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The administration of general professional training schemes in psychiatry: A three year review

  • J. L. Herzberg (a1) and J. P. Watson (a1)
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We have previously reported on the formation of a large regional registrar scheme covering 11 health districts in the South Thames region (Herzberg & Watson, 1991) and highlighted educational principles which we considered important for registrar training. The purpose of the present paper is to review those principles in the light of experience to date in running senior house officer (SHO) and registrar training schemes.

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Grant, S., Holmes, J., & Watson, J. (1993) Guidelines for psychotherapy training as part of general professional psychiatric training. Psychiatric Bulletin, 17, 695698
Herzberg, J. L. & Watson, J. P. (1991) Achieving a balance: establishing a new regional scheme for psychiatric registrars in South East Thames. Psychiatric Bulletin, 15, 552554
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BJPsych Bulletin
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The administration of general professional training schemes in psychiatry: A three year review

  • J. L. Herzberg (a1) and J. P. Watson (a1)
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