Jashi Abhirajan, Program Coordinator: jashi.abhirajan@duke.edu. Find a colleague to talk to about it. It felt like such a privilege to be able to talk with people and help people through such difficult times in their lives and periods of such vulnerability. She is a originally from central North Carolina and a graduate of University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Please consider becoming a research participant today. I knew it was never going to be boring. On the wards and in the clinic, she is an active teacher and supervisor for psychiatry residents, medical students, physician assistant students, and social work interns. The Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences has two leadership positions—Director and Associate Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion—to provide vision and leadership to promote an equitable, anti-racist and inclusive culture within the department and in partnership with other entities across the Duke School of Medicine and Duke Health. And both in terms of our clinical rotations and our didactic seminars, I want us to be using cutting-edge educational methods in our teaching. Exposure to concepts and practice in psychotherapy in the first year, with weekly PGY1 process groups. It’s important to look at that to create the best possible education experience, and it’s another aspect of trying to reduce burnout. Duke Psychiatry: What are your areas of expertise within psychiatry? Another thing I value as a leader is to do everything I can to include residents and faculty in decisions about changes within the program and be as transparent as possible regarding how we think about making changes and helping the program evolve and grow. Dr. Zucker is Founder and Director of the Duke Center for Eating Disorders (DCED), an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Duke University School of Medicine, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke … The Duke Medicine-Psychiatry Residency Training Program is committed to training physicians to provide compassionate medical and psychiatric care to diverse patients. The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Duke University School of Medicine is seeking an academic psychologist at the Associate Professor or Professor level to serve as Co-Director of the Division of Adult Psychiatry and Psychology.The successful candidate will have a strong academic background with demonstrated leadership and history of accomplishment in clinical … I’m also interested in diversity and inclusion. Applications are accepted each fall from internal candidates only from the Duke Psychiatry Residency Program.Psychiatry residents who have successfully completed PGY1 are eligible to apply, with the approval of their Program Director. ©2020 Duke University and Duke University Health System, All Rights Reserved. A leader in collaborative care, the Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences department works with a number of other departments to provide holistic clinical care. Vestal: One thing I think is really important is having the right service-to-education ratio, to have really outstanding educational experiences that are grounded in clinical care, while making sure we’re striking the right balance without having too much or too little service—that is, clinical tasks that might not require a physician to be doing. Residents learn through clinical experiences at various training sites in a range of healthcare delivery settings, and through lecture-based and interactive learning experiences offered in academic half-day sessions by leaders in the field. Jennifer Mando-Vandrick serves as the Residency Program Director for the PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency at Duke University Hospital. Faculty Intranet Site. Global Health Psychiatry Residency. Every person was different. Dr. Rynn is professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. When asked why they chose to come to Duke, residents say it's the sense of autonomy and camaraderie among the house staff that most attracted them to our program. I have particular interests in physician wellness, diversity and inclusion, and teaching about teaching (in addition to teaching about psychiatry!). Director, Operations Psychiatry Residency Training. After I graduated, I had the amazing opportunity to become the associate program director for the residency and the clerkship director for medical students at MGH McLean. I was also seeing patients on an inpatient psychiatry unit that specialized in bipolar and psychotic disorders. Division: Infectious Diseases. Ethel Owens, Staff Specialist: ethel.owens@duke.edu. Duke Psychiatry: What excites you most about being at Duke? The people are the key component to our continued success. For more information on the VTCSOM Psychiatry residency program, please feel free to contact us: Michael Greenage, D.O. Vestal: It was the connection with the patients. 