Rotations

 Richard Blondell and Stefan Kantrowitz

“It’s hard to imagine another program that offers such rich clinical training with such expert faculty,” says fellow Stefan Kantrowitz, (right), with Richard Blondell, professor.

Our rotations give you the skills to recognize, evaluate and treat addiction using the full range of treatment modalities.

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This unopposed rotation familiarizes you with the physiological disturbances that occur during acute withdrawal from alcohol, sedatives, opioids and other classes of drugs.
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You’ll use medical and psychotherapeutic interventions to treat patients for drug and alcohol dependence during this unopposed rotation.
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This rotation teaches you how to manage former inpatients who have transitioned to outpatient addiction care.
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Training in the consultation/liaison service of a major urban medical center, you’ll learn to recognize and diagnose psychiatric conditions most commonly encountered in hospital settings.
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Training in ECMC’s inpatient psychiatric ward, you’ll participate as a full team member as you care for patients struggling with addiction and comorbid psychiatric conditions.
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You’ll see firsthand how community-based programs and ancillary treatment sources help your patients during this customizable rotation.
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You’ll take part in all aspects of addiction care at a therapeutic treatment campus designed to help adolescents and young adults build skills to live drug-free.
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Using psychosocial interventions and pharmacologic approaches, you’ll provide care for your own panel of patients during your yearlong continuity clinic.
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We allocate a full 12 weeks to electives — and we schedule them at the end of your fellowship, giving you time to determine which areas of our specialty you’d like to explore in-depth.