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Psychiatric Tutor—Rumour or Reality?

  • Ian McKeith (a1)
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Reviving the title of Dr Derek Chiswick's article in an APIT Newsletter some five years ago, the second Trainee's Forum to be organized by the Collegiate Trainees Committee met to re-examine the question during the College's Winter Quarterly Meeting at Charing Cross Hospital Medical School in February 1984. The 40 tutors and trainees attending heard presentations by Dr Peter Kennedy (Psychiatric Tutor from York), Dr Jane Price (formerly Senior Registrar in Psychotherapy in Nottingham), and Dr Desmond Dunleavy (Course Organizer and College Convener from Newcastle).

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The Collegiate Trainees' Committee has set up a working party to examine the problems of Psychiatric Tutors. If you have any comments about this report, or about any other aspects, whether you are tutor or trainee, please write to Dr C. Thompson, the Convener of the Working Party, at the Maudsley Hospital, Denmark Hill, London SE5.

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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0140-0789
  • EISSN: 2514-9954
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  • Ian McKeith (a1)
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