IU Health Methodist Hospital Inpatient Psychiatrist
The Department of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine is looking for a hospital-based adult psychiatrist to join three psychiatrists and a multidisciplinary team at IU Health Methodist. Methodist hospital has 625 beds and is the largest teaching hospital in the state of Indiana. The hospital operates a 15-bed adult inpatient unit, an active consultation-liaison service, an emergency department service with a secured holding unit and a large ECT program. Academic rank and track are flexible depending on the experience and expertise of the candidate.
The position includes direct clinical care, teaching, supervision, administrative duties and a rich array of research opportunities. The hospital-based clinical services are an active site for IU School of Medicine medical students, psychiatry residents, psychology interns and other learners. Creative thinking and collaboration with services within the academic health center and community organizations will be a crucial component of the role.
Candidates who enjoy working in a multidisciplinary team-based setting to deliver compassionate, evidence-based psychiatric care for individuals with mental illness are encouraged to apply. This is a direct patient care position that provides psychiatric assessment, diagnosis and treatment of hospitalized patients and leads the coordination of care with members of the treatment team. Applicants must be eligible for an Indiana physician medical license and be board-certified or board-eligible in psychiatry. Experience with hospital-based, acute care is desirable. Candidates must be comfortable managing hospitalized patients with severe mental illness and be able to interact with people of varied educational, socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds in a tactful and professional manner.
This position has recently restructured its compensation package to include forgivable loan options.
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Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
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Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Health Psychology
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Physician Scientist, Interventional Neuropsychiatry
The Department of Psychiatry is recruiting a physician scientist to build and direct a program in Interventional Neurotherapeutics. The successful candidate will strengthen collaborative links, provide vision and leadership and enhance synergy between existing programs at the IU School of Medicine, IU Health, and IU Neuroscience Center in the clinical and experimental use of neuro-modulatory techniques to understand and treat refractory mood disorders, substance use disorders, cognitive impairment associated with brain disease and obsessive-compulsive disorder. A track record of funding in this field and experience in the application of neuro-modulatory procedures such as deep brain stimulation, rTMS or related techniques to neuropsychiatric disorders is desirable.
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The Department of Psychiatry is recruiting a clinician/ scientist specializing in the neurobehavioral sequelae of addiction. This person will provide clinical leadership in the evaluation and treatment of individuals with substance use disorders, and enhance the capacity for translational addictions research at the Neuroscience Center.
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