So, personally my mom is an FM doc and I got to see the variety of stuff she does and also how much she still loves her job after 30 years. Many programs are specifically aligned with underserved missions although not true everywhere. The Emory University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has developed one of the most dynamic residency programs in the country. For over 60 years, the Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program has provided the ultimate postgraduate clinical training experience in orthopaedic surgery. Please click on the PGY-1-4 links below to learn more about our residents. Yeah! And for sure no to the second question. If you want to take care of immigrants/refugees, take a look at what translator services they have. I don't have the ACGME requirements memorized but everywhere will do a minimum 1 month of OB. NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester Behavioral Health Center 21 Bloomingdale Road You will spend a significant amount of time on inpatient medicine, in outpatient continuity clinic, and will have some peds / OB. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I will if I need to but I would love to use my electives for specialties that I'm especially interested in and will help me be a better PCP in the future (doing addiction medicine next month, want to do derm, I've heard neuro and ortho are very helpful). This is more where family med shines, but again can vary by program just in terms of volume. Some places may stop there. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't there a month or two or surgical training for FM residency? While it is possible to find Internal Medicine residency interview questions and answers pdf, Pediatrics residency interview questions and answers pdf, etc. Family med also tends to have closer relationship with mental health than internal medicine, from what I garnered during medical school, Family med also has a ton of variety in possible practice settings, that can evolve over your career. Some places (Charlottesville, Asheville, Seattle programs) were able to say they have done special trainings of all their staff on how to use pronouns correctly, they have gender diverse options in the EMR and intake paperwork, they have rainbows in clinic, etc. OB track may mean you do an extra elective, plus attend monthly workshops, get called first for deliveries / C-sections etc. So just seeing those cases and trying to get a better grip on the anatomy is helpful. I also hated seeing patients on tons of contradictory meds and docs refusing to change any of them because "that's the PCP's responsibility." Yeah, this is all part of individual program's curriculum. Thank you for your interest in Emory University General Psychiatry Residency Program. We offer eleven PGY-1 positions (nine categorical and two research track) and a limited number of second year positions for General Psychiatry. I was wondering if you happened to interview anywhere in the Southeast, and specifically at Emory University per chance? The Emory Residency Program provides both excellent clinical training as well as opportunities to develop as an educator and researcher. Welcome to the Residency subreddit, a community of interns and residents who are … I did one "audition rotation" at Ventura and didn't end up applying there for personal reasons (program is great though, small community based just turned out not to be what I wanted). This approach prepares residents for careers in a field where the interface with all specialties is of great importance. We have a program for managing neonates of moms with opioid use. Hey! This experience is complemented by a psychopharmacology clinic that begins in the third year. Jennie McKown, MSHS, PA-C 600 North Wolfe Street Baltimore, MD 21287 Dont work your butt off 4th year but OB was a steep learning curve and it might have been nice to be a little more familiar with managing an induction before my rotation! I loved OB and peds, and this is the only specialty where you get to take care of both. I'm actually on my surgery rotation right now. I didn't see as much support for addiction med & gender affirming care at some of the smaller unopposed places I looked at. Starting in the second year, residents participate in clinical electives in areas as diverse as child psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, treatment resistant depression and forensic psychiatry. Residents in nursing homes (NHs) experience pain that is underrecognized and undertreated. If so, what is that like? I don't mean this to say you "punt" all patients with mental health needs, but think of it as, your patient deserves to see a certified mental health professional and not just a compassionate doctor, bc you cannot give an hour of your time during clinic and your therapists can! "Tracks" / fellowships: this is more of a thing at the western programs I applied to, Colorado especially. It is a field generally full of the nicest people, who want to serve the largest population of patients possible. So, I hope some of this information is helpful to you lot! If you have a "family med inpatient" service where they admit peds, adults, OB and newborns you can get more exposure there too. Disclaimer: if some details like min required OB or peds time, are wrong... whoops! The Emory Clinic Adult Outpatient Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Program provides care for a full range of psychiatric problems affecting adults. Try not to take it too personally if it happens. I just sent this info out to the M4s at my med school who are applying FM