Research and Publications

 

Licensure:

Licensed Physician, District of Columbia: #19353

Licensed Physician, State of Virginia: #0101047531

 




Certifications:

Diplomate of National Board of Medical Examiners

(#222583), June 10, 1982


Diplomate in Internal Medicine, American Board of

Internal Medicine (#092571),

September 14, 1983

 




Education:

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ: Bachelor of Arts,

cum laude, Romance Languages and Special Program in

European Civilization, l976


Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC:

Doctor of Medicine, 1980


University of Connecticut School of Medicine
,

Farmington, CT: Internship and

Residency in Internal Medicine, 1980-1983 (James

Freston, MD, Chairman of Medicine)


Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT:

Robert Wood Johnson Clinical

Scholars Program and Clinical Fellowship in Internal

Medicine, 1983-1985

(Alvan R. Feinstein, MD, Director)

 




Professional Experience:

Instructor, Yale University School of Medicine


Staff Physician, New Haven Hospital,

New Haven, CT, 1983-1985


Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of

Connecticut School of Medicine and Staff


Physician, John Dempsey Hospital, Farmington, CT;


Staff Physician, Department of Veterans Affairs Medical

Center, Newington, CT, 1985-1991


Chief of Internal Medicine, Minirth, Meier, and Byrd Clinic


Founder and Director, National Center for Chronic

Fatigue, Arlington, VA;


Staff Physician, Northern Virginia Doctors Hospital,

Arlington, VA, and Psychiatric Institute of Washington,

Washington, DC, 1991-1993


Associate Professor of Medicine, Georgetown University

School of Medicine


Staff Physician, Georgetown University Hospital,

Washington, DC, 1993-1999;


Senior Fellow, National Institute for Healthcare

Research, Rockville, MD, 1993-1998


Regional Consultant, Bayer Institute for Health Care

Communication, New Haven, CT, 1994-1997


Physician, Washington Internists Group; Staff Physician,

Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC, 1999-

present

 




Honors and Awards:

King's Fund College Scholar (London, England), Duke

University, l979


Trent Award in the History of Medicine,

Duke University, 1980


Lee B. Lusted Prize (Honorable Mention), Society for

Medical Decision Making, 1985


George Morris Piersol Teaching and Research

Scholarship, American College of Physicians, 1989-1992


Fellowship, American College of Physicians, 1993


Exemplary Paper in Humility Theology: Religion and the

Medical Sciences, John Templeton Foundation, 1997

 




Professional Societies:

Christian Medical and Dental Society

American College of Physicians

 





Public Service:

Review Boards: American Family Physician

Annals of Internal Medicine

Biological Psychiatry

Gerontologist

Hastings Center Report

Journal of the American Medical Association

Journal of Clinical Epidemiology

Journal of General Internal Medicine

Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences

Pediatrics

Psychosomatics

Psychosomatic Medicine

The Physician and Sportsmedicine

 




Editorial Boards:

Medical Encounter, 1989-1992


Faith and Medicine Connection (Editor), 1996-8


National and International Committees and Boards:

Board of Directors: Paul Tournier Institute, Christian

Medical and Dental Society, 1990


Board of Advisors, John Templeton Foundation, 1991-

1996, 1998-present


Committee for DSM IV (Diagnostic and Statistical

Manual): Primary Care


Version Psychiatric Association. Co-Chairman of Mood

and Anxiety Disorders Subcommittee, 1991


Primary Care Evaluation of Mental Disorders Project

(Impact Medical Communications, Robert Spitzer,

Director), 1991


National Board of Medical Examiners, Step 1 Behavioral

Science Committee,1994-1996; At Large, 1996-7

 




University Service:

University of Connecticut School of Medicine, 1982-1983,

1985-1991: Director, Personal and Professional

Development Program for Medical Interns,

1982-83, 1985-91


Director, Fellowship in Academic Internal Medicine

Program, 1985-1989


Director, Ambulatory Block Rotation and Coordinator of

Rotations for Medical Residents, 1985-1991


Undergraduate Awards Committee, 1988-1990


Primary Care Residency Ambulatory Care Committee,

1988


Fourth Year Assessment Committee, 1989-1991


Undergraduate Student Research Committee, 1989-1991


Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1993-1999


Search Committee for Director of Student Health, 1993-

1994


Interview Committee for Medical Residency, 1994-1997

 





