Neuroscience Perspectives in Psychiatry (NPiP)
January 29, 2024
The Neuroscience Perspectives in Psychiatry Course is designed around a series of active learning exercises including a range of experiential activities, largely to be done in learning pods, and a set of self-study resources that will be paired with asynchronous participation in an online community. Each day of the course will focus on a different core topic in psychiatric neuroscience – spanning from basic concepts, to direct clinical applications, to cutting-edge topics with the potential to transform our field. By the end of this experience, we expect everyone to be a neuroscience ninja, ready to incorporate a modern neuroscience perspective into every facet of psychiatric care.
This course is open for credit at LCME/AOA accredited schools through VSLO and the University of Illinois College of Medicine. It is also open for credit for Canadian medical students through the catalog at the University of Alberta. Any others who are able to dedicate time for a 2 week full time intensive experience (6+ hours per day x 10 days), are welcome to join and can receive a certificate of completion.
For more information, please contact Joey Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org.