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Develops leaders in the field of organized psychiatry by providing opportunities for residents to engage, interact and participate at a national level and further develop their professional leadership skills, networks and psychiatric experience.
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship is designed to promote interest and a career in child and adolescent psychiatry.
The fellowship identifies and motivates psychiatry residents who – through the experiential and training opportunities of the program – will become well-equipped leaders in psychiatry by providing culturally sensitive mental health services to diverse and underserved populations.
The aim of the fellowship is to provide a special opportunity for current residents affiliated with Forensic Psychiatry programs to receive additional experience, training and mentorship in a correctional setting.
The aim of the fellowship is to provide an opportunity for a psychiatry resident or early career psychiatrist with significant interest in child and/or minority mental health advocacy to work in a congressional office.
This fellowship creates opportunities for residents to engage in several mentorship sessions, conduct public psychiatry program site visits, and interact with thought leaders in the field of public psychiatry.
This fellowship provides funding for a graduated psychiatry trainee to design and conduct a research study at his/her home institution under the supervision and guidance of a mentor.
The goal of this fellowship is to increase the number and enhance the knowledge and capabilities of racial and ethnic minority psychiatry residents to teach, administer, conduct services research and provide culturally competent, evidence-based mental health services to minority and/or underserved populations.