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James L. Buchal, OSB No.

921618
MURPHY & BUCHAL LLP
3425 SE Yamhill Street, Suite 100
Portland, OR 97214
Tel: 503-227-1011
Fax: 503-573-1939
E-mail: jbuchal@mbllp.com
Attorneys for Plaintiffs

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE DISTRICT OF OREGON

EUGENE DIVISION

OPEN OUR OREGON, DA CIELO LLC, No.


THE MOUNT HOOD MIXER SHOP,
INC., UNDER THE SKIN TATTOO DECLARATION OF DR. THOMAS
LLC, BRYANT LLC, KUEBLER'S
FURNITURE, INC., KATHY SALDANA, DODSON
as an individual; MICHELE
KARPONTINIS, as an individual; and
DAVID PARSON, as an individual,

Plaintiffs,

v.

KATE BROWN, in her official capacity as


the Governor of the State of Oregon,
LILLIAN SHIRLEY, in her official
capacity as Public Health Director of the
State of Oregon,

Defendants.

Thomas William Dodson, M.D., declares:

1. I am a physician practicing General and Forensic Psychiatry in Portland,

Oregon, and make this Declaration in support of plaintiffs' motion for equitable relief

concerning the emergency Executive Orders of the Governor. I practice adult psychiatry

in the Goose Hollow neighborhood and have been self-employed full time there for

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twenty seven years. I am past President of the Oregon Psychiatric Physicians

Association, Board Certified in Psychiatry with Added Qualifications in Forensic

Psychiatry, Clinical Associate Professor of Oregon Health Sciences University, and

Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. I am on the hospital staff

at Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital, Legacy Emanuel Hospital, and Providence St.

Vincent Hospital. I have enclosed my curriculum vitae which outlines my education and

professional activities. I make this declaration based on my medical knowledge, clinical

experience and judgment, and knowledge of available data from states and governments.

2. Oregon’s response to COVID-19 has been to institute policies as outlined

in the complaint. Initially we had concerns that COVID-19 would cause so much illness

that our hospitals would not be able to provide the care that was available. We have

learned that we can cope with the medical aspects of COVID-19 and have enough of bed

space, ventilators, and supplies to manage the current patient loads. Hospitals have surge

plans in place and we have the resources both locally and federally to help, should there

be need in the future. We know that the major risk of COVID-19 is among those who are

elderly and who have comorbid illnesses like hypertension, asthma, COPD (chronic

obstructive pulmonary disease), Diabetes, and Obesity. We know that people with

compromised immune systems are also at increased risk of death. Immunity is

developing from this illness and when it develops further in the population the incidence

of the disease will decrease. We have one expedited FDA approved drug for COVID-19,

remdesivir, which lessens the duration of illness. The infection fatality rate (number of

people who have been infected with the virus and have died) as estimated by the World

Health Organization is .94 percent. Oregon’s current estimate of the number of people

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infected with COVID 10 and expected to die is .8 percent. Litigation involving COVID-

19 have utilized precedents in 1905 based on the case fatality rate during the smallpox

epidemic. The case fatality rate is based on the number of people who have become ill

with the virus and have died. Smallpox had a case fatality rate of 30 percent. The case

fatality rate in Oregon is currently 4 percent.1 The impact of the decisions that were

made during the course of the epidemic and today, will not fully be understood and

appreciated for two to three years. Oregon has been required to make decisions based on

very limited information.

3. The eradication of COVID-19 is unlikely, and we most likely will be

living with this illness from this time forward. Oregon hospitals have provided good care

for our citizens and are prepared to continue providing care in the event of future surges

which are likely. There have not been massive serious infections among our health

personnel in hospitals which might imperil our ability to cope with this virus. Our

citizens for the most part have been very compliant with government recommendations

both federally and on the state level. The majority of Oregon citizens have been

sacrificing their liberty and pursuit of happiness for the benefit of people in the most

vulnerable populations. The very structural integrity of our country was questioned

seriously by a variety of statisticians around the world who have fortunately been wrong.2

Many of our statistical models have been proven wrong and statistical models cannot,

with certainty, tell us what will happen in the future. Different statisticians working with

1
Oregon Health Authority Website updated 5/8/20
2
Osborn, MD The Scientist Whose Doomsday Pandemic Model Predicted Armageddon
Just Walked Back The Apocalyptic Predictions The Federalist 3/26/20

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the same data can come to different conclusions. Oregon places great faith in data and

science in making its decisions about when and how to move forward.

