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A ten-year survey of trainees' days

  • Michael Morris and Sean Lynch (a1)
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This year sees the tenth anniversary of the Collegiate Trainees' Committee (CTC). One of the functions undertaken by the CTC representatives is to organise an annual trainees' day in their division. This gives the trainees an opportunity to meet each other, lobby their divisional representatives and raise awareness of College activities. Another important aspect of the day is the talks, usually of a practical nature and concerning topics like the MRCPsych examinations and administration. There have been a number of single trainees' days reported (Lovett, 1987; Rice & Medley, 1987; Jones et al, 1989) but this is the first review of a larger sample.

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Collegiate Trainees' Committee, Institure of Medical Genetics, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff CF4 4XN (correspondence)
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Gadhvi, H., Martin, R. & Sharma, R. (1983) Chiltern and Thames Valley Division Trainees' Day. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 7, 37.
Jones, D., Rigby, J. & Smith, J. (1989) South Western Division trainees' day. Psychiatric Bulletin, 13, 151152.
Lovett, J. W. T. (1987) Welsh Division trainees' day. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 11, 3233.
Rice, P. & Medley, I. (1987) Report on the Scottish Trainees' Day. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 11, 392394.
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  • Michael Morris and Sean Lynch (a1)
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