Clinician

Indicators of Proficiency

  • ABPN certification in psychiatry or equivalent
  • An academic appointment is highly desirable (including clinical and adjunctive series)
  • Subspecialty boards or Certificate of Analytic Training
  • Evidence of some publications (number and type)
  • Documented evidence of broad clinical excellence by peers.  Criteria include but are not limited to:
    Reports from colleagues regarding effectiveness of skills
    Number of consulting positions
    Reports from students regarding demonstrated clinical skills 
  • Documented participation in psychiatric and non-psychiatric professional organizations (e.g. medical liaison roles, etc.).  Criteria include but are not limited to:
    Presentations
    Committee work
    Offices/titles held
    District branch activities
    Medical society activities  
  • Awards and Honors for professional/non-professional activitiesincluding recognition by colleagues, students, and communities
  • Documented evidence of professional/non-professional community involvement, including speaking engagements, memberships,offices held, and activities maintained  
  • Substantial contribution to underserved populations
  • Examiner for ABPN, Part II or equivalent
  • Former College Laughlin or PRITE Fellow