The University of Hawai'i Department of Psychiatry is proud of the diversity of our resident body, which includes individuals from within the 50 states as well as around the world. This unique blend of cultures and lifestyles mirrors the multiethnic population of Hawai'i and creates an unparalleled training opportunity for psychiatry residents interested in the cultural aspects of human behavior. Our residents are graduates from top-ranking national and international medical schools. They have received numerous national awards, including the Ginsburg, Laughlin, American Psychiatric Association (APA), American Association of Geriatric Psychiatrists (AAGP) and American Association of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL) Fellowships. Residents also participate in national and international conferences and are mentored in submitting their research findings for publication in leading psychiatric journals.
General Psychiatry Program: 28 positions
Addiction Psychiatry: 4 positions
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: 6 positions
Geriatric Psychiatry: 2 positions