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Scholarship for Teachers towards Enrichment in Psychiatry teaching Skills (STEPS): Funded by Infosys Foundation and an Initiative of Minds United For Health Sciences and Humanity Trust & Indian Teachers of Psychiatry (IToP)
- National Webinar on psychiatry teachers conducted on 9th August 2020. Please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYuFyMEVong&list=LL9lQxcjha91YCeNfFKEu67A&index=5&t=4083s
- Guidelines Postgraduate Psychiatry training in India released in 2003 by the Sub Committee of the Indian Psychiatric Society.
- IPS Task Force Guidelines for Post Graduate Psychiatry Training in India 2013
- The psychiatry requires various clinical and interpersonal skills not usually taught or used in the undergraduate medical course, and psychiatry postgraduates will have a lot of new and possibly confronting experiences, and it is during these times that they might look towards a guidance book can offer insight into the common challenges faced by a young resident, especially real-life experiences from people who have transcended similar situations. This book is for these future mental health professionals sharing the experiences of seniors on clinical work, academics, research and other relevant issues.
- A brief outline of the workshop conducted at ANCIPS on the Art of Training Postgraduate- Bedside Clinic & Beyond- It incorporates adult learning , UG and PG learning, specific learning objectives and domains of learning.
- This article outlines the suggestions by teachers of psychiatry about how future PG examination can be held in middle of COVID-19 Crisis