In consultation with Dr. Mary Moffit, Director of the Resident and Faculty Wellness Program, staff psychologist will provide clinical services 3 days a week Mon-Fri (offering evening appt. times), monitor emails, and carrying the OHSU pager during some off\u2013hours, responding in a timely fashion. Psychologist will participate in the program\u2019s on-call coverage: on average one week every four weeks, providing triage of emergency or urgent calls. This coverage will be shared with the two RFWP staff psychologists and one psychiatrist. Work location\u2014psychologist will share a private office and waiting area; have access to an administrative assistant, and IT expert and other GME staff as needed.
Joining the team providing clinical services for the OHSU Resident and Faculty Wellness Program (RFWP) in Graduate Medical Education. The RFWP was developed to assure that our residents/fellows and SoM faculty can access professional counseling and psychiatric consultation to successfully and safely practice medicine, as well as to now address requirements regarding physician well-being by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Our current team (two psychologists and one psychiatrist) provides clinical services, educational programs, and conducts research regarding physician resilience and access to personal health care. Our highly rated wellness program is a national model and has seen utilization more than triple over the last 10 years. Current RFWP initiatives include suicide prevention (AFSP online, anonymous interactive screening protocol) and the OHSU Peer Support Program. Currently we are undergoing an expansion of services to our community partners, which will include some telehealth and in-person care, as well as educational provisions.
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