Sanford School of Medicine Residencies

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

The Child and Adolescent Fellowship is a small, eclectic program with two fellows in each of two years. The program also serves as a regional residency program for child and adolescent psychiatry.

Program characteristics
  • Fellows trained for careers in private, academic or institutional-based practices.
  • Fellows generally enter the program after completion of the general psychiatry program, but may be considered after PGY1.
  • Applicants may be accepted into both general and child and adolescent psychiatry if they desire to become child psychiatrists.
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