Where Have All the Residents Gone?

  title={Where Have All the Residents Gone?},
  author={Jonathan F. Borus},
  journal={Harvard Review of Psychiatry},
  • J. Borus
  • Published 1 May 1993
  • Education
  • Harvard Review of Psychiatry
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The professional relevance of outpatient and inpatient curricula and the didactic value of different parts of the clerkship for junior medical students randomly assigned to a pilot clerkship supported the view that working with outpatients is more useful, rewarding, and educational for the nonpsychiatrist physician.