Child & Adolescent Fellowship
The Department of Psychiatry offers a two year residency in child and adolescent psychiatry. Traditionally, this residency follows the PGY-III or PGY-IV training years in general psychiatry. However, alternative sequences for completing residency training in child and adolescent psychiatry can be designed. 

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Geriatric Fellowship
The central objective of this training is to assure competency in Geriatric Psychiatry through a structured learning experience based on inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization, long-term care, and consultation modalities for the treatment of the severely mentally disordered and behaviorally disturbed geriatric (65 years and older) patient.

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Psychosomatic Medicine Fellowship
The principal goal of the UAB Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Program is to prepare psychiatrist in the specialty of psychosomatic medicine to function at the highest level of excellence in providing knowledgeable and compassionate psychiatric consultative service to physicians providing care to patients with psychiatric problems comorbid with medical, surgical, and obstetric conditions and, when applicable, to provide direct care to these patients as part of the multidisciplinary team providing their overall care, and to do this in a collegial, compassionate, flexible, and ethical manner within the boundaries of legal and economic constraints in any clinical setting, from a large tertiary academic medical centers to a small community hospitals.

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