Interns participate in a number of seminars, grand rounds, didactics and other training activities that provide formal instruction on topics relevant to their practice as professional psychologists. Interns attend these hour-long seminars regularly.
Pediatric Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Child Psychology Didactics - These series cover a wide range of topics including multidisciplinary team consultation, sleep, bariatrics, neurological disorders, pediatric obesity, family functioning, ADHD, child abuse and neglect, psychiatric medications, complementary and alternative medicine, ethics, diversity, treatment adherence, business of psychology, and personalized predictive medicine.
Colloquia - Monthly presentations give interns a chance to learn more about research and clinical practice. Presentations cover a variety of topics, and are jointly attended by faculty and trainees from the Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology and the Division of Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics.
Hospital-Sponsored Programs - Cincinnati Children’s offers a variety of educational programs, such as pediatric grand rounds, nursing grand rounds, neurology grand rounds, quality in action and child psychiatry grand rounds.
Evidence-based Care Manual - O'Grady residents are provided with access to a manual of recent articles regarding evidence-based assessment and treatment in child clinical and pediatric psychology.