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.

Residents listening to a lecture at the twice annual Pharmaceutical Symposium.
  • Conferences and Rounds
    Residents work individually and in teams to identify psychological themes for select works of art at the Burchfield Penny Museum.
  • Site-Based Curriculum
    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.
  • PGY-1 Seminars
    Overviews diagnosing and treating such conditions as major depression, psychotic disorders and bipolar disorder, plus evaluating and managing patients with traumatic brain injury and developmental disabilities. Emphasizes treatment in inpatient settings.
  • PGY-2 Seminars
    Using what you learn in the Case Formulation seminar, you will independently watch a movie the instructor selects, choose a character and write a case formulation for this character. The instructor reviews these and the full group discusses them.
  • PGY-3 and 4 Seminars
    The didactic curriculum for PGY-3 and 4 residents is combined and rotates on a two-year cycle.