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Curriculum Vitae

Updated: 5/2010


Name Harold G. Koenig, M.D., M.H.Sc.


Primary Appointment Psychiatry

Secondary Appointment Medicine


Present Academic Rank Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Associate Professor, Medicine

First Appointment 7/1/92 Clinical Assistant Professor


Medical Licensure #00-32386, North Carolina

Specialty Certification Family Medicine, 7/85, recertified 7/93

Geriatric Medicine, 7/88

Psychiatry, 1/95, recertified 7/05

Geriatric Psychiatry, 11/96


Birth Date December 25, 1951

Birthplace Lodi, California

Citizenship United States of America


EDUCATION: Place Date Degree

High School St. Mary's, Stockton 1966-70 diploma

College Stanford University 1970-74 BS


PROF TRAINING: Place Date Degree

Nursing School San Joaquin Delta 1978-80 RN

Medical School UC San Francisco 1974-76,80-82 MD

Family Medicine Univ of Mo, Columbia 1982-85 --

Geriatric Medicine Duke Univ Med Ctr 1986-89 --

Biometry Duke University 1986-89 MHSc

Psychiatry Duke Univ Med Ctr 1989-91 --

Geropsychiatry Fellow Duke Univ Med Ctr 1991-92 --

ACADEMIC CAREER: Place Date

Clin Asst Prof, Psychiatry Duke Univ Med Ctr 1992-1993

Research Psychiatrist FCI Butner, NC 1992-1993

Senior Fellow Aging Center, DUMC 1992-present

Assistant Professor, Psychiatry Duke Univ Med Ctr 7/1/1993-6/30/96

Assistant Professor, Medicine Duke Univ Med Ctr 7/1/1993-6/30/98

Associate Professor, Psychiatry Duke Univ Med Ctr 7/1/1996-6/30/01

Associate Professor, Medicine Duke Univ Med Ctr 7/1/1998-present

Associate Professor, with tenure Duke Univ Med Ctr 7/1/2001-3/31/04

Professor, Psychiatry Duke Univ Med Ctr 4/1/2004-present


REFEREED JOURNALS:

1. Koenig HG (1986): Depression and dysphoria among the elderly: Dispelling a myth.

Journal of Family Practice 23:383-385


2. Koenig HG (1986): Shepherds' Centers: elderly people helping themselves. Journal

of the American Geriatrics Society 34:73


3. Koenig HG, Blake R (1986): Perils of therophylline use in the elderly. Geriatrics

41:49-58


4. Koenig HG (1986): Growing old: According to the Bible. Journal of the American

Geriatrics Society 34:251


5. Koenig HG, Kvale JN (1986): Creating geriatric fellowships in family practice.

Family Medicine 18:335-336


6. Koenig HG, Seeber J (1987): Religion, spirituality, and aging. Journal of the

American Geriatrics Society 35:472


7. Koenig HG (1988): Religion and death anxiety in later life. The Hospice Journal

4 (1):3-24


8. Koenig HG, Kvale JN, Hector M (1988): Geriatric fellowships in family medicine:

Status and directions. Family Medicine 20:33-38


9. Koenig HG, Kvale JN, Ferrel C (1988): Religion and well-being in later life. The

Gerontologist 28:18-28


10. Koenig HG, Moberg DO, Kvale JN (1988): Religious activities and attitudes of older

adults in a geriatric assessment clinic. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 36:362-374


11. Koenig HG, Studenski S (1988): Post-stroke depression in the elderly. Journal of

General Internal Medicine 3:508-517


12. Koenig HG, Meador K, Cohen HJ, Blazer D (1988): Depression in elderly men

hospitalized with medical illness. Archives of Internal Medicine 148:1929-1936


13. Koenig HG, Meador KM, Cohen HJ, Blazer D (1988): Detection and treatment of

major depression in the older hospitalized patient with medical illness. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 18:17-31


14. Koenig HG, Meador K, Cohen HJ, Blazer D (1988): Self-rated depression scales and

screening for major depression in the older hospitalized patient with medical illness. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 36:699-706


15. Koenig HG, George LK, Siegler I (1988): The use of religion and other

emotion-regulating coping strategies among older adults. The Gerontologist 28:303-310


16. Koenig HG, Bearon L, Dayringer R (1989): Physician perspectives on the role of

religion in the physician-older patient relationship. Journal of Family Practice 28:441-448.


