Office for Nursing Research
Fellowship Program Curricular Objectives
By the end of the fellowship program, the APPP fellow will:
- Provide experienced evidence-based behavioral health (including a full range of mental health and addictions presentations) care to diverse adult patient populations, including a focus on marginalized populations
- Master roles as both direct care provider and indirect psychiatric consultant to maintain an effective balance between individual patients’ clinical needs and caring for a larger population in the community
- Demonstrate a commitment to practice improvement through the use of continuous quality improvement methods, anti-racism strategies, and participation in continuing education
- Participate as an effective member of interdisciplinary care teams in a range of psychiatric and general medical settings
- Contribute to psychiatric workforce development as a clinical leader, teacher, and mentor for APPP students and other behavioral health workforce members
- Promote personal and organizational well-being and resilience
- Develop clinical practice strategies and habits that promote efficient care delivery and facilitate an effective transition to sustainable practice
Clinical Placements and Rotations:
We anticipate three days a week in a primary care location and the equivalent of one day a week in a specialty care location. The equivalent of one day a week will be spent doing didactic work and a QI project.
Additional details coming soon.
Fellowship Curricular Map