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General practice training for psychiatrists
Psychiatric bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Eighteen psychiatric trainees from St George's Hospital were placed in three local general practices for periods of six months each. The aim was to broaden their postgraduate education by an experience of primary care and to test the feasibility of such a scheme. Their assessments of the placement were canvassed by postal questionnaire. All considered the experiment a success but there were a number of problems. Resistance among the trainees was much greater than expected. Some of thedoi:10.1192/pb.18.5.286 fatcat:rj5w3xodhzcvjknxds7a5udswi