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Robbins, Alan S.; Beck, John C. – Journal of Medical Education, 1982
Performance objectives, core content, training experiences, and clinical exposure and program evaluations are described for geriatric fellows and house staff members in internal medicine, family practice, neurology, and psychiatry. A modified Delphi study was used. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: Core Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Delphi Technique, Fellowships
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Spencer, James H., Jr.; And Others – Journal of Medical Education, 1979
A set of departmental promotion guidelines ensure that medical faculty understand what is expected and what will be evaluated when promotion is considered. An approach to setting faculty evaluation standards, used at Cornell University Medical College Department of Psychiatry, and its application to primary areas of faculty work are outlined.…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Departments, Employment Practices, Evaluation Criteria
Howard, Edrice, Ed. – 1986
Information is provided on nearly 500 short-term professional development programs offered in the United States that are open to or intended for non-U.S. students. The programs, which range from 2 weeks to 1 year in length, require at least an associate's degree or a corresponding level of academic or nonacademic study for admission. The programs…
Descriptors: Courses, Eligibility, Foreign Countries, Foreign Nationals
Silber, Earle; Arnstein, Robert L.; Backus, Varda; Eddy, Harrison P.; Liptzin, Myron B.; Notman, Malkah Tolpin; Reich, Peter; Reid, Elizabeth Aub; Siggins, Lorraine D.; Silverman, Morton; Stauffer, Tom G.; Wenger, Robert E. – 1999
This book, formulated by the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP) Committee on the College Student, describes the complexity of graduate student lives and advocates providing students with mental health services and other support to help them cope more successfully with the challenges of graduate school. It provides a view of students…
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Case Studies, Counseling Services, Crisis Intervention
Bracher, Mark – 1999
Asserting that psychoanalysis and writing instruction have much to offer each other, this book examines the intersection between these two fields and proposes pedagogical uses of psychoanalytic technique for writing instruction. Articulating an approach based on the work of Jacques Lacan, the book shows how a psychoanalytic perspective can offer…
Descriptors: Educational Objectives, Educational Psychology, Higher Education, Personal Writing
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Murphy, Christina – Writing Center Journal, 1989
Suggests that the correlation between writing instruction and the psychoanalytic process is most apparent in the interaction between writing center tutors and their students. Argues that the core of tutoring and psychotherapy is the interactional dynamics of a search for insight involving an intimate transference of trust and vulnerability between…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Interpersonal Relationship, Peer Teaching, Psychiatry
Nicodemus, Robert – 1992
This report describes the links between group relations training, process consultancy, and psychoanalysis and relates these to the kinds of training which may be needed to develop consultation programs within an institution, specifically the Open University (OU) in England. A list of recommended readings and institutions which may provide training…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Consultation Programs, Educational Needs, Group Behavior
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Hayes, Peggy A.; Rosenbluth, Sidney A. – American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 1980
The University of Tennessee offers an educational program to prepare Doctor of Pharmacy candidates for clinical roles in mental health care. The program consists of two core curricular elements: a didactic module and a clinical clerkship that devotes equal time to inpatient and outpatient care. Clinical guidelines and pharmacist goals are…
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Clinical Experience, Conventional Instruction, Core Curriculum
Pavela, Gary – 1990
This monograph is intended to serve as a practical resource for student affairs administrators, mental health professionals, campus attorneys, and others involved in formulating and implementing policies and procedures related to the dismissal of college and university students with mental disorders. One section covers legal issues surrounding…
Descriptors: Administrator Responsibility, Behavior Disorders, Case Studies, College Students