Work on a scholarly project that you’ll develop into a publication or presentation for a regional or national meeting.
During our research rotation, you can collaborate on a faculty member’s scholarly project or propose your own project and develop it.
The work you undertake will help you understand how research can improve the quality of evaluations and patient care in the field of forensic psychiatry.
Our oft-published faculty members can help you:
We encourage you to publish your work in peer-reviewed journals and present at national conferences, particularly the annual meeting for the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL).
Your research mentor can guide you as you embark on the process of presenting or preparing for publication.
We’ll provide you with support to ensure you are equipped to attend the annual AAPL meeting and the AAPL forensic review course.
You’ll work alongside faculty members who emphasize compassion, integrity and responsiveness to the needs of research participants.
Our research training will heighten your awareness about the importance of approaching potential research subjects with consideration and respect for their psychiatric illnesses.
Our research rotation will expose you to the special research considerations in the field of forensic psychiatry, including a subject’s:
Approximately one half-day per week for one year
We encourage you to work with a mentor whose interests align with yours.
Faculty members you might work with include: