Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Resources for Medical Student Educators
Geri Fox, MD
Provided by ADMSEP's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Medical Education Task Force (CAPME), in collaboration with the AACAP Training and Education Committee, and the AADPRT CAP Caucus.
November 2016: Responding To Biased Or Offensive Comments article added. See Section V.4 below.
November 2016: Responding to Microaggressions and Bias article added. See Section V.5 below.
April 2017: Childhood Abuse, Trauma, Neglect, and Sequelae powerpoint added. See Section I.2.x.v below.
In order to ensure that all future physicians receive essential education in child, adolescent, and family mental health, we need to increase exposure to CAP in the undergraduate curriculum. ADMSEP Council has approved a list of benchmark CAP learning objectives. To help you implement these objectives, we have put together a toolbox of online resources that you may find helpful.
- These resources have been generously contributed by CAP educators, which include members of AACAP, ADMSEP, AADPRT, and AAP.
- The CAPME Task Force is providing them as a service to ADMSEP and AACAP members.
- A formal peer-review of these materials has not been conducted by the CAPME Task Force, although they may have been published elsewhere.
- Unless otherwise noted, non-copyrighted presentations are freely downloadable and adaptable for your use, as long as you credit the author.
- Please access this web page using a desktop link as the mobile link cannot be supported at this time.
These resources are a collaborative work in progress! The CAPME Task Force will add categories and resources as needed. If you don't see what you are looking for, please send suggestions to Geri Fox at email@example.com and we will work on getting it for you. We welcome your contributions, feedback, and suggestions. If you have additional resources to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you would like personalized curricular consultation from a CAP educator in your AAMC region, please email Rita Horton, MD at RHort1@lsuhsc.edu.
- We encourage you to consult with the CAP training director at your institution about ways to improve CAP in your medical school curriculum.
- You may find it useful to discuss implementation of the CAP learning objectives with other clerkship directors (particularly pediatrics and family medicine) as well as the curriculum committee at your school.
General Overview Articles RE: Teaching CAP in Med Ed:
- From Too Little Too Late to Early and Often: Child Psychiatry Education During Medical School (and Before and After) (L.O. #1, 2, &3)
Martin, A., Bloch, M., Pruett, K., Stubbe, D., Belitsky, R., Ebert, M., & Leckman, J.F. (2007, January). Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 16(1), 17-43.
- Improving Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Education for Medical Students: An Interorganizational Collaborative Action Plan
Fox, G., Stock, S., Briscoe, G., Beck, G., Horton, R., Hunt, J., Liu, H., Partner, A., Sexson, S., Schlozman, S., Stubbe, D., Stuber, M. Academic Psychiatry. 2012 Nov 1; 36(6):461-4.
- Curricular Resources for Child Psychiatry Training in Medical Student Education (L.O. #3)
Steve Schlozman, MD, Harvard Medical School - May 2012
- Exposing Osteopathic Medical Students to Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Samuel Pullen, DO, Mayo Clinic