17. Kvale JN, Koenig HG, Ferrel C (1989): Life satisfaction of the aging woman

religious. Journal of Religion and Aging 5(4):68-72


18. Koenig HG, Siegler IC, George LK (1989): Religious and non-religious coping:

Impact on adaptation in later life. Journal of Religion and Aging 5(4):73-94


19. Koenig HG (1989). The use of depression rating scales: A reply to O'Neill

et al. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 37:390-391


20. Larson DB, Koenig HG, Kaplan BH, et al. (1989). The impact of religion on blood pressure

status in men. Journal of Religion and Health 28:265-278


21. Koenig HG, Goli V, Shelp F, Meador KG, Blazer DG (1989). Major depression and

the NIMH Diagnostic Interview Schedule: Validation in medically ill hospitalized patients. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 19:123-132


22. Koenig HG, Shelp F, Goli V, Cohen HJ, Blazer DG (1989). Survival and healthcare utilization

in elderly medical inpatients with major depression. Journal of the American Geriatrics

Society 37:599-606


23. Koenig HG, Goli V, Shelp F, Kudler HS, Cohen HJ, Meador KG, Blazer DG (1989).

Antidepressant use in older medically ill inpatients: Lessons from an attempted clinical trial.

Journal of General Internal Medicine 4:498-505

24. Koenig HG (1990): Research on religion and mental health in later life: A review

and commentary. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 23:23-53


25. Bearon LB, Koenig HG (1990). Religious cognitions and use of prayer in health

and illness. The Gerontologist 30:249-253 (reprinted in Francis, LJ (ed.),

Perspectives on Prayer: A Reader, published by Fowler Wright, 1999)


26. Koenig HG, Siegler IC, Meador KG, George LK (1990). Religious coping and

personality in later life. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 5:123-131 (paper selected to be included in the text Geriatric Psychiatry: Key Research Topics for Clinicians, editors E. Murphy & G. Alexopoulos, Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons, 1995)

27. Koenig HG, Breitner J (1990): Antidepressant use in the medically ill older person.

Psychosomatics 31:22-32


28. Koenig HG (1990). Depressed or just sick? Archives of Internal Medicine 150:1349-1350


29. Koenig HG, Hover M, Bearon LB, Travis JL (1991). Religious perspectives of

doctors, nurses, patients and families: Some interesting differences. Journal of Pastoral Care 45:254-267


30. Koenig HG (1991). Depressive disorders in older medical inpatients. American

Family Physician 44:1243-1250


31. Koenig HG, Meador KG, Shelp F, Goli V, Cohen HJ, Blazer DG (1991).

Depressive Disorders in hospitalized medically ill patients: A comparison of young and elderly men. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 39:881-890


32. Koenig HG, Goli V, Shelp F, Kudler HS, Cohen HJ, Blazer DG (1992). Major

depression in hospitalized medically ill men: Documentation, treatment, and prognosis. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 7:25-34


33. Hover M, Travis JL, Koenig HG, Bearon LB (1992). Pastoral research in a hospital

setting: A case study. Journal of Pastoral Care 46:283-290


34. Koenig HG, Meador KG, Goli V, Shelp F, Cohen HJ, Blazer DG (1992). Self-rated

depressive symptoms in medical inpatients: Age and racial differences. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 22:11-31


35. Koenig HG, Herman S (1994). Religion and coping with sexual impotence in later

life. Journal of Religious Gerontology 9(1):73-87


36. Koenig HG, Cohen HJ, Blazer DG, Meador KG, Westlund R (1992). A brief

depression scale for detecting major depression in the medically ill hospitalized patient. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 22:183-195


37. Koenig HG, Cohen HJ, Blazer DG, Pieper C, Meador KG, Shelp F, Goli V,

DiPasquale R (1992). Religious coping and depression in elderly hospitalized medically ill men. American Journal of Psychiatry 149:1693-1700


38. Meador KG, Koenig HG, Turnbull J, Blazer DG, George LK, Hughes D (1992).

Religious affiliation and major depression. Hospital and Community Psychiatry in 43:1204-1208


39. Koenig HG, Meador KG, Cohen HJ, Blazer DG (1992). Screening for depression

in hospitalized medically ill patients: Taking a closer look. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 40:1013-1017


40. Koenig HG (1993). Screening for depression. J Am Geriatr Society 41:464-465


41. Koenig HG (1993): Religion and aging. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology 3(2):195-203.


42. Koenig HG (1993). Trends in geriatric psychiatry of relevance to pastoral

counselors. Journal of Religion & Health 32:131-151


43. Koenig HG, George LK, Blazer DG, Pritchett J, Meador KG (1993). The

relationship between religion and anxiety in a sample of community-dwelling older adults. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 26 (1):65-93


