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|Title:||The development of an undergraduate course in child psychiatry.|
|Citation:||MED TEACH, 1999, 21 (2), pp. 184-192|
|Abstract:||This paper begins with a brief review of child psychiatry teaching to undergraduate medical students.Teaching methods are also considered.The development of the current child psychiatry course at the University of Leicester is then described. This falls naturally into three stages from the beginning of the project to improve on the previous course. For clarity, the results are presented separately for each stage. The changes from one stage to the next and the rationale for these changes are presented in the overall discussion. The final section considers the present position and how we can further develop the clinical child psychiatry teaching programme.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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