4). Medicine-Psychiatry Residency Current Residents The Duke Medicine-Psychiatry residents come to Duke and from all over the country to explore exciting career paths in hospital-based or community practices, ranging from general medicine-psychiatry to a wide variety of specialty opportunities. ©2020 Duke University and Duke University Health System, All Rights Reserved. Taking care of patients with severe mental illness, including catatonia, is a particular interest of mine. Our faculty supervisors represent expertise in all types of psychotherapy. Duke-trained neurosurgeons are uniquely positioned to become neurosurgical visionaries. I believe I've found that at Duke! Growing up in a Boston suburb, Heather Vestal, MD, MHS, was certain of one thing: while she always wanted to be a doctor, she did not want to follow in her parents’ footsteps and become a psychiatrist. Associate Residency Program Director Eric M. Thompson, MD eric.thompson@duke.edu Phone: 919-681-5073 We recently sat down with Vestal to learn more about her background and her vision for Duke Psychiatry’s residency program. I am excited to welcome you to the Hackensack Meridian Health General Psychiatric Residency Training Program at Ocean Medical Center. Every illness was different. Foreign or domestic radiology residents may observe in the department. Residents receive broad-based training with an emphasis on the biopsychosocial model of mental illness. Q&A with Heather Vestal, Duke Psychiatry's New Residency Program Director. Features of our psychotherapy training include: Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM)—the use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients—is at the heart of our approach to clinical care and education. This site is under construction. So that really resonated with me. The Duke Psychiatry Residency Program, led by Heather Vestal, MD, MHS, is a part of the Duke University Health System, a nationally ranked academic medical center and one of the most sophisticated centers in the world for medical education. Vestal: In residency, I got really interested in medical education. Meet Our New Interim Program Director We are pleased to announce that Katy Bartlett, MD will begin serving as the Interim Program Director of the Pediatrics … Jennifer Mando-Vandrick, Pharm.D. Christopher Eckstein, MD. Residents receive broad-based training with an emphasis on the biopsychosocial model of mental illness. They will be expected to attend Duke resident conferences, including morning conference, Hot Seat conference … Donna Sudak, President, AADPRT Vice Chair for Education, Director of Psychotherapy Training, Drexel University. Duke Psychiatry: What was your next professional step after residency? I still love seeing patients, and I want to always be doing that. Throughout the last five years, a lot of my time has been dedicated to teaching education, leadership and administration. Loneliness and Social Isolation: A CBT Approach for the Busy Psychiatrist. The Duke Psychotherapy Track (DPT), led by Marla Wald, MD, helps residents develop advanced psychotherapeutic skills to use in multiple clinical settings. The thing I enjoy most about being a program director is the relationships with the residents—talking with them, understanding what they’re going through and helping them through struggles. From left, residency staff are Jody Crabtree, senior division coordinator; Felecia Williams, program coordinator; and Teri Pond, GME coordinator. There are changes that target reducing burnout in the work environment. Dr. Holmer is the Director of Undergraduate Medical Education for the Department of Psychiatry and Medical Director of the Psychiatric Inpatient Unit for Duke University Hospital. Residency Program Director Michael Haglund, MD, PhD michael.haglund@duke.edu 919-681-2610. To be able to move to an area that has it all—the warmer weather, the coast, the mountains, and a place where we could actually buy a house and have a little bit more space—was really an awesome opportunity as well. I suspect that they will be able to provide support and likely even relate to that experience and will help you feel a lot less alone. (Log-in required). — Jane Trinh, MD, Program Director. I did that for three years, and then two years ago, I became the program co-director. I trained in a program that also really valued strong medical training and the concept that psychiatrists are doctors too. Residents in the DPT learn both foundational concepts and advanced skills in the following psychotherapies: psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, ACT, group therapy and family/couples therapy. In U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 America’s Best Graduate Schools edition, Duke University School of Medicine received top marks for internal medicine training (No. Psy Hub for faculty. Learn more about Medicine-Pediatrics training. Assistant Professor of Neurology. A Typical Week for Charlotte Schwarz, MD Monday. Morning: Mondays are my full days seeing patients in the Duke Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic—mostly for medication management appointments, with occasional therapy sessions. Duke offers psychiatry residents a balanced, holistic education, integrating theoretical and scientific understandings of psychiatry. Reflections on the Duke program That may include bringing in new content about the latest things that are happening in the field. The Medicine and Psychiatry Residency Program is a combined five-year program offered by the departments of Medicine and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. I’m also interested in clinical research that explores the medicine/psychiatry interface and improves quality of care. To a large extent, Duke already has that, and I want to be sure to continue that tradition. EBM integrates individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research. The Duke Med-Peds residency program offers diverse training in both adult and pediatric medicine with substantial experiences in primary care and subspecialty medicine. Clinical Interests: Infectious complications of solid-organ transplantation, hematologic malignancy, hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation, and