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Talking with my Depressed Patients: Consumer Satisfaction with a Novel Forum for Consultant Education

  • Walter Braude (a1)
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Education for consultants may appear to some to be a paradox. Consultants are often expected to be providers of an endless fund of knowledge, expertise and skill. Their own needs have perhaps been subordinated as a consequence. Traditionally education for consultants has been provided by postgraduate conferences where the participants are invariably passive recipients of a series of lectures. For the participant, weighted down by the excellence of the gastronomic hospitality, these occasions may become a personal battle against creeping postprandial somnolence, and are only enlivened by the conviviality of social encounters and renewed aquaintances. Their educational value may be less profound.

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Talking with my Depressed Patients: Consumer Satisfaction with a Novel Forum for Consultant Education

  • Walter Braude (a1)
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