In addition to patients with primary psychiatric conditions, Fellows will treat patients with psychiatric disorders due to medical illnesses, delirium, dementia, somatic symptom and related disorders, and pain disorders. Fellows will be able to evaluate patients with a variety of psychiatric complications of medical illnesses and their treatments.
They will assess patients for capacity to consent or refuse procedures and make other decisions. Fellows will gain experience in treating patients with pharmacological and nonpharmacological means. They will work with physicians of various medical specialties, as well as with other members of the multidisciplinary treatment team. Fellows will have the opportunity to teach other physicians and trainees, including Psychiatry Residents, and help integrate good psychological health for patients treated in the medical setting.
Formal didactic seminars are specifically for Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellows. Core faculty and others will provide these seminars.
- Consultation-Liaison Lecture Series
- Consultation-Liaison Clinical Pearls
- Consultation-Liaison Clinical Monographs
Fellows may also attend the classes for the Psychiatry Residency, including:
- Board Review
- Interviewing Skills
- Research seminars
- Topics in Psychiatry
Departmental Educational Activities
- Grand Rounds
- Case Conferences
- Journal Clubs