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Paediatrics in child and adolescent psychiatric training

  • Oonagh Bradley (a1)
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The experience of a paediatric placement is described. Difficulties encountered mirror those experienced in liasion child psychiatry and the basis for this is dicussed. Early collaboration during specialist training of paediatricians and child psychiatrists can enhance the working relationships between the disciplines and the clinical skills of both.

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Correspondence: St Ann's Children's Centre, Taylors Hill Galway, Ireland
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BJPsych Bulletin
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  • EISSN: 1472-1473
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Paediatrics in child and adolescent psychiatric training

  • Oonagh Bradley (a1)
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