44. Koenig HG, Westlund RE, George LK, Hughes DC, Hybels C (1993).

Abbreviating the Duke Social Support Index for use in chronically ill older adults. Psychosomatics 34:61-69


45. Koenig HG, Ford S, George LK, Blazer DG, Meador KG (1993). Religion and

anxiety disorder: An examination and comparison of associations in young, middle-aged, and elderly adults. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 7:321-342


46. Koenig HG, Blazer DG, Ford SM (1993). Should physicians screen for depression

in elderly medical inpatients?: Results of a decision analysis. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 23:211-235


47. Koenig HG, O'Connor C, Guarisco S, Zabel M, Ford S (1993). Depressive

disorder in elderly inpatients admitted to general medicine & cardiology services at a private hospital. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 1 (3):197-210


48. Koenig HG (1993). Legalizing physician-assisted suicide: Some thoughts and

concerns. Journal of Family Practice 37:171-179 (reprinted in Jenkins AP. Stand! Health. Worcester, MA:Coursewise Publishing, 1999)


49. Koenig HG, Cohen HJ, Kudler HS, Blazer DG, Krishnan KRR, Sibert TE (1993).

Profile of depressive symptoms in younger and older medical inpatients with major depression. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 41:1169-1176 (abstracted in Year Book of Geriatrics and Gerontology, Mosby-Year Book, Inc, 1995)


50. Koenig HG, George LK, Meador KG, Blazer DG, Ford SM (1994). The

relationship between religion and alcoholism in a sample of community-dwelling adults. Hospital and Community Psychiatry 45:225-231


51. Koenig HG (1994). Religion as cognitive schema: Comments on H. McIntosh.

International Journal of the Psychology of Religion 5(1): 31-37


52. Koenig HG, George LK, Meador KG, Blazer DG, Dyke P (1994). Religious

affiliation and psychiatric disorder in Protestant baby boomers. Hospital and Community Psychiatry 45:586-596


53. Koenig HG, George LK, Schneider R (1994). Mental health care for older adults

in the year 2020: A dangerous and avoided topic. Gerontologist 34:674-679


54. Koenig HG, George LK, Robins CJ, Stangl D, Tweed DL (1994). The development of a

dysfunctional attitudes scale for medically ill elders. Clinical Gerontologist 15 (2): 3-22


55. Koenig HG (1995). Religion and older men in prison. International Journal of

Geriatric Psychiatry 10:219-230 (received 1997 Templeton Award for exemplary papers)


56. Koenig HG, George LK, Stangl D, Tweed DL (1995). Hospital stressors

experienced by elderly medical inpatients: Developing a Hospital Stress Index. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 25(1):103-122.


57. Koenig HG, Johnson S, Bellard J, Denker M, Fenlon R (1995). Depression and

anxiety disorder in older male inmates at a federal corrections facility. Hospital and Community Psychiatry 46:399-401


58. Hocking L, Koenig HG (1995). Anxiety in medically ill older adults: A review and

update. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 25:215-232


59. Koenig HG, Pappas P, Holsinger T, Bachar J (1995). Assessing diagnostic

approaches to depression in medically ill elders Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 43:472-478


60. Koenig HG, Cohen HJ, Blazer DG, Kudler HS, Krishnan KRR, Sibert TE (1995).

Cognitive symptoms of depression and religious coping in elderly medical patients. Psychosomatics 36:369-375 (abstracted in Focus on Depression and Anxiety, PMSI-Bugamor, The Netherlands, vol 7, issue 3, pp 66-67, 1996)


61. Koenig HG (1995). Use of acute hospital services and mortality among religious

and non-religious copers with medical illness. Journal of Religious Gerontology 9 (3):1-22 (lead article)


62. Koenig HG, Blumenthal J, Moore K (1995). New version of brief depression scale.

Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 43:1447


63. Lyness JM, Bruce ML, Koenig HG, Parmelee PA, Schulz R, Lawton MP, Reynolds CF (1996). Depression and medical illness in late life: Report of a symposium. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 44:198-203


64. Koenig HG (1996). An abbreviated Mini-Mental State Exam for medically ill elders.

Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 44:215-216


65. Koenig HG, Larson DB, Matthews D (1996). Religion and psychotherapy with older

adults. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 29 (2):155-184


66. Beck DA, Koenig HG (1996). Minor depression: A review of the literature. International

Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 26:177-210


67. Koenig HG, Blazer DG (1996). Minor depression in late life. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 4[suppl 1]:S14-S21


