A reassessment of the reasons for psychiatrists being reluctant to do research is made. It is suggested that a combination of inspiration and scepticism is required to both be a good researcher as well as a good clinician. These are seldom to be found in one individual but usually can be found if the trainee is prepared to scour. the benefits of success are many, and a long and productive life in clinical practice is likely with a positive attitude to research, not just to keep up with developments in an informed way but to prevent the ossifying process of clinical dogmatism from developing.
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