and thought I'd repost here. Emory Clinic psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and nurse practitioners offer compassionate care for patients experiencing psychiatric conditions, including diagnosis and on-going treatment. I have been incredibly interested in Family Medicine very recently, and just learned about opposed vs unopposed programs. I think there was an unopposed program in Colorado (St Anthonys) that seemed really cool but it was such a teeny hospital, like 100 beds. But the large academic centers see tons of specialized pathology and have a ton of interdisciplinary resources. I really loved adolescent psychiatry but more so for my own personal interest and less as a "must" for all FM. PGY-3 and 4 residents have 6 hours dedicated to direct patient care that may include intakes and psychotherapy (individual, group, and couple/family). Mission. Some programs just kind of shrug and say "we welcome everyone." Everyone will do at least 1 month of OB, but that's the minimum requirement. Each year we typically receive more than 1,200 applications and interview approximately 130 candidates. 2.0k votes, 102 comments. Dennis G. Foster, University of South Alabama College of Medicine. I hope some of it is helpful. And do you think it's necessary to get LORs from programs or specifically their director in order to be more competitive during interview season? Okay y'all that was a f*ckton of info. Oliver M. Glass, M.D., is Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal. 66.7k members in the Residency community. If you want to work with underserved populations, ask how many Medicaid and or uninsured patients they see. The electives take place in a variety of settings including nationally recognized clinical and research centers such as the Trauma and Anxiety Recovery Program, Women’s Mental Health Program, Fuqua Center for Late-Life Depression, Grady NIA Project (for suicide prevention), Maternal Substance Abuse and Child Development Program, Autism Center and the Childhood Anxiety and Mood Disorders Program. Every program is opt-out, so if you don't want to do abortions you will never be required to, Sports med: if your program has a sports med fellowship/track that's probably a good indicator that they have at least one faculty who is sports med certified and can teach you everything about injuries and joint injections you'd ever want to know, Behavioral health: some programs let you get CBT training. I am at a rural continuity clinic and I've already done a circ, colpo and excisional biopsy in my first month. Because of ABFM (American board of family medicine) requirements, all FM programs are going to have a ton of similarities. Our Residents We are fortunate to have a diverse group of residents from all over the country and world with varied backgrounds and achievements. I also asked about gender affirming care (hormone therapy), and what their clinic was doing to make LGBTQ populations feel more welcome. As scientists, our treatments are based on continuous medical research along with years of clinical experience. This basically means they have curated extra opportunities in those areas and you can elect to be part of that track and maybe have an extra certificate at the end. Some places (I think Wichita KS) do like 6 months of OB. To request an Adult Psychiatry Outpatient appointment, please call us at 404-778-5526. I’m interested in family medicine. He completed his psychiatry residency training at East Carolina University and is a PGY-VI forensic psychiatry fellow at Emory University in Atlanta. Some places have tons of moms and kids. Maybe it's my controlling nature but I did not want to just address one aspect of someone's health. Our doctors specialize in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders. For example, at Charlottesville VA the residents basically told me that on your OB rotation, you are with the OB/gyn faculty and residents and they basically make you stand in a corner and don't let you do any deliveries. OB: one of the biggest questions applicants have (myself included). For better or worse, a majority of family med programs now are trending toward minimalizing OB. Some have more geriatric. During 3rd year I really liked something about every rotation. I mean of course if you rotate somewhere you should be higher on their radar than if you don't, but I didn't rotate at any of the programs on my rank list (other than my home program) so I didn't have LOR from any of them. We're a touchy feely bunch. Our Residents. I moved my rank list around for my partner and it worked out! I really like going to ortho cases bc I didn't see much during 3rd year surgery rotation and the knee and rotator cuff are hugely relevant to primary care! What do residents do after graduation? MSK/Sports will always be relevant and it's often a weak area coming out of med school. Thank you for your interest in the Neurology residency program at Tulane University. 