Presentation

Academic

  • Why Does the Family Act That Way? Grand Rounds, Pediatric Surgery. Loma Linda University health. November 2, 2016.Why Does the Family Act That Way? Monthly lecture, Pediatric Surgery Program. LLUH. 2/17 - 2/18. (Present)
  • Enhancing Resilience in Medical School: An Overview. Depression and Wellbeing in Medical School. LLU School of Medicine Wellness Week, October 2 & 3, 2017. (10/2017)
  • Physician Suicide: A Goodbye Gone. Loma Linda University Pathology Alumni, CME. February 27, 2013 (Present)
  • Mental Health Concerns of Providers. Violence in San Bernardino County Conference. Loma Linda University, March 20, 2019. (03/2019)
  • “Share the Vision” Starts With Me. Service Best Practice Leadership Summit. Loma Linda University Health. January 31, 2019 (01/2019)
  • Nurturing resilience from the fast lane. California Academy of Family Physicians. Riverside, CA: February 25, 2018. (11/2018)
  • Jack W. Provonsha Lecture: What does health care have to do with the healing ministry of Jesus Christ? (Farr Curlin, MD). Panel discussant with G. Oi & R. Rice. Annual Physician Conference, Loma Linda University, March 2, 2018. (11/2018)
  • Not your mother's birds and bees talk: Addressing sexual issues in clinical practice. Annual Physician Conference, Loma Linda University, February 5, 2018. (11/2018)
  • Coping with a Goodbye Gone: The Aftermath of Resident DeathCollaborative Reflecting Teams.Coalition for Physician Well-Being Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX: August 2,3, 2018. (11/2018)
  • Collaborative Reflective Training in Breaking Bad News Simulation. Loma Linda University Faculty Development Showcase, 2/8/18. (02/2018)
  • Not your mother’s birds and bees talk: Addressing sexual issues in clinical practice. Annual Physician Conference, Loma Linda University. 2/5/18. (02/2018)
  • Jack W. Provonsha Lecture: What does health care have to do with the healing ministry of Jesus Christ? (Farr Curlin, MD). Panel discussant with G. Oei & R. Rice. Annual Physician Conference, Loma Linda University. 3/2/18. (03/2018)
  • Burnout and Resilience. Annual presentation for the Pathologist Assistant Orientation, Loma Linda University School of Medicine, September 2017 - present (09/2017 - Present)
  • “I Think I’m Handling This OK”Enhancing Resident Physician Resilience. Reflective Caregiving: A Balint Approach. Virginia Commonwealth University, Plenary, Physician Wellbeing Conference. March 23, 2015. (03/2015)
  • The MEDS Model: Managing Issues of Clients Who Use Psychotropics. Medical Family Therapy Grand Rounds, Loma Linda University, January 8, 2010. (01/2010)
  • Enhancing Resilience in Residency. Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Residency education programming. 8/21/17 (08/2017)
  • Reflective Caregiving: A Balint Approach. (with E. Bromley, UCLA). One day demonstration and group leadership. February 8, 2015. Pasadena, CA (02/2015)
  • Anything Can Happen: The Power of Story in Abuse and Trauma Recovery. Distinguished Lecturer, Cohen Center, James Madison University, October 23, 2014. Harrisonburg, VA. (10/2014)
  • Physician Vitality as Professional Competency, (with T. Thomas). Physician Vitality Conference, Annual Physician Conference, Loma Linda University. March 9, 2015. (03/2015)
  • Tides of Change: Personal Responses to Change. 2015 Leadership Essentials: Navigating Organizational Change, August 26, 2015. Loma Linda University Medical Center. (08/2015)
  • Strategies to Foster Resilience across the Career. Faculty Development Fellowship program, Loma Linda University School of Medicine, April 4, 2017. (04/2017)
  • The Art of Medicine: Conducting Successful Family Conferences. Department of Neurology, Loma Linda University Health. May 17, 2016. (05/2017)

