Education & Training
The Department provides an array of educational programs and training, including University medical student education, residency and clinical fellowship training, post-doctoral research fellowship training, continuing medical education and community outreach.
Psychiatry Residency Training
Sponsored by Summa Health, the Psychiatry Residency Training Program offers diverse clinical training which includes inpatient, outpatient and community settings where teaching faculty are consistently available and committed to education.
The Psychiatry Clerkship is a six-week clinical rotation that is designed to provide all third-year medical students with the acquisition of clinical competence and basic knowledge in psychiatry.
Project ECHO®: Building Expertise & Enhancing Care Delivery
Project ECHO® is a model for lifelong learning and guided practice that revolutionizes continuing medical education and exponentially increases workforce capacity to provide best-practice specialty care and reduce health disparities.
INITIATIVES TO ADDRESS OPIOID USE DISORDER
The NEOMED Department of Psychiatry is collaborating with other NEOMED academic departments and clinical and community-based partners to address the largely unmet treatment needs of the 2.1 million Americans who have opioid use disorder, including the escalating numbers of Americans who are part of the opioid-overdose epidemic.