68. Grosse-Holtforth M, Pathak A, Koenig HG, Cohen HJ (1996). Medical illness,

religion, health control and depression of institutionalized medically ill veterans in

long term care. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 11:613-620


69. Weaver AJ, Koenig HG, Ochberg FM (1996). Post-traumatic stress, mental health professionals, and the Clergy: A need for collaboration, training, and research. Journal of Traumatic Stress 9:847-856


70. Weaver AJ, Koenig HG (1996). Elderly suicide, mental health professionals, and the clergy: A need for clinical collaboration, training and research. Death Studies 20:495-508


71. Koenig HG (1996). Present and future trends in geriatric psychiatry. The Gerontologist

(review) 36:710-713


72. Bienenfeld D, Koenig HG, Sherill KA, Larson DB (1997). Psychosocial predictors of mental health in a population of elderly women: Test of a simple model. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 5:43-53


73. Koenig HG (1997). Use of religion by patients with severe medical illness. Mind-Body Medicine 2:31-36


74. Weaver AJ, Koenig HG, Larson DB (1997). Marriage and family therapists and the clergy: A need for clinical collaboration, training, and research. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 23:13-25


75. Koenig HG, Wildman-Hanlon D, Schmader K (1996). Attitudes of elderly patients and their families toward physician-assisted suicide. Archives of Internal Medicine 156:2240-2248


76. Koenig HG, Hays JC, George LK, Blazer DG (1997). Modeling the cross-sectional relationships between religion, physical health, social support, and depressive symptoms. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 5:131-143


77. Weaver AJ, Samford J, Koenig HG (1997). Depression awareness training and the clergy. American Journal of Psychiatry 154:717-718


78. Schein RL, Koenig HG (1997). The Center for Epidemiological Studies (CES-D)

Scale: Assessment of depression in the medically ill elderly. International Journal of

Geriatric Psychiatry 12:436-446


79. Koenig HG, Meador KG, Parkerson G (1997). Religion index for psychiatric

research. American Journal of Psychiatry 154 (6): 885-886 (also, see Hill P &

Hood R (eds), Measures of Religious Behavior. Birmingham, Al: Religious

Education Press, 1998)


80. Koenig HG, George LK, Meador KG (1997). Use of antidepressants by non-

psychiatrists in the treatment of hospitalized medically ill depressed elderly patients.

American Journal of Psychiatry 154:1369-1375


81. Koenig HG, George LK, Peterson BL, Pieper CF (1997). Depression in medically ill hospitalized older adults: Prevalence, correlates, and course of symptoms based on six diagnostic schemes. American Journal of Psychiatry 154:1376-1383


82. Weaver AJ, Samford, Kline, Lucas, Larson DB, Koenig HG (1997). Psychologists and clergy working together? An analysis of eight APA journals: 1991-1994. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 28:471-474


83. Koenig HG, Cohen HJ, George LK, Hays JC, Larson DB, Blazer DG (1997).

Attendance at religious services, interleukin-6, and other biological indicators of

immune function in older adults. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 27:233-250


84. Stolley JM, Koenig HG (1997). Religion/spirituality and health among elderly blacks

and hispanics. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services 35(11):32-38


85. Koenig HG, Gittelman D, Branski S, Brown S, Stone P, Ostrow B (1998).

Depressive symptoms in elderly medical-surgical patients hospitalized in community

settings. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 6:14-23


86. Hays JC, Landerman LR, George LK, Flint EP, Koenig HG, Land KC, Blazer DG (1998). Social correlates of the dimensions of depression in the elderly. Journal of Gerontology (psychological sciences) 53B:P31-P39


87. Koenig HG, Weiner DK, Peterson BL, Meador KG, Keefe FJ (1998). Religious

coping in institutionalized elderly patients. International Journal of Psychiatry in

Medicine 27:365-376


88. Koenig HG (1997). Differences in psychosocial and health correlates of major and minor depression in medically ill older adults. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 45:1487-1495


89. Koenig HG (1998). Depression in elderly patients with congestive heart failure. General

Hospital Psychiatry 20 (1):29-43 (see Behavioral Disease Management Report, vol 2, no. 5,

and also The Brown University GeroPsych Report, vol 2, no 8, which highlight study and

discuss implications)


90. Koenig HG, Larson DB, Hays JC, McCullough ME, George LK, Branch PS, Meador

KG, Kuchibhatla M (1998). Religion and survival of 1010 male veterans

hospitalized with medical illness. Journal of Religion and Health 37:15-29


91. Koenig HG, George LK, Peterson BL (1998). Religiosity and remission from depression in

medically ill older patients. American Journal of Psychiatry 155:536-542 (reviewed in the

