Thomas E. Smith, MD

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Overview

Dr. Smith is Chief Medical Officer, New York State Office of Mental Health (NYS OMH) and Special Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University. He oversees clinical and quality aspects of the New York State public mental health system with a focus on improving access to prevention, recovery, and rehabilitation services for persons with serious mental illness (SMI). He is the recipient of numerous NIMH and foundation grants for studies of engagement strategies for persons with SMI, services for persons with first episode psychosis, and care management approaches for high-need persons with SMI.

 

Dr. Smith earned his M.D. at Wayne State University School of Medicine and completed his psychiatry residency at the University of Chicago before coming to New York where he has had extensive experience as a clinician, hospital administrator, and researcher, initially at Weill Cornell from 1989 - 2001. He moved to Columbia in 2001 and in 2008, joined the behavioral health services research division at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. Dr. Smith participated in the design and implementation of New York State’s behavioral health Medicaid Managed Care redesign and has played a lead role in OMH programs that support population health monitoring for engagement in care and adverse events. He also oversees NYS OMH mental health parity enforcement efforts as well as initiatives to develop system level quality and performance measures.

Academic Appointments

  • Special Lecturer in Psychiatry

Administrative Titles

  • Medical Director, Division of Managed Care, NYS Office of Mental Health
  • Chief Medical Officer, NYS Office of Mental Health

Gender

  • Male

Credentials & Experience

Education & Training

  • Wayne State University School of Medicine
  • Residency: University of Chicago Hospitals

Research

Dr. Smith's research interests focus on public mental health policy initiatives supporting engagement in care for high-need individuals with serious mental illness, as well as novel pharmacologic and psychosocial treatment approaches for individuals with psychotic and personality disorders.

 

Research Interests

  • Enhancing engagement in care for high-need individuals with serious mental illness
  • Improving care transitions from hospital to community-based services
  • Medicaid Behavioral Health State Policy Development and Implementation

Selected Publications


1. Rotter M, Compton M, Samaranayake D, Entholt A, Baldwin E, Schaeffer L, Feeney S, Smith TE: The social determinants of mental health: a descriptive study of state mental health agencies’ priorities. Community Mental Health Journal 2021, in press

2. Smith TE, Pangilinan M, Rodgers I, Li X, Claverie G, Katagiri J. Mental health service utilization review patterns in a Medicaid Managed Care Program. American Journal of Managed Care 2021, in press

3. Smith TE, Rodgers IT, Silverman DJ, Dreslin SR, Olfson M, Dixon LB, Wall MM: COVID-19 case rates after surveillance and vaccinations in a statewide psychiatric hospital system. American Journal of Public Health.  Published online ahead of print September 16, 2021:e1–e4; doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2021.306444)

4. Amsalem D, Lazarov A, Markowitz J, Naiman A, Smith TE, Dixon L, Neria Y. Psychiatric symptoms and moral injury among US healthcare workers in the COVID-19 era. BMC Psychiatry 2021; 21:546; doi: 10.1186/s12888-021-03565-9

5. Smith TE, Haselden M, Corbeil T, Wall MM, Tang F, Essock SM, Frimpong E, Goldman ML, Mascayano F, Radigan M, Schneider M, Wang R, Rodgers I, Dixon LB, Olfson M: The effectiveness of discharge planning for psychiatric inpatients with varying levels of pre-admission engagement in care. Psychiatric Services 2021, published online June 23, 2021; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.202000863

6. Rodgers IT, Samaranayake D, Anderson A, Capobianco L, Cohen DE, Ehntholt A, Feeney S, Leckman-Westin E, Marinovic S, Smith TE, Dixon LB, Lekas H, Lewis-Fernández R, Saake A: The impacts of COVID-19 on a statewide population living with mental illness. Psychiatric Services 2021, published ahead of print Sep 30, 2021; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.202100328

7. Smith TE, Haselden M, Corbeil T, Wall MM, Tang F, Essock SM, Frimpong E, Goldman ML, Mascayano F, Radigan M, Schneider M, Wang R, Dixon LB, Olfson M: Factors associated with discharge planning practices for patients receiving psychiatric inpatient care. Psychiatric Services 2021; 72:498-506; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.202000021

