University of Hawaii Psychiatry Fellowship Program

The training sites are designed to provide a broad range of clinical experiences that prepare the residents for the vast array of career paths available to child & adolescent psychiatrists. These clinical experiences are also designed to cultivate evidence-informed clinical care practices, life-long self-directed learning, system of care approaches, and teaching skills. All of these skills are felt to be the foundation upon which residents can continue to provide exemplary clinical care that can be translated into improved mental health for children and families locally and nationally. The primary training sites for the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry residents are:

The Queen's Medical Center
Includes the Family Treatment Center and the Queen's Counseling Service Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Service

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division
Includes the Crisis Intervention Service and Family Guidance Centers.

Tripler Army Medical Center
Tripler rotations include the Child Study Group (CSG), Observation of Normal Preschool Children and Pediatric Neurology.

Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children
Includes Kapiolani Behavioral Health Services, Pediatric Consultation and Liaison and Specialty Clinics.

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