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Direct consultant supervision of higher trainees in child and adolescent psychiatry: A survey of expectations and practice

  • Stephen Kingsbury (a1) and Mark Allsopp (a2)
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Higher trainees in child and adolescent psychiatry and their consultant trainers reported high levels of compliance with existing JCHPT guidelines on the structure of direct supervision. There was a consensus about the ideal content of supervision sessions but disparity about whether this is achieved in practice and over issues of responsibility for raising certain topic areas. These findings are discussed and some questions to be addressed by trainee and trainer at the outset of the supervision process are suggested.

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Joint Committee on Higher Psychiatric Training (1990) Handbook London: Royal College of Psychiatrists
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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0955-6036
  • EISSN: 1472-1473
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Direct consultant supervision of higher trainees in child and adolescent psychiatry: A survey of expectations and practice

  • Stephen Kingsbury (a1) and Mark Allsopp (a2)
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