The authors describe the impact on training that accompanied an assignment of senior (PGY-4) residents to work one-half day each week for a six month period at a community-based agency concerned with the care of persons with severe and persistent mental illness who were formerly homeless. As the goals and methods of psychiatric training are rethought and adapt to programmatic shifts and economic pressures, new opportunities open up to move treatment and training to the “front lines” in the community where an innovative therapeutic armamentarium for persons with severe and chronic mental illness is developing.
Psychiatric Quarterly – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 6, 2004
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