Teaching Activities:

Yale University School of Medicine, 1983-1985

Instructor, Introduction to Clinical Medicine Course,1984-

1985


Yale University School of Nursing, 1983-1985

Principal Instructor, "Primary Care Problems of Adults"

(N557), 1983-1985


University of Connecticut School of Medicine, 1982-1983,

1985-1991

Instructor, Introduction to Clinical Medicine Course,

1982, 1983, 1985

Instructor, Epidemiology Subject Committee, 1987

Instructor, Biostatistics Subject Committee, 1987


Bayer Institute for Health Care Communication, New

Haven, CT, 1991

Instructor, Institute courses on doctor patient

communication


Regional Consultant, Mid-Atlantic Region, 1994-1997

Osler Institute, Terri Haute, IN, 1992

Instructor, specialty board review courses for internal

medicine and family practice


Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1993-

Present: Preceptor, Ambulatory Care Elective and

Ambulatory Care longitudinal clinic for

medical residents; Instructor, Religious Traditions in

Health Care; Instructor, Mini-Medical School







Scholarship and Research:

Research Grants:

1. Principal Investigator, "Follow-up of Patients with

Chronic Fatigue", University

of Connecticut Research Foundation, 1988: $2,500.


2. Awardee, "George Morris Piersol Teaching and

Research Scholarship", American College of Physicians,

1989-1992: $60,000.


3. Principal Investigator, "Bibliography of Research by

Scientists on Spiritual Subjects",

John Templeton Foundation, 1991: $23,360.


4. Principal Investigator, "The Faith Factor: An Annotated

Bibliography of Clinical Research on Spiritual Subjects",

John Templeton Foundation, 1992-1993

$67,800.


5. Principal Investigator, "The Faith Factor: Enhancing

Life Satisfaction. An Annotated Bibliography of Clinical

Research on Spiritual Subjects, Phase III", John

Templeton Foundation, 1994: $44,250.


6. Co-Investigator, "Gordon Conference on Spirituality

and Scientific Investigation", John Templeton Foundation,

1994-1995: $59,400.


7. Awardee, Mid-Atlantic Regional Consultancy, Bayer

Institute for Health Care Communication, 1994: $21,600

per year.


8. Principal Investigator, "The Faith Factor: Religious

Commitment and Clinical Medicine", John Templeton

Foundation, 1995-96: $157,387

.
9. Principal Investigator, "The Faith Factor: An Annotated

Bibliography of Clinical Research on Spiritual Subjects,

Phase IV", John Templeton Foundation, 1995-6:

$47,150.


10. Principal Investigator, "The Effect of Intercessory

Prayer Upon the Clinical Course of

Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis", The Foundation for

Spirituality and Medicine, 1995-98: $49,800.


11. Principal Investigator, "The Effect of Intercessory

Prayer Upon the Clinical Course of Patients with

Rheumatoid Arthritis", John Templeton Foundation,

1995-1999: $96,550.


12. Awardee, Unrestricted grant, King Pharmaceuticals,

1996: $30,000





Publications and Books:

1. Matthews DA, Larson DB. A Bibliography of Research

by Scientists on Spiritual Subjects. Rockville, MD:

National Institute for Healthcare Research; 1991.


2. Matthews DA, Larson DB, Barry CM. The Faith

Factor: An Annotated Bibliography

of Clinical Research on Spiritual Subjects. Rockville,

MD: National Institute for Healthcare Research; 1993.


3. Matthews DA, Larson DB. The Faith Factor: An

Annotated Bibliography of Clinical

Research on Spiritual Subjects, Volume Three:

Enhancing Life Satisfaction.

Rockville, MD: National Institute for Healthcare

Research; 1995.


4. Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and Statistical

Manual of Mental Disorders,4th ed., Primary Care

Version. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric

Association; 1995.