other non-HIV-related immune-compromised states. Residents practice these skills on the ward and in the clinic, and attending psychiatrists and supervisors apply an evidence-based approach to resident supervision. Clinic starts at 8am, and my first slot of the day is for intake appointments. I was doing a lot of teaching, curriculum development and medical education research. William Bynum, MD, Program Director; Brian Halstater, MD, Medical Director; Cerrone Cohen, MD, Co-Associate Program Director; ... Residency Staff. Experience with different psychotherapy supervisors throughout the program. Director of Residency Training and Education 2017 S. Jefferson St. Roanoke, VA 24014 Fax: 540-985-9679. Thank you for your patience. This past September—five years later and a few states southward—Vestal became the residency program director in Duke Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. Tanya Wells, Graduate Medical Education Program Coordinator: tanya.wells@duke.edu. Initially, though, I’ll be more focused on my administrative responsibilities as program director. In academic medical centers, trainees inevitably observe systems in need of improvement. Browse current studies. By Susan Gallagher. Here are some excerpts from our conversation. Trainee quality improvement efforts have ranged from enhancing the care and safety for patients and staff in the Emergency Department to facilitating transitions of care and other arenas. Vestal: My advice would be “Don’t worry alone.” If there’s ever something that you’re concerned about, whether it’s something that’s going on with a patient or an interaction with a colleague or you’re feeling like you’re not doing a good enough job, don’t hold that in. Live supervision of therapy patients during the PGY2 year using one-way mirror observation for trainees to watch expert clinicians conduct psychotherapy. Tia Williams-Hope, Medicine-Psychiatry Residency Program Coordinator: tia.williams@duke.edu There are a lot of different ways to approach wellness. Duke University Hospital (DUH) is an academic medical center and serves as the flagship of Duke University Health System (DUHS), which includes two community hospitals, Duke Regional Hospital and Duke Raleigh Hospital, as well as affiliations with other hospitals in the region, community based primary care practices, home care, infusion services and hospice care. Duke Clinic is a 20-minute drive from Raleigh-Durham International Airport. We had actually been interested in moving out of Boston for quite some time. So that’s something I’m excited to get more into doing here at Duke. To help residents find a voice for effective advocacy, Duke places significant emphasis on quality improvement. But as an undergraduate at Boston College, she declared psychology as her major, finally admitting to herself … It’s an incredible place. Duke Psychiatry: If you could give only one piece of advice to residents, what would you tell them? Participate in Research. Vestal: I’d love to work on developing and expanding on a more formalized wellness program for the Duke psychiatry residents and also collaborate with other physicians and other educators across the Duke system who are working in the physician wellness sphere. After completing medical school and a master of health science degree at Yale, Vestal pursued an adult psychiatry residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital. If this sounds like the kind of program that you would be interested in, I hope you will take a closer look at the Duke Neurology Residency Program. Our four-year, ACGME accredited training program offers a comprehensive clinical and didactic training experience under the supervision and mentorship of expert clinicians and clinician-educators. We invite you to learn more about UAThank you for your interest in the UAB Psychiatry Residency Program. The Duke Psychiatry Residency Program, led by Heather Vestal, MD, MHS, is a part of the Duke University Health System, a nationally ranked academic medical center and one of the most sophisticated centers in the world for medical education. Residents take an introductory EBM course during the PGY1 year, participate in weekly EBM conferences at the Durham VA Medical Center and critically appraise methods in published literature during the weekly chair’s conference. Home » Health Professionals » Residency Programs » Psychiatry Residency Program » Director’s Introduction. Find a mentor. Built in 1930 as the original Duke Hospital building, Duke Clinic (sometimes called Duke South) is now home to the School of Medicine and the medical center's outpatient clinics. The strong foundation in internal medicine is an important part of that. It was where we grew up, but we had also been there for nine years in training. You can make a difference! Director, Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program. The Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences is led by Moira A. Rynn, MD, and a leadership team comprising four vice chairs as well as division directors and education program directors, who assist with the oversight and management of the department's 350+ clinical and research faculty, 70+ residents, fellows and interns, and 300+ staff members. There are the social and community building types of activities or events. The Duke Med-Peds program offers diverse training in both adult and pediatric medicine with substantial experiences in primary care and subspecialty medicine. I see a lot of parallels between these two aspects of my work. She succeeds Jane Gagliardi, MD, MHS, Duke Psychiatry’s