4. Oregon has not shown that there is consensus within the medical

community at large in Oregon that the measures it is taking are necessary. Oregon seems

to have relied on the refined knowledge of statistical modeling which is understood by

few because of its complexity and has high variance among its professionals. Oregon’s

reliance on statistical modeling, a very complex endeavor, likely not fully appreciated by

the political office holders making the decisions, represents a significant concern for it

being misused for political purposes. Politicians are putting their trust in statisticians

without the education and background to fully understand their reasoning. This allows

political figures to empower statisticians who may or may not have significant biases. In

addition statistical modeling is based on assumption and theory. Different statisticians

with the same data can come to very different conclusions from that data. The statistical

modeling that is used is often dramatically changed over time by emerging new

assumptions and data. It is known that statistical modeling failed during the HIV

epidemic.3 Statistical modeling is theoretical and based on assumptions. Statistical

models will always turn out to be wrong in some way or other, because they rely on very

strong assumptions about aspects of disease we haven’t thoroughly studied yet. In

addition, the utility of the science of COVID-19 is limited and over reliance on science

that is not integrated with clinical judgment can cause negative impacts on mortality and

morbidity.

3
Culshaw, R. Mathematical Modeling of AIDS Progression: Limitations, Expectations,
and Future Directions Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons Volume II Number
4 Winter 2006.

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5. The statistics that I have compiled are not based on statistical modeling

and are easily obtainable from state and federal websites.4 I have included two charts,

one which shows the number of fatalities as of 5/6/20. By a simple calculation, I have

been able to arrive at the number of cases per one hundred thousand based on the

equation of x/100,000 = number of fatalities/population. The second chart shows the

cause of death per 100,000 of various Oregon diseases compiled by the Oregon Health

Authority as occurred in 2018.5

COVID-19 Fatalities and Death per One Hundred Thousand (5/6/20)

Fatalities Death per 100,000

France 25,531 39

Illinois 2,838 22

United States 68,279 21

Colorado 903 16

Georgia 1,299 12

Washington 862 11

Oregon 113 3

4
Center For Disease Control Website, Oregon Health Authority Website, Washington
Health Department Website, Illinois Department of Public Health Website, Colorado
Health Department Website, Georgia Health Department Website.
5
Oregon Health Authority Fatalities, Vol. 2, Table 3 (2018).

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As we can see Oregon has less deaths per 100,000 compared to the other locations.

Oregon Fatalities and Death per One Hundred Thousand (2018)

Fatalities Death per 100,000

Malignant Neoplasms 8,161 389

Diseases of the Heart 6,814 325

Unintended Injuries 2,067 99

Cerebrovascular 2,027 97
Disease

Chronic Lower 1,919 92


Respiratory Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease 1,867 89

Diabetes Mellitus 1,224 59

Alcohol-induced Death 930 45

Suicide 843 41

Hypertension & hyp. 607 30


renal disease

Influenza & 528 25


pneumonia

Parkinson’s Disease 482 23

Nephritis, nephrotic 395 20


syndrome, etc.

Neoplasms not known 224 11


to be malignant

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Septicemia 217 11

Aortic aneurysm 155 7

Pneumonitis due to 132 6


solids & liquids

Amyotrophic lateral 143 7


sclerosis

COVID-19 Oregon 113 3


(May 2020-2 months)6

6. The chart shows where COVID-19 stands as of May 6, 2020 in regards to

the causes of death. It is currently the 18th leading cause of death in Oregon. As deaths

rise from COVID-19 it will move up the chart. The COVID-19 statistics are based on

approximately 2 months when the first Oregon fatality occurred. The infectious nature of

COVID-19 makes its incidence dynamic over time and not static like most of the other

numbers in the chart. As such it is not possible to extrapolate accurately what the death

will be over a 12-month period. How far COVID-19 moves up the chart over the year

will depend on the role of known variables. These include whether the virus subsides in

the summer, whether it will return and surge, whether effective treatments will reduce

mortality, the effectiveness of social distancing measures, whether a vaccine is available,

whether herd immunity is established, the current extent of people who have immunity,

and the extent to which physicians refine current treatment efforts and other factors.