Brown University GeroPsych Report, vol 2, issue 10, 1998, p 3; also tied 1st place for 1998

Templeton Award for Outstanding Research Papers)


92. Koenig HG, Meador KG (1997). Dosing recommendations and prescribing patterns for depressed medically ill hospitalized older patients. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 45:1409


93. Matthews DA, McCullough ME, Larson DB, Koenig HG, Swyers JP, Milano MG (1998). Religious commitment and health status: A review of the research and implications for family medicine. Archives of Family Medicine 7:118-124


94. Koenig HG, George LK, Cohen HJ, Hays JC, Blazer DG, Larson DB (1998). The

relationship between religious activities and blood pressure in older adults. International

Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 28:189-213


95. Koenig HG (1998). Religious beliefs and practices of hospitalized medically ill older

adults. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 13:213-224


96. Koenig HG, Larson DB (1998). Use of hospital services, church attendance, and religious affiliation. Southern Medical Journal 91:925-932


97. Oyama, O., & Koenig, H.G. (1998). Religious beliefs and practices in family medicine. Archives of Family Medicine, 7, 431-435


98. Weaver AJ, Samford JA, Larson DB, Lucas LA, Koenig HG, Patrick V (1998). A systematic review of research on religion in four major psychiatric journals: 1991-1995. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 186, 187-190.


99. Koenig HG, George LK (1998). Depression and physical disability outcomes in

depressed medically ill hospitalized older adults. American Journal of Geriatric

Psychiatry, 6,230-247.


100. Weaver AJ, Flannelly LT, Flannelly KJ, Koenig HG, Larson DB (1998). An

analysis of research on religious and spiritual variables in three major mental

health nursing journals: 1991-1995. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, May/June

issue.


101. Koenig HG, Kuchibhatla M (1998). Use of health services by hospitalized medically

ill depressed elderly patients. American Journal of Psychiatry 1998; 55:871-877


102. Koenig HG, Pargament KI, Nielsen J (1998). Religious coping and health outcomes

in medically ill hospitalized older adults. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders,

186, 513-521.


103. Stolley JM, Koenig HG, Buckwalter KC (1999). Pastoral care for the person with dementia. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy, 8 (1/2):7-23 (also to be included as

chapter in VandeCreek, L. (ed), Spiritual Care of Persons with Dementia:

Fundamentals for Pastoral Practice, New York: Haworth Press)


104. Koenig HG, George LK, Cohen HJ, Hays JC, Blazer DG, Larson DB (1998). The relationship between religious activities and cigarette smoking in older adults. Journal of Gerontology (medical sciences) 53A:M426-M434


105. Koenig HG, Kuchibhatla M (1999). Use of health services by medically ill depressed

elderly patients following hospital discharge. American Journal of Geriatric

Psychiatry, 7, 48-56


106. Koenig HG, George LK, Larson DB, McCullough ME, Branch PS, Kuchibhatla M (1998). Depressive symptoms and nine-year survival of 1001 male veterans hospitalized with medical illness. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 7, 124-131


107. Musick MA, Koenig HG, Hays JC, Cohen HJ (1998). Cancer, religious activity, and

depressive symptomatology in a sample of community-dwelling elderly. Journal of

Gerontology (social sciences), 53B, S218-S227


108. Hays JC, Blazer DG, Koenig HG, Carroll JW, Musick MA (1998). Aging, health, and the "electronic church". Journal of Aging and Health, 10, 458-482.


109. Pargament KI, Smith BW, Koenig HG, Perez L (1998). Patterns of positive and negative religious coping with major life stressors. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37 (4), 710-724


110. Larson DB, Koenig HG (1998). Religion and health: Is there a connection? St. Louis Metropolitan Medicine, December 1998, 18-19


111. Koenig HG (1999). How does religious faith contribute to recovery from depression?

Harvard Mental Health Letter, 15 (no. 8, February), 8


112. Koenig HG, George LK (1999). Reply to Miller et al (letter). American Journal of

Psychiatry, in press; Koenig HG (1998). Reply to Braam et al (letter). American Journal of

Psychiatry, 156, 808-810. [religiosity & remission of depression]


113. Koenig HG (1999). Late-life depression: How to treat patients with comorbid chronic

illness. Geriatrics, 54 (5):56-61


114. Koenig, HG (1999). Religion and medicine. Lancet, 353 (9166):1804


115. Benson H, Cohen HJ, George LK, Koenig HG*, McCullough ME, Myers DG, Post SG, Worthington EL (1999). Exploring links between religion/spirituality and health: Position statement. Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine, 3 (1): 52-55. (*chairperson)


116. Koenig HG, Hays JC, Larson DB, George LK, Cohen HJ, McCullough M, Meador K, Blazer DG (1999). Does religious attendance prolong survival?: A six-year follow-up study of 3,968 older adults. Journal of Gerontology, Medical Sciences, 54A: M370-M377.


