Applicants have the opportunity to apply simultaneously to our residency program and advanced training in child and adolescent psychiatry (CAP). This track accommodates 1 resident per year and allows for earlier experiences in child and adolescent psychiatry in the inpatient and outpatient setting, as well as rotations in pediatrics (in place of internal medicine). Additional opportunities in pediatric neurology may also be available. Residents in the CAP track have automatic admission into the Dartmouth CAP fellowship and do not need to apply through the match.
While the majority of our CAP track residents prefer to fast-track to fellowship after their PGY-3 year, CAP track residents are welcome to complete a PGY-4 year before entering fellowship if they choose.
Residents in our adult psychiatry residency who are not in our CAP track are also welcome to apply to our child fellowship after PGY-3 or PGY-4 year.
Please note, the general track and CAP track have separate National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) match numbers. We encourage all applicants who are interested in our CAP track to also consider applying to our general track.