Collection contains the records of University of California, San Francisco Department of Psychiatry Residency Training Program.
The Residency Training Program is a three-and-one-half years program. Its aim is to prepare future psychiatrists with a broad
and intensive education in both traditional and contemporary theory of the origin and causes of mental health and its various
methods of treatment. The program includes clinical supervision, training in inpatient and outpatient treatment, child psychiatry,
and intensive seminar programs. Approximately 14 residents are appointed to the first postgraduate year and 16 each to the
postgraduate year 2, 3, and 4. It also includes training rotations at participating hospitals -- San Francisco General Hospital,
Veterans Administration, and Langley Porter.
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