Duke Assistant Professor/Instructor - Geriatric Psychiatrist
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Duke University School of Medicine invites applications for board-certified/board-eligible Geriatric Psychiatrists to support several clinical programs, including inpatient and outpatient Consult Liaison services, general outpatient clinics, and the development of integrated programs. We are seeking individuals who are interested in working with a growing team of clinicians, researchers, and educators with the goal of enhancing the range and scope of clinical services. The attending Geriatric Psychiatrist will be responsible for direct clinical care and teaching and mentoring medical students, and geriatric psychiatry residents. This position is a faculty appointment with rank commensurate with the applicant's experience. We are seeking both early career applicants and those interested in a senior leadership opportunity.
Primary Activities: This clinical faculty position will include participating in individual- and team-based clinical activities focused on older adults with a range of psychiatric disorders. Clinical responsibilities will include participation in medical and interdisciplinary evaluations and intervention with older adults presenting with a wide array of needs. The position also will involve supervision of medical students and psychiatry residents, as well as the provision of in-service trainings. Scholarly activities are encouraged and supported.
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