8. Amsalem D, Lazarov A, Markowitz J, Smith TE, Dixon L, Neria Y: Increasing treatment-seeking intentions in healthcare workers: A randomized controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry; published online May 11, 2021; doi: 10.1192/bjp.2021.54

9. Smith TE, Marino LA, Olfson M: An unmet opportunity: intensive care transition interventions for individuals with “Serious Medical-Psychiatric Illnesses” (SMPI). Psychiatric Services, published online April 23, 2021; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.202000286

10. Dar S, Leibenthal E, Pan H, Smith T, Savitz A, Landa Y, Silbersweig D, Stern E: Abnormal semantic processing of threat words associated with excitement and hostility symptoms in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 2021; 228:394-402; doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2020.12.022

11. Smith TE, Sullivan AM, Druss BG: Re-designing public mental health systems post-COVID-19. Psychiatric Services; published online December 18, 2020; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.202000400

12. Bao Y, Li Y, Jeng PJ, Scodes J, Papp MA, Humensky JL, Wall M, Lee R, Ancker JS, Pincus HA, Smith TE, Dixon LB. Design of a payment decision-support tool for coordinated specialty care for early psychosis. Psychiatric Services; published online December 3, 2020; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.202000129; PMID: 33267653.

13. Smith TE, Haselden M, Corbeil T, Wall MM, Tang F, Essock SM, Frimpong E, Goldman ML, Mascayano F, Radigan M, Schneider M, Wang R, Dixon LB, Olfson M. Effect of scheduling a post-discharge outpatient mental health appointment on the likelihood of successful transition from hospital to community-based care. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 2020; 81(5):20m13344; doi: 10.4088/JCP.20m13344

14. Zern A, Seserman M, Dacus H, Wallace B, Friedlander, Manseau MW, Smalling MM, Smith TE, Williams JM, Compton MT: Screening and Treatment of Tobacco Use Disorder in Mental Health Clinics in New York State: Current Status and Potential Next Steps. Community Mental Health Journal 2020, Epub ahead of print Oct 20, 2020; doi: 10.1007/s10597-020-00726-0

15. Smith TE, Dixon LB: Early Intervention in Psychosis: From Science to Services, in The Palgrave Handbook of Mental Health Policy. Edited by HH Goldman, RG Frank, JP Morrissey. Cham, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020; pp 297-330; doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-11908-9

16. Mascayano F, van der Ven E, Martinez-Ales G, Basaraba C, Jones N, Lee R, Bello I, Nossel I, Smith S, Smith TE, Wall M, Susser E, Dixon LB: Predictors of early discharge from early intervention services for psychosis in New York State. Psychiatric Services 2020, Epub ahead of print Sep 16, 2020; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.202000025

17. Goldman M, Mangurian C, Corbeil T, Wall MM, Tang F, Haselden M, Essock SM, Frimpong E, Mascayano F, Radigan M, Schneider M, Wang R, Dixon LB, Olfson M, Smith TE: Medical comorbid diagnoses among adult psychiatric inpatients. General Hospital Psychiatry 2020; 66:16–23; doi: 10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2020.06.010

18. Smith TE: The role of hospital inpatient mental health care in modern health care systems. Psychiatric Services 2020; 71(9):967-968; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.202000091

19. Mascayano F, van der Ven E, Martinez-Ales G, Restrepo Henao A, Zambrano J, Jones N, Cabassa LJ, Smith TE, Yang LH, Susser E, Dixon LB. Disengagement from early intervention services for psychosis: a systematic review. Psychiatric Services 2020; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201900375

20. Smith T, Radigan M, Mascayano F: Does scheduling a post-discharge outpatient mental health appointment increase the likelihood of successful transition from hospital to community-based care?  Schizophrenia Bulletin 2020; 46(Supplement 1): S323–S324; doi: 10.1093/schbul/sbaa029.800

21. Humensky JL, Bello I, Malinovsky I, Nossel I, Patel S, Jones G, Cabassa LJ, Radigan M, Sobeih T, Tobey C, Basaraba C, Scodes J, Smith TE, Wall M, Labouliere C, Stanley B, Dixon LB. OnTrackNY's Learning Healthcare System. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science 2020; 4:301–306; doi: 10.1017/cts.2020.35

