The Teaching Experience
The Resident has required teaching responsibilities. In the second year the Resident is part of the rotation for Neuropsychology Case Conference. In addition, the Resident presents Grand Rounds in the Department of Psychiatry in the second year. The Resident’s lectures and presentations are evaluated by faculty. Feedback with a plan to address weaknesses is developed as needed to help the Resident meet a basic level of performance. In addition, the Resident is encouraged to participate in an active way in the didactic experiences offered in the department. There are multiple opportunities for the Resident to give didactic lectures. Prospective audiences for these lectures include psychology interns, medical students, psychiatric residents, psychology graduate and undergraduate students, and social work interns. The resident has the opportunity to learn and apply supervision skills in the Neuropsychology Case Conference, working with neuropsychology interns in the Department’s APA approved internship and working with undergraduate practicum students. Formal training and supervision of Resident’s supervision occurs in the second year.