Danger ahead: challenges in undergraduate psychiatry teaching and implications for community psychiatry

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Abed, Reem
Teodorczuk, Andrew
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2015
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This editorial discusses current challenges faced by educators in undergraduate psychiatry in a community setting. It explores day-to-day difficulties faced by clinical educators and also considers the changing landscape of community services and how this might have an impact on learning opportunities. We call for efforts to improve undergraduate teaching in community psychiatry.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry

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206

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2

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Biomedical and clinical sciences

Psychology

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Psychiatry

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Abed, R; Teodorczuk, A, Danger ahead: challenges in undergraduate psychiatry teaching and implications for community psychiatry, The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2015, 206 (2), pp. 89-90

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