Fellowship Training Opportunities

Current fellowship openings:

New York Presbyterian Hospital- Columbia University Campus

We are recruiting for our Emergency Psychiatry Fellowship for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Emergency psychiatry fellows work in our Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP), located in a top academic setting, within the New York Presbyterian Hospital at the Columbia Campus. With a diverse patient population, the CPEP is comprised of 18 psychiatric emergency beds, and 6 Extended Observation Beds. It is staffed by Psychiatric Attendings, Residents, Registered nurses, students, licensed social workers and admission personnel – a vibrant team of up to 15 people a day, where professional peer support and supervision is also a priority. Our CPEP is located in an urban community, and has about 6000 visits a year. Exciting new initiatives include provision of telepsychiatry consultations to our remote sister hospitals, and a volunteer lead well-being therapeutic program.

While developing expertise in emergency management of psychiatric patients, fellows teach in our Urgent Psychiatry Lecture Series, and are expected to develop a Quality Improvement project, with potential for publication. There is possibility of combining this fellowship with the Public Psychiatry Fellowship, for dual training. Graduates of our program now hold administrative titles in the hospital or have found work across New York City and nationally.

Come join our dynamic group!

We have a competitive benefits package; New York Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University are an equal opportunity employer. Additional information can be found at: https://www.columbiapsychiatry.org/education-and-training/clinical-fellowships/emergency-psychiatry-fellowship

Public and Community Psychiatry Fellowships

Public and Community Psychiatry Fellowships provide training in psychiatric leadership, recovery oriented services, advocacy, and program evaluation/services research. An expanding list of programs has been created, mostly in the past decade. Providing a combination of didactic and field experiences, these 1-2 year post-residency fellowships represent the gold standard for preparing psychiatrists for leadership roles in organizational settings, whose funding largely derives from public sources. Since, as revealed in a recently published survey of APA members, early and mid-career psychiatrists now spend more time in such publicly-funded organizational settings than in private practice, the value of training dedicated to working in these settings is becoming increasingly clear to psychiatric residents as they become early-career psychiatrists. While most fellows enter these programs immediately following residency, they are equally suitable for early and mid-career psychiatrists.

Following is a list of current public and community psychiatry fellowships:

Alabama

Univ of Alabama School of Med, Tuscaloosa Campus, Public Psychiatry Fellowship

Director: Marisa A. Giggie, MD, MPAff

E-mail address: magiggie@cchs.ua.edu

Website: http://fmr.ua.edu/curriculum/fellowships/

California

UCSD Community Psychiatry Fellowship Program and Community Psychiatry Child and Adolescent Track: San Diego, CA

Director: Steve Koh, MD, MPH, MBA

E-mail address: shkoh@ucsd.edu

Website: http://psychresidency.ucsd.edu/communityfellowship/Pages/default.aspx

UCSF Public Psychiatry Fellowship at SFGH, San Francisco, CA

Director: Christina Mangurian, MD

E-mail address: christina.mangurian@ucsf.edu

Website address: http://ppf.ucsf.edu/

Connecticut

Yale Fellowship in Public Psychiatry: New Haven, CT

Director: Jeanne Steiner, DO

E-mail address: Jeanne.steiner@yale.edu

Website: www.medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry/education/clinfell/public.aspx

Yale Fellowship in Young Adult Community Psychiatry, New Haven CT

Director: Timothy Van Deusen MD

E-mail address: timothy.vandeusen@yale.edu

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Florida

University of Florida Community Psychiatry Fellowship: Vero Beach, FL

Director: Wayne Creelman, MD

E-mail address: creelman@ufl.edu; rchris@ufl.edu

Illinois

Rush University Community Psychiatry Fellowship Program, Chicago, IL

Director: Niranjan Karnik, MD, PhD

E-mail address: Niranjan_Karnik@rush.edu

Website: http://www.rushu.rush.edu/commpsychfellow

Massachusetts

Boston Medical Center Fellowship in Public and Community Psychiatry

Director: Michelle Durham, MD, MPH

Website: http://www.bumc.bu.edu/psychiatry

Email: Michelle.Durham@bmc.org


Kraft Family National Center for Leadership and Training in Community Health

Director: Derri Shtasel, MD, MPH

E-mail address:dshtasel@partners.org

Website: http://www.kraftcommunityhealth.org/


Massachusetts General Hospital Fellowship in Public and Community Psychiatry

Director: Oliver Freudenreich MD

E-mail address: Freudenreich.Oliver@mgh.harvard.edu

Website: http://mghmcleanpsychiatry.partners.org/program/public-and-community-psychiatry/

New York

Columbia University Public Psychiatry Fellowship: New York, NY

Director: Stephanie LeMelle, MD

E-mail address: Lemelle@nyspi.columbia.edu

Website: ppf.hs.columbia.edu

Montefiore Medical Center Integrated Care Fellowship, Bronx NY

Director: Sally Ricketts MD

E-mail address: srickett@montefiore.org

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NYU/Bellevue Public Psychiatry Fellowship: New York, NY

Director: Serena Volp, MD, MPH

E-mail address: serena.volpp@nyumc.org

Website: http://psych.med.nyu.edu/education/fellowshiptraining/public-psychiatryFellowship Training

North Carolina

UNC - Chapel Hill Department of Psychiatry and Center for Excellence in Community Psychiatry Fellowship in Community Psychiatry: Chapel Hill, NC

Director: Robin Reed, MD

E-mail address: Robin_Reed@med.unc.edu

Ohio

Case Western Reserve University, Public and Community Psychiatry Fellowship; Cleveland, OH

Director: Patrick Runnels, MD Assoc Directors: Rosa Ruggiero, CNP; Farah Munir, DO

E-mail address: patrick.runnels@uhhospitals.org

Website: http://www.cwrupsychiatry.org/training/fellowships/public-and-community-psychiatry

Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) Departments of Psychiatry and Family and Community Medicine Fellowship in Integrated Community Psychiatry and Primary Care

Director: Douglas Smith, MD, DFAPA

E-mail address: IntegratedCareFellowship@neomed.edu

Website: http://www.neomed.edu/academics/bestcenter/integrated-care-fellowship-recruitment-material.pdf

Pennsylvania

Rural Psychiatry Fellowship, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic

Director: Penny Chapman; Co-director: Manish Sapra

E-mail address: pennydailey@gmail.com sapram@upmc.edu

Website: http://www.pprp.pitt.edu/

University of Pennsylvania Fellowship in Public Psychiatry; Center of Excellence and Innovation in Public Psychiatry: Philadelphia, PA

Directors: Trevor Hadley PhD and Larry Real MD

E-mail address: thadley@mail.med.upenn.edu larry.real@hhinc.org;

Website: http://www.med.upenn.edu/cmhpsr/fellowship.html#public

Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic Center for Public Service Psychiatry Fellowship Program: Pittsburgh, PA

Director: Wesley Sowers, MD; Co-director: Robert Marin

E-mail address: sowerswe@upmc.edu marinr@upmc.edu

Website: www.wpic.pitt.edu/education/CPSP

Texas

UT Southwestern Community Behavioral Health Track, Dallas, TX

Director: Carol North, MD

E-mail address: Carol.North@UTSouthwestern.edu

Washington

University of Washington Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Seattle, WA

UW Integrated Care Training Program: Integrated Care Fellowship

Director: Anna Ratzliff, MD, PhD

E-mail address: annar22@uw.edu

Website: https://sharepoint.washington.edu/uwpsychiatry/Education/Pages/IntegratedCareFellowship.aspx