Residents are provided with book and computer allowance, and recorders for psychotherapy supervision. With faculty mentorship, all residents complete a scholarly project during their PGY-3 or PGY-4 year.
The Psychiatry Residency at Vincennes Program curriculum integrates residents with primary care physicians in state-of-the-art teaching hospitals and clinics throughout southern Indiana. With the program’s unique structure, residents are afforded opportunities in research, scholarship, didactics and educational support at IU School of Medicine.
|Medicine-Four Months||Neurology-Two Months||Inpatient Psychiatry-Six Months|
|Two months inpatient|
One month ER
One month outpatient primary care
|One month inpatient neuro consults at St. Vincent’s|
One month outpatient at Midwest Neurological Associates or Memorial Hospital
|Six months inpatient psychiatry at Good Samaritan on the Lasalle Behavioral Health Unit|
|Emergency Psychiatry-two months||Psychiatry Inpatient Consultation Liaison-three months||Child and Adolescent Psychiatry-two months||Geriatric Psychiatry-one month||Inpatient Psychiatry-three months||Primary Care Integration Clinic-one month|
|Two months emergency psychiatry at Good Samaritan ER||Two months inpatient psychiatry consults at Good Samaritan|
One month inpatient psychiatry at St. Vincent’s Medical Center
|One month at Evansville Psychiatric Children’s Center|
One month at Deaconess Hospital Inpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Unit
|One month at Memorial Hospital in Jasper in the Geriatric Psychiatry Unit||Three months inpatient psychiatry at Evansville State Hospital||One month psychiatry consultation liaison at Good Samaritan Internal Medicine Resident Primary Care Clinic|
Introduction to Residency; Introduction to Psychotherapy focus on dialectical behavior therapy and motivational interviewing; Development through the Lifespan, Residents as Teachers in conjunction with Indiana University; Addiction Psychiatry I and II; Consultation Liaison Psychiatry; Diagnostic Interviewing; Journal Club; Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; Process Group; Community Psychiatry; Neuropsychiatric Testing; Biopsy (Biological Psychiatry) I; Emergency Psychiatry; Geriatric Psychiatry; Neuroanatomy and Physiology; Professional Development; Intro to family and couples therapy; and, Evidence-based medicine.
PGY-3 and PGY-4 Schedules
|PGY-3||One day at Petersburg or Washington Clinic in Washington, IN||One day at Riverfront and Buntin Chemical Dependency Clinic in Vincennes||Half day at Bayou Office|
½ day didactics
|One day at Southwest Behavioral Health Clinic||Half day at Petersburg Clinic|
½ day at Bayou Clinic
Half day didactics
Advanced Psychotherapy, BIOPSY II, Board Exam Review, EBM II, Forensics and Ethics, Group Therapy, Introduction to Outpatient Psychiatry, Outpatient Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Supervision, Professional Development, and Psychodynamic Therapy
Chief resident; therapy electives; trauma focused therapy; eye movement desensitization and reprocessing and exposure; cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy; group therapy; family and couples therapy; psychodynamic therapy; addiction; psychopharmacology; oncology; OB/Gyn; cardiac; rehabilitation and geriatrics; primary care consultation liaison; sleep medicine; neurology outpatient child and adolescent outpatient psychiatry; outpatient serious mental illness; medically fragile and geriatric psychiatry; forensics; and, young adult and adolescent psychiatry in partnership with Vincennes University.
Residents will have the opportunity to develop electives based on personal interests.