The DSM-5: An Opportunity to Affirm “The Whole Child” Concept in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Residency Training
- Arden D. Dingle
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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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- The DSM-5: An Opportunity to Affirm “The Whole Child” Concept in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Residency Training
Volume 38, Issue 1 , pp 64-66
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- Medical education
- Child psychiatry
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- Arden D. Dingle (1)
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- 1. Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, USA