The future of psychiatry in Ireland prepared for Comhairle na n-Ospideal by the Irish Division of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
|dc.contributor.author||Royal College of Psychiatrists. Irish Division.|
|dc.contributor.author||Comhairle na n-Ospideal|
|dc.identifier.citation||Royal College of Psychiatrists. Irish Division, Comhairle na n-Ospideal. 1998. The future of psychiatry in Ireland. Dublin: Royal College of Psychiatrists. Irish Division.||en|
|dc.description||Psychiatry requires an initial general medical training at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, the latter being frequently more extensive than the intern year. Specialty training in psychiatry includes education in several basic neurosciences, in psychology and in aspects of sociology. Psychiatric training is at general, followed by higher specialist level, and includes research training. Most Irish psychiatrists take the Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists as their specialty degree: this is taken in two parts, the second part after three years general psychiatric training. The MRCPsych is the usual basic requirement for entry to higher specialist. There is no exit examination following higher training.||en|
|dc.publisher||Royal College of Psychiatrists. Irish Division.||en|
|dc.title||The future of psychiatry in Ireland prepared for Comhairle na n-Ospideal by the Irish Division of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.||en|