Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Lecture series
This required series is also attended by the fourth-year psychiatry residents, but is aimed by the CL Fellow. It is open to other psychiatric Fellows. Topics are wide-ranging and pertinent to Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, and are presented by a variety of faculty members from Psychiatry and other URMC specialties. Topics could include:
- The process of consultations
- Defenses & Anxiety
- Models of consultation and collaborative care models
- Strategizing history and engaging patients
- Social factors influencing psychiatric presentations
- Transplant psychiatry
- Neuropsychological testing
- Sleep disorders
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Hyperkinetic disorders
- Physical medicine and rehabilitation
- Psychiatry and:
- Endocrine disorders
- GI issues
- Substance Issues
- Renal disease
- Heart disease
- Somatic Symptom disorders
- Somatoform disorders in children and adolescents
- Work-life balance and provider burnout
Lectures to be given by the Fellow
Fellows are expected to devise and deliver at least 3 lectures to junior psychiatry residents or other trainees on topics of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry.
In addition to rotation-specific (bedside) supervision, Fellows will receive an hour of 1:1 supervision per week with the Program Director. The supervision will focus on rotation-specific topics and pertinent literature, collaboration and supervision skills, practice improvement, development of professional identity, and work-life balance.
This monthly meeting will cover readings pertinent to Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. These meetings will often occur off-site and are also attended by the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow and Director, and can include various faculty members.
Psychiatry Grand Rounds
These weekly presentations occur from September through May. During the summer (July - August), the weekly Grand Rounds is replaced by the weekly Brown Bag series, which focuses on matters of diversity, equity, and inclusion.