The Division of Reproductive Psychiatry and Behavioral Health was established in 2013 under the prior name The Division of Women’s Mental Health and Wellness. It currently consists of 5 multidisciplinary faculty members (MD, PhD, LPC) providing high quality women’s mental health care in outpatient and consultative settings. This division is a tertiary referral source for specialty Reproductive Psychiatric services throughout Oregon and SW Washington. Current specialty clinical areas of focus include but are not limited to Perinatal and Postpartum Psychiatric conditions, Infertility Consultation Services, Perinatal Loss, Female Sexual Dysfunction, Perimenstrual and Perimenopausal Mood Disorders, Coordinated Care in Primary Care; and biopsychosocial treatment of gynecologic cancer, urogynecology conditions, family planning, and other subspecialty care.
Division faculty provide education in these areas of Reproductive Psychiatry and Behavioral Health to hundreds of trainees and faculty regionally and nationally. They are highly engaged in residency training in several academic programs at Oregon Health Science University and hold leadership positions in national organizations.
The Division Head will be responsible for overseeing the clinical, research, teaching and advocacy missions within the Division of Reproductive Psychiatry and Behavioral Health. In particular, the creation and development of programs to incorporate and strengthen the biopsychosocial model of women's health within all the programs of the Department as a key role. The Division Head will analyze the success of these programs and refine the offerings as needed as well as provide oversight of other reproductive psychiatry and behavioral health professionals in the Department to achieve the identified goals of the program. The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the Department Chair in furtherance of the University's missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
As a member of the faculty, the Division Head will provide clinical care to OHSU patients and affiliated hospitals and clinics; establish and maintain a program of scholarly research activity directed toward improved understanding of the causes, detection, and treatment of mental health conditions and treatments; teach medical students, house staff and the regional medical community; engage in public service through consultative activities with non-university groups as approved by the Department Chair; and participate in the administration of the School of Medicine if appointed.
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