Challenges and Opportunities in Teaching Psychopharmacology During Residency Training
J Clin Psychiatry 2005;66(7):948-948
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The rationale for a “model” psychopharmacology
curriculum is clear: (1) the knowledge
and skills of many recent graduates
of psychiatric training programs regarding
clinical psychopharmacology leave room for
improvement; (2) the amount of new information
to learn is rapidly expanding; and
(3) available resources to teach this material
are dwindling, as clinical and other academic
demands deflect faculty from their teaching
roles. Hence, a model curriculum, including
actual teaching guidelines and materials developed
by experts, that could be used in multiple
educational sites around the country
would seem to be a natural evolution for the
A “Model Curriculum” was developed in
the 1980s2 and updated and revised several
times in the 1990s3 and early 2000s.4,5