This yearlong fellowship trains family medicine physicians, particularly those planning to practice in rural communities, to better care for patients with mental health and psychiatric concerns. The Behavioral Health Fellowship in Family Medicine provides training for family medicine physicians in evaluation and treatment of psychiatric problems, as well as autism, ADHD, eating disorders and managing chronic pain. Fellows spend three days a week at a rural site in Alabama as well as complete rotations in Tuscaloosa. For more information, click here or contact fellowship director, Dr. Marisa Giggie.