5. Larson DB, Lu FG, Bowman ES, Juthani N, Koenig

HG, Matthews DA, Waldfogel S,

Swyers JP, Model Curriculum for Psychiatric Residency

Training Programs: Religion and Spirituality in Clinical

Practice. Rockville, MD: National Institute

for Healthcare Research; 1996.


6. Matthews DA, Saunders DM. The Faith Factor: An

Annotated Bibliography of

Clinical Research on Spiritual Subjects, Volume Four:

Prevention and Treatment

of Illness, Addictions, and Delinquency. Rockville, MD:

National Institute for Healthcare Research; 1997.


7. Matthews DA, Clark C. The Faith Factor: Proof of the

Healing Power of Prayer. New

York: Viking; 1998.




Original papers in refereed journals:


1. Matthews DA, Marjory Warren and the origin of British

geriatrics. J Amer Geriat Soc. 1984;32:253-258.


2. Matthews DA, Voytovich AE. An appraisal of goals for

medical residency training. J Med Educ. 1985;60:536-

544.


3. Manu P, Goodspeed RB, Matthews DA, A quantitative

measure of consumer preferences in health care delivery.

Med Care. 1986;24:86-88.


4. Manu P, Matthews DA, Classen DC, Goodspeed RB.

Medical subspecialty training and interest in cost

containment education. J Gen Intern Med. 1987;2:229-

231.


5. Matthews DA, Sledge WH, Lieberman PB. Evaluation

of intern performance by medical inpatients. Am J Med.

1987;83:938-944.


6. Suchman AL, Matthews DA. What makes the doctor-

patient relationship therapeutic: exploring the

connexional dimension of patient care. Ann Intern Med.

1988;108:125-130.


7. Matthews DA, Feinstein AR. A 'review of systems' for

the personal aspects of medical care. Am J Med. Sci.

1988;295:159-171.


8. Matthews DA, Classen DC, Willms JL, Cotton JD. A

program to help interns cope with stresses in an internal

medicine residency. J Med Educ. 1988;63:539-547.


9. Manu P, Matthews DA, Lane TJ. The mental health of

patients with a chief complaint of chronic fatigue. Arch

Intern Med. 1988;148:2213-2217.


10. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. The frequency of

the chronic fatigue syndrome in patients with symptoms

of persistent fatigue. Ann Intern Med. 1988;109:554-556.


11. Matthews DA, Feinstein AR. A new instrument for

patients' ratings of physician performance in the hospital

setting. J Gen Intern Med. 1989;4:14-22.


12. Renfro L, Feder HM, Jr., Lane TJ, Manu P, Matthews

DA. The yeast connection among 100 patients with

chronic fatigue. Am J Med. 1989;86:165-168.


13. Matthews DA. I wish I'd known she loved Chopin.

Senior Patient.1989;1:73-74.


14. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA, Escobar JI.

Screening for somatization disorder in patients with

chronic fatigue. Gen Hosp Psych. 1989;11:294-297.


15. Manu P, Matthews DA, Lane TJ, et al. Depression

among patients with a chief complaint of chronic fatigue.

J Affect Dis .1989;17:165-172.


16. Lieberman P, Sledge WH, Matthews DA. Effect of

patient gender upon evaluation of intern performance.

Arch Intern Med. 1989;149:1825-1829.


17. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Somatization

disorder in patients complaining of chronic fatigue.

Psychosomatics. 1989;30:388-395.


18. Escobar JI, Manu P, Matthews DA, Lane TJ, Swartz

M, Canino G. Medically unexplained physical

symptoms, somatization disorder and abridged

somatization: studies with the diagnostic interview

schedule. Psych Develop. 1989;3:235-245.


19. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. How much practice

makes perfect?: A quantitative measure of the

experience needed to achieve procedural competence.

Med Teacher 1990;12:367-369.


20. Lane TJ, Manu P, Matthews DA. The low yield of

physical examinations and laboratory investigations of

patients with chronic fatigue. Am J Med Sci.

1990;299:313-318.


21. Manu P, Matthews DA, Lane TJ. Panic disorder

among patients with chronic fatigue. South Med J.

1991;84:451-456.


22. Matthews DA, Lane TJ, Manu P. Antibodies to

Epstein Barr virus among patients with chronic fatigue.

South Med J. 1991;84:832-840.