7. Oregon’s use of police powers to abrogate the liberty of our citizens has or

will cause an increase in emotional, mental, and behavioral illness. There are statistics

6
Based on only 2 months and not strictly comparable to the data from other causes of
death which are based on 12 months

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that are available both historically and contemporaneously in Oregon, and nationally, that

are associated with mental health mortality and morbidity that pertain to an assessment of

the effects of COVID. These are as follows

Alcohol and Drug Sales:

1) The Oregon Liquor Control Commission says state-controlled liquor stores sold

close to $66 million in distilled spirits in March, a 20% increase compared to the

previous year and a new record for the month.7

2) According to Oregon's Liquor Control Commission, marijuana sales in the state

reached nearly $85 million last month. That's more than a $20 million increase,

compared to last March.8

8. Alcohol Use Disorder is a common disorder with a prevalence in adults in

the United States of 8.5 percent. It is much greater among men than women (12.5

percent versus 4.9 percent). Race/ Ethnic subgroups vary in prevalence with Hispanics

6.0 percent, Native Americans and Alaskan Natives 5.0 percent, Whites 5.0 percent,

African Americans 1.8 percent, and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders 1.6 percent.

Alcohol use disorder is associated with the risk of accidents, violence, and suicide. It is

estimated that one in five intensive care unit admissions in some urban hospitals is related

to alcohol and that 40 percent of individuals experience an adverse event at some time in

7
Sickinger, Ted “Oregon liquor stores see record March sales”, The Oregonian/Oregon
Live, 4-14-2020 file:///D:/COVID%2010/Coronavirus%20-%20Wikipedia.html
8
“Oregon marijuana hits breaking-record sales in March, liquor sales see increase during
COVID-19 pandemic” Fox12 new, 4-8-2020
file:///D:/COVID%2010/Oregon%20marijuana%20hits%20breaking-
record%20sales%20in%20March,%20liquor%20sales%20see%20increase%20during%2
0COVID-19%20pandemic.html

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their lives. Alcohol accounts for up to 55 percent of fatal driving events.9 The increase

in alcohol sales are likely leading to increased consumption, relapse in alcohol use

disorder individuals in remission, and the development of increased prevalence of alcohol

use disorder in the population. Stress levels are an associated risk factor for the

development of alcohol use disorders as well. Oregon has consistently ranked in the top

ten states for alcohol use disorders.10 We can expect increased rates of fatal car

accidents, violence, and suicide all related to the stress associated with actions instituted

by Oregon during COVID-19. The increase in alcohol use disorder prevalence will likely

lead to additional mortality related to cirrhosis, cardiovascular disease, and dementia.

9. Cannabis Use Disorder is used to cope with physiological or psychological

problems. Higher cognitive functions are compromised in cannabis users and the

relationship appears to be dose dependent both acutely and chronically. This may

contribute to increased difficulty at school or work. It is related to a reduction in

prosocial goal directed activity which has been labeled by some as the motivational

syndrome which manifests itself in poor school performance and employment problems.

Suicide Rates:

1) The U.S. suicide rate was 12.1 per 100,000 from 1920 to 1928 during the

Roaring Twenties. After the stock market crash of 1929, the suicide rate skyrocketed

50% to 18.1 per 100,000. The suicide rate over the next decade of economic

9
DSM-5 American Psychiatric Association
10
Recovery Connection Website

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depression (1930-1940) stayed at a terribly high 15.4 per 100,000, until the national

emergency of World War II, when it declined significantly.11

2) After the 2008 economic crisis, rates of suicide increased in the European and

American countries studied, particularly in men and in countries with higher levels of

job loss. The increases in suicide mainly occurred in men in the 27 European and 18

American counties; the suicide rates were 4.2% (3.4% to 5.1%) and 6.4% (5.4% to

7.5%) higher, respectively, in 2009 than expected if earlier trends had continued.12

3) Unemployment is a well-established risk factor for suicide. In fact, 1 in 3 people

who die by suicide are unemployed at the time of their deaths. For every one-point

increase in the unemployment rate, the suicide rate tends to increase .78 points. One

of the silent drivers of our current suicide crisis is the high percentage of working-age

men not participating in the labor force.

