UPCOMING VIRTUAL EVENT:
Highlights from the Editor of the DSM-5-TR Clinical Cases
Friday, December 1 from 12:15 - 1 p.m.
Join us for a virtual academic forum with John W. Barnhill, M.D., the editor of the DSM-5-TR Clinical Cases textbook.
The discussion will be co-facilitated by Barbara Ekeh, M.D., (psychiatry chief resident) and Lorin Scher, M.D. (Vice-Chair for Education).
Audience: Faculty, Volunteer Clinical Professors, Psychiatry traineesView event details
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Postdoctoral clinical child and adolescent psychology fellowship
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Psychiatry consultation liaison fellowship
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Forensic psychiatry fellowship training
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Clinician health and well-being fellowship
This fellowship is a six-month program for providers in all specialties and aims to foster the culture of medicine as it relates to physician health, well-being, minimizing burnout, and strengthening resilience.
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The department offers a number of other training programs for physicians, residents and medical students and other trainees interested in specialized areas of psychiatry.
The resident experience
I am in the general residency psychiatry training program and have aspirations to pursue a career addressing healthcare disparities among the underserved, minority and immigrant communities from both a clinical and policy lens.
Hammad Khan, M.D., PGY-4, incoming Categorical Psychiatry Chief Resident, 2021-2022 academic year
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Spotlight on teen mental health
Local high school student interviews UC Davis fellows for mental health advocacy project
UC Davis child psychiatry fellow Apurva Bhatt, M.D., and child psychology fellow Christina Aguirre-Kolb, Ph.D., participated in an interview by Hudson Prunier, a senior at Rio Americano High school. Hudson focused on questions about teen mental health as part of a school project aimed at building awareness and advocacy.Watch video on YouTube