23. Krantzler HR, Manu P, Hesselbrock VM, Lane TJ,

Matthews DA. Substance use disorders in patients with

chronic fatigue. Hosp Comm Psych 1991;42:924-928.


24. Matthews DA, Manu P, Lane TJ. Evaluation and

management of patients with chronic fatigue. Am J Med

Sci. 1991;302:269-277.


25. Lane TJ, Manu P, Matthews. Depression and

somatization in patients with the chronic fatigue

syndrome. Am J Med. 1991;91:335-343.


26. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Chronic fatigue

syndromes in clinical practice. Psychother Psychosom.

1992;58:60-68.


27. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. The

pathophysiology of chronic fatigue syndrome:

confirmations, contradictions, and conjectures. Int'l J

Psychiatry in Med. 1992;22:397-408.


28. Manu P, Matthews DA, Lane TJ. Food intolerance in

patients with chronic fatigue. Int'l J Eating Disorders.

1993;13:203-209.


29. Matthews DA, Suchman AL, Branch WT. Making

connexions: enhancing the therapeutic potential of

patient-clinician relationships. Ann Intern Med.

1993;118:973-977.


30. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA, Castriotta RJ,

Watson RK, Abeles M. Alpha Delta sleep in chronic

fatigue. South Med J. 1994;87:465-470.


31. Koenig HG, Larson DB, Matthews DA. Religion and

psychotherapy with older adults. J Geriat

Psychiatry.1996;29:155-184.


32. Matthews DA, Larson DB. Faith and medicine:

reconciling the twin traditions of healing. Mind Body

Med. 1997;2(1):9-19


33. Matthews DA. Religion and spirituality in primary

care. Mind Body Med.1997;2(1):9-19.


34. Matthews DA, McCullough ME, Larson DB, Koenig

HG, Swyers JP, Milano MG. Religious commitment and

health: a review of the research and implications for

family medicine. Arch Fam Med. 1998;7:118-124.


35. Matthews DA. Religion and spirituality in the care of

patients with chronic renal failure. Dialysis and

Transplantation. 1998;27(3):136-140.


36. Matthews DA. Religion is good for your health (and

mine): A physician's journey. Journal of Christian Healing

1999;21:23-46.


37. Matthews DA, Marlowe SM, MacNutt FS. Effects of

intercessory prayer on patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

South Med J. 2000;93:1177-1186.

 




Book chapters,videotapes, and other publications:


1. Voytovich AE, Rippey RM, Matthews DA. Deciding

how to evaluate performance. In: Lloyd JS, Langsley DG,

How to Evaluate Residents. Chicago: American Board of

Medical Specialties; 1986.


2. Branch W, Matthews D, Suchman A. Meaningful

moments. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin 1989

(Winter):12-17.


3. Matthews DA. The secret of patient care. Society of

General Internal Medicine News. 1989;12(6):1-6.


4. Matthews DA. Bedside Manners (videotape).

Farmington, CT: University of Connecticut Health Center;

1990.


5. Matthews DA. Virtue, character, and the struggle

against illness. Hast Cent Rep. 1990;20:40-42.


6. Hale M, Matthews DA. Depression and chronic

fatigue: indications for psychiatric consultation. Primary

Care. 1991;18(2):435-449.


7. Matthews DA. The L word. Physician. 1992;4(4):24.


8. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Chronic fatigue and

chronic fatigue syndrome: clinical epidemiology and

aetiological classification. In: Bock GR, Whelan J. eds.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Ciba Foundation Symposium

173. Chichester, UK: John Wiley and Sons; 1993.


9. Matthews DA. No room at the inn? The neglect of

religion by medical science. Progress in Theology

1994;2:10-12.


10. Suchman A, Branch W, Matthews DA. The role of

the medical interview in the physician's search for

meaning. In: Lipkin M, Jr., Putnam S., Lazare A., eds.

The Medical Interview: Clinical Care, Education, and

Research. New York: Springer Verlag; 1995: 368-75.


11. Matthews DA. On being a Christian physician.



Christian Med Den Soc J. 1995; 26(2):14-5.


