Health Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program Didactics
Health Psychology Didactics
In addition to their supervised clinical training experiences, fellows are required to participate in various seminars, discussions, and case presentations with other trainees and Health Psychology faculty throughout the year.
These scheduled didactics include:
- Medical-Surgical Service Training and Seminars
All trainees and staff on the medical-surgical service meet two times per month to review service procedures and policies, address clinical issues and foster programmatic advancements. Ethics forums and case presentations are also included in this didactic series.
- Community Presentations
Each fellow is required to provide a minimum of two presentations to community groups or other health care groups within the institution.
- Other Didactics
Fellows are encouraged to attend any Grand Rounds of interest presented by various departments at UWHC. Fellows are also invited to attend other relevant lectures or presentations provided across the university campus.
Fellows are free to utilize any library and to request library searches or interlibrary loans. A University ID card is required. The Ebling Library is located in the Health Science Learning Center for staff and student use. There are a number of other libraries across the campuses that are available to the fellows.