10. The suicide rates in Oregon are elevated compared to other states in the

US. If we extrapolate data from the stock market crash of 1929, the Great Depression,

and the recession of 2008 we can make estimates about the suicide rate as associated with

COVID-19 in Oregon. There were 864 suicides in Oregon in 2019. A fifty percent rise in

the suicide rate like what was associated with the stock market collapse would indicate

that the number of suicides would be 1,296. The number of additional suicide deaths

11
Sullivan, Glen“Will COVID-19 Make the Suicide Crisis Worse?”, Psychology Today,
3-22-2020 file:///D:/COVID%2010/Oregon%20marijuana%20hits%20breaking-
record%20sales%20in%20March,%20liquor%20sales%20see%20increase%20during%2
0COVID-19%20pandemic.html
12
Impact of 2008 global economic crisis on suicide: time trend study in 54 countries,
BMJ 8-17-2013
file:///D:/COVID%2010/List%20of%20U.S.%20states%20by%20population%20-
%20Simple%20English%20Wikipedia,%20the%20free%20encyclopedia.html

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would be 432. If we use a 5.3 percent increase in suicide that was associated with the

recession in 2008 the additional deaths would be 46 by suicide per year and the total 910

suicide deaths. If we use the great depression of a 15.4 percent increase the suicide

additional suicides per year would be 133 for a total of 997 per year. Financial stress is

associated with the risk of suicide in our culture. Oregon will experience an increase in

suicide related to the detrimental effects on employment caused by Oregon’s actions

during COVID-19.

Domestic Violence:

1) Domestic Violence Calls to the Bend Police Department have increased 20

percent over levels in 2018 and 2019 during the COVD-19 lockdown13

2) Domestic violence arrests are up 27% year-over-year between March 12 and

March 23, Portland Police Bureau Chief Jami Resch said Wednesday, and a 12%

increase in arrests compared to the two weeks before Portland’s emergency

declaration14

3) Psychologist Carrie Lippy, PhD, director of the National LGBTQ Institute on

IPV, says sexual and gender minorities are also at an increased risk for domestic

13
Andrews, Garrett Domestic violence calls rise in Bend during quarantine KGW8
4/28/20
file:///D:/COVID%2010/Domestic%20violence%20calls%20rise%20in%20Bend%20duri
ng%20quarantine%20_%20kgw.com.html
14
PPB Continues to Monitor Data During Pandemic; Domestic Violence Arrests are Up,
Portland Police Bureau, 03/25/2020

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violence during the COVID-19 pandemic, partly because of the stressors they already

experience as marginalized members of society.15

4) Children are also especially vulnerable to abuse during the pandemic, says child

psychologist Yo Jackson, PhD, associate director of the Child Maltreatment Solutions

Network at Penn State. Research shows that increased stress levels among parents is

often a major predictor of physical abuse and neglect of children, she says.16

5) The percentage of women who consider their mental health to be poor is almost

three times higher among women with a history of violence than among those

without.17

6) Women with disabilities have a 40 percent greater risk of intimate partner

violence, especially severe violence, than women without disabilities.18

7) On average, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or

boyfriends every day.19

15
Abramson, Ashley How COVID-19 may increase domestic violence and child abuse,
American Psychological Association, 4/8/20 file:///D:/COVID%2010/How%20COVID-
19%20may%20increase%20domestic%20violence%20and%20child%20abuse-
LGBT.html
16
Abramson, Ashley How COVID-19 may increase domestic violence and child abuse,
American Psychological Association, 4/8/20 file:///D:/COVID%2010/How%20COVID-
19%20may%20increase%20domestic%20violence%20and%20child%20abuse-
LGBT.html
17
Boseley, Sarah, Domestic Abuse Victims More Likely to Suffer From Mental Illness -
Study 05/07/2019
18
American Psychological Association, Intimate Partner Violence Facts and Resources,
2012
19
Bureau of Justice Statistics Crime Data Brief, 02/2003

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11. A history of domestic violence is common in my patients and often tied in

with the issues which interfere with their social and occupational functioning and also

their distress. In addition, childhood sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, and

neglect are common and can be a major contributor to the outcome in their lives. Child

abuse is a risk factor for many mental health problems including Intellectual Disability,

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder, Social Anxiety disorder, Panic disorder,

Agoraphobia, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Post

Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bulimia Nervosa, Conduct Disorders, Personality disorders20

and other disorders. By definition, these disorders are associated with varying elements

of social impairment, occupational impairment, or distress. There will be an accumulated

mental health disorder burden associated with the rise in domestic violence caused by

Oregon’s actions during COVID-19.

