Qualifications/Curriculum Vitae

Name: David L. McCann, M.D., D.L.F.A.P.A.
4190 Highland Drive, Suite 102
Salt Lake City, UT 84124
Phone (801) 272-9205 Fax (801) 272-9208
Medical Specialty: Psychiatry. General Adult Psychiatry. Organizational and
Occupational Psychiatry. Independent Medical Evaluations.
Bachelor of Science in Molecular and Genetic Biology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
Doctor of Medicine Degree
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Lombard and Green Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Residency in Psychiatry
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina 72204
Residency in Psychiatry
University of Utah College of Medicine
50 North Medical Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84113
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. - Psychiatry 1977
1974-1977 Staff Psychiatrist - V.A. Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah
1976-Present Private Practice - Salt Lake City, Utah
1986 Adult Services Director - CPC-Olympus View Hospital, Salt Lake
City, Utah
1986-1989 Medical Director, Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Treatment -
CPC-Olympus View Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah
1987-1989 Medical Director - CPC-Olympus View Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah
1988-1996 Appointed Member, Utah Physician’s Licensing Board
1995 Editorial Consultant - Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental
2004-2005 Re-appointed to Utah Physician Licensing Board
2006-2012 Governing Board, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry
30+ years of complex Independent Medical Evaluations have been provided for a wide
variety of clients over the past 30 years or more.
1980 Course Moderator, “Common Psychiatric Problems” - Annual
Scientific Meeting of the Utah State Medical Association
1980-1981 President, Utah Psychiatric Association
1982-1986 Elected Member and Chairman - Credentials Committee, St. Mark's
1986 Executive Committee - CPC-Olympus View Hospital
1993 Site Investigator: "The Multicenter Trial for Efficacy and Safety of
Sertraline in the Treatment of Major Depression", Protocol
#R-010908. Quintiles Pacific, Inc. for Rorig Division Pharmaceuticals
Group, Pfizer, Inc.
1999 David L. McCann - “Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the Workplace,”
Intracorp, (audience of disability, rehabilitation managers and
2000 David L. McCann - Psychiatric Issues in the Workplace,
Salt Lake City Corporation (presented to a multi-disciplinary
group of personnel managers)
Utah Medical Association
American Medical Association
Utah Psychiatric Association
American Psychiatric Association
Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry
Fellow - American Psychiatric Association, 1987
Distinguished Fellow, American Psychiatric Association, 2003
Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association, 2006
1974-2000 Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry - University of Utah School of Medicine
2000 Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry - University of Utah School of
McCann, David L., 1992: "Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Due to Devastating Burns
Overcome by Single Session of Eye Movement Desensitization," Journal of Behavior
Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, Volume 23, #4.
McCann, David L., 1997: “EMDR” (1992 article published as a chapter of a book in
McCann, David L., 2005: “Arbitration: Make It Work for You!”, Utah Psychiatric
Association News, Spring 2005 Issue/February.
McCann, David L., 2010: “Utah Courts Have Determined That Independent Medical
Examiners Cannot Be Sued for Malpractice”
David L. McCann, M.D., 1990: "Psychiatric Impairment and Chronic Soft Tissue Pain",
Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, Conference on
Managing Compensable Disability.
David L. McCann, M.D., 1992: "Antidepressants", St. Mark's Hospital Division of
Family Practitioners
David L. McCann, M.D., 1999: “EMDR, Basic Methods,” University of Utah
Neuropsychiatric Institute - presentation to medical staff
David L. McCann, M.D., 2000: “Emotional Effects of Malpractice Litigation,”
Utah Medical Insurance Association (presented to UMIA insured
David L. McCann, M.D., February 2, 2002: “PTSD With EMDR Therapy”, University of
Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute, Psychiatric Noon Conference.
David L. McCann, M.D., August 20, 2002: “Tracking Medication to Augment Treatment”,
University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute, Psychiatric Noon Conference.
David L. McCann, April 9, 2003: “Practical Aspects of Living With Someone Who Has
Mental Illness, and Support for Family Members Who Have Anxiety and Depression”,
NAMI-Utah-Salt Lake City.
David L. McCann, November 2, 2004: “Trauma, PTSD, and Conversion Disorder,
Cause and Effect”, University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute, Psychiatric Noon
David L. McCann, January 17, 2007: “Psychiatric Consequences of Injury –
Determination of Cause”, Workers Compensation Fund of Utah.
David L. McCann, April 15, 2007: “Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Conversion
Disorder – Determination of Cause in the Context of Injury Claims”, AOOP 18th Annual
Meeting, Chicago, Illinois
David L. McCann, March 16, 2008: “Treating Occupational PTSD to Resolution.
Building a Traumatic Incident Intervention Program with Industry”, AOOP 19th Annual
Meeting, Chicago, Illinois
David L. McCann, November, 2011: “Postal Service Criteria for Assessing Risk for
Violence”, AOOP, 22nd Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois

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