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Part-time senior registrar training in psychiatry: A feasible option?

  • Hilary M. Livingston (a1), Dorothy Ogelthorpe (a2) and Sarah Robertson (a3)
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One of the topics discussed at the recent Trainees Day of Thames Health Authority, Southern Division, was part-time training. Trainees were concerned about difficulties experienced by those wishing to train on a part-time basis.

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Part-time senior registrar training in psychiatry: A feasible option?

  • Hilary M. Livingston (a1), Dorothy Ogelthorpe (a2) and Sarah Robertson (a3)
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