Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Lecture series
This required series is also attended at the fourth-year psychiatry residents, but is aimed at 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. For a list of sample topics, see below
- 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 two 1-hour supervision sessions 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.