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Psychiatry Residency Training Program
 
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Residency Policies & Procedures
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X. GENERAL PROGRAM POLICIES

PROFESSIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL TIME COMMITMENTS:  MOONLIGHTING

  • Residents must seek prospective approval of all outside professional activities from the program director prior by submitting a Resident/Fellow Request for Approval of Outside Professional Activities form for each activity.

  • Residents are expected to spend all of the time of the regular training work week in training-sponsored activities, and to fulfill all training assignments, and on-call obligations.  Residents are also expected to spend a reasonable amount of non-training time on outside reading, and continued medical education.

  • The total aggregate work hours for residents, including both their activities as part of an accredited residency program and outside professional activities, must not exceed 80 hours per week, when averaged over four weeks. Outside professional activities shall not exceed on average one day per week averaged over 13 weeks..
  • Residents must report to the Residency Office, on a monthly basis, dates and hours spent moonlighting..
  • Residents are hereby advised that the University provides neither liability coverage, supervision, nor consultation for clinical activities outside the assigned training programs.
  • By state law [RCW 18.71.095(3)], Residents possessing only limited licenses are prohibited from moonlighting.
  • Residents may not moonlight at UWMC, SCCA, HMC, or the clinics associated with these institutions.
  • PGY-1 Residents are not eligible to moonlight.

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Psychiatry Residency Training Program
1959 NE Pacific Street, Box 356560
Seattle, WA 98195-6560
206-543-6577
email: psychres@u.washington.edu