• Training Sequence

    The Triple Board Resident Training Program at Cincinnati Children’s is a five-year program that combines training in pediatrics, psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry. The training sequence for each year is:

  • 11 months of Pediatric rotations:

    • 5 months General Inpatient Pediatrics
    • 1 month Normal Newborn Nursery
    • 1 month Neonatal ICU (NICU #1)
    • 1 month Developmental Disabilities
    • 1 month Emergency Department
    • 1 month Outpatient Pediatrics (OPA)
    • 1 month Advocacy

    1 month Child Psychiatry (inpatient – child/latency, neurodevelopmental, or adolescent)

    Pediatric Continuity Clinic – ½ day per week

    7 months of Inpatient Adult Psychiatry:

    • 3 months of Inpatient Psychiatry
    • 2 months of Adult Psychiatric Emergency Service
    • 1 month of Adult Addiction Medicine (inpatient/outpatient)
    • 1 month Adult Consult Liaison Service

    1 month Child Psychiatry – (Consultation Liaison)

    4 months of Pediatrics:

    • 1 month of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU #2)
    • 1 month of Outpatient Adolescent Medicine
    • 1 month of Inpatient (GI or Heme/Onc)
    • 1 month of Pediatric Emergency Department

    Pediatric Continuity Clinic – ½ day per week

    11 months of adult Psychiatry:

    • 9 months of Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic
    • 1 month Adult Inpatient
    • 1 month Adult Neurology

    1 month of Pediatrics - 1 month of Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)

    Pediatric Continuity Clinic – ½ day per week

    Supervised Adult Outpatient Psychotherapy (minimum 12 months total)

    4 months of Child Psychiatry:

    • 1 month Inpatient Child Psychiatry – child/latency, neurodevelopmental, or adolescent
    • 1 month Inpatient Child Psychiatry – child/latency, neurodevelopmental, or adolescent
    • 1 month Partial Hospital Program (PHP)
    • 1 month ED/Adolescent Chemical Dependency

    8 months of Pediatrics:

    • 1 month of Inpatient Pediatric Senior
    • 1 month of Inpatient or Outpatient Pediatric Senior (Acute care clinic)
    • 1 month Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU #2)
    • 1 month of Child Neuro
    • 4 months of Pediatric Subspecialty Electives (4 Core Areas)

    Pediatric Continuity Clinic – ½ day every other week

    Pediatric Subspecialty Clinic – ½ day every other week

    Child and/or Adolescent Outpatient Psychotherapy begins (second ¼ to ½ of year)

    Outpatient Bipolar Disorder Clinic ½ day clinic once per week for one month

    12 months of Outpatient Child & Adolescent Psychiatry comprised of the following:

    • Outpatient Psychopharmacology Clinics (general and Neurodevelopmental)
    • Outpatient Psychotherapy patients
    • Child Forensic Psychiatry rotation
    • School Consultation rotation
    • Psychotherapy Consultation Clinic
    • Electives (optional)

    Pediatric Continuity Clinic – ½ day every other week

    Pediatric Subspecialty Clinic – ½ day every other week

    Indirectly Supervised Child and Adolescent Outpatient Psychotherapy (minimum 12 months total)