The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at CCHMC has an opening for a Board Eligible or Board Certified Child Psychiatrist in the role of Instructor within the Behavioral & Developmental Neuropsychiatry group within the Division. Duties will include clinical care within outpatient and inpatient settings focused on patient populations impacted by developmental disability and comorbid mental illness and/or behavioral concerns, including work with a significant population of patients and families impacted by autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The Instructor will additionally receive training in the conduct of translational research in these same settings. The Instructor will receive regular training and mentorship within a large and growing interdisciplinary team of developmental disability-specific mental health providers. Any interested applicants are encouraged to email@example.com
to seek additional details about the opening.
Participate in safe, effective and compassionate patient care. Provide disease specific expert consultation relative to the clinical discipline. Examine patients to determine presence of disease. Determine nature and extent of disease or injury, formulate plan of care. Perform procedures, collect data, analyze date and make decisions regarding patient care, including initial assessment, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, reassessment and discontinuation of care. Evaluate, formulate, maintain, support, monitor and modify a patient-specific plan for care, treatment and rehabilitation based on the patient's assessment. Physicians may work in inpatient and/or outpatient settings. Plan and coordinate discharge treatment plan. Care may include medical diagnostic, therapeutic care including management of medical emergencies which may require technical procedures. May provide consultation for patients in the emergency room, admitted to the hospital or in outpatient clinics.
·Safety and Continuous Improvement
Continuously assess and improve the performance of services provided. Compliance with CCHMC safety, code of conduct, integrity standards.
·Training and Education
Provide direction to medical students and residents, fellows and other health care professionals in the treatment of patients and professional conduct. Ability to teach medical students and residents, and fellows general patient management as well as specifics related to the clinical discipline. Attend and participate in lectures, seminars, presentations, and conferences within the division as well as multi-disciplinary conferences. Participate in national conferences either as an official attendee or a presenter. Implement knowledge to patient care plans and procedures. Abide by the continuing education goals of the department.
Participates in scholarly activities as evidenced by: publication of clinical investigation, clinical observations, reviews, chapters or books; participation in clinical trials, and/or clinical investigations; and submission of a manuscript to an acceptable journal for publication. May assist in the design and conduct clinical research within areas of clinical specialty. Publish and/or co-author findings and conclusions resulting from research in a timely fashion. Presents findings internally. May assist in the design and implementation of programs which evaluates the efficacy of treatment. May assist in obtaining funding from outside sources for research and teaching programs.
Follow CCHMC's established code of ethical behavior in decisions and actions regarding marketing, admission, transfer, and discharge. Is compliance with policies and procedures protecting patient rights for informed consent and the handling of confidential information as defined by CCHMC's mission and applicable laws and regulations. Ensure orientation, in-service training and continuing education according to CCHMC guidelines. Is compliance with all departmental policies, procedures, job descriptions and philosophy as consistent with Cincinnati Children's policies and values. Is compliance with all JCAHO guidelines, procedures and policies.
Knowledge of growth and development
Understands and support family-centered care
·Clinical Knowledge - Specialty
Professional knowledge and clinical ability sufficient to provide evaluation and treatment of complex patients in one or more specialty areas
Knowledge of pathophysiology and pharmacology
Understanding and showing respect and appreciation for the uniqueness of all individuals; leveraging differences in others' perspectives and ideas; appreciating cultural differences and adjusting one's approach to successfully integrate with others who are different from oneself
Strong organizational and project management skills to handle projects independently.
Excellent verbal, written and/or interpersonal communication skills
Demonstrate skill in physical assessment, diagnosis, management of illness, consultation, research, and patient/family education. Possess expert knowledge and experience to assume medical, professional, scientific, organizational and educational responsibilities involved in the care of infants, children and adolescents.