The Residency Program
The Residency Program of the Department of Psychiatry at Oregon Health and Science University adheres to the basic belief that human beings exist in biological, social and cultural matrices which directly affect their sense of psychological well-being. With this firmly in mind, the training program emphasizes clinical proficiency in assessing and intervening within these matrices for the benefit of patients. Insights thus gained have led graduates to become leaders in their community as psychiatric clinicians and academicians. Learn more
Public Psychiatry Training ProgramDirector
Norwood Knight-Richardson M.D.
Following several years of intensive planning, the Community Psychiatry Training Program at OHSU was started in 1973. In 1987, the name of this program was changed to the Public Psychiatry Training Program (PPTP) to emphasize the training experience in state institutions as well as community mental health programs. Learn more