22. Smith TE, Haselden M, Corbeil T, Tang F, Radigan M, Essock SM, Wall MM, Dixon LB, Wang R, Frimpong E, Lamberti S, Schneider M, Olfson M: Relationship between continuity of care and discharge planning after hospital psychiatric admission. Psychiatric Services 2020;71(1):75-78; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201900233

23. Haselden M, Corbeil T, Tang F, Olfson M, Dixon LB, Essock SM, Wall MM, Radigan M, Frimpong E, Wang R, Lamberti S, Schneider M, Smith TE: Family involvement in psychiatric hospitalizations: associations with discharge planning and prompt follow-up care. Psychiatric Services 2019; 70(10):860–866; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201900028

24. Smith TE, Kurk M, Sawhney R, Bao Y, Cohen DE, Nossel I, Dixon, LB: Estimated staff time effort, costs, and Medicaid revenues for coordinated specialty care clinics serving clients with first-episode psychosis. Psychiatric Services 2019; 70(5):425-427; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201900039

25. Smith TE, Abraham M, Berezin J, Cohen D, Dixon LB, Fish DG, Lincourt P, Myers RW, Pincus HA, Radigan M: A multi-stakeholder partnership to develop behavioral health quality and performance measures. Psychiatric Services 2019; 70: 247–249; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201800256

26. Mascayano F, Nossel I, Bello I, Smith TE, Ngo H, Piscitelli S, Malinovsky I, Susser E, Dixon LB: Understanding the Implementation of Coordinated Specialty Care for Early Psychosis in New York State: A Guide Using the RE-AIM Framework. Early Intervention in Psychiatry 2019;1–5; doi: 10.1111/eip.12782

27. National Quality Partners™ Serious Mental Illness Action Team (Smith TE, member): National Quality Partners Playbook™: Improving Access to High Quality Care for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness. National Quality Forum, report released May 6, 2019, available at: https://protect2.fireeye.com/url?k=ff682c36-a34cda57-ff6ad503-0cc47a6d17...

28. National Council Medical Director Institute (Smith TE, member): Medication Matters: Causes and Solutions to Medication Non-Adherence. National Council for Behavioral Health, report released September 21, 2018

29. Nossel I, Wall MM, Scodes, J, Marino, L, Zilkha S, Bello I, Malinovsky I, Lee R, Radigan M, Smith TE, Sederer LI, Gu G, Dixon, LB. Results of a coordinated specialty care program for early psychosis and predictors of outcome. Psychiatric Services 2018; 69:863–870; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201700436 

30. Castillo EG, Pincus HA, Smith TE, Miller G, Fish D: New York State Medicaid reforms: Opportunities and challenges to improving the health of those with serious mental illness. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2017; 28:839-852; doi: 10.1353/hpu.2017.0081

31. Smith TE, Abraham A, Bolotnikova N, Donahue SA, Essock SM, Olfson M, Shao W, Wall MM, Radigan M: Psychiatric inpatient discharge planning practices and attendance at aftercare appointments. Psychiatric Services 2017; 68(1):92-95. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201500552

32. Humensky JL, Scodes J, Wall M, Malinovsky I, Marino L, Smith T, Sederer L, Nossel I, Bello I, Dixon LB: Social Security Administration disability enrollment in a community-based coordinated specialty care program. American Journal of Psychiatry 2017; 174:1224–1225

33. Smith TE, Abraham A, Bivona M, Brakman MJ, Brown IS, Enders G, Goodman S, McNabb L, Swinford JW: "Just be a light." Experiences of peers working on acute inpatient psychiatric units. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 2017; 40(4):387-394; doi: 10.1037/prj0000224

34. Bello I, Lee R, Malinovsky I, Watkins L, Nossel I, Smith TE, Ngo H, Birnbaum M, Marino L, Sederer LI, Radigan M, Gu G, Dixon L: OnTrackNY: The development of a Coordinated Specialty Care program for individuals experiencing early psychosis. Psychiatric Services 2017; 68(4):318-320; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201600512

35. Smith TE: Public Psychiatry: Coming Out of the Shadows. Review of Yale Textbook of Public Psychiatry (Edited by S Jacobs, J Steiner, 2016). American Journal of Psychiatry 2017; 174:906-907.

