Academic Psychiatry

, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp 293–296 | Cite as

A Pilot Use of Team-Based Learning in Psychiatry Resident Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Education

Brief Report

Abstract

Objective

Demonstrating psychotherapy competency in trainees will test the resources of psychiatry training programs. The authors outline the phases of team-based learning (TBL).

Methods

The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Tulsa (OUCM-T), Department of Psychiatry reorganized its psychodynamic psychotherapy didactic course using TBL.

Conclusion

Team-based learning offers a promising alternative to traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy didactics, potentially increasing resident learning efficiency through a structured learning cycle emphasizing accountability to a learning team.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PsychiatryUniversity of Oklahoma College of Medicine-TulsaTulsaUSA

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