This book explores and offers solutions to critical issues in graduate medical education, including how students are taught and evaluated and how their educational programs are funded. It will be key reading for medical educators, policy makers and all individuals and organizations with an interest in medical education.
This book functions as a guide for leaders in academic and non-academic settings who are interested in developing, managing, or improving new or existing psychiatry residency programs. It notes the complexity of administering a residency program with ready solutions and tactics. Unique and comprehensive, this book contains chapters that focus on key areas of residency program management and innovation including but not limited to: meeting accreditation requirements, clinical and didactic curriculum, managing resident and faculty performance issues, research and scholarly activity in residency programs, rural training programs, and faculty development. Graduate Medical Education in Psychiatry is an invaluable resource for medical education leaders, as well as trainees and those interested in psychiatric residency or academic psychiatry in general.