Reflections on an Innovation: The First Trainee-Led Academic Psychiatry Journal

@article{Charoensook2016ReflectionsOA,
  title={Reflections on an Innovation: The First Trainee-Led Academic Psychiatry Journal},
  author={Janet Charoensook and Rafik Sidaros and Katherine S. Pier and Hun Millard and Tobias Wasser and Misty C. Richards and Rajiv Radhakrishnan},
  journal={Academic Psychiatry},
  year={2016},
  volume={40},
  pages={564-565}
}
To the Editor: Psychiatry trainees and medical students have limited opportunities to publish first-author scholarly articles or to serve as peer reviewers and guest editors for psychiatry journals [1, 2]. The skills gained from such opportunities including that of academic writing, critically appraising literature, and conveying information to peers in a scholarly manner are not uniformly taught during residency training. Many academic medical journals have developed trainee-led periodicals… CONTINUE READING

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