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Residency Curriculum

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Skagit Valley, WA

Residency Curriculum

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • Train residents to develop a high degree of clinical competence, with a sound knowledge of general psychiatry, neurology and research.
  • To expose residents to various subspecialties and schools of thought within the field of psychiatry
  • To train residents in developing and implementing individualized treatment plans
  • To teach residents to recognize and address the needs of minorities and the underserved.

PGY 1 Residents

The PGY-I resident will make the transition to becoming a medical professional. The acquisition of the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes will be demonstrated by substantial completion of the goals and objectives of each clinical rotation, attendance at seminars, and satisfactory performance on semi-annual evaluations of MILESTONES and annual evaluations of PRITE.

PGY 2 Residents

The PGY-II resident will build on the foundation of the PGY-I year in making the transition to a psychiatric physician. The acquisition of the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes will be demonstrated by the substantial completion of the goals and objectives of each clinical rotation, attendance at seminars, and satisfactory performance on semi-annual evaluations of MILESTONES and annual evaluations of PRITE.

PGY 3 Residents

The PGY-III resident will build on the foundation of the PGY-I & PGY-II years and continued learning of PGY-III year in making the transition to a psychiatrist who can function independently with a modest level of supervision. The acquisition of the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes will be demonstrated by the substantial completion of the goals and objectives of each clinical rotation, attendance at seminars, and satisfactory performance on semi-annual evaluations of MILESTONES and annual evaluations of PRITE.

PGY-4 Residents

PGY-IV residents will develop a mature facility in the knowledge, skills, and attitudes developed in the earlier years. Success will be demonstrated by substantial completion of the goals and objectives of each clinical rotation, attendance of seminars, and satisfactory performance on semi-annual evaluations of MILESTONES and annual evaluations of PRITE.