The mission of the Drexel University College of Medicine Residency Program in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is to educate physicians to practice independently, competently, and creatively, as new child and adolescent psychiatrists.
We provide an environment that emphasizes collaboration and collegiality. The various clinical training sites of the Drexel program provide diverse experiences so that residents are exposed to the breadth of clinical practice throughout their training. Our didactic curriculum takes a broad view of the field, with value placed on development, evidence, conceptual models, and practical clinical tools.
About Our Curriculum
The clinical curriculum is structured into two tracks, an inpatient year and an ambulatory care year. Residents may start their training with either year-long track. The didactic curriculum opens with a summer program in which major topics of child and adolescent psychiatry are introduced, followed by a comprehensive selection of core courses for the remainder of the residency program.
Learn more about the curriculum.
For more information, please contact program coordinator Angel Eberhardt at 215.831.4053 or email@example.com.
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