Curriculum

Kiran Khalid completed her psychiatry residency while studying under outstanding faculty such as Annemarie Mikowski, DO, right.

Our program coordinates robust clinical, didactic and independent research opportunities to thoroughly prepare you for your career, wherever it takes you.

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The first year of your psychiatry residency gives you a strong foundation in the field.
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The didactic curriculum in your second year complements your clinical rotations in inpatient, child and adolescent, addiction, consultation-liaison and emergency psychiatry.
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Your third year focuses on treating patients in the outpatient setting.
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In the last year of your residency, you will complete any outstanding requirements and select electives to complement or enhance your training.
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We offer three optional specialized tracks—research, child and adolescent psychiatry, and medical educator—to help you develop expertise tailored to the career you want.
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Our rotations give you an impressive range of experiences with multiple patient populations, therapy modalities and clinical settings, helping you develop a flexible, adaptable skill set and a broad perspective on contemporary psychiatric care.
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Our seminars, conferences and rounds provide a solid foundation for your clinical practice and include ample time to discuss cases you see in your rotations. They also help you keep abreast of new research in and beyond our department.