Trainees and faculty participate in a weekly Academic Half Day in which fellows are not assigned to (or expected to cover) clinical responsibilities. Academic Half Day is devoted to case-based seminar series, faculty lectures, and Professional Development Seminar. Trainees rotate, presenting cases from outpatient, inpatient, and consult and liaison services. Lecture modules span human development, forensics, pre-school, consultation, systems-based practice, neurophysiology, and psychopharmacology. The program draws lecturers from Duke departments of Neurology, Developmental Pediatrics, Psychology, and other research faculty in addition to CAP faculty.
First-year fellows also participate in two didactic sessions per week through Central Regional Hospital faculty designed curricula. Trainees participate in observed faculty interviews of children and a development guided lecture series.
Child Development and Behavioral Health Center
Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development
Duke Integrated Pediatric Mental Health
Eating Disorders Clinic
Duke Center for Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment
Autoimmune Brain Disorders Clinic
Duke Children’s Hospital
Duke Child Evaluation Center
Central Regional Hospital