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Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology & Developmental
                                             Sciences, UAMS, 2/1/08-present

Director of Special Projects
, Partner in Health Sciences Program, UAMS, 1997-present

Assistant Professor
, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, UAMS, 1995-1/31/08

Director of Continuing Medical Education, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine,
                                                                   UAMS, 1990-1/31/08

Mailing Address:
4301 West Markham  Street #773
Little Rock, AR 72205

Office: Department of Neurobiology & Developmental Sciences
Telephone: 501/603-1971
Fax: 501/296-1267
Email:lindseymarys@uams.edu

Educational Background

B.A., 1963, Arkansas Polytechnic College, Psychology and Sociology
MSW, 1974, University of Arkansas Graduate School of Social Work, Clinical Concentration
ACSW, 1976 to present, Academy of Certified Social Workers
LCSW, Current, Arkansas State License, Licensed Social Worker

Professional Presentations & Publications:

Burns, E. R. and Lindsey, M. S. (2004) Cancer Education and Cancer Prevention Education for K-12 Students and Teachers.  J. Cancer Education 19(2):105-110.

Kirchner, Joanne E., Yoder, Peggy J., Lindsey, Mary S. "Development of an Educational Program to Increase School Personnel’s Awareness About Child and Adolescent Depression." Education Journal, Volume 121 no. 2, winter, 2000. Pages 235 – 246

Lindsey, M. Burns, E.R, "Arkansas Teachers/Students Partnership with Medical School Faculty," A Program Offered by The National Association of Science Teachers, St. Louis, Missouri, 3/22-25/01

Lindsey, M., Burns, E.R., "Arkansas Teachers/Students Partnership with Medical School Faculty," A Program Offered by The National Academy of Biology Teachers of Sciences, Orlando, Florida, 10/2000

Lindsey, M., Arkansas Medical Society’s Annual CME Sponsors forum "UAMS Continuing Medical Education, Department of Family and Community Medicine Continuing Medical Education and Interactive. 10/1998

Lindsey, M., Strode, S.W., Lewis, Y. "Meeting Multiple Health Application Needs by Interactive Television" Distant Education: Sharing the Experience III, Portland, OR, 1996

Burns, E.R., Lindsey, M. Partners in Health Sciences: A Program Offered by Basic Science and Clinical Faculty at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences for K – 14 Teachers on Campus, followed by Telecommunication Sessions for program Alumni and their Students, 1996.

Burns, E.R., Berry, D.L., Light, K., Lindsey, M.: "First Interactive Video-Mini course between Medical School and Students in A Residential High School." Commission on Adult Basic Education, 1995 National Conference, June 7, 1996.

Hall, D., Lindsey, M. Doctors Train on Venus But Work on Mars," 2 sessions one and a half hour per session. National Congress of Family Practice Resident, National Congress of Student Members. July 27-30, 1995.

Teaching and Administration:

UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine – Behavioral Science Coordinator, resident and physician teaching

UAMS DFCM Pre doc Course Director

Intro. To Medical Profession, 21.5 hours

UAMS Freshman and Junior Medical Students

UAMS Clinical Pharmacy Program

UAMS Clinical Specialist Master of Nursing Program lecturer

UAMS Bachelors of Nursing Program

Faculty Guest Lecturer – Graduate School of Social Work, University of Arkansas

Director of CME, Family and Community Medicine, 1990 - present

CME: Course Director, two and one-half days course

"13th – 23rd Annual Intensive Review Course" 6/91, 5/92, 5/93, 6/94, 6/95, 6/96, 6/97, 6/98, 6/99, 6/00, 6/01

CME Course Director, Annual Drug Update, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

Conferences Presented:

Partners in Health Sciences Program (one day course for K – 14 teachers)

"End of Life Issues," Course Director, 2001

"Depression," Lecturer 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

"Tobacco," Lecturer 1996, 2000, 2001

"Women and Issues of Violence in Intimate Relationships," Course Director 1995

"Current Concepts in Women’s Health care Taught by Women in Medicine," Course Director 7/1994

"Tobacco in Modern Society," 1993

Conferences Attended:

Science Education Partnership Awards (SEPA) 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

2001 Alliance for Continuing Medical Education 26th Annual Conference, January 23-27, 2001 San Francisco, CA

SEPA Annual Project Directors Meeting, November 4-7, 2000, Arlington, Virginia

The Minority Institution/Cancer Center Program Workshop, May 11 & 12, 2000, New Orleans, LA 2000 Alliance for CME, Annual Conference, January 18 – 22, 2000, New Orleans, LA

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