501.
  • Nelson, E. Telepsychology update. Invited speaker for Telemedicine Learning Through an Interactive Network in California (T-LINC) national webinar, April 2010.
  • Nelson, E. Telemental health overview. Invited speaker for Pacific Islands Chapter ATA, regional webinar, July 2010.
  • Nelson, E. (Workshop Leader). Telemedicine basics for mental health applications, Presentation at American Psychological Association, San Diego, August 2010.
  • Nelson, E., & Ellington, E. Depression Update. Presentation at the Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved (KAMU) conference, September 2010.
  • Nelson, E. Academic perspective on telemental health. Presentation at American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New York, November 2010.
  • Nelson, E. (Panel Leader). Telemedicine applications in pediatric psychology. Pediatric Psychology Conference, Kansas City (Kan), April 2009.
  • Nelson, E. Telemedicine and mental health for legislators. Midwest Women in Government Conference, Chicago, June 2009.
  • Nelson, E. Telemedicine and psychology careers. American Psychological Association, Invited presentation by Rural Health committee, August 2009.
  • Bui, T. & Nelson, E. TeleHelp: A School-Based Technology Approach to Youth Depression. Kansas Conference in Clinical Child Psychology, Lawrence (Kan), October 2008.
  • Nelson, E. Telemental health. Greater Kansas City Psychological Association, Lenexa (Kan), April 2008.
  • Nelson, E. Telemental health ethics. Invited speaker at ATA Telemental Health Preconference, Seattle, April 2008.
  • Nelson, E.-L., Ellerbeck, K., & Davis, K. C. (2008). Team-Based Approaches in Pediatric Telemental Health, Telemedicine and e-Health, 14(Suppl 1), 91.
  • Sylvia, E., Koesten, J., Kelly, P., & Nelson, E. (2008). Exploring Depression in Frontier Communities. Journal of a Rural Community Psychology, 11(1). Access online, http://www.marshall.edu/jrcp/V11%20N1/eldonna.pdf
  • Nelson, E. TeleHelp: A School-Based Technology Approach to Youth Depression. National Rural Health Association conference, Anchorage (Alaska), May 2007.
  • Nelson, E. Adherence to ADHD guidelines in a school-based telemedicine clinic. NIMH Mental Health Services Health Association conference, Washington, July 2007.
  • Nelson, E. (2007). School-based Telemental Health Services: Reaching Underserved Populations. Focal Point: Research, Policy, & Practice in Children's Mental Health. Research & Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health. 21(2):22-24.
  • Nelson, E., Davis, K., & Sharp, S. TeleHelp: An Interdisciplinary School-Based Telemedicine Clinic For Youth Depression. National Association of Rural Mental Health conference, Kansas City (Kan), August 2007.
  • Nelson, E. Child telemental health services and access to care. Invited speaker for Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) conference, Washington, October 2007.
  • Nelson, E. Child telemental health services and access to care. Invited speaker for MATTeR monthly webinar, October 2007.
  • Nelson, E. Child telemental health services and access to care. Invited speaker for University of Missouri Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Columbia (Mo.), November 2007.
  • Nelson, E.-L., Davis, K.C., Sharp, S., & Borror, H. (2007). An Integrated Telehealth Intervention for Youth Depression,Telemedicine and e-Health, 13(2), 193.
  • Nelson, E. School-Based Telehealth and Child Mental Health: Treating Children and Training Healthcare Professionals. National Conference on Quality Health Care for Culturally Diverse Populations, Seattle, October 2006.
  • Nelson, E., Barnard, M., & Cain, S. (2006). Feasibility of teletherapy for childhood depression. Counseling and Psychotherapy Research, Special Technology Edition, 6(3), 191-195.
  • Nelson, E., & Belz, N. School-Based Telehealth and Child Mental Health: Treating Children and Training Healthcare Professionals. Governor's Public Health Conference, Wichita (Kan), April 2006.
  • Nelson, E., Cain, S., Khanna, P., & Spaulding, R. (2006). Evaluation from a diagnostic efficacy trial of child telepsychiatry. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 12, 198. Presented at ATA Convention, San Diego, May 2006.
  • Nelson, E. Clinical examples of telemental health services with children. Invited speaker for pre-conference. American Telemedicine Association Conference, Denver, April 2005.
  • Liskow, B., Nelson, E., Cain, S., Khanna, P. & Baum, P. (2004). An evaluation of telepsychiatry from a training perspective. Abstract.Telemedicine and e-Health, (10 Suppl 1), S-46. Presented at ATA Convention, Tampa (Fla), May 2004.
  • Nelson, E. Practical applications of mental health services for children over telemedicine. Celeste Foundation symposium on technology in foster care, Mt. Dora (Fla), March 2004.
  • Nelson, E. (2004). Efficacy research in patient care delivery: A case study concerning treating childhood depression over interactive televideo. In P. Whitten & D. Cook (Eds.), Case Studies in Telemedicine (pp. 129-137), San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Nelson, E., Zaylor, C., & Cook, D. (2004). A comparison of psychiatrist evaluation and patient symptom report in a jail telepsychiatry clinic. Telemedicine Journal & e-Health, 10(Suppl 2), S2:54-S2:59.
  • Nelson, E. (2003). Ethical concerns and childhood depression. Bioethics Forum, 18(3-4), 55-62.
  • Nelson, E., Barnard, M., & Cain, S. (2003). Treating childhood depression over videoconferencing. Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, 9(1), 49-56.
  • Cain, S., Nelson, E., McCandless-Glimcher, L., Shaffie, S., & Spaulding, A. Telepsychiatry services in an urban school district for 2000 - 2001. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Conference, Honolulu, November 2001.
  • Zaylor, C., Nelson, E., & Cook, D. Telepsychiatry in a rural jail population. TeleMed 2001, Royal Medical Society, London, January 2001.
  • Zaylor, C., Nelson, E., & Cook, D. (2001). Clinical outcomes in a prison telepsychiatry clinic. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 7(Suppl 1), S1:47-S1:49.



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