We offer programs in undergraduate medical education and graduate medical education:

    Undergraduate Medical Education

    Students in MD and physician assistant programs at the Duke University School of Medicine learn on well-regarded psychiatry clerkships, electives, and sub-internships. 

    Graduate Medical Education Programs

    Clinical Psychology Programs

    Education is a cornerstone of Duke Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. Learners benefit from exposure to patients in diverse settings and supervisors from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. Duke also offers many opportunities for self-directed learning in conjunction with a strong, balanced foundation in biological neurosciences and psychotherapy.

    Jane P. Gagliardi, MD, MHS, FACP, DFAPA
    Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and of Medicine
    Vice Chair for Education, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

    Training Programs

    Psychiatry Continuing Education

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    Why Durham?

    Duke is deeply connected to the city of Durham, an entrepreneurial city known for its diversity, tolerance, innovation, and culinary culture.

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    What Our Trainees Say

    "Duke has so much to offer and can support most any interest that you have. Even more importantly, the faculty provide great support. It is clear when working with Duke Psychiatry faculty members that my education and training as a psychiatrist is a top priority. The biggest strength of the program, though, are my co-residents. We help each other with workload, changing schedules, and more personal stuff like babysitting. I have been very impressed with my co-residents and am pleased about how close we have become."

    - Megan Pruette, MD