Psychiatry is one of the most rewarding, challenging and stimulating specialties in medicine, so why don't more of our medical students choose psychiatry as their career? This book aims to nurture the inspirational teaching that will help bring the most talented doctors into the specialty. The book contains advice on how to teach psychiatry to undergraduate medical students using a range of different methods in different settings. It addresses both the theory and practical aspects of teaching psychiatry to medical students. Various chapters focus on: giving a lecture; small-group teaching; clinical teaching; problem-based learning; and the use of simulated patients and role-play. There is also advice on involving trainees and service users in teaching and on teaching psychiatry internationally. The later chapters focus on issues relating to recruitment. Teaching Psychiatry to Undergraduates will help specialist trainees, consultants and all those with teaching responsibilities to deliver the high-quality undergraduate teaching that their students - and psychiatry - deserve.