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TitleA Resident's Guide to Psychiatric Education [electronic resource] / edited by Michael G. G. Thompson
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1979
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-8195-6
Descript XVIII, 274 p. online resource

SUMMARY

This is the inaugural volume of the new series: Critical Issues in Psychiatry: An Educational Series for Residents and Clinicians. It is an appropriate beginning, for this book represents a milestone in the evolution of psychiatric education. For the first time, there will now be a single place where one can find a compreยญ hensive collection of educational goals and objectives to define the broad spectrum of knowledge and skills essential for general and child psychiatry. This collection does not represent the bias of a single educator or program. Rather, it consists of a consensually validated ranking of relative importance for each educational goal and objective as determined by a large and international sampling of exยญ perienced psychiatric educators, as well as an editorial board with some of the most distinguished names in psychiatric education. It is even possible to tell at a glance whether the ranked level of importance is the same or different within several national groups, for example Canadians vs. Americans. This book is intended for all students of psychiatry. It is particularly valuable to residents in training, but equally so for experienced clinicians preparing for Board examination or simply attending to the process of continuing education and intellectual renewal. While it might well be used by an institution to delineate the dimensions of a training program in psychiatry, it is intended primarily for the self-evaluation and self-monitoring of one's growth as a psychiatrist


CONTENT

1 Terminal and Enabling Objectives -- Editor's Introduction -- I. Historical Trends in Psychiatry -- II. Normality and Normal Psychosexual Development -- III. Contributions of the Biological Sciences to Psychiatry -- IV. Contributions of the Psychological Sciences to Psychiatry -- V. Contributions of the Sociocultural Sciences to Psychiatry -- VI. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry -- VII. Theories of Personality and Psychopathology -- VIII. Psychiatric Assessment -- IX. Psychiatric Emergencies and Reactive Disorders -- X. Psyche and Soma and Liaison Psychiatry -- XI. The Neuroses, Personality Disorders, Addictions, and Sexual Disorders -- XII. The โ{128}{156}Functionalโ{128}{157} Psychoses -- XIII. The Organic Mental Disorders -- XIV. The Organic Therapies -- XV. Learning Theory and Behavior Modification -- XVI. The Psychotherapies -- XVII. Community and Administrative Psychiatry -- XVIII. Geriatric and Forensic Psychiatry -- XIX. Gender and Psychiatry -- XX. Psychiatric Research and Evaluation -- 2 Recommended Training Experiences and Skills: A Log Book -- Editor's Introduction -- I. History, Examination, Formulation, and Diagnosis -- II. Treatments -- III. Special Investigations -- IV. โ{128}{156}Specialโ{128}{157} Experiences -- Suggested Cross-References to Chapter 1 -- 3 The Residency Training Program Audit -- Editor's Introduction -- I. General -- II. Structure -- III. Process -- IV. Outcome -- 4 Terminal and Enabling Objectives for Residency Training in Child Psychiatry -- Foreword: Child Psychiatry Specialist Training (by Quentin Rae-Grant) -- I. Historical Trends in Child Psychiatry -- II. Normality and Normal Psychosexual Development -- III. Contributions of the Biological Sciences to Psychiatry -- IV. Contributions of the Psychological Sciences to Psychiatry -- V. Contributions of the Sociocultural Sciences to Psychiatry -- VI. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry -- VII. Theories of Personality and Psychopathology -- VIII. Psychiatric Assessment -- IX. Psychiatric Emergencies and Reactive Disorders -- X. Psyche and Soma and Liaison Psychiatry -- XL The Neuroses, Personality Disorders, Addictions, and Sexual Disorders -- XII. The โ{128}{156}Functionalโ{128}{157} Psychoses -- XIII. The Organic Mental Disorders -- XIV. The Organic Therapies -- XV. Learning Theory and Behavior Modification -- XVI. The Psychotherapies -- XVII. Community and Administrative Psychiatry -- XVIII. Geriatric and Forensic Psychiatry -- XIX. Gender and Psychiatry -- XX. Psychiatric Research and Evaluation -- Appendix A Professional Associations -- Appendix B A Guide to the Psychiatric Literature -- General Texts -- Reference Lists -- Journals -- Indices -- Computerized Reference Services -- Appendix C Training Requirements -- American Medical Association: Excerpts from โ{128}{156}Essentials of Approved Residenciesโ{128}{157} -- The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada: โ{128}{156}Specialty Training Requirements in Psychiatryโ{128}{157} -- The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists: Excerpts from โ{128}{156}By-Laws and Booklet for the Information of Candidates, 1978โ{128}{157} -- The Royal College of Psychiatrists (London, England): Excerpts from โ{128}{156}Educational Programmes for Trainees in Psychiatryโ{128}{157} -- Appendix D Introductory Reading List for Chapter 1


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