About Social and Community Psychiatry
The Division of Social and Community Psychiatry at Duke is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and clinical practice focused on improving the behavioral health of the population with an emphasis on the underserved.
Training future leaders in Community Psychiatry
The Duke Division of Social and Community Psychiatry training programs emphasizes evidence-based training in community-based practices with faculty supervision, integrated with didactic instruction and innovative research.
The Services Effectiveness Research Program (SERP) is one of the nation’s leading research programs focused on evaluating the effectiveness of public behavioral health interventions, how effective behavioral health services can be disseminated and how behavioral health policies can be informed by the best available evidence.