Triple Board Program for Combined Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training
Special Opportunities

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Special opportunities

Retreat Triple Board Program residents have 2 program-wide retreats each year. After the fall retreat, residents meet with faculty to review and critique the overall Triple Board Training Program. Many of the residents' recommendations are implemented based on these retreats

Training Director Meetings All TBP residents meet monthly with the TBP Training Director, and have periodic meetings with the Chairman of Pediatrics, Chairman of Psychiatry, Chairman of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and Training Directors for Pediatrics and Adult Psychiatry.

Academic endeavors All residents benefit from the faculty research activities, which promote critical thinking and intellectual curiosity. Some residents choose to participate in research with federally funded researchers. Ongoing research focuses on high-risk populations, child development and developmental psychopathology and offers opportunities for TBP residents to collaborate in faculty research or to pursue independent investigation under faculty supervision.Want to know more about resident research activities?

The Combined Pediatrics-Psychiatry-Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training is an exciting and innovative program. It is challenging to the resident, but it serves to present a unique opportunity for a cohesive, integrated planned educational experience.