To provide addiction consult services to VCUHS and to teach addictions psychiatry.
1. Teaching – 5% of time to teaching and teaching-related activities at both VCU. This educational effort shall include medical students, residents, fellows, and colleagues in addictions psychiatry and other colleagues where appropriate. Teaching responsibilities also shall be considered to include preparation and presentation of instructional materials, lectures, evaluative materials, testing and maintenance of personal professional skills through continuing education, advising and mentoring trainees, and attendance at Grand Rounds
2. Research – Up to 10% research activities including participating in clinical addictions research pending funding.
3. Clinical – 85% time to clinical addiction activities in the addiction psychiatry consult service at VCU medical center. On call duties
U.S. medical degree or equivalent (M.D. or D.O.)
Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU.
Demonstrated history of working with patients with addictions.
Board certification in addiction psychiatry or addiction medicine.
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