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College approval visits – a perspective on trainee participation

  • J. Warrington (a1), Y. G. Edmonstone (a2) and J. Strachan (a3)
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This text discusses whether senior trainees should endeavour to Join a College Approval Panel as one of the visiting team, what the advantages would be to the trainees being visited of having a senior trainee representative as a member of the assessing group and what the benefits are to senior trainees in terms of training and broadening their own curriculum vitae.

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Central Approval Panel (1994) The Royal College of Psychiatrists Statement on Approval of Training Schemes for General Professional Training for the MRCPsych, CAP/01. London: CAP.
Royal College of General Practitioners and Royal College of Psychiatrists (1992) Joint Statement on General Practitioner Vocational Training in Psychiatry. London: RCP & RCPsych.
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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0955-6036
  • EISSN: 1472-1473
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College approval visits – a perspective on trainee participation

  • J. Warrington (a1), Y. G. Edmonstone (a2) and J. Strachan (a3)
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