36. Kreyenbuhl J, Medoff DR, McEvoy JP, Smith TE, Hackman A, Nossel I, Dixon LB, Essock SM, Buchanan R: The RAISE Connection Program: Psychopharmacological treatment of people with a first episode of schizophrenia. Psychiatric Services 2016; 67(12):1300-1306; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201500438

37. Smith T, Myers R, Sederer L, Berezin J: How Value-Based Payment Arrangements Should Measure Behavioral Health. Health Affairs Blog, posted November 29,2016 at: http://healthaffairs.org/blog/2016/11/29/how-value-based-payment-arrange...

38. Easter A, Pollock M, Pope LG, Wisdom JP, Smith TE: Perspectives of treatment providers and clients with serious mental illness regarding effective therapeutic relationships. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research 2015; 43(3):341-353; doi: 10.1007/s11414-015-9492-5

39. Perez DL, Pan H, Weisholtz DS, Root JC, Tuescher O, Fischer DB, Butler T, Vago DR, Isenberg N, Epstein J, Landa Y, Smith TE, Savitz AJ, Silbersweig DA, Stern E:  Altered threat and safety neural processing linked to persecutory delusions in schizophrenia: A two task fMRI study. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 2015; 30;233(3):352-66; doi: 10.1016/j.pscychresns.2015.06.002

40. Smith TE, Stein BD, Donahue SA, Sorbero M, Karpati A, Marsik T, Myers RW, Thomann-Howe D, Appel A, Essock SM: Reengagement of high-need individuals with serious mental illness following discontinuation of services. Psychiatric Services 2014; 65:1378-1380; doi:10.1176/appi.ps.201300549

41. Stein BD, Pangilinan MI, Sorbero MJ, Marcus SM, Donahue SA, Xu Y, Smith TE, Essock SM: Using claims data to generate clinical flags predicting short-term risk of continued psychiatric hospitalizations. Psychiatric Services 2014; 65:1341–1346; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201300306

42. Smith TE, Appel A, Donahue SA, Essock SM, Thomann-Howe D, Karpati A, Marsik T, Myers RW, Sorbero MJ, Stein BD: Determining engagement in services for high-need individuals with serious mental illness. Administration and Policy in Mental Health 2014; 41:588–597; doi: 10.1007/s10488-013-0497-1

43. Erlich MD, Smith TE, Horwath E, Cournos F:  Schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders, in Oxford Handbook of Psychiatry, Third Edition. Edited by J Cutler, E Marcus. London, Oxford University Press 2014; pp 97-128

44. Smith TE, Erlich MD, Sederer LI: Integrated physical and behavioral healthcare: The New York State perspective. Psychiatric Services 2013; 64:828–831; doi: 10.1176/appi. ps.201300197

45. Pope LG, Smith TE, Wisdom JP, Easter A, Pollock M: Transitioning between systems of care: Missed opportunities for engaging adults with serious mental illness and criminal justice involvement. Behavioral Sciences and The Law 2013; 31:444-456; doi: 10.1002/bsl.2074

46. Smith TE, Easter A, Gogel LP, Pollock M, Wisdom JP: Disengagement form care:  Perspectives of individuals with serious mental illness and of service providers. Psychiatric Services 2013; 64:770-775; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201200394

47. Roberts CE, Mortensen LY, Merrill DB, Rafizadeh N, Smith TE, Lieberman JA: Successful re-challenge with clozapine after eosinophilia. American Journal of Psychiatry 2011; 168:1147-1151

48. Smith TE, Appel A, Donahue SA, Essock SM, Jackson CT, Karpati A, Marsik T, Myers RW, Tom L: Use of administrative data to identify potential service gaps for individuals with serious mental illness. Psychiatric Services 2011; 62:1094-1097, doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.62.9.1094

49. Smith TE, Appel A, Donahue SA, Essock SM, Jackson CT, Karpati A, Marsik T, Myers RW, Tom L, Sederer LI:  Public-Academic Partnerships: Using Medicaid claims data to identify service gaps for high-need clients: The NYC Mental Health Care Monitoring Initiative.  Psychiatric Services 2011; 62:9-11, doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.62.1.9

50. Hogan MF, Sederer LI, Smith TE, Nossel IR: Making room for mental health in the medical home. Preventing Chronic Disease 2010;7(6):A132

51. Smith TE, Sederer LI: Changing the landscape of an urban public mental health system: The 2008 New York State/New York City Mental Health-Criminal Justice Review Panel. Journal of Urban Health 2010; 87:129-135