117. Koenig, HG (1999). The healing power of faith. Annals of Long-Term Care 7:381-384.


118. Koenig HG, Idler E, Kasl S, Hays J, George LK, Musick M, Larson DB, Collins T,

Benson H (1999). Religion, spirituality, and medicine: A rebuttal to skeptics.

International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 29, 123-131.


119. McCullough M, Larson DB, Koenig HG, Lerner R. The mismeasurement of religion in mortality research. Mortality, 4, 183-194.


120. Stolley, J. M., Buckwalter, K. C., & Koenig, H. G. (1999). Prayer and religious coping

for caregivers of persons with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders. American

Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders & Research, 14, 181-191.


121. Larson, DB, & Koenig, HG (1999). The role of spirituality in medical care.

Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, 67, 80-84


122. Pargament KI, Koenig HG, Perez LM (2000). Comprehensive measure of religious coping:

Development and initial validation of the RCOPE. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 56,

519-543.


123. George LK, Larson DB, Koenig HG, McCullough ME (2000). Spirituality and health: what

we know, what we need to know. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 19: 102-

116.


124. Gesler, W, Arcury, TA, Koenig, HG (2000). The Effects of Religion on Health among

Rural Older Adults with Different Cultural Backgrounds. Journal of Cross-Cultural

Gerontology 15(1):1-12


125. Meador, KG, & Koenig, HG (2000). Spirituality and religion in psychiatric practice:

Parameters and implications. Psychiatric Annals, 30, 549-555.


126. Koenig, HG (2000). Importance of religious community to older adults. The

Gerontologist, 40, 112-115


127. Helm, H., Hays, J.C., Flint, E., Koenig, H.G., Blazer, DG (2000). Effects of

private religious activity on mortality of elderly disabled and nondisabled adults.

Journal of Gerontology (Medical Sciences), 55A, M400-M405.


128. McCullough ME, Hoyt, W.T., Larson DB, Koenig HG, & Thoresen C (2000). Religious involvement and mortality: A meta-analytic review. Health Psychology, 19, 211-222.


129. Koenig, HG (2000). Psychoneuroimmunology and the faith factor. Journal of Gender-

Specific Medicine , 3 (5):37-44


130. Koenig, HG (2001). Editorial: Spirituality and medical practice. American

Family Physician, 63, 30-33.


131. Koenig, HG, & Larson, DB (2001). Religion and mental health: Evidence for an association.

International Review of Psychiatry, 13, 67-78


132. Koenig, HG (2001). Editorial: Exploring biopsychosocial and cultural aspects of medical

care: The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine in the 21st century.

International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 30, 195-202.


133. Larson, DB, Larson, SS, & Koenig, HG (2002). Mortality and religion/spirituality: A

brief review of the research. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 36, 1090-1098


134. Koenig HG, Larson DB, Larson SS (2001). Religion and coping with serious medical

illness. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 35, 352-359.


135. Harrison, O., Koenig, HG, Hays, JC, Pargament, KI (2001). Religious coping, stress, and

medical illness: An update. International Review of Psychiatry, 13, 86-93


136. Parker, M. W., Koenig, H. G., Fuller, G. F., Vaitkus, M, Bellis, J. M, Eitzen, J., Call,

V. (2001). Soldier and family wellness across the life course: a developmental

model of successful aging, spirituality and health promotion, Part I. Military

Medicine, 166 (6):485-489


137. Larson, D.B., Larson, S.S., Puchalski, C.M., Koenig, H.G. (2000). Patient spirituality in

clinical care: Clinical assessment and research findings. Part I. Primary Care Reports,

6 (20):167-172.


138. Koenig, H.G. (2000). Religion, spirituality and medicine: Application to clinical practice.

Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 284, 1708 (invited commentary)


139. Koenig, H.G. (2000). Editorial: "Protective effect of emotional vitality on adverse health

outcomes in disabled older women." Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 48,

1525-1526.


