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PSYCHIATRIC TRAINING AND ITS PRACTICE: A SURVEY OF 86 PRACTITIONERS

By Rajeev Gupta and R.L. Narang

Abstract

86 private practitioners were surveyed about the total prevalence of psychiatric morbidity in their practice. An assessment was made about their undergraduate psychiatric training and its current utility. Significance of the findings have been discussed

Topics: Original Article
Publisher: Medknow Publications
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3172447
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