At these regular meetings, you will present and discuss the unusual or challenging cases you see in your rotations with faculty and staff at our primary clinical sites.
You will learn to assess patients with psychiatric and addiction problems and motivate them for treatment. Patients are interviewed in a group setting, followed by discussion.
The morning CPEP conference is for presenting and discussing patients evaluated during the on-call period, with particular attention given to interesting or challenging cases.
At each meeting, PGY-3 residents present a patient case with challenging psychopharmacological issues. You will discuss basic science and receptors along with clinical management strategies.
This ongoing psychotherapy seminar is targeted to PGY-3 residents with more psychotherapy experience. It combines discussions of difficult treatment situations with a case presentation format. You will present a patient case, including psychodynamic formulation, contributing to the seminar’s clinical relevance.
This ongoing psychotherapy seminar for PGY-3 residents focuses on applying CBT techniques to a variety of psychiatric disorders. You will present a patient case that involves CBT, contributing to the seminar’s clinical relevance.