52. Smith TE, Burgos J, Dexter V, Norcott J, Pappas SV, Shuman E, Appel A, Harrison M, Nossel IR, Essock SM:  Best practices for improving engagement of clients in clinic care.  Psychiatric Services 2010; 61:343-345

53. Smith TE, Horwath E, Cournos F:  Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, in Oxford Handbook of Psychiatry, Second Edition. Edited by J Cutler, E Marcus. London, Oxford University Press 2010; pp 101-131

54. Smith TE, Weston CA, Lieberman JA:  Chronic Schizophrenia. British Medical Journal Clinical Evidence (Online). 2009; Apr 16, pii: 1007

55. Smith TE, Sederer LI: A new kind of “homelessness” for people with serious mental illness? The need for a “Mental Health Home.” Psychiatric Services 2009; 60:528-533

56. Smith TE, Levine SB, Hampel J: A successful effort to improve adherence to treatment guidelines for bipolar disorder. Harvard Review of Psychiatry 2008; 16:210-213

57. Fiszdon JM, McClough JF, Silverstein SM, Bell MD, Jaramillo JR, Smith TE: Learning potential as a predictor of readiness for psychosocial rehabilitation in schizophrenia.  Psychiatry Research 2006; 143:159-166

58. Silverstein SM, Hatashita-Wong M, Wilkniss SM, Bloch A, Smith T, Savitz A, McCarthy R, Friedman M, Terkelsen K: Behavioral rehabilitation of the “treatment-refractory” schizophrenia patient:  conceptual foundations, interventions, and outcome data.  Psychological Services 2006; 3:145-169

59. Silverstein SM, Hatashita-Wong M, Schenkel L, Wilkniss S, Kovacs I, Feher A, Smith T, Goicochea C, Uhlhaas P, Carpiniello K, Savitz A: Reduced top-down influences in contour detection in schizophrenia. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 2006; 11:112-132

60. Pratt SI, Mueser KT, Smith TE, Lu W: Self-efficacy and psychosocial functioning in schizophrenia: A mediational analysis. Schizophrenia Research 2005; 78:187-197

61. Silverstein SM, Hatashita-Wong M, Solak BA, Uhlhaas P, Landa Y, Wilkniss SM, Goicochea C, Carpiniello K, Schenkel L, Savitz A, Smith TE: Effectiveness of a two-phase cognitive rehabilitation intervention for severely-impaired schizophrenia patients.  Psychological Medicine 2005; 35:829-837

62. Tuscher O, Silbersweig D, Pan H, Smith T, Beutel M, Zonana J, Erbesh V, Weisholtz D, Stern E, Engelien A: Processing of environmental sounds in schizophrenic patients:  disordered recognition and lack of semantic specificity. Schizophrenia Research 2005; 73:291-295 

63. Huppert JD, Smith TE:  Anxiety and schizophrenia: The interaction of subtypes of anxiety and psychotic symptoms. CNS Spectrums 2005; 10:721-731

64. Smith TE, Hull JW, Huppert JD, Silverstein SM, Anthony DT, McClough JF: Insight and recovery from psychosis in chronic schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. Journal of Psychiatric Research 2004; 38:169-176

65. Silverstein SM, Hatashita-Wong M, Schenkel L, Kovács I, Fehér Á, Smith T, Goicochea C, Uhlhaas P: Presentation context and learning effects: Dynamic perceptual grouping in schizophrenia, in Visual Integration: Development and Impairments.  Edited by I Kovács.  Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2004; pp 66-79

66. Fiszdon JM, Silverstein SM, Buchwald J, Hull JW, Smith TE: Verbal memory and schizophrenia:  Sex differences over repeated assessments. Schizophrenia Research 2003; 61:235-243

67. Wong MH, Smith TE, Silverstein SM, Hull JW, Willson DF: Cognitive functioning and social problem-solving skills in schizophrenia. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 2002; 7:81-95

68. Weiss KA, Smith TE, Hull JW, Piper AC, Huppert JD: Predictors of non-adherence in outpatients with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2002; 28:335-343

69. Huppert JD, Apfeldorf WJ, Smith TE: Use of self-report measures of anxiety and depression in outpatients with schizophrenia: Reliability and validity. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 2002; 24:275-283

