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Gator Specialty Series: Psychiatry - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephanie Nicholas
35:37
Very hard to hear her
Stephanie Nicholas
38:39
It was heard to hear the student, Jenn was great
Shireen Madani Sims
38:56
Thank you for clarifying!!! 🙂
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
40:26
AND PSILOCYBIN!!
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
41:58
if you have not listened to the cribsiders podcast with Dr. Vinson you should--it's great!
Shireen Madani Sims
42:17
Thanks, Jennifer- can you post link? :0)
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
42:44
https://thecurbsiders.com/cribsiders/13
Alyssa Nielsen (she/her/hers)
43:05
My favorite cribsiders episode!!!
Sarah Vinson
46:44
Hello Good People! I’m precasting a resident clinic so may be in and out at times. Any students please feel free to reach out at DrVinson@LorioPcyhGroup.com if I can be helpful.
Mariam Rahmani
47:34
Nice to meet such impressive alumni!!!
Amy Stanley
47:47
I am so very sorry. My apologies.
Peace Ekakitie
49:03
This question is for Dr. Vinson or Dr. Michelle, can you please speak more on forensic psychiatry
Daniela Ramirez
51:32
I am going into child psychiatry and would also like to know if any of you have had any specific experiences in forensic child psychiatry, thank you!
Mariam Rahmani
52:18
I read a statistic that at least 70% of youth in juvenile detention facilities have a psychiatric illness
Sarah Vinson
57:37
And providing care to incarcerated kids does not require a forensic fellowship. Most who provide that care are not forensic trained. The forensic training is more helpful if you’re interested in doing expert work. And if anything that stat is an under-estimate. It’s the de facto public mental health system for youth in marginalized populations
Shireen Madani Sims
58:10
Hi friends- where you ask a question, introduce yourself (name and med school year) so our physicians can get to know you better! ;)
Shireen Madani Sims
01:01:06
Great point, Dr. Vinson- wellness starts NOW 🙂
René Kronlage, MS1
01:01:25
Just got out of another required lecture so I’m not sure if it’s already been asked—How demanding is/was residency? How did it compare to your former classmates’ from your perspective?
René Kronlage, MS1
01:03:07
What is your work life balance like now?
Melissa Vaz-Ayes
01:03:35
Same as Rene, was just released from another zoom, but if possible, could someone speak towards emergency psychiatry and what opportunities might be available
Sarah Vinson
01:03:35
@Rene residency hours will vary by program. FREIDA and the residents are going to be your best sources of info. Re: that variation. Our work is demanding in a different kind of way though lol. In some ways it’s less o about hours.
René Kronlage, MS1
01:03:56
Thanks!
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
01:04:08
its very emotionally demanding but there is high variability in programs--for instance call burden, back up, etc
Sarah Vinson
01:04:46
Psych EDs aren’t nearly as common as Med EDs. The few you find often have some academic tie. The work is fun, shift work, but you’ll probably be limited in where you could live
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
01:05:44
NY state has CPEP which are psych emergency room; great place to train
Sarah Vinson
01:06:25
In my private practice 50%. In the public sector settings where I work, they restrict us to ppharm/med. mgt
Sarah Vinson
01:07:08
Grady in Atlanta has a Psych ED, too. Residents at Morehouse and Emory train there
Peace Ekakitie
01:07:10
Do you need additional training beyond residency to be able to offer psychotherapy or is this part of the training in residency?
Sarah Vinson
01:07:40
@Peace, it’s part of your training. That’s something that also varies program to program.
Joanne Andrade MS3 (she/her)
01:09:06
Hi wonderful psychiatrists! Thank you so much for speaking on this panel today. 🙂 Given the shortage of psychiatrists (and especially child psychiatrists), how do you balance spending more time with your patients vs being able to see more patients? I know that this is probably a very personal question and varies with each person, but it is something that I can foresee myself struggling with in the future.
Sarah Vinson
01:09:16
That was one of the draws of Cambridge for me
Mariam Rahmani
01:09:53
I'd also add the reading about "countertransference" is very different from experiencing it... for example,as a resident feeling like we need to a lot more for a particular patient or taking extra time for one patient and not the other, is often related to psychodynamic countertransference and can take some emotional energy to process! That will be the case no matter where one does residency
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
01:09:54
one of the nice things about residency is you have lots of time to spend with patients (like 2 hours per intake, 30-45 min for follow-up)
Joanne Andrade MS3 (she/her)
01:13:11
Great, thank you!
René Kronlage, MS1
01:15:36
What do you think will change most in psychiatry in the future? Asking because I feel like mental health has become such a hot topic in the last few years, however there is a huge deficit in mental health providers when compared to the need.
