Learning psychiatry in an integrated course: possibilities or pipedreams?
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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.
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