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Barriers and facilitators to conducting research by early career psychiatrists: a literature review

paid to research activities in psychiatric residency ( Fitz-Gerald et al., 2001 ). While some clinical educators might argue that the goal of psychiatric training is only clinical, the view that clinicians need to have a basic knowledge in research to perform evidence-based medicine, has been the basis for recent approaches to medical training. This is demonstrated by the development of the CanMEDS roles that describe the abilities physicians require and underscore that an important role of a medical doctor is that of the scholar, where life-long learning is expected

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Attitudes of Medical and Pharmacy Students Towards Patients Suffering from Schizophrenia

. Effects of psychiatric training on nursing students’ attitudes towards people with mental illness in Japan. Int J Soc Psychiatr 2011; 57:574-9. 14. Benov E, Eljaala S, Felice E, et al. Stigma of Schizophrenia: Assessing Attitudes among European University Students. Journal of European Psychology Students 2013; 4(2), 40-48. 15. Couture S, Penn DL. Interpersonal contact and the stigma of mental illness: A review of the literature. J Ment Health 2003; 12:291-305. 16. Pinfold V, Toulmin H, Thornicroft G, Huxley P, Farmer P

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Dinesh Bhugra: a personal history of Psychiatry

became involved in the Royal College of Psychiatrists as a trainee representative on the Collegiate Training Committee simply because, that year, there were no nominations from trainees at Senior House level from the Trent Division. This led to becoming increasingly involved in Joint Committee for higher psychiatric training, Overseas Doctors Training Committee, and then becoming chair of Faculty of Adult and Community psychiatry. During my tenure as Chair of Overseas Doctors Training Committee, I came across the stresses that International Medical Graduates go through

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