12. Matthews DA. Body, Mind, and Spirit (videotape).

Nashville: Earnhardt and Co.; 1995.


13. Matthews DA. The Faith Factor: Is Religion Good for

Your Health? (videotape). Nashville: Earnhardt and Co.;

1995.


14. Matthews DA. Somatoform disorders. In Rakel RE,

ed. Saunders Manual of Medical Practice. Philadelphia:

W.B. Saunders; 1996:1105-7.


15. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Idiopathic chronic

fatigue: depressive symptoms and functional somatic

complaints. In: Demitrack MA, Abbey SE, ed. Chronic

Fatigue Syndrome: An Integrative Approach to Evaluation

and Treatment. New York: Guilford Press;1996:36-47.


16. Matthews DA. The heartbeat of faith and medicine.

Faith and Medicine Connection. 1996;1(1):3.


17. Matthews DA. Religion, medicine, and the peace of

Jerusalem. Faith and Medicine Connection. 1996; 1(2):3.


18. Matthews DA. Shall We Pray? Examining the

Medical Effects of Prayer on Rheumatoid Arthritis

(videotape). Nashville, TN: Earnhardt and Co., 1997.


19. Matthews DA. Walls and fences. Faith and Medicine

Connection. 1997;1(3):3.


20. Matthews DA. Mid-life crisis. Faith and Medicine

Connection. 1997;1(4):3.


21. Matthews DA. Research reviews. Faith and Medicine

Connection. 1997;2(1):3.


22. Matthews DA. Hollywood be thy name. Faith and

Medicine Connection. 1997;2(1):3.


23. Matthews DA, Koenig HG, Thoresen C, Friedman R.

Physical health. In Larson DB, Swyers JP, McCullough

ME, eds. Scientific Research on Spirituality and Health.

Rockville, MD: National Institute for Healthcare

Research; 1998.


24. Matthews DA. Religious commitment and

depression. Faith and Medicine Connection. 1998;2(2):3.


25. Matthews DA. Why me? Faith and Medicine

Connection. 1998;2(2):3.


26. Matthews DA. Religion, spirituality, and recovery

from surgery. Faith and Medicine Connection. 1998;

2(3):2.


27. Matthews DA. Truth with a capital T. Faith and

Medicine Connection. 1998;2(3):3.


28. Musick MA, Koenig HG, Larson DB, Matthews D.

Religion, and spiritual beliefs. In: Holland J., ed. Psycho-

oncology. New York: Oxford University Press;

1998:780-9.


29. Manu P, Matthews DA. Chronic fatigue syndrome. In

Manu P, ed. Functional Somatic Syndromes: Etiology,

Diagnosis and Treatment. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge

University Press; 1998:8-31.


30. Matthews DA. Healing Hands: Effects of Prayer on

Rheumatoid Arthritis (videotape). Nashville, TN:

Earnhardt and Co.; 1999.


31. Matthews DA. Is religion good for your health? In:

Stannard R, ed. God for the 21st Century. Philadelphia:

Templeton Foundation Press; 2000:103-106.


32. Matthews, D. Prayer and spirituality. In: Panush R.,

ed. Complementary and Alternative Therapies for

Rheumatic Diseases. Rheumatic Disease Clinics of

North America; 2000;26(1):177-187


33. Matthews DA. Somatoform disorders. In Rakel RE,

ed. Saunders Manual of Medical Practice, 2nd ed.

Philadelphia: WB Saunders; 2000:1442-1444.


34. King DE, May HJ, McCullough ME, Matthews DA.

Integrating religion and spirituality into the

biopsychosocial model. In King DE, ed. Faith,

Spirituality, and Medicine: Toward the Making of the

Healing Practitioner. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Pastoral

Press; 2000:1-11.




Abstracts:


1. Matthews DA, Voytovich AE. Housestaff and faculty perceptions of internal

medicine training goals: results of a questionnaire. Clin

Res. 1984:32:651A.


2. Matthews DA, Viadero JJ, Lane TJ, Voytovich AE.

"Know thyself": a study of self- evaluation among

medical interns. Clin Res. 1985:33:727A.


3. Manu P, Goodspeed RB, Matthews DA. A competitive

utilization index for measuring preferential use of health

care resources. Clin Res. 1985;33:259A.


