Dr. Ruben is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. He was the Director of Continuing Education for the Department of Psychiatry for 18 years. He was the President of the Department of Psychiatry Alumni Association for two years and currently serves on the Voluntary Faculty Committee. He started the first Crisis Intervention Unit at Yale New Haven Hospital in 1982. He has been teaching a tutorial on psychiatric interviewing to third year Yale medical students in the CIU for over 25 years. He hosted a nationally syndicated mental health issues call-in radio show on the NBC radio network for over 11 years. He was the Public Affairs Chairman of the American Psychiatric Association for 6 years and the President of the National Association of Medical Communicators for 2 years. He has authored 3 books for lay audiences pertaining to understanding mental health related issues. He has edited, co-authored or authored a total of 28 books, chapters and journal articles.
|Nancy C.A. Roeske, M.D. Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Medical Education||American Psychiatric Association||2008|
|Distinguished Life Fellow||American Psychiatric Association||2004|
|Outstanding Clinical Faculty Award||Yale Department of Psychiatry||2000|
|Francis J. Braceland Award for Public Service||American Psychiatric Association||1992|
|Presidential Mission Award||National Mental Health Association||1992|
|Robinson Electronic Media Award||American Psychiatric Association||1989|