TypeOnline Course
Student Enrolled490

Contributing Author: David Ross, MD, Phd, Melissa Arbuckle, MD, PhD, Amanda Wang and Michael Travis, MD

Date Uploaded onto Website: March 2, 2016

Overview: It is time for psychiatry to embrace the burgeoning promise of modern research. To do so, we need to develop easily accessible resources that will allow neuroscience informed teaching and learning to occur in clinical settings. The present module was designed to address this need. It is loosely modeled on the idea of the one minute preceptor – i.e. teaching that can be done in the moment, with minimal preparation, and is directly linked to a clinical case. In order to allay potential faculty and resident discomfort with neuroscience content, the sessions are designed as self-contained, collaborative learning exercises (rather than following a traditional, hierarchical organization).

Author Affiliations: Dr. Ross is an Associate Program Director and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Arbuckle is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Co-Director of Residency Training in Psychiatry at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute. Amanda Wang is the Program Manager for the National Neuroscience Curriculum Initiative. Dr. Travis is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Residency Training in the Department of Psychiatry at Pittsburgh University and the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. The National Neuroscience Curriculum Initiative is a collaborative effort with the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training (AADPRT) and the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Council on Medical Education and Lifelong Learning and receives grant support from the NIH (R25 MH101076 02S1 and R25 MH086466 07S1) ©National Neuroscience Curriculum Initiative.

Section 1Overview
Section 2Overall Goal / Learning Objectives
Section 3Facilitator's Guide
Section 4Resources Required
Section 5Session Outline
Section 6Cases / Learning Modules