Date: Thursday, June 2, 2022
Time: 3PM – 6PM
Zoom link – register in advance
Healthy Rural California’s inaugural Community Psychiatry Academic Forum will be the foundation for our future residents! This year, the Forum is a chance for Healthy Rural California’s Faculty to present CME to the medical community in rural Northern California. This is also an opportunity to learn about our efforts to establish GME in the region.
Click here to register in advance for this meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0kceCgrjopEtGyBN7fPuJLeDMMTiJMCHO2
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Email Lina Benton, Psychiatry Residency Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
3:00 PM Welcome & Update
Ted Zwerdling, MD, DIO of Healthy Rural California’s GME Committee, will provide an overview of ACGME requirements, medical education, legislation, funding and future growth. Hear about other initiatives underway to support Healthy Rural California’s 28 future residents, including our future Integrated Behavioral Health Family Medicine Residency program. Looking forward, where will Psychiatry be in 20 years?
3:40 PM Overview of Proposed 4-Year Curriculum
Rachel Mitchell, MD, Program Director, Proposed Community Psychiatry Residency, will describe the academic plans for Healthy Rural California’s proposed Community Psychiatry Residency, review ACGME requirements and how we are meeting them. How will our future 16 Psychiatry residents meet their milestones?
4:10PM 10 minute Break and Q & A
4:20 PM What are current Medical Students seeking in a rural Psychiatry Residency?
Harkirat Saggu, MD, Core Faculty, Healthy Rural California’s Community Psychiatry Residency, wears many hats. Dr. Saggu is the Medical Director at Willow Glen long-term inpatient care in Yuba City, as well as lead Psychiatrist at Ampla Health. He is faculty at Northstate College of Medicine in Sacramento and brings a passion for teaching to our work.
5:00 PM Stanford’s Community Psychiatry Residency Track
Jonathan Updike, MD, a Fellow at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine, will share new developments with a focus on Community Psychiatry. Dr. Updike has been an active member of the Butte-Glenn Medical Society Residency Task Force since he was a resident in 2019. He will address how a Community Psychiatry Residency is different and how Stanford might partner with Healthy Rural California for didactics.
5:30 PM Quick Wrap-up, Discussion, finish before 6 pm