The University of Utah was one of the original six U.S. institutions that participated in a novel program designed to train child psychiatrists with a solid foundation in pediatrics. The program integrates 24 months of core pediatrics, 18 months of general psychiatry, and 18 months of child psychiatry over a five-year curriculum. Physicians completing the program are board qualified in pediatrics, psychiatry, and child psychiatry. The continuity clinic experience for these residents has a strong emphasis on behavioral pediatrics. One half-day each week is spent in a pediatric continuity clinic, and the other half-day each week is spent attending a child psychiatry conference. A close collaborative relationship between the faculty of the Department of Pediatrics and the Department of Psychiatry underscores the commitment of both departments to this program. Please also visit the Division of .