70. Smith TE, Hull JW, Huppert J, Silverstein SM: Recovery from psychosis in schizophrenia:  Symptoms and neurocognitive rate-limiters for the development of social behavior skills. Schizophrenia Research 2002; 55:229-237

71. Huppert JD, Smith TE: Longitudinal analysis of subjective quality of life in schizophrenia:  Anxiety as the best symptom predictor. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 2001; 189:669-675

72. Huppert JD, Weiss KA, Lim R, Pratt S, Smith TE: Quality of life in schizophrenia:  Contributions of anxiety and depression. Schizophrenia Research 2001; 51:171-180

73. Smith TE, Hull JW, Israel LM, Willson DF: Insight, symptoms, and neurocognition in schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2000; 26:193-200

74. Smith TE, Liberman RP, Kopelowicz A: Schizophrenic disorders: rehabilitation, in Contemporary Psychiatry, Volume 3.  Specific Psychiatric Disorders.  Edited by FA Henn, N Sartorius, H Helmchen, H Lauter. Heidelberg, Springer Verlag, 2000, pp 173-180

75. Liberman RP, Kopelowicz A, Smith TE:  Psychiatric rehabilitation, in Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, 7th Edition. Edited by BJ Sadock, VA Sadock. New York, Williams & Wilkins, 1999, pp 3218-3245

76. Smith TE, Hull JW, Romanelli S, Fertuck E, Weiss KA: Symptoms and neurocognition as rate limiters in skills training for psychotic patients. American Journal of Psychiatry 1999; 156:1817-1818

77. Smith TE, Hull JW, Goodman M, Hedayat-Harris A, Willson DF, Israel, LM, Munich, RL:  The relative influences of symptoms, insight, and neurocognition on social adjustment in schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 1999; 187:102-108

78. Corriss DJ, Smith TE, Hull JW, Lim RW, Pratt SI, Romanelli S: Interactive risk factors for treatment adherence in a chronic psychotic disorders population. Psychiatry Research 1999; 89:269-274

79. Smith TE, Hull JW, Clarkin JF: Dimensions of social adjustment in schizophrenia:  A factor analysis. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 1999; 187:55-57

80. Smith TE, Hull JW, Hedayat-Harris A, Ryder G, Berger LJ:  Development of a vertically integrated program of services for persons with schizophrenia. Psychiatric Services 1999; 50:931-935

81. Smith TE, Docherty JP:  Standards of care and clinical algorithms for treating schizophrenia. Psychiatric Clinics of North America 1998; 21:203-220

82. MacKain SJ, Smith TE, Wallace CW, Kopelowicz A: Evaluation of a community re-entry program. International Review of Psychiatry 1998; 10:76-83

83. Smith TE, Hull JW, Santos L: The relationship between symptoms and insight in schizophrenia:  A longitudinal perspective. Schizophrenia Research 1998; 33:63-67

84. Smith TE, Rio J, Hull JW, Hedayat-Harris A, Goodman M, Anthony DT:  The Rehabilitation Readiness Determination Profile:  A needs assessment for adults with severe mental illnesses. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 1998; 21:380-387

85. McKee M, Hull JW, Smith TE:  Cognitive and symptom correlates of participation in social skills training groups. Schizophrenia Research 1997; 23:223-229

86. Kentros MK, Terkelsen K, Hull J, Smith TE, Goodman M:  The relationship between personality and quality of life in persons with schizoaffective disorder and schizophrenia.  Quality of Life Research 1997; 6:118-122

87. Smith TE, Hull JW, Anthony DT, Goodman M, Hedayat-Harris A, Felger T, Kentros MK, MacKain, SJ, Romanelli S: Post-hospitalization treatment adherence of schizophrenic patients:  Gender differences in skill acquisition. Psychiatry Research 1997; 69:123-129

88. Goodman M, Hull JW, Terkelsen KG, Smith TE, Anthony D:  Factor structure of quality of life:  The Lehman interview. Evaluation and Program Planning 1997; 20:477-480

89. Smith TE, Rio J, Hull JW, Hedayat-Harris A, Goodman M, Anthony DT: Differential effects of symptoms on rehabilitation and adjustment in people with schizophrenia. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 1997; 21:141-143

90. Kentros M, Smith TE, Hull J, McKee M, Terkelsen K, Capalbo C:  Stability of personality traits in schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 1997; 185:549-555