Psychiatry (PSCHTY)

PSCHTY 6005: Psychiatry Clerkship

Students see patients with psychiatric disorders in the outpatient clinics, in hospital settings and on consultation services.

Credit Hours: 6


PSCHTY 6015: Rural Psychiatry Clerkship

Rural Psychiatry Clerkship

Credit Hours: 6


PSCHTY 6025: Springfield Psychiatry Clerkship

Students see patients with psychiatric disorders in the outpatient clinics, in hospital settings and on consultation services.

Credit Hours: 8
Prerequisites: successful completion of the first two years of medical school


PSCHTY 6105: Remediation Psychiatry Clerkship

Enrolled students are those who received an unsatisfactory grade in a Psychiatry Clerkship at any Mizzou Med location or site. This course gives the student an opportunity to rectify their deficiency.

Credit Hours: 6
Prerequisites: PSCHTY 6005 Psychiatry Clerkship, received unsatisfactory grade


PSCHTY 6363: ABS Psychiatry Research

ABS Psychiatry Research

Credit Hour: 5-10


PSCHTY 6365: ABS Psychiatry Research and Review

ABS Psychiatry Research and Review

Credit Hour: 5-10


PSCHTY 6367: ABS Psychopharmacology

ABS Psychopharmacology

Credit Hour: 5-10


PSCHTY 6630: Narrative Med and the Meaningful Life

The 4th year medical student will attend didactics and participate in discussions. They will complete suggested readings (short stories, poems and essays), assessments and writing assignments/projects. May be repeated for credit.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: 4th year medical student, all core clerkships


PSCHTY 6730: Adult Outpatient Psychology - Rural

Adult Outpatient Psychology - Rural

Credit Hours: 3


PSCHTY 6731: Psychiatry Rural Elective

The 4th year medical student will participate in the evaluation of adult psychiatric patients and child psychiatric patients in a clinical setting.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: PSCHTY 6005; restricted to 4th year medical students


PSCHTY 6835: Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic

Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic

Credit Hours: 5


PSCHTY 6836: Psychiatry Adult Inpatient Service

Psychiatry Adult Inpatient Service

Credit Hours: 5


PSCHTY 6837: Psychosomatic Medicine

Psychosomatic Medicine

Credit Hours: 5


PSCHTY 6838: Forensic Psychiatry

Forensic Psychiatry

Credit Hours: 5


PSCHTY 6839: Child/Adolescent Psychiatry

Child/Adolescent Psychiatry

Credit Hours: 5


PSCHTY 6840: Geriatric Psychiatry

Geriatric Psychiatry

Credit Hours: 5


PSCHTY 6939: Two Week - Psychiatry Adult Inpatient Service

The student will work as a member of an inpatient multidisciplinary team and participate in the evaluation and treatment of adults on an acute care inpatient psychiatry service at MUPC. Typical activities include following several patients, observing and conducting psychiatric evaluation, collecting collateral information, reviewing medical records, participation in staffings, rounds and therapeutic groups and documentation in the medical record.

Credit Hours: 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the first two years of medical school


PSCHTY 6940: Two Week - Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

The student will work as a member of an inpatient multidisciplinary team and participate in the evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents on an acute care child inpatient psychiatry service at MUPC. Typical activities include following several patients, observing and conducting psychiatric evaluation, collecting collateral information, reviewing medical records, participation in staffings, rounds and therapeutic groups and documentation in the medical record.

Credit Hours: 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the first two years of medical school


PSCHTY 6941: Two Week - Psychiatry Consultation and Liaison

Students will participate in the psychiatric consultation process for medical rehabilitation, medical and surgical inpatients. The types of patients seen present with a wide spectrum of psychiatric conditions such as depression, substance abuse, anxiety disorders, delirium, dementia, somatoform disorders, personality disorders, psychotic disorders and organic behavior/mood disorders. Typical duties include bedside evaluation in collaboration with attendings and residents, documentation and presentation of findings and recommendations and participation in rounds.

Credit Hours: 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the first two years of medical school