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The UCI School of Medicine Train New Trainers (TNT) Primary Care – Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (PC-CAP) Fellowship is a year-long clinical education certificate program for primary care-oriented trainees and providers who wish to receive advanced training in the care of pediatric and adolescent patients with behavioral health concerns. This training is provided by national experts at the interface of integrated child and adolescent psychiatric and general practice; many of whom are “triple-trained” in pediatrics, psychiatry and child / adolescent psychiatry. The program includes a strong focus on learning with translation to excellent delivery of behavioral healthcare for mainly underserved populations. 


is the 2nd leading cause of death in 10–14-year-olds
is the 3rd leading cause of death in 15–24-year-olds.1 

Lifetime Prevalence of any Behavioral Health Diagnosis in US Youth

ages 0–17 is 49.5%.2,3