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Teaching psychiatrists to teach: qualifications in clinical education for psychiatrists

  • Stephen Dinniss (a1), Richard Bowers (a2) and Antony Christopher (a3)
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The education and training of medical students and trainees is a key role of senior clinicians, and the General Medical Council states we ‘must develop the skills, attitudes and practices of a competent teacher’ (General Medical Council, 2005). The Royal College of Psychiatrists places the role of educator as a core competency for psychiatrists (Bhugra, 2005) and believes we should understand ‘the principles of education and use teaching methods appropriate to educational objectives' (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2004).

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Teaching psychiatrists to teach: qualifications in clinical education for psychiatrists

  • Stephen Dinniss (a1), Richard Bowers (a2) and Antony Christopher (a3)
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