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Curriculum

The Rush University general psychiatry residency program has been designed to provide residents with comprehensive training in all of the major areas of clinical and scholarly activity pertinent to a general psychiatrist. This training is enhanced by providing residents with multiple other unique training experiences that help distinguish our program. Supported by supervision from experienced, enthusiastic faculty, senior residents, academic conferences and seminars, the residency program aims to develop residents into highly qualified and thoughtful psychiatrists.

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Educational Programs

Residents at Rush attend multiple seminars, lectures and clinical conferences each week. Wednesdays are the primary day for resident seminars. There is a weekly conference on Friday mornings and conferences for specific rotations on other days throughout the week. On the next page is a list of some of the conferences and courses residents attend during the course of their training.

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Research

The Department of Psychiatry at Rush continues its tradition of making significant research contributions to the field. Our faculty researchers remain on the forefront of psychiatric research. Residents are encouraged to participate in ongoing research studies and may receive mentorship if they want to pursue their own projects.




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