Curriculum

AADPRT encourages its members to share curricula they've developed for the benefit of our academic psychiatry community. There are several advantages to disseminating your course. A well-designed, peer-reviewed curriculum is a scholarly product that will directly assist with academic promotion for most institutions. Having a curriculum on the AADPRT website will help in establishing your program as a content expert. Sharing the content allows others to benefit from your contribution and also evaluate the content and make suggestions to further strengthen the material.

AADPRT Curriculum Committee

The Curriculum Committee serves as a source of peer review for member-submitted curricula with the aim of disseminating high quality and innovative teaching resources for psychiatry residency programs and recognition of the scholarly contribution of authors to the education literature. The curriculum committee also facilitates members’ access to broad sources of curricular materials.

Model Curricula

Here is a list of curricula that has been peer-reviewed and adopted as Model Curricula. These are available in the Virtual Training Office (VTO) through searching the title of the curriculum or accessing the Model Curricula Folder, located within the Virtual Classroom folder.
Click here for examples

Creating and submitting a Model Curriculum

What are the steps to create a Model Curriculum and how are these evaluated? To learn more, please consider attending our Workshop offered at the annual AADPRT Meeting.

Here is a primer on creating and submitting a Model Curriculum:
Tips on developing a curriculum

To submit a Model Curriculum, sign in to your AADPRT account and click "Submit Curriculum" in the left-hand menu.

Other Curricular Resources:

Please also see the folder in the VTO "Virtual Classroom" for other curricular resources created by organizations and psychiatrists for the purpose of sharing!

Get Involved!

Are you interested in joining the AADPRT Curriculum Committee or have other questions?
Please contact Jacqueline Hobbs (jahobbs@ufl.edu) or Kaz Nelson (kjnelson@umn.edu)