The third annual residential conference of the Section was held in Jersey from 5 to 7 March 1992. One hundred and twenty delegates gathered to hear from a range of practitioners. Trainees had a high profile – the policy of increasing to a third the proportion of higher trainees intending to be old age psychiatrists is beginning to bear fruit. A whole morning session was devoted to higher training issues ranging from the historical view of the relationship between old age psychiatry (OAP) and geriatrics, to a review of a successful higher training scheme, to innovative hopes for the future in the shape of Individual Performance Review (IPR) and an audit of audit. The senior registrar group's nationwide survey of current higher training experiences was presented.
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