- We will only consider candidates who will be eligible for a Residency Training License in the State of North Carolina (see eligibility requirements here )
- All applicants must apply through ERAS website http://www.aamc.org/students/eras/start.htm 
- We will review applications received through ERAS when the PostOffice opens
- The Duke Psychiatry Education Program offers J-1 visa sponsorship
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry FAQs
Question: Do you support Global Mental Health career goals?
Answer: Yes. With enough advance planning and collaboration, it is possible to customize the adult and child residencies to permit participation in the Global Mental Health Program, which adds additional time (usually two years) to the overall training program.
Question: Are there research opportunities within the child training program?
Answer: Yes. There are a variety of research opportunities in different areas including clinical drug trials, developmental epidemiology, trauma, autism, and ADHD.