Matthew Reed

Assistant Professor

Associate Residency Training Director, Psychiatry & Human Behavior
School of Medicine

Director of Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry, Psychiatry & Human Behavior
School of Medicine

Director of Education, Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry Fellowship, Psychiatry & Human Behavior
School of Medicine

M.D., University of Utah, 2010

M.P.H., University of Utah, 2010

Phone: (714) 456-8517

University of California, Irvine
UC Irvine Medical Center
101 The City Drive
Building 3, Route 88
Orange, CA 92868

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Integrated Care, Medical Education
URL Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Reed completed a dual residency in internal medicine and psychiatry and a subsequent pain medicine fellowship at the University of California Davis. He served for two years as chief resident where he helped develop and implement an integrated "Med Psych" curriculum both for the combined trained and categorical psychiatry residents. As a pain medicine fellow, he was awarded the Gary Collins, M.D. Memorial Fellow Teacher of the Year Award for his contribution to the education mission of the department. Dr. Reed currently serves at the UCI Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior as Associate Residency Program Director and Director of Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry. He is also the Director of Education for the Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry Fellowship.

Dr. Reed has expertise in the treatment of medically complex patients with significant psychiatric and pain condition co-morbidity. He is particularly focused on the development and training of integrated care providers in the areas of internal medicine, psychiatry, and pain medicine. He has published multiple book chapters on the treatment of pain and psychiatric conditions in the primary care setting and the treatment of medical conditions in psychiatry. He is an editor for the American Pain Society's handbook on Pain Control in Primary Care, 2nd edition, and he previously served as a co-editor for the depression treatment guidelines for the American College of Physicians.

Dr. Reed is a voting member of the Government Affairs Committee for the California Psychiatric Association. He also served as the APA Sacramento chapter president before moving to Southern California. He continues to contribute as an reviewer for Current Psychiatry.
Graduate Programs Internal Medicine/Psychiatry

Pain Medicine (AN)

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