12. Oregon’s actions during COVID-19 treat individual Oregonians as being

unable to keep themselves, their neighbors, and their community safe by voluntary

means. State recommendations rather than police powers would have been less

detrimental to and more conducive to reducing future passivity and helplessness in

Oregonians in their interaction with government. Oregon citizens run the very real risk

of being demoralized, passive, and helpless in addition to being broke, by Oregon’s

continued use of Executive Order. The result of this deprivation of liberty in the future

will be anger. How Oregonian’s deal with that anger is unknown. They may turn it

against themselves and become self-destructive. They may develop a passive and

fatalistic attitude about their capability to be in control of their life. They may direct it

20
DSM-5 American Psychiatric Association 2013.

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against the government in antisocial ways. Or they may use it in a positive way to work

harder to build a more democratic, rather than a more totalitarian government, a less top

down and a more grassroots and collaborative relationship with its citizenry.

13. The effects of the Executive Orders will likely have effects on worker

motivation and productivity well into the future which will affect the states revenue and

capacity to meet its financial obligations to its most vulnerable and ill citizens. Sustained

unemployment is associated with a reduction in employment drive and discipline in

people. It is likely that suicide, homicide, child abuse, alcoholism, drug use, and

criminality will increase because of the stress associated with a government, deeply in

debt, which can’t prove that it will put food on the table, pay a mortgage or rent, and

provide employment. While Oregon has relied on science, the science is not established

about COVID-19. The overreliance on statistical modeling by Oregon during COVID-19

has been counterproductive to deciding what is best for Oregonians' health. Oregon has

failed to reach out to all the states physicians, nurses, naturopaths, and osteopaths, across

private, public, and charitable health efforts and figured in the input into decision making.

Oregon has not shown that there is consensus within the medical community at large in

Oregon that the measures it is taking are necessary. In a circumstance such as this,

requiring clinical judgment, the state has overly relied on the refined knowledge of

statistical modeling which is understood by few because of its complexity and it also has

high variance.

14. In my opinion, the effect of a continued lockdown in Oregon will be

detrimental to the mental, emotional, and behavioral health of Oregonians. The use of

the Executive Order and Oregon’s Police Powers during COVID-19 will have long

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lasting impacts upon Oregon citizens who have been treated as if they don’t have the

capability of dealing with the realities of a communicable disease without being forced to

act the way in which the government instructs. Oregon could have utilized its capacity to

engage in a sustained and balanced public information campaign to educate and provide

guidance to its citizens as we moved through this pandemic. It could have reserved its

police powers to those who exhibited gross negligence in their conduct. Instead Oregon

has treated its citizenry as people who can’t be trusted to understand the public health

issues and to do what is right for their neighbors, community, and themselves. Whether

the anger associated with this violation of liberty will be directed in positive ways,

conducive of strengthening our democratic and constitutional values, or negative ways in

the form of passivity in relation to government or aggression toward their fellow citizens

or themselves are yet to be determined. Oregon should drop the Executive Orders

immediately, implement balanced educational information by various media, and switch

to voluntary measures by its citizens based on a balanced combination of statistics, the

available science which needs to be tempered with its utility in making this decision, and

broad input of all health care providers in Oregon.

I certify under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.

DATED: May 11, 2020.

/s/ Thomas William Dodson, M.D.

I hereby attest that I have on file all holographic signatures corresponding to any

signatures indicated by a conformed signature (/s/) within this e-filed document.

