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Practicing Physicians

Practicing Physicians have plenty of resources to help them in their careers! Read about some of them below!

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Medical Psychiatry Unit Consortium

MPUs, also known as Complexity Intervention Units, were created to deliver optimum acute hospital care to patients who have concomitant medical and psychiatric needs. Due to their trans-disciplinary nature, MPUs are also an ideal venue for engaging patients in the services they may be struggling to navigate in a fragmented healthcare system.

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Train the Trainers (TNT) Fellowships

Primary care and general medical providers, including pediatricians, often receive limited formal training in "primary care-based" psychiatry. They may benefit from targeted resources and training, with focus on prevention, accurate diagnoses, and effective treatment of commonly encountered conditions. TNT Fellowships are non-traditional and provide training outside of customary clinic or business hours. TNT has been a staunch supporter of AMP for many years, sharing faculty and supporting initiatives.

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Mentorship Program - Resident / ECP

Residents and early career physicians may have specific goals for how they envision a combined medicine-psychiatry career, yet local mentors may hard to find. The Association of Medicine and Psychiatry is eager to help! Our mentorship programs provide AMP members with a unique opportunity to connect residents with graduates of combined training programs, and early career physicians with dually-trained physicians in later stages of their careers.


If you are interested in applying to the mentorship program as either a Mentor or a Mentee, click the sign up button below.
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Mentorship Program - Medical Student Information

Join your AMP RFMs for quarterly zoom mentoring sessions as they cover topics such as:

  • “Preparing for the application process” including what to expect from away rotations, prepping your MS3/MS4 schedule, extracurricular activities and research that look good on an application; 
  • “Intern year Introduction (what to expect, tips and tricks)”;
  • “Preparing your ERAS application and interviewing for Med-Psych/FM-Psych/Neuro-Psych”; and 
  • “Why Med/Neuro/FM-Psych? (What can you do as a career, where are grads now, etc)” 

Come with your questions and our resident panelists will come with all their knowledge from their experience in getting through the application process. 

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