*This curriculum has been peer-reviewed and accepted by the American Association of Directors of Psychiatry Residency Training (AADPRT).
The Dr. Richard C. Christensen Memorial Ethics Curriculum is a multimedia effort, and at the heart of the curriculum are Dr. Christensen’s articles and legacy of ethics, especially in the context of serving underserved populations. Members and friends of the Christensen Editorial Board lovingly crafted additional content and organized this curriculum to honor that legacy. To navigate the curriculum, please refer to the sections below.
Ethics in Psychiatric Practice Curriculum
Assisting residents and medical students with navigating core ethical concerns that arise in everyday psychiatric practice
Authors: Cara Yergen, MD; Ana Turner, MD; Joseph Thornton, MD; Rajiv Tandon, MD; Sheryl Fleisch, MD; Caroline Nickerson, BA; Regina Bussing, MD; Jacqueline Hobbs, MD, PhD
This is an effort conducted by the University of Florida Psychiatry Department with the supervision of the Christensen Editorial Board.
Address all correspondence to Dr. Jacqueline Hobbs.
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact phone number: (352) 265-4357
Module Outline and Instructions
Module One: Ethics Terminology
Module Two: Slang ‘On Board’ — A Moral Analysis of Medical Jargon
Module Three: Diagnostic Overshadowing
Please see the curriculum outline for this module.
Module Four: Relationships with Pharmaceutical Representatives
Module Five: Ethical Concerns Regarding the Underserved
Module Six: Wrap Up
Ethics Curriculum Videos
Module 2: Slang ‘On Board’ — A Moral Analysis of Medical Jargon — two videos (in the main video)
Module 4: Relationships with Pharmaceutical Representatives — three videos (in the main video)
Module 5: Video from Dr. Sheryl Fleisch (separate video)
Module 6: Course Wrap-Up — bloopers (in the main video)
Actors: Dr. Jessica Khan, Dr. Yarelis Guzman-Quinones, Dr. Jaison Nainaparampil, Dr. Andrew Pierce
Camera Crew: Caroline Nickerson, Britany Griffin
Writer: Dr. Cara Yergen
Producer: Dr. Jackie Hobbs