Psychiatry Fellows

We offer a number of fellowship opportunities in integrated care for psychiatrists who have completed residency training and psychologists at the post-doctoral level.
Clinical Fellowships
Integrated Care Fellowship
This year-long fellowship trains psychiatrists in integrated care clinical work, implementation and scholarship. Fellows focus on developing skills to deliver population mental health with an emphasis on leveraging psychiatric expertise through working with other providers. Curriculum topics include brief behavioral interventions for primary care, telepsychiatry, health care policy, the Collaborative Care model, and how to develop an integrated care practice.
This ACGME-accredited fellowship provides multidisciplinary subspecialty inpatient and outpatient training in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. Fellows have a unique chance to practice integrated care models in primary care settings and specialty medical settings as part of their training.
Integrated training opportunities in child and adolescent psychiatry include the Partnership Access Line (PAL), a telephone-based child mental health consultation system available to primary care providers, and various research projects on school-based mental health.
Research Fellowships
The Psychiatry in Primary Care Fellowship boasts an excellent track record of success by combining research experience with the resources of a nationally renowned Master of Public Health Program. Graduates of the program will be skilled researchers with a focus on mental health problems encountered in the primary medical care settings.
This fellowship offers the opportunity to learn about mental health services for older adults and health services research methods in diverse community and health care settings. The program has a strong history of integrated care research.