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Jain, Shaili; Dunn, Laura B.; Warner, Christopher H.; Roberts, Laura Weiss – Academic Psychiatry, 2011
Objective: The authors assess the perspectives of psychiatry residents about the goals of receiving education in professionalism and ethics, how topics should be taught, and on what ethical principles the curriculum should be based. Method: A written survey was sent to psychiatry residents (N = 249) at seven U.S. residency programs in Spring 2005.…
Descriptors: Graduate Medical Education, Medical Schools, Physicians, Psychiatry
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Yager, Joel; Waitzkin, Howard; Parker, Tassy; Duran, Bonnie – Academic Psychiatry, 2007
Objective: The authors describe the evolution of a novel national training program to develop minority faculty for mental health services research careers. Recruiting, training, and sustaining minority health professionals for academic research careers in mental health services research have proven challenging. Method: Over the past 8 years the…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Health Services, Graduate Students, Mentors
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Moutier, Christine; Cornette, Michelle; Lehrmann, Jon; Geppert, Cynthia; Tsao, Carol; DeBoard, Renee; Hammond, Katherine Green; Roberts, Laura Weiss – Academic Psychiatry, 2009
Objective: Whether and under what circumstances medical residents seek personal health care is a growing concern that has important implications for medical education and patient welfare, but has not been thoroughly investigated. Barriers to obtaining care have been previously documented, but very little empirical work has focused on trainees who…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Medical Schools, Medical Students, Role
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Lehrmann, Jon A.; Hoop, Jinger; Hammond, Katherine Green; Roberts, Laura Weiss – Academic Psychiatry, 2009
Objective: Despite the acknowledged importance of ethics education in medical school, little empirical work has been done to assess the needs and preferences of medical students regarding ethics curricula. Methods: Eighty-three medical students at the University of New Mexico participated in a self-administered written survey including 41 scaled…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Medical Students, Student Interests, Ethics
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Dunn, Laura B.; Moutier, Christine; Hammond, Katherine A. Green; Lehrmann, Jon; Roberts, Laura Weiss – Academic Psychiatry, 2008
Objective: The personal health care issues of residents are important but have received minimal study. Available evidence suggests that residents experience difficulties obtaining care, partly related to both the demands of medical training and concerns about confidentiality and privacy. Methods: A self-report survey was distributed in 2000-2001…
Descriptors: Medical Services, Mental Health, Disabilities, Confidentiality
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Roberts, Laura Weiss; Johnson, Mark E.; Brems, Christiane; Warner, Teddy D. – Academic Psychiatry, 2006
Objective: To identify the preferences of practicing licensed psychiatrists in two rural states regarding ethics training. Method: All licensed psychiatrists in Alaska and New Mexico were mailed a survey exploring differences in ethical and practice issues between rural and urban health care providers. Data were collected from 97 psychiatrists.…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Training Objectives, Physicians, Ethics
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Roberts, Laura W.; Warner, Teddy D.; Green Hammond, Katherine A.; Geppert, Cynthia M. A.; Heinrich, Thomas – Academic Psychiatry, 2005
Objective: Ethics training has become a core component of medical student and resident education. Curricula have been developed without the benefit of data regarding the views of physicians-in-training on the need for ethics instruction that focuses on practical issues and professional development topics. Methods: A written survey was sent to all…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Medical Students, Educational Needs, Ethics