Other

  • Understanding the Ties that Blind: How Abusers do What They Do. Being There Conference, Women''''s Healing and Empowerment Network Spokane, Washington May 2, 2009 (05/2009)
  • Coping with Physician Suicide: Lessons from Loma Linda University Health. Imperial Valley Medical Association, El Centro, CA: October 11, 2018 (11/2018)
  • Truth and Trust: Surviving Clergy Abuse. Association of Adventist Women Annual Conference, Riverside, California. 10/26/18 (10/2018)
  • Hideous, Shocking and vile: Who are the Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse? Association of Adventist Women, 2018 Interfaith Women’s Conference. Riverside Convention Center, CA. October 26, 2018. (10/2018)
  • Worried Sick: Surviving and Thriving. Oasis Day of Renewal, Loma Linda University Health. June 8, 2016, San Bernardino, CA. (06/2016)
  • Non-forgiveness and Mental, Spiritual, and Physical Health Facing the Truth About Life—Surviving Offenses You Don’t Deserve Getting Over It: Coping With Sadness, Anger, Resentment, and Loss Becoming a Forgiving Person: Reorienting Your Thinking and Relationships               Filmed before a live audience, Sunnyside Seventh-day Adventist Church, Portland, Oregon.               August 19 – 21, 2011. (08/2011)
  • All the King''''s Men: Putting your Inner Humpty Back Together. Adventist Single Adult Ministries Convention. Newport Beach, California; July 3, 2009. (07/2009)
  • To the Fourth Generation: Learning from Your Genogram. Adventist Single Adult Ministries Convention. Newport Beach, California, July 3, 2009. (07/2009)
  • Gratefulness: Gateway to Good Health, Resilience & Relationships. Oasis: Day of Renewal for LLUMC Employees. Highland Springs, CA (10/2019)
  • Living Loved. Being There Conference Women''''s Healing and Empowerment Network Spokane, Washington May 2, 2009 (05/2009)
  • Addressing the Challenges of Ambiguous Loss.  California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Inland Chapter June 22, 2007. (06/2007)
  • Hernandez, B. & Bigger, D.. "Forgiveness Seminar." The Walla Walla Forgiveness Project. Boring, Oregon (11/2006)
  • Recognition of Common Child Abuse Injuries Nursing Resident Orientation; Pediatric Oncology-Hematology-Stem Cell Transplant Unit Loma Linda University Medical Center; October 5, 2006 (10/2006)
  • Hernandez, B.. "Recognition of Common Child Abuse Injuries." Nursing Residency Training Program. Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Unit 4800, LLUCH (10/2006)
  • Hernandez, B.. "Family Considerations of Ill children." Nursing Residency Training Program. Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Unit 4800, LLUCH (08/2006)
  • Hernandez, B. & Bonilla, S.. "Birth order and personality type in the workplace.." Nursing Residency Training Program. Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Unit 4800, LLUCH (08/2006)
  • Family Considerations of Ill Children Nursing Resident Orientation; Pediatric Hematology-Oncology-Stem Cell Transplant Unit Loma Linda University Medical Center; August 29, 2006 (08/2006)
  • Birth Order and Personality Type in the Workplace Nursing Resident Orientation; Hematology-Oncology-Stem Cell Transplant Unit Loma Linda University Medical Center, August 22, 2006 (08/2006)
  • Incorporating Spirituality and Religion in Supervision. Biannual Placement Fair Supervisor''''s workshop. (04/2009)

