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Department of Psychiatric Medicine
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James G. Peden, Jr., M.D.James G. Peden, Jr., M.D.
Office of Student Admissions
2N-49 Brody Building
Greenville, NC  27834
Phone: 252-744-2272
E-mail
pedenja@ecu.edu

Faculty Rank: Professor 

Administrative Role: Associate Dean of Admissions

Education:

1975 BA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1979 MD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Recent Publications:

Peden J.Psychiatric Aspects of Anesthesia. In: Psychiatric Care of the Medical Patient: Second Edition. New York: Oxford University Press;2000:989-997.

Peden J.Educational Initiatives in Medicine/Psychiatry. AMP Newsletter 2000;9(1):1,4.

Peden J,Dolinar L, and Finestone D. Medicine/Psychiatry Clinics: Outpatient Care of Patients with Combined Medical and Psychiatric Problems. Med+Psychiatr; 1998:86-91.

Peden J, et al. Internal Medicine Experience: Discussion. In Mancall E and Bashook P, eds, Combined Residency Training Programs, Evanston, IL: American Board of Medical Specialties;1998:20-21.

Peden J.Review of PRIMARY CARE PSYCHIATRY. J Gen Intern Med 1998;6:430.

PedenJ.Medical School's Role in Roundtable Discussion. NCMJ 1997; 58(3): 166.

Peden J,Kathol R. Mood Disorders and General Medical Illness. In: Synopsis of the Treatments of Psychiatric Disorders: Second Edition. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press;1996:565-573.

Peden J, Lichstein P. Management Strategies for Depression in Primary Care. Am J Med 1996;101(suppl 6A):18S-25S.