77.1k I originally was very interested in unopposed bc I did a sub-I in Ventura CA, which is unopposed, and saw how incredibly hands on the residents … I just typed this up on the fly. They may talk to you about an "OB track," "global health," "sports med," etc. Often there is a month of peds ED too. Regional: ask me more about this if you have specific questions. Emory's internal medicine residency program is named for John Willis Hurst, MD (1920-2011), a devoted medical educator and an international leader in cardiology. Residency and domicile are actually two distinct terms, but "residency" is often used interchangeably for both terms. Graduates of the Emory program are well-prepared to enter general pediatric practice, subspecialty training, or a career in teaching and research. The Emory Emergency Medicine (EM) Residency Program actively works to recruit, develop, and train the next generation of diverse Emergency Medicine leaders with the skills and expertise to provide outstanding patient care, engage in cutting edge research, seek opportunities for service and advocacy, and invest in personal and professional wellness and resiliency techniques. If you see a ton of prenatal patients in clinic, you will likely have the opportunity to do deliveries throughout your training, even when you're not on an "OB" rotation. She did OB / c sections for like 20 years and rounded on all her patients in the hospital every morning (idk if I want to work quite that hard tho). Home » Education » Combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency Program » Current Residents. That was a red flag for me but unfortunately this is true at many (NOT ALL) programs. If you were super interested and it isn't a core of the program, ask if they have elective opportunities. If you have a partner, you have to consider their needs too. Carolyn Davis, Ross University SOM. This is an additional 1-2 years depending on program. Some places may be more likely to refer out to OB or derm for these things. Could you speak about how you chose it? That's part of the set curriculum that all their residents do, as opposed to just using all your elective time. I didn't really have any mentorship from other students who had applied FM and largely figured everything out from scratch. Emory University main site; Administrative Offices; Emory Healthcare; Give to Emory; Academic Calendars; Bookstore; Campus Maps; Shuttles and Parking; Athletics: Emory Eagles; Arts at Emory; Emory News Center Each residency class at UNC pursues a different variety career options within the field of psychiatry, including academic faculty positions, fellowships, research, and community work. The inpatient psychiatry rotations during PGY1 are performed at Lutheran Hospital, Cleveland Clinic's primary facility for inpatient psychiatry (100 inpatient psychiatry beds). Not all family medicine residency programs prepare residents for academic and/or research careers. Emory also has clinical and research programs in ACGME approved fellowships in Forensic, Geriatric, Child and Adolescent, and Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry as well as fellowships in Community Psychiatry and HIV/AIDS Clinic Research Training. UCLA, OTOH, is a powerhouse program in a very competitive location. You need a fairly strong application. By that I mean, as FM you will have a panel of patients you see throughout your whole training and not just during a 4 week block. Inpatient procedures meaning placing central lines, doing intubations, paracentesis, thoracentesis, LPs, etc. M.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine. If you believe you or a loved one may need mental health care immediately, our licensed behavioral health evaluators are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 404-728-6222. Some places (Ventura CA is an example) have you do a f*ckton. Some FM programs don't touch gender affirming therapy and refer everyone to endocrine, or have never heard of it. I originally was very interested in unopposed bc I did a sub-I in Ventura CA, which is unopposed, and saw how incredibly hands on the residents were there. The 13 members of the Class of 2019 are: Continuing their child and adolescent psychiatry training at UNC (5) Pursuing a fellowship at UNC … Continued Emory offers one of the most diverse clinical training sites in the country. Upon completion of our fully accredited residency in Physical Medical and Rehabilitation, we believe our graduates demonstrate the knowledge and skills to be excellent physiatrists and will be leaders in PM&R. Welcome to Emory! The strength of the research faculty is supported by the fact that Emory is ranked amongst the top in the nation in NIH funding. You'll be personally responsible for recording procedures you do but that is for the purpose of getting privileges at a job once you graduate and not necessarily 'required' by a program. Also important to think about payer model. Thank you! Nora Loughry. The other thing to pay attention to is how much continuity OB you get. PGY-1: Luke Beardslee, Albany Medical College. Cookies help us deliver our Services. To me that just doesn't feel like the kind of environment I wanted to be in. The Emory University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has developed one of the most dynamic residency programs in the country. They are very good, but with an above average application, you should be able to get interviews there. Rachel Reed, Chicago Medical School, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science Residents have inpatient rotations in a variety of settings including Emory University Hospital, Grady Memorial Hospital and the Atlanta VA Medical Center. Now outpatient procedures would be things like circumcisions, colposcopy/LEEP, derm stuff like removing lipomas/skin lesions. You definitely don't have to do them, some people in my current intern class did a sub I out here and many did not. A resident can also chose research electives in a number of programs including the Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit, the Molecular Neurobiology of Fear Laboratory at the Yerkes National Primate Center, the Center for Positron Emission Tomography, the Mind-Body Program and the Laboratory of Neuropsychopharmacology to name a few.