PSR Interprofessional Fellowship - VA Connecticut Healthcare System
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VA Connecticut Healthcare System


PSR Interprofessional Fellowship

The residency is hosted by VA Connecticut Health Care System at the West Haven division. Residents report to their respective disciplines for matters of professional conduct and development.  The residents are primarily based at the Errera Community Care Center (ECCC), but also interact with other programs in the Mental Health Service Line such as the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Program, Inpatient Psychiatric Unit, the Psychiatric Emergency Room, Health Psychology Service, Geropsychiatry Service and Neuropsychiatry Program.  

The residency experience is unique for resident and is comprised of clinical, program development, teaching and/or research opportunities. The residents participate as members of interdisciplinary teams for approximately 20 hours per week for their primary clinical placements for the duration of the training year. In addition to attending weekly seminars and supervision sessions, residents have several secondary requirements which average from two to six hours per week and electives (approximately ten hours per week) designed to round out their residency experiences. In all, approximately 40% of residents’ time is devoted to direct service delivery.

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