The DSM-5: An Opportunity to Affirm “The Whole Child” Concept in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Residency Training Authors
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First Online: 14 January 2014 Received: 01 November 2013 Accepted: 04 November 2013 DOI:
Cite this article as: Dingle, A.D. Acad Psychiatry (2014) 38: 64. doi:10.1007/s40596-013-0007-5
This article summarizes a 2013 American Psychiatric Association annual meeting presentation on the incorporation of the DSM-5 into child and adolescent psychiatric residency training with focus on the potential benefits of the DSM-5 for medical education.
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