Hidden in plain sight: the formal, informal, and hidden curricula of a psychiatry clerkship.

@article{Wear2009HiddenIP,
  title={Hidden in plain sight: the formal, informal, and hidden curricula of a psychiatry clerkship.},
  author={Delese Wear and Jodie Skillicorn},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2009},
  volume={84 4},
  pages={451-8}
}
PURPOSE To examine perceptions of the formal, informal, and hidden curricula in psychiatry as they are observed and experienced by (1) attending physicians who have teaching responsibilities for residents and medical students, (2) residents who are taught by those same physicians and who have teaching responsibilities for medical students, and (3) medical students who are taught by attendings and residents during their psychiatry rotation. METHOD From June to November 2007, the authors… CONTINUE READING

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