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The Public Psychiatrist as Educator 

The Public Psychiatrist as Educator
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The Public Psychiatrist as Educator
Author(s):

Sarah E. Baker

and Adam Brenner

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780190907914.003.0008
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date: 25 January 2022

Among the many important educator roles of the public psychiatrist is that of teacher for the medical students, residents, and fellows who rotate through her public sector clinic or hospital. Using a case study as its basis, this chapter describes how a public psychiatrist can engage with an academic medical center’s department of psychiatry in order to offer training opportunities in the public sector. It also describes the process for developing medical student clerkships and resident rotations and includes examples from clerkships and resident rotations from throughout the United States.

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