A residency training program that prepares physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders and symptoms in complex medically ill patients. This includes treatment of patients with acute or chronic medical, neurological, obstetrical, or surgical illness in which psychiatric illness is affecting their medical care and/or quality of life, and patients who have a psychiatric disorder that is the direct consequence of a primary medical condition, a somatoform disorder, or psychological factors affecting a general medical condition. Requires prior completion of a program in psychiatry. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
The graphs below represent a comparison of the number of graduates in Psychosomatic Medicine Residency Program and the number of graduates in
similar majors compared to all other graduates in the state.