140. Koenig, H.G. (2000). Religion and Medicine. Response to "Should physicians prescribe

religious activities?" (L) New England Journal of Medicine 343:1339


141. Musick, M.A., Traphagan, J.W., Koenig, H.G., Larson, D.B. (2000). Spirituality in

physical health and aging. Journal of Adult Development, 7, 73-86.


142. Parker, M. W., Koenig, H. G., Fuller, G. F., Vaitkus, M, Bellis, J. M, Eitzen, J., Call,

V. (2001). Soldier and family wellness across the life course: a developmental

model of successful aging, spirituality and health promotion, Part II. Military

Medicine, 166 (7):561-570


143. Krucoff MW , Crater SW, Green CL, Maas AC, Seskevich JE, Lane JD, Loeffler KA,

Morris K, Bashore TM, Koenig HG (2001). Integrative noetic therapies as adjuncts to

percutaneous intervention during unstable coronary syndromes: The Monitoring &

Actualization of Noetic TRAinings (MANTRA) feasibility pilot. American Heart

Journal, 142:760-767.


144. Larson DB, Larson SS, Koenig HG (2001). The patient's religious-spiritual dimension:

The "forgotten factor" in mental health. Directions in Psychiatry, 21:307-333


145. Koenig, H. G. (2000). Religion and medicine I: Historical background and reasons for

separation. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 30, 385-398


146. Koenig, H. G. (2000). Depression in the medically ill: A common and serious disorder

(editorial). International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 30, 295-298


147. Koenig, H. G. (2001). Religion and medicine II: Religion, mental health, and related

behaviors. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 31, 97-109


148. Koenig HG (2001). Impact of belief on immune function. Modern Aspects of

Immunobiology, 1 (5):187-190


149. Haley, K.C., Koenig, H.G., Burchett, BM (2001). Relationship between private religious

activity and physical functioning in older adults. Journal of Religion and Health, 40:305-

312


150. Larson DB, Larson SS, Puchalski CM, Koenig HG. (2000). Patient spirituality

in clinical care: clinical assessment and research findings: Part II. Primary Care

Reports. 6 (21):173-180.


151. Pargament, KI, Koenig HG, Tarakeshwar, N, Hahn, J (2001). Religious struggle as a

predictor of mortality among medically ill elderly patients: A two-year longitudinal

study. Archives of Internal Medicine, 161, 1881-1885.


152. Koenig, H. G. (2001). Religion and medicine III: Developing a theoretical model.

International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 31 (2):217-234


153. Koenig, H. G. (2001). Religion and medicine IV: Religion, physical health, and clinical

implications. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 31 (3), 337-352.


154. Weaver A.J .,Flannelly, K,  Larson, D. B. , Stapleton, C. L., Koenig, H G. (2002). Mental

health issues among clergy and other religious professionals: A review of the research.

Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling 56:393-403


155. Flannelly, L.T., Flannelly, K. and Weaver A.J.  (2002).  "Religious and Spiritual Variables

In Three Major Oncology Nursing Journals: 1990-1999." Oncology Nursing Forum,

29(4), 679-685.


156. Koenig, H.G. (2001). Editorial. Religion, spirituality and medicine: How are they related

and what does it mean? Mayo Clinic Proceedings 76:1189-1191


157. Koenig, H. G. (2002). An 83-year-old woman with chronic illness and strong religious

beliefs. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) 288 (4): 487-493 (invited

commentary)


158. Ai, A.L., Peterson, C., Bolling, S.F., & Koenig, H. (2002). Private prayer and the optimism

of middle-age and older patients awaiting cardiac surgery. The Gerontologist 42(1):70-

81, 2002


159. Flannelly, K, Weaver, A. J., Larson, D. B., Koenig, H.G. (2002). A review of mortality

research on clergy and other religious professionals. Journal of Religion and Health 41

(1):57-68


160. Koenig, H.G. (2002). The role of religion and spirituality at the end of life. The

Gerontologist 2002; 42 (supplement):20S-23S.


