A clinician is needed to serve as an Attending Psychiatrist in our Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP). Shifts totaling 40 hours per week with cross-coverage as necessary. The Clinical Assistant Professor will be responsible for psychiatric evaluation, and management of patients in CPEP/ED of University Hospital. The Clinical Assistant Professor will also be responsible for teaching and supervision of medical students and residents.
Required Qualifications: MD with Board certifications in Psychiatry in Adult Psychiatry. New York State license. B.E./B.C. in Adult Psychiatry.
Preferred Qualifications: 1) Clinical experience with Psychiatric patients in a Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program or other Psychiatric Emergency Setting.
2) Track record of Research experience in Emergency psychiatry.
3) Track record in teaching experience in Emergency psychiatry.
4) Training in Child Psychiatry.
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