Current Fellow Year 1 (FY1)
Niiang Mung, MD
James Matt Ritchie, DO
-Take Child PRITE and use results for direct future learning goals.
-Welcome medical students on rotation and facilitate their educational exposure to CAP.
-Set personal academic goals for supervision and participate consistently in supervision.
-With faculty supervision develop research protocol and obtain IRB approval if needed.
-Present 2 journals for journal club to faculty and other learners.
The Fellow Year 1 consists of rotations in the following areas:
- 3 months of Consult Liaison - Covenant Childrens Hospital
- 1 month of Pediatric Neurology
- Experience In:
-1 month of Adolescent Medicine
-Child Protection Pediatrics
-Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics
Dedicated time for research
- 10% medication management continuity clinic
- 10% therapy continuity clinic
- Longitudinal experience with justice intervened youth residents
- Urgent assessment clinic
Rotation Objectives in relation to ACGME competencies
Responsibilities of FY1 fellow
- Refine knowledge learned in general psychiatry residency. (mk)
- Know principles of child and adolescent psychiatry (mk)
- Know principles of administrative psychiatry. (mk, sbp)
- Know principles in transition to psychiatric practice. (mk, sbp)
- Know principles in psychological and neuropsychological testing (mk, sbp)
- Refinement of skills learned in general psychiatry residency. (pc, ics)
- Understand and utilize best practice in assessment of children (mk, sbp)
- Understand and utilize best practice in various treatment modalities for children and families (mk, sbp).
- Ability to teach and help develop the skills of medical students and junior residents in evaluation and treatment of child and adolescent psychiatry patients. (ics, pbli)
- Ability to appraise particularly the professional and scientific literature in psychiatric and neuropsychiatric press. (mk, pbli)
- Ability to grasp the issues of financing and regulation of psychiatric practice, including information about insurances, billing and other related administrative matters. (mk, sbp)
- Refinement of behaviors learned in general psychiatry residency. (p)
- Appreciate the profound responsibility for patients’ welfare and needs. (p)
- Communicate honestly. (p, ics)
- Recognize one’s limitations. (p, pbli)
- Dedication to self-improvement. (p, pbli)
- Seek guidance whenever appropriate. (p, pbli)
- Provide ethical and moral care. (p)
- Sensitivity to, and acceptance of, diversity. (p, ics)
- Commitment to teaching others. (p, pbli)
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Fellowship Coordinator 806-743-6021