4. Matthews DA, Feinstein AR. A 'review of systems' for

the personal aspects of medical care. Clin Res. 1985;

33:259A.


5. Matthews DA, Feinstein AR, Joyce CK . A new

instrument for patients' appraisals of physicians'

performance. Clin Res. 1985;33:758A.


6. Manu P, Matthews DA, Classen DC, Goodspeed RB.

Bias against cost-containment issues among university

based physicians. Clin Res. 1985;33:832A.


7. Matthews DA, Feinstein AR, Joyce CK. A new

instrument for patients' perceptions of physicians'

performance. Med Dec Making 1985;5:369A.


8. Manu P, Matthews DA, Voytovich AE. Institution-

specific risks of "invasive" diagnostic procedures: how

safe is safe enough? Clin Res. 1986;34:375A.


9. Manu P, Matthews DA, Classen DC, Goodspeed RB.

Graduate interest in learning cost containment

strategies. Clin Res. 1986;34:827A.


10. Matthews DA, Sledge WH, Lieberman P. Evaluation

of intern performance by medical inpatients. Clin Res.

1986;34:828A.


11. Matthews DA, Sledge WH, Lieberman P. How

patients appraise interns. Clin Res. 1986;34:872A


12. Matthews DA, Sledge WH, Lieberman PB. The effect

of gender upon patients' ratings of physicians. Clin Res.

1987;35:355A.


13. Matthews DA, Lane TJ, Manu P. Epstein-Barr virus

serologic patterns among patients with chronic fatigue.

Clin Res. 1988;36:346A.


14. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Psychiatric

diagnoses of chronic fatigue patients: a prospective

study. Clin Res. 1988;36:345A.


15. Lane TJ, Manu P, Matthews DA. Prospective

diagnostic evaluation of adults with chronic fatigue. Clin

Res. 1988;36:714A.


16. Matthews DA, Sledge WH, Lieberman PB. Vive la

difference: gender influences upon patients' ratings of

physicians. Clin Res. 1988;36:346A.


17. Matthews DA, Sledge WH, Lieberman PB. Mutuality

and the doctor-patient relationship: do patients

participate in their own care? Clin Res. 1988; 36:725A.


18. Meehan TP, Matthews DA. A computerized health

risk appraisal of medical and dental students. Clin Res.

1988;36:715A.


19. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Clinical

characteristics of patients with the symptom complex of

the chronic fatigue syndrome. Clin Res. 1989;37:319A.


20. Matthews DA, Manu P, Lane TJ. Diagnostic beliefs

among patients with chronic fatigue. Clin Res. 1989;

37:820A.


21. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Prospective

diagnostic evaluation of 200 patients with a chief

complaint of chronic fatigue. Clin Res. 1989; 37:820A.


22. Lane TJ, Manu P, Matthews DA. The predictive value

of the chronic fatigue syndrome criteria. Clin Res.

1989;37:317A.


23. Meehan TP, Matthews DA. Health risk appraisal of

future physicians and dentists. Clin Res. 1989; 37:812A.


24. Matthews DA, Sledge WH, Lieberman PB. Effect of

patient age upon perceptions of physician performance.

Clin Res. 1989;37:320A.


25. Matthews DA, Lane TJ, Manu P. Gender differences

among patients with chronic fatigue. Clin Res. 1989;

37:320A.


26. Matthews DA, Lane TJ, Manu P. Two year

prospective follow-up of patients with chronic fatigue. Clin

Res. 1990;38:699A.


27. Matthews DA, Manu P, Lane TJ. Depression, chronic

fatigue, and the chronic fatigue syndrome: a two year

followup study. Clin Res. 1990;38:513A.


28. Lane TJ, Matthews DA, Manu P. Operating

characteristics of the chronic fatigue syndrome criteria.

Clin Res. 1990;38:698A.


29. Lane TJ, Matthews DA, Manu P. Clinical correlates

of the symptom complex of the chronic fatigue syndrome

in 200 adults with chronic fatigue. Clin Res.

1990;38:698A.


