How to Apply - CAP Fellowship

VIRTUAL HAPPY HOURS July-November 2022

Are you interested in learning more about the OHSU CAP Fellowship training program? We welcome you to apply! 

Attend a Virtual Happy Hour and meet with the OHSU CAP Fellows. Happy Hours will be held on Tuesdays from 6-7pm (Pacific Standard Time)

To RSVP, please send an email with your preferred attendance date listed below to the Training Coordinator, Elisa Ross Please note, that there is limited availability for attendance and we will prioritize by first come first serve. 

  • Happy Hour 1 of 5, July 26
  • Happy Hour 2 of 5, August 23
  • Happy Hour 3 of 5, September 13
  • Happy Hour 4 of 5, October 11
  • Happy Hour 5 of 5, November 8

The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship program accepts applications from residents who wish to fast track from their General Psychiatry residency after their third year or those who are completing or have completed Adult Psychiatry training.

Our program utilizes the Electronic Residency Application Service. We also participate in the National Rank Matching Process (NRMP). Please submit your application materials via ERAS. Application deadline is October 1. 

Please note that all applicants must be legally able to work in the U.S., or eligible to obtain work authorization.

The following materials are required for application review, please upload directly into ERAS:

  • General ERAS Application
  • Personal Statement
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • USMLE/COMLEX Score Report
  • Dean's Letter
  • Medical School Transcripts
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation (one from residency program director)
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Our stance on Virtual Recruitment:

OHSU is committed to recruitment practices that are equitable, demonstrate our commitment to responsible stewardship of resources, and reduce negative impacts on the global environment. Thus, OHSU GME will direct all our ACGME residency and fellowship programs to utilize virtual interview practices for the upcoming recruitment season. We believe this approach will attract a diverse pool of applicants, decrease applicant financial barriers, and minimize applicant’s time away from educational and clinical activities while reducing the carbon footprint of recruitment. 

Inquiries about the application process can be directed to the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Program Training Coordinator:

Elisa Ross

Please visit the Graduate Medical Education website to learn more about becoming a trainee at OHSU.