Munetz is Professor and the Margaret Clark Morgan Endowed Chair of Psychiatry at Northeast Ohio Medical University and Senior Clinical Consultant of the County of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board. Dr. Munetz received his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Dr. Munetz was an intern in psychiatry and internal medicine at the Lafayette Clinic and Hutzel Hospital in Detroit and completed his psychiatry residency at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh. He has held faculty positions at the University of Pittsburgh, University of Massachusetts, and Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Munetz has been the Director of Community Psychiatry at NEOMED since 1992.
Dr. Munetz helped plan and implement the first Crisis Intervention Team training program in Ohio and was involved in the planning for the first Mental Health Courts in the state. A past president of the Ohio Psychiatric Association, Dr. Munetz has been recognized with an Exemplary Psychiatrist Award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
What is a CIT? Why Do You Need One in Your Community? – 2002 interview with Mark Munetz
The Ethics of Mandatory Community Treatment – Mark R. Munetz, MD, Patricia A. Galon, MSN, and Frederick J. Frese III, PhD, 2003
Statewide implementation of the crisis intervention team program: The Ohio model: Mark R. Munetz , M.D.; Ann Morrison , M.D.; Joe Krake , M.A.; Blair Young; Lt. Michael Woody, B.A. – 2006
Use of the sequential intercept model as an approach to decriminalization of people with serious mental illness: Mark R. Munetz , M.D.; Patricia A. Griffin , Ph.D. – April 2006
Crisis Intervention Team Training for Police Officers Responding to Mental Disturbance Calls: Jennifer L. S. Teller, Ph.D., Mark R. Munetz, M.D., Karen M. Gil, Ph.D., Christian Ritter, Ph.D. – February 2006
Police use of the taser with people with mental illness in crisis: Mark R. Munetz, M.D.
Antonia Fitzgerald, M.D., Lt. Michael Woody – 2006