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Teaching group and organisational dynamics to psychiatric trainees

  • R. Cawthra (a1), R. Porter (a1) and S. T. Kathriarachchi (a2)
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Junior psychiatrists in the UK often receive only minimal training in psychodynamic aspects of group processes, especially as applied to the understanding of organisational dynamics. Yet these processes may be an important force operating in clinical teams, in both hospital and community settings.

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Teaching group and organisational dynamics to psychiatric trainees

  • R. Cawthra (a1), R. Porter (a1) and S. T. Kathriarachchi (a2)
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