Research

  • Family Therapist Facilitated Education for Medical Trainees. International Family Therapy Association Congress. Aberdeen, Scotland: March 29, 2019. (03/2019)
  • Use of Collaborative Reflective Teams for Practice: Discussing Sexual Issues with Patients.” Sigma Theta Tau (honor society) International Nursing Conference, June 26, 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (poster presentation with D. Trimm & L. Kim). (06/2015)
  • Ambiguous Loss: A Gestalt perspective. 32nd Annual European Summer Residential Gestalt Therapy Training Program. Gestalt     Associates Training Los Angeles: Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 21, 28, 2003 (07/2003)
  • Gestalt family therapy: To which discipline does it belong? Gestalt Associates Trainers of Los             Angeles. Yenne, France. July 13, 1999. (07/1999)
  • Breaking Bad News to Patients: Reflecting Team Debriefing Methodology. International Pediatric Symposia and Workshops. April, 2014, Vienna, Austria. (Present)
  • Addressing Religion in Clinical Supervision: A Model. (B. Couden Hernandez & J. Aten). Center for the Study of Health, Religion, and Spirituality. Terre Haute, Indiana April 22, 2004.  (04/2004)
  • With Jesus in the Family, Happy, Happy Home?  Brown Bag presentation, Walla Walla College. May 10,             2005. (05/2005)
  • Living and Teaching the Art of Research. Walla Walla College Faculty Professional Development Day.             College Place, Washington, September 15, 2005. (09/2005)
  • I didn't know this had a name!: Ambiguous Loss and Chronic Health Issues Health and Faith Forum: Bioethics and Wholeness Grand Rounds January 24, 2007 (01/2007)
  • A Church Sponsored Forgiveness Program: The Walla Walla Forgiveness Project B. Hernandez, S. Smith, & P. Cress. April 29, 2007 Strengthening Families in the 21st Century: Health, Wholeness and Faith. Center for Spiritual Life and Wholeness, Loma Linda University (04/2008)
  • Sins of the Father, B. Wick, MD. Respondents: Tarr & Hernandez. Psychiatric Grand Rounds, Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center June 6, 2008 (06/2008)
  • An Overview of Resilience Programs in the United States and Canada. Annual Education Conference for Program Directors. Loma Linda University Health, at Lake Arrowhead, CA. October 20, 2016. (10/2016)
  • Medicus Integra©: Learning Issues for Assessment. Webinar. Coalition for Physician Well-Being Wholeness for Physicians. Loma Linda University School of Medicine, November 15, 2016. (11/2016)
  • Coping with Poor Patient Outcomes. Coalition for Physician Well-Being Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. August 30, 2019. (08/2019)
  • Supporting Physicians Affected by Partner Violence. Webinar. Coalition for Physician Well-Being. July 19, 2019 (07/2019)
  • Collaborative Reflecting Teams in Medical Education. Coalition for Physician Well-Being annual conference. San Antonio, August 3, 2018. (08/2018)
  • Coping with a Goodbye Gone: The Aftermath of Resident Death. Coalition for Physician Wellbeing Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas. August 2, 2018. (08/2018)
  • Beyond the One-Way Mirror: Supervision Across Settings. AAMFT Annual Conference, October 12, 2007 Long Beach, California (10/2007)
  • Supporting Physicians After Mass Trauma: The Aurora and San Bernardino Story. (with D. McCallister, MD). Adventist Health System Annual Physician Retreat. Ponte Vedra, Florida. April 16, 2016. (04/2016)
  • Supervision from a Seventh-day Adventist worldview (September 1, 2008). Symposium, A Christian worldview and mental health: Adventist perspectives.  Rancho Palos Verdes. (09/2008)
  • Consciousness, Context, and Ethics in Supervision (C. Knudson-Martin, B. Couden Hernandez). AAMFT Annual Conference, October 14, 2007 Long Beach, California (10/2007)
  • Hernandez, B. & Domingue, L. (October 11, 2007). Supervisory Models and Functions. AAMFT Annual Conference, Long Beach, California (10/2007)
  • An exploration of Christian children’s view of the role of God in the family. National Council on             Family Relations, Irvine, California. November 15, 1999. (11/1999)
  • Barbara Hernandez & Naomi Schwenke: Mixed Orientation Marriage: Assessment and Intervention. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Sacramento, California. October 2, 2009. (10/2009)
  • In Sickness and in Health: Helping Families Survive Illness Regional chapter of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy--California California Baptist University May 8, 2009 (05/2009)
  • Collaborative Reflective Training in Breaking Bad News Simulations. Lilly Conferece, Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning, February 22, 2018). Sent as co-winner of the LLU Faculty Development Showcase, Lilly conference scholarship recipient). (11/2018)
  • Collaborative Reflective Training in Breaking Bad News Simulation. Lilly Conference, Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning, 2/22/18. (Sent as co-winner of the LLU Faculty Development Showcase, Lilly Conference scholarship recipient). (02/2018)
  • Nurturing Resilience from the Fast Lane. California Academy of Family Physicians, Riverside, CA. 2/25/18. (02/2018)
  • I Am Woman: Should I Roar? Western Occupational & Environmental Medical Association annual conference, Women’s Luncheon. Maui, September 16, 2017 (09/2017)
  • Nurturing Resilience in the Fast Lane. Western Occupational & Environmental Medical Association annual conference. Maui, September 14, 2017. (09/2017)
  • Ambiguous Loss in Families with Disabled Children. Indiana Association for Marriage and Family Therapists, Indianapolis, February 20, 2005. (02/2005)
  • Ambiguous Loss and Chronic Health issues Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia April 19, 2007 (04/2007)
  • Forgiveness: What does the Literature Tell Us? Pacific Sociological Association Annual Conference March 29, 2007. Oakland, California (03/2007)
  • The MEDS Model: Supervising Clinicians Whose Clients Use Psychotropics (with Susan Smith, PhD). Presentation. National Association of Social Work regional conference, April 21, 2006; SeaTac, Washington. (07/2006)
  • Psychotropic Use by Marriage & Family Therapists’ Clientele: Results from a National Study.             Indiana Counseling Association Conference, Indianapolis. February 20, 2004. (02/2004)
  • Child abuse in Indiana: Impact and reporting responsibilities. Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence; North Central Association Annual Fall Conference. Indianapolis, September 9, 2002. (09/2002)
  • Ambiguous loss: The invisible legacy of caretakers. “Who Cares for the Caretaker?” 5th Annual Bioethics Conference; Center for Spiritual Life & Wholeness, Center for Christian Bioethics, Loma Linda University, California. February 11, 2001. (02/2001)
  • Domestic Violence. National Professional Development Series. University of Minnesota, Earl Brown Center. June 22, 1999. (06/1999)
  • Chronic Moral Distress, Compassion Fatigue & PTSD in Pediatric Caregivers. Pediatric Critical Care Symposium. Loma Linda University Health, September 19, 2019. (09/2019)