Mental health reforms in Europe: challenges of postgraduate psychiatric training in Europe: a trainee perspective.

@article{Nawka2010MentalHR,
  title={Mental health reforms in Europe: challenges of postgraduate psychiatric training in Europe: a trainee perspective.},
  author={Alexander Nawka and Martina Rojni{\'c} Kuzman and Domenico Giacco and A. Malik},
  journal={Psychiatric services},
  year={2010},
  volume={61 9},
  pages={862-4}
}
The European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT) is an umbrella organization for trainee associations in 31 countries. A survey asked member countries about the three most important issues facing postgraduate training. Qualitative analysis grouped responses in five categories: implementation of new postgraduate curricula, poor working conditions, low recruitment of psychiatric trainees, insufficient training opportunities, and inadequate psychotherapy training. Disparities between… CONTINUE READING

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