161. Koenig HG (2002). Religion, congestive heart failure and chronic pulmonary disease.

Journal of Religion and Health 41(3):263-278


162. Crowther M, Parker M, Larimore WL, Achenbaum A., Koenig HG. (2002). Rowe and

Kahn’s model of successful aging revisited: Positive spirituality the forgotten factor. The

Gerontologist 2002; 42: 613-620


163. Brooks, R.G., & Koenig, H.G. (2002). Crossing the secular divide: government and faith-

based organizations as partners in health (editorial). International Journal of Psychiatry

in Medicine 32:223-234 (Dr. Brooks is former Secretary of Health for the state of

Florida)


164. Koenig HG, Brooks RG (2002). Religion, health and aging: Introduction. Public Policy

and Aging Report 32:13-19


165. Brooks RG, Koenig HG (2002). Religion, health and aging: Implications for public policy

and health care. Public Policy and Aging Report 32:23-26


166. Weaver, A.J., Samford, J.A., Morgan, V., Larson, D.B., Koenig, H.G. and Flannelly, K.J

(2002).  "A Systematic Review of Research in Six Primary Marriage and Family

Journals: 1995-1999."  American Journal of Family Therapy, 30, 293-309.


167. Weaver A.J., Flannelly, L.T., Flannelly, K.J., VandeCreek, L., Koenig, H.G. and Handzo,

G. (2001).  "A Ten Year Review Of Research On Chaplains And Community Based

Clergy In Three Primary Oncology Nursing Journals: 1990-1999."  Cancer Nursing,

23(5), 335-340


168. Koenig HG (2003). Editorial. Religion, spirituality and medicine: An American

physician’s response. The Medical Journal of Australia 178:51-52.


169. Koenig HG (2002). Spirituality and chronic illness (L). Journal of the American Medical

Association 288: 2542


170. Parker M, Roff LL, Klemmack DL, Koenig HG, Baker P, Allman RM (2003). Religiosity

and mental health in southern, community-dwelling older adults. Aging and Mental

Health, 7:390-397


171. Koenig HG (2003). Religion, Spirituality and Health. The Medical Journal of Australia

178:415-416


172. Cohen, A.B., & Koenig, H.G.  (2003).  Religion, religiosity and spirituality in the

biopsychosocial model of health and ageing. Ageing International, 28, 215-241.


173. Crowther M, Baker P, Larimore W, Koenig HG, Parker M (2003). Spiritual and emotional

well being tasks associated with elder care. Geriatric Care Management Journal 13

(1):15-21.


174. Koenig HG, George LK, Titus P (2004). Religion, spirituality and health in medically ill

hospitalized older patients. Journal of the American Geriatrics Association 52:554–562


175. Koenig HG, George LK, Titus P, Meador KG (2003). Religion, spirituality and health

service use by older hospitalized patients. Journal of Religion and Health 42(4):301-314


176. Koenig HG (2004). Spirituality, wellness, and quality of life. Sexuality, Reproduction and

Menopause (a journal of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine) 2(2):76-82


177. Koenig HG (2004). Religion, spirituality and medicine. Research findings and implications

for clinical practice. Southern Medical Journal 97:1194-1200


178. Roff LL, Klemmack DL, Parker M, Koenig HG, Crowther M, Baker PS, Allman RM

(2004). Depression and religiosity in African American and white community-dwelling

older adults. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 24:337-354


179. Hall DE, Curlin F, Koenig HG (2003). When clinical medicine collides with religion.

The Lancet, 362:S28-S29


180. Ai AL, Peterson C, Tice TN, Bolling SF, Koenig HG (2004). Faith-based and secular

pathways to hope and optimism sub-constructs in middle-aged and older cardiac patients.

Journal of Health Psychology 9 (3): 435-450


181. Hall DE, Koenig HG (2003). Christian Science on Trial: Religious Healing in America.

(book review). New England Journal of Medicine 349(26):2574-2575


182. Koenig HG (2003). Editorial: Health care and faith communities: How are they

related? Journal of General Internal Medicine 18:962-963


183. Koenig HG, George LK, Titus P, Meador KG (2004). Religion, spirituality, acute hospital and

long-term care use by older patients. Archives of Internal Medicine 164:1579-1585


184. Hall DE, Koenig HG, Meador KG (2004). Conceptualizing “Religion”: How language

shapes and constrains knowledge in the study of religion and health Perspectives in

Biology and Medicine 47 (3): 386–401


185. Grunberg GE, Crater SW, Green CL, Seskevich J, Lane JD, Koenig HG, Bashore TM,

Morris KG, Mark DB, Krucoff MW (2003). Correlations of subjective perception and

clinical outcome in patients undergoing coronary angioplasty. Cardiology in Review

11(6): 309-317


186. Parker M, Roff LL, Myers DR, Martin JA, Larimore WL, Klemmack D, Allman RM,

Toseland RW, Fine C, Campisi L, Koenig HG, Cook S, Moore F (2003). Parent care and

religion: A faith-based intervention model for caregiving readiness of congregational

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