/s/ James L. Buchal

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THOMAS W. DODSON, M.D., P.C.
2187 SW Main Street, Ste 102
Portland, OR 97205-1123
(503) 228-0370

CREDENTIALS: Board Certification in Psychiatry with Added Qualifications in


Forensic Psychiatry
State Licensure Oregon
Clinical Associate Professor Oregon Health Sciences University
Distinguished Fellow American Psychiatric Association

MEDICAL EXPERIENCE:

1993-present Private Practice


• General Adult Outpatient (90%)
• Forensic Psychiatry (5%)
• Administrative and Teaching (5%)
• Medical Staff Providence St. Vincent Hospital, Good Samaritan
Hospital and Emmanuel Hospital

1992 Staff Psychiatrist: Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center, Jessup Maryland


• Treatment 30 bed maximum security ward
• Secretary of medical staff
• Competency, criminal responsibility, and dangerousness evaluations

1991-1992 Fellow in Forensic Psychiatry: Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore Maryland


• Psychiatric evaluations regarding:
-Competency to stand trial
-Criminal responsibility
-Conditional release
-Juvenile reverse waiver
-Dangerousness
-Malpractice
-Worker’s Compensation
-Disability
-Fitness for Duty
• Consultation to Division of Corrections, State of Maryland
• Inpatient treatment of patients undergoing forensic evaluations
• Research on smoking policies in maximum security psychiatric
hospitals
• Teaching residents and medical students

1991 Consulting Psychiatrist: Clinical Service, Inc., Memphis Tennessee


• Consultations to nursing homes
• Consultations to mental retardation workshops

1989-1991 Staff Psychiatrist: Plateau Mental Health Center, Cookeville Tennessee


• Acute inpatient adult treatment
• Outpatient adult treatment
• Forensic evaluations

Exhibit 1 to Declaration of Dr. Thomas Dodson, Page 1


• Supervision of other professional staff
• Some treatment of children and adolescents

1988-1989 Staff Psychiatrist: Bronx Psychiatric Center, Bronx New York


• Treatment of all male 35 bed admissions unit
• Treatment chronic mental retardation unit and over 40 female unit

Thomas William Dodson, M.D. Page 2

1986-1987 Staff Psychiatrist: Queens Hospital Center, Jamaica New York


• Acute 25 bed male and female inpatient unit

1979 Physical Medicine Summer Fellowship


Westchester County Medical Center, Valhalla New York

1976-1977 Immunology Research Technologist


Virginia Mason Research Center, Seattle Washington

PSYCHIATRY RESIDENCY AND FELLOWSHIP:

1982-1986 Psychiatry Residency


Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York City
New York Medical College

1992 Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship


University Of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland

EDUCATION:

1982 Doctor of Medicine


New York Medical College Valhalla New York

1976 Bachelor of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology


University of Washington Seattle, Washington

COMMITTEES:

2004-present Alternate Psychiatry Delegate to Oregon Medical Association


House of Delegates
2004-2013 Oregon Psychiatric Association Chairperson, Public
Information and Education Committee
2006-2007 President, Oregon Psychiatric Association

2006-2009 National Alliance for Mentally Ill-OR/Public Policy/Legislative Committee

Exhibit 1 to Declaration of Dr. Thomas Dodson, Page 2


PRESENTATIONS:

2008 Preventing Suicide


NAMI-OR Annual Meeting

2001 Evaluating Physicians’ Sexual Offenses


American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Annual Meeting

2000 Independent Medical Evaluations


Grand Rounds-Department of Psychiatry OHSU

1993 Intimate Homicide: The Role of Alcohol and Drugs


American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Annual Meeting

1992 Smoking Cessation in Maximum Security Hospitals in the United States


American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Annual Meeting

Thomas William Dodson, M.D. Page 3

1987 Anticonvulsant Treatment in Psychiatry


Queens Hospital Center Grand Rounds

HONORS AND AWARDS:

2009 Distinguished Fellow, American Psychiatric Association

2007 American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology

1991 National Health Service Corps Commendation

1979 Medical School Honors in Psychiatry and Microbiology

1976 Cum Laude Graduate, University of Washington

TEACHING:

2007-Present OHSU Fellowship Program, Civil Forensic Psychiatry, yearly teaching


seminars on Psychiatric Disability, Workers Compensation, Malpractice
and supervision of forensic fellows in selected cases

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS: Providence St. Vincent’s Hospital


Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital
Legacy Emanuel Hospital

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

American Psychiatric Association


American Medical Association
American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Oregon Psychiatric Association
Oregon Medical Association
Medical Society of Metropolitan Portland
Exhibit 1 to Declaration of Dr. Thomas Dodson, Page 3

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