• The UC Davis Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is recruiting a professor in the clinician/educator series to become the Chief of Psychosomatic Service and the Alan Stoudemire Professor of Psychosomatic Medicine.
• Required background and qualifications o Degree (M.D.) o Clinical Care and experience providing psychiatric services in a general hospital setting o Teaching experience with medical students, residents, and fellows o Peer reviewed publications in the psychosomatic field o Service on medical school committees, experience with leadership ability, and community outreach o Ability to work cooperatively and collegially within a diverse environment and experience providing clinical services to diverse populations o Leadership experience in running a clinical service, fellowship program • Criteria specific to the position description o Excellence in teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows o Teaching funded by the department, at least 20% o Clinical research is required; case reports, descriptive studies, clinical o University service is required o The applicant should have an extensive publication record in psychosomatic medicine and be viewed as a leader in this field. o Experience in consultation psychiatry and in collaborative care o Candidate is expected to establish a major program in collaborative care at UC Davis o Knowledge and experience in implementing collaborative care models in medically underserved areas and in rural communities is desired o Candidate would also be expected to develop collaborative care educational experiences for trainees in a variety of clinical settings o Experience in providing clinical services to culturally diverse populations and to disadvantaged individuals is highly desired o Knowledge and experience in working with primary care physicians in outpatient settings o Experience providing consultation psychiatry services to patients in the emergency room or in the hospital is essential o Candidate should have experience working with medical specialties such as transplant surgery, cancer and neurology o Knowledge in the use of new techniques such as telemedicine and the electronic medical record highly desired o The major goal of the professorship is to foster academic excellence and research in psychosomatic medicine and consultation o Coordination and development of education in Psychosomatic Medicine as part of the Fellowship Program
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