30. Lane TJ, Manu P, Matthews DA. Increased likelihood

of mood disorders in patients with an acute onset of

chronic fatigue. Clin Res. 1990;38:512A.


31. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Chronic fatigue: a

prospective diagnostic study of 300 patients. Clin Res.

1990;38:417A.


32. Manu P, Matthews DA, Lane TJ, Escobar JI. The

sexual dysfunctions of patients with chronic fatigue. Clin

Res. 1990;38:513A.


33. Manu P, Kranzler HR, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Drug

and alcohol abuse and the mental health of patients with

chronic fatigue. Clin Res. 1990;38:740A.


34. Manu P, Matthews DA, Lane TJ. Panic disorder

among patients with chronic fatigue. Clin Res. 1990;

38:699A.


35. Matthews DA. Predictors of patient satisfaction with

intern performance. Clin Res. 1990;38:740A.


36. Matthews DA, Lane TJ, Manu P. Sick and tired:

chronic Epstein Barr virus infection in patients with

chronic fatigue. Clin Res. 1991;39:161A.


37. Lane TJ, Matthews DA, Manu P. Suicidal behavior in

patients with the chronic fatigue syndrome. Clin Res.

1991;39:373A.


38. Manu P, Lane TJ, Matthews DA. Lifetime psychiatric

symptoms of patients with idiopathic chronic fatigue. Clin

Res. 1991;39:413A.


39. Matthews DA, Lane TJ, Manu P, Abeles M.

Fibromyalgia syndrome in patients with chronic fatigue.

Clin Res. 1991;39:414A.


40. Matthews DA. Comparative evaluation of physician

performance by clinic patients and standardized

patients. Clin Res. 1991;39:628A.


41. Meehan TP, Matthews DA. Psychologic distress and

physical illness. Clin Res. 1991;39:629A.


42. Dowell EH, Matthews DA, Larson DB. No room at

the inn?: Neglect of religious variables by clinical

epidemiologists. Clin Res. 1993;41:516A.


43. Matthews DA, Dowell EH, Manu P, Lane TJ. Effect of

changes in criteria upon the prevalence of chronic fatigue

syndrome among patients with chronic fatigue. Clin Res.

1993; 41:521A.


44. Meehan TP, Matthews DA. A longitudinal evaluation

of health status in a cohort of medical and dental

students. Clin Res. 1993;41:561A.


45. Matthews DA. Healing faith: religious commitment is

good for your health. J Gen Intern Med 1995;

10(4:suppl):111.


46. Horowitz CR, Suchman AL, Branch WT, Kerr JE,

Matthews DA, Frankel RM. A visit to the secret garden;

What do physicians find meaningful about their work? J

Gen Intern Med 1995; 10(4:suppl):111.


47. Matthews DA, Marlowe SM, MacNutt FS.

Intercessory prayer ministry benefits rheumatoid arthritis

patients. J Gen Intern Med 1998; 13(4:suppl 1):17.

 




Letters to the Editor:

1. Manu P, Matthews DA, Lane TJ. Infusion related

phlebitis. N Engl J Med. 1985;13:1452


2. Matthews DA, Manu P. Diagnostic assays in acute

pancreatitis. Ann Intern Med. 1985;103:475.


3. Matthews DA, Manu P, Classen DC, Voytovich AE.

Preventive medicine and residency training. Ann Intern

Med. 1985;103:642.


4. Matthews DA. How patients appraise physicians. N

Engl J Med. 1986;314:1318.


5. Matthews DA, Willms JL. The house officer's changing

world. N Engl J Med. 1987;316:883.


6. Suchman AL, Matthews DA. The doctor-patient

relationship. Ann Intern Med. 1988;106:913.


7. Matthews DA, Manu P, Lane TJ. Chronic fatigue

syndrome. Ann Intern Med. 1988;109:511.


8. Lane TJ, Manu P, Matthews D. Chronic fatigue

syndrome (CFS) and psychiatric disorders: reply. Am J

Med. 1994;96:485-6.


9. Matthews DA, McCullough ME, Larson DB, Koenig

HG, Swyers JP, Milano MG. Religious commitment and

health: a review of the research and implications for

family medicine: reply. Arch Fam Med. (in press).