Does early mentorship in child and adolescent psychiatry make a difference? The Klingenstein Third-Generation Foundation Medical Student Fellowship Program.

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OBJECTIVE There is a critical shortage of child and adolescent psychiatrists in the United States. Increased exposure, through mentorship, clinical experiences, and research opportunities, may increase the number of medical students selecting child and adolescent psychiatry (CAP) as a career choice. METHOD Between 2008 and 2011, 241 first-year… (More)
DOI: 10.1176/appi.ap.12070136

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@article{Stein2013DoesEM, title={Does early mentorship in child and adolescent psychiatry make a difference? The Klingenstein Third-Generation Foundation Medical Student Fellowship Program.}, author={Joshua A. Stein and Robert R. Althoff and Thomas F Anders and Yoshie Davison and Sarah Edwards and Emily J Frosch and Robert Horst and James J. Hudziak and Jeffrey Hunt and Shashank V Joshi and Robert Li Kitts and Justine Julia Larson and James F. Leckman and John O'Brien and Elizabeth A Lowenhaupt and David W Pruitt and Erin Malloy and A. Miguel San Martin and Ashley Partner and Richard M Sarles and Linmarie Sikich and Lloyd Wells and Alexander Kolevzon}, journal={Academic psychiatry : the journal of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training and the Association for Academic Psychiatry}, year={2013}, volume={37 5}, pages={321-4} }