Grant Banfill
01:17:05
Hello! I have heard about combined Psychiatry/Family med or Psychiatry/internal medicine residency programs. Could you speak on the advantages or disadvantages of pursuing a residency in a combined program like those compared to a traditional psychiatry residency?
Mariam Rahmani
01:19:58
Grant, I had considered a combined psych/neuro residency, and decided against it because someone told me you would probably be doing more of one or the other
René Kronlage, MS1
01:20:07
Thank you!
Peace Ekakitie
01:22:15
Do psychiatrists who work in-patient or on faculty need to be heavily involved in research? and is it possible to still be involved in research as an outpatient psychiatrist? Thank you for being here to answer our questions
Sarah Vinson
01:23:31
@Peacd, no not at all. The vast majority of psychiatrists are not
Mariam Rahmani
01:23:32
Peace, Not necessarily. I know several academic psychiatrists who are not heavily involved in research
Grant Banfill
01:23:36
Thank you so much!
Shireen Madani Sims
01:24:52
Uf does expect scholarly work for promotion, for example.
Sarah Vinson
01:24:53
Yes, you absolutely can do research as outpatient. And there are some folks who are only loosely affiliated with academics who run drug trials in conjunction with Pharma companies
Mariam Rahmani
01:25:00
Our division currently has a research project on pharmacogenomics which outpatient psychiatrists are involved with
Shireen Madani Sims
01:25:07
Scholarship can be broadly defined on the multi mission track.
Angela Arata (she/her)
01:25:11
Hello All. Thank you for sharing your experiences! When did you know that psychiatry was the right specialty for you?
Peace Ekakitie
01:25:19
Thank you all so much
Sarah Vinson
01:25:59
I think the biggest change coming is the workforce shift and emergence of NPs and PAs. Supervision and navigating our team roles with them will be huge. Especially in public sector psych.
Mariam Rahmani
01:26:05
"Keep chugging"
Mariam Rahmani
01:27:37
There are several organizations that will ask for your help. One is NAMI (national alliance for mental illness) that has chapters all over the US. I've often been contacted by student groups, local churches, non-profits etc. to give talks
Shireen Madani Sims
01:28:43
Post your favorite twitter psychiatry accounts
Sarah Vinson
01:28:44
If you’re in APA, also the caucuses can be great
Mariam Rahmani
01:29:08
AACAP (American academy of child and adol psychiatry) also had an advocacy & legislative committee
Sarah Vinson
01:29:13
Not sure how active the district branch is in FL but in some cases it can be very helpful. That’s the case in GA
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
01:29:31
I love @howardliu and @jessigold im at @jenniferleahmd
Sarah Vinson
01:29:45
Also the American Assn. of Community Psychiatrists if you’re interested in public sector work and systems
Mariam Rahmani
01:29:46
Yes, the FL branch of APA is very active here
Stella
01:30:19
I wish I had asked this sooner but I had a question about looking after your own mental health as a psychiatrist
Stella
01:30:34
I understand there may not be time now
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
01:30:34
#whereintheworldiskylerarey?
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
01:30:54
GET A THERAPIST EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE ONE!
Stella
01:31:09
That’s affirming thank you so much!
Joanne Andrade MS3 (she/her)
01:31:11
đź‘Ź
Agnieszka Niedbalska
01:31:13
he's here!
Mariam Rahmani
01:31:20
I was going to say the same thing!
Sarah Vinson
01:31:22
@Stella, the big thing is making sure that you prioritize the things you know work for you. Exercise, family time, 7hrs/night of sleep, quarterly VaKs and a great administrator for me
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
01:31:24
jennifer.leah.goetz@gmail.com if anyone wants to contact!
Jordan Turetsky
01:31:27
Tyvm!
Abeer Dagra
01:31:31
Thank you so much for your time
Joanne Andrade MS3 (she/her)
01:31:39
This was so wonderful - thank you all so much for your time!
Supreeya Saengchote
01:31:40
thank you all so much!
René Kronlage, MS1
01:31:53
Thank you!
Michelle Scargle
01:31:58
Michelle Scargle M.D. email is mscargle@yahoo.com
Jennifer Goetz (she/her)
01:32:37
my heart is so full <3
Naz
01:32:37
Thank you all so much! It's been very insightful
Stella
01:33:33
Thank you so much alums!! This has been awesome!
Mariam Rahmani
01:33:43
Thank you everyone
Emily Beydler
01:33:53
thank you!
Sarah Vinson
01:33:54
Y’all be in touch if I can be helpful.
Ethan Holland
01:33:55
Thank you!
Grant Banfill
01:33:58
Thank you so much! I really appreciate this talk!
Hugh Nguyen (he/him)
01:34:02
Thank you so much!