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Learning psychiatry in an integrated course: possibilities or pipedreams?

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • The changing nature of health care provision and disease profiles has led to a reassessment of the clinical settings that are optimal for student learning. Modern integrated medical curricula usually do not include a separate course for disciplines such as psychiatry. Further, Hospital based psychiarty curricula do not expose students to psychiatry in primary care settings.

Publication Date


  • 2010

Citation


  • Pai, N. Brahmavar., Bushnell, J. A. & Dawes, K. (2010). Learning psychiatry in an integrated course: possibilities or pipedreams?. RANZCP 2010 Congress: A Shared Endeavour (pp. 20-21). New Zealand: RANZCP.

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/medpapers/450

Start Page


  • 20

End Page


  • 21

Place Of Publication


  • http://www.ranzcp.org/Library/Media/Psychiatry-Congress-2-to-6-May-2010.aspx

Abstract


  • The changing nature of health care provision and disease profiles has led to a reassessment of the clinical settings that are optimal for student learning. Modern integrated medical curricula usually do not include a separate course for disciplines such as psychiatry. Further, Hospital based psychiarty curricula do not expose students to psychiatry in primary care settings.

Publication Date


  • 2010

Citation


  • Pai, N. Brahmavar., Bushnell, J. A. & Dawes, K. (2010). Learning psychiatry in an integrated course: possibilities or pipedreams?. RANZCP 2010 Congress: A Shared Endeavour (pp. 20-21). New Zealand: RANZCP.

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/medpapers/450

Start Page


  • 20

End Page


  • 21

Place Of Publication


  • http://www.ranzcp.org/Library/Media/Psychiatry-Congress-2-to-6-May-2010.aspx