Fellows participate in a wide range of academic activities including clinical and basic science research, medical education, and patient care clinics. The fellowship offers training in inpatient detoxification, evaluation, treatment, consults as well as outpatient and partial hospitalization and treatment.
The Department of Psychiatry offers residency training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Our program promotes a culture of respect, inclusivity, and professionalism. Our training includes normal and abnormal child development with didactic seminars on cognitive, psychodynamic, social, and biological treatment approaches, including anatomical and biochemical studies.
This fellowship is designed to teach psychiatrists the importance of looking beyond the prescription pad, utilizing multi-dimensional treatment to serve those experiencing homelessness during their path to recovery. Psychiatrists will learn about publicly funded systems of care, the importance of stable access to shelter and food, case management, and wrap-around services.
This fellowship is designed for psychiatrists who are committed to working in the public sector with individuals who often suffer from the most serious and persistent mental illnesses and who rely upon community-based, publicly-funded systems of care.
The University of Florida, College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and the Malcom Randall VA Hospital offers a one year full-time fellowship training program in Geriatric Psychiatry. This ACGME accredited fellowship will include clinical, educational and research components and is intended for psychiatrists who have an interest in a clinical or an academic career.
The fellowship offers extensive training in ECT, TMS, tDCS, and DBS. Training sites include the UF Health Shands Psychiatric Hospital, a DBS clinic located in the Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration, and two TMS suites located in the UF Health at Springhill Clinic.