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Roopa Sethi, MD

Roopa Sethi portrait
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
rsethi@kumc.edu

Professional Background

Fellowship Training Director for Addiction psychiatry fellowship program at KU Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship, July 1- present.

Assistant Professor- Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas- July 2019- present

Clinical Assistant Professor- Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas - Mar 2017- current.

Addiction Psychiatrist- Telemedicine Aug 2016- Feb 2017- Southwest Network, Phoenix, AZ.

Director of Addiction Medicine - Aug 27, 2013 – July 2016- SouthWest Network, Phoenix, AZ.

Addiction Psychiatrist- Aug 2013 – April 2014. SouthWest Network, Phoenix, AZ.

Education and Training
  • MBBS, MBBS, Kasturba Med. Col., Karnataka, India
  • Residency, Psychiatry
  • Clinical Fellowship, Addiction Medicine , Yale School Of Medicine , New Haven , CT
  • Residency, Psychiatry , Carilion Clinic- Virginia Tech Carilion School Of Medicine , Roanoke , Virginia
Professional Affiliations
  • American Academy Of Addiction Psychiatry , Director of Education committee for small / rural programs , Director, 2021 - Present
  • KUMC, ED to ambulatory- MAT group, Member, 2021 - Present
  • Opioid Stewardship subcommittee- KUMC, Member, 2021 - Present
  • KUMC, Clinical Competency Committee- Addiction Psychiatry, Director, 2020 - Present
  • KUMC, PEC- Addiction Psychiatry, Director, 2020 - Present
  • KUMC- Addiction Leadership meeting , Member, 2020 - Present
  • KUMC, Program Evaluation committee- psychiatry, Member, 2019 - Present

Publications
  • Sethi, R, Thapa, N, Saxena, A, Chahil, R. 2013. "K2/Spice": have you updated your differentials? A case report.. The primary care companion for CNS disorders, 15 (2)
  • Sethi, R, Vasudeva, S, Saxena, A, Kablinger, A., S. 2013. "We cut and drink blood when we have sex. Do we have a problem?" a case report of atypical antipsychotic-treated paraphilia.. The primary care companion for CNS disorders, 15 (3)
  • Sethi, R, Vasudeva, S. 2013. Are "bath salts" on your differential list? A case report of delirium and agitation after use of illicit bath salts.. The primary care companion for CNS disorders, 15 (2)
  • Anunobi, E, Detweiler, M., B, Sethi, R, Thomas, R, Lutgens, B, Detweiler, J., G. 2015. Comparison of advance medical directive inquiry and documentation for hospital inpatients in three medical services: implications for policy changes.. Journal of aging & social policy, 27 (2), 156-72
  • Smith, Clarissa, Velazquez, Salma, Hoang, Nguyen, Sharif, Mohamed, Sethi, Roopa. Dangerous use of loperamide to counteract withdrawal symptoms from prescription opiates. American Journal of Hospital Medicine, 3 (1). http://dx.doi.org/10.24150/ajhm/2019.001
  • Sethi, R, Vasudeva, S. 2012. Doxazosin for the treatment of nightmares: does it really work? A case report.. The primary care companion for CNS disorders, 14 (5)
  • Rodgers, C., D, Gul, M., I, Sethi, R. 2020. Enhanced Metabolism of Buprenorphine in a Man Prescribed Prednisone for Crohn's Disease.. The primary care companion for CNS disorders, 22 (2)
  • Embers, David, Ravishankar, Dheepthi, Sethi, Roopa. Gabapentin and Buprenorphine Nasal Insufflation in a Patient on Buprenorphine for Opioid Use Disorder. American Journal of Hospital Medicine, 3 (2). http://dx.doi.org/10.24150/ajhm/2019.005
  • Sethi, R, Kavuru, B. 2012. Hypothermia secondary to ziprasidone use in a man with schizophrenia.. The primary care companion for CNS disorders, 14 (4)
  • Sethi, Roopa, DiPrinzo, Dominic, McAllister, Ryan. I Use “Wax” Because It Makes Me Calmer, But Now I Am Seeing 3D Images. The Primary Care Companion For CNS Disorders, 20 (3). http://dx.doi.org/10.4088/pcc.15l01868