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Joint trainers and trainees forum – a collaborative approach to higher specialist training

  • Lesley Hewson (a1) and Barry Wright (a2)
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The Royal College of Psychiatrists' Higher Specialist Training Handbook (1998) emphasises the need for training schemes to be well organised in order to provide an environment in which training needs can be met. Training programme directors are tasked to provide “regular meetings with the trainees as a group to discuss the scheme and its placements” as well as “occasional meetings with trainers to discuss the scheme and its further development”.

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Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Specialist Advisory Committee (1999) Higher Specialist Training Committee Advisory Papers. London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
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Department of Health (1998) A First Class Service: Quality in the New NHS. London: HMSO.
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Royal College of Psychiatrists (1998) Higher Specialist Training Handbook. Occasional Paper OP43. London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Smart, S. & Cottrell, D. (2000) A survey of training experiences and attitudes of higher specialist trainees in child and adolescent psychiatry. Psychiatric Bulletin, 24, 302304.
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Joint trainers and trainees forum – a collaborative approach to higher specialist training

  • Lesley Hewson (a1) and Barry Wright (a2)
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