In addition to our core Psychiatry program, the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry has long offered accredited psychiatry subspecialty fellowship programs to address the need for psychiatrists trained in specialty areas.
The department's first fellowship began in October 1970, with the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry program. Over forty years later, the program is still going strong and graduating fellows in the top of their specialty. The Geriatric Psychiatry program began in July 1994 to concentrate on the needs of the ever growing geriatric population. Graduates of this program are in high demand. The Addiction Psychiatry Program began in July 1998 to address the increasing addiction issues; both local and national. Graduates of this program also in high demand as addiction issues continue to escalate.
We invite you to learn more about our fellowship programs via the links provided on the right menu. Thank you for your interest.