vice chair of education, who led the residency program from 2013 to 2019. But I’ve found that the skills I learned in my training to become a psychiatrist are so relevant to my role as an educational leader. Another approach that I have been really interested in is trying to shape and shift the culture of a place to better support physician wellness and trainee wellness. Their rotation schedule can be formulated by the Residency Program Director or designee. Q&A with Heather Vestal, Duke Psychiatry's New Residency Program Director. The specific way I’ve been doing that is with a focus on encouraging residents and faculty to be willing to be vulnerable and share when they’re struggling with something, rather than having a whole bunch of individual people who are suffering in silence and maybe thinking they’re the only people struggling, when actually it’s really a universal experience. Jane Gagliardi, Vice Chair for Education, Psychiatry Residency Training Director, Psychiatry, Duke University Medical Center. I loved doing that, and I look forward to doing inpatient work here at Duke as well. Seminars, experience with patients and mentoring from supervisors offer a strong foundation of psychotherapy competency, with opportunities for trainees to develop proficiency in one or more specific areas of psychotherapy. But as an undergraduate at Boston College, she declared psychology as her major, finally admitting to herself that she “actually really loved psychology.” A few years later, she entered the Yale University School of Medicine with an open mind, but her passion for psychiatry persisted and deepened. Aimee Zaas, MD, MHS. Professor of Medicine. Participation during the PGY3 year in the Duke Family Studies Program, where expert family and couples therapists provide live supervision and feedback during therapy sessions. Duke Psychiatry: In what ways do you envision incorporating these ideas into our residency program? Introduction. Emergency Medicine Program Director. October 24, 2018. Growing up in a Boston suburb, Dr. Heather Vestal was certain of one thing: while she always wanted to be a doctor, she did not want to follow in her parents’ footsteps and become a psychiatrist. Upon finishing her training, she accepted the role of associate residency program director at McLean Hospital. Medicine-Psychiatry. Duke Psychiatry: What are some of your other goals in your role as residency program director? Duke Psychiatry: What was it about psychiatry that drew you in? A range of psychotherapy practicum electives during the PGY3 and PGY4 years. We look forward to working with our new class of residents! To me, having a really robust clinical education experience is the core of a residency program. Our dedicated team works tirelessly to accomplish our core values of outstanding patient care, cutting edge graduate medical training, research innovation, service, and leadership. kirchnerks@upmc.edu 412-246-5320. Director, Residency Program. Social Media menu. In particular, I did a lot of mentoring of residents and medical students, teaching about psychiatry and teaching about teaching—training residents to become great clinician educators. I teach residents and faculty about the practice of self-compassion as a way to reduce the internal self-critical thoughts that are so common, particularly among physicians, and to help them find ways to deal with experiences of shame, which come up quite frequently in medical training. Psychiatry Residency. I searched for the right 'fit', specifically a friendly, energetic learning environment filled with smart, uniquely talented people. To effect meaningful improvements, trainees gain first-hand experience in identifying data, involving stakeholders and leading small but measurable projects. The Duke Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program provides trainees the knowledge and clinical skills to excel as an emergency physician in any setting. Our four-year, ACGME accredited training program offer… Vestal: Within clinical psychiatry, my main areas of expertise are bipolar disorder and psychotic disorders. From 11am to noon, we have dedicated administrative and supervision time. Internal Medicine-Psychiatry Residency. Vestal: My husband and I were both thrilled to have the opportunity to come to Duke [Dr. Matthew Vestal is a pediatric neurosurgeon at Duke]. We had had enough of the New England winters. I’ve done a lot of work in that area over the years, as well as teaching residents how to teach and helping faculty learn how to be great educators. Find a supervisor. On the medical education side, I’m very interested in physician and resident wellness. Mamta Sapra, M.D. The Duke Med-Peds residency program was started in 1986 and has maintained a strong presence at Duke since that time. It may be teaching faculty how to use different teaching methodologies that are thought to be more effective for adult learners. Moira Rynn, MD, has been named the new chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, effective July 1, 2017. The strength of the psychiatry training here really stood out to me. Examples include stepped care with a case manager in the Medicine training clinic, psycho-oncology services at the Duke Cancer Center, transplant psychiatry services in the renowned Duke Transplant Center and collaborative care in the Duke Emergency Department. Thank you for your interest in the UAB Psychiatry Residency Program. The Duke Med-Peds program was started in 1986 and has maintained a strong presence at Duke since that time.

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