Applying the Principles of Adult Learning to the Teaching of Psychopharmacology: Overview and Finding the Focus

@article{Stahl2009ApplyingTP,
  title={Applying the Principles of Adult Learning to the Teaching of Psychopharmacology: Overview and Finding the Focus},
  author={Stephen M Stahl and Richard Davis},
  journal={CNS Spectrums},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={179 - 182}
}
Medical education in psychopharmacology can be designed according to modern principles of adult learning. The goal is to go beyond merely exposing learners to novel content, to the documentation that learning has occurred and that behaviors have changed, namely the upgrading of skills in clinical practice. The many aspects of this approach to medical education are discussed in overview here. Future installments of "Trends in Psychopharmacology" will periodically deal with specific aspects of… 
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