4 months of primary care (usually Internal Medicine, although residents on the Child Track may choose to rotate in Pediatrics instead), 2 months of Neurology, 4 weeks of Addictions, 6 weeks of Geriatrics, 1 month of Emergency Psychiatry, 2 1/2 months of Inpatient Psychiatry and 2 weeks of Elective time.
3 1/2 months of Inpatient Psychiatry, 3 months of Community Psychiatry, 2 months of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, 2 months of Inpatient Child Psychiatry, 6 weeks of Night Float and 1 month of Elective.
9 months of outpatient psychiatry, 1 month of Partial Hospitalization Program, 6 weeks of Night Float and 6 weeks of Selective/Elective
The fourth year will primarily be spent as elective time, although some residents may choose to use some of that time in a Clinical or Administrative Chief Resident position. In addition, residents will have a chance to serve as senior residents on clinical rotations to consolidate what they learned from earlier experiences: this will include 6 weeks on both the Consultation-Liaison and Inpatient Psychiatry experiences. It is important to emphasize that these will not be simple repeats of earlier experiences but rather a chance for residents to take on a more advanced role including teaching and supervising junior residents.
In addition to the regular rotations, residents will spend partial days in the outpatient clinic in order to get a longitudinal clinical experience that cuts across the years.
2nd year: 10% Longitudinal Outpatient Experience
4th year: 10% Longitudinal Outpatient Experience
Similarly, the Forensic psychiatry rotation will occur for 1/2 day a week for 2 months during the 3rd year.
In addition, all residents will have 1/2 day per week devoted to their scholarly pursuits, concentrations or tracks.