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AS34-04 - Current Endeavours to Consolidate the Evidence Base Around Training in Europe

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 April 2020

L. Pacherova
Affiliation:
Mental hospital Prague, Bohnice, Prague, Czech Republic, UK
M. Simmons
Affiliation:
The Phoenix Centre, Ida Darwin Hospital, Fulbourn, Cambridge, UK
E. Barrett
Affiliation:
Dept of Liaison Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Our Lady's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
S. Colin
Affiliation:
Université Paris 13, AP-HP, Hôpital Avicenne, Paris, France

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EFPT - The European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees is an independent federation of psychiatric trainees associations and its function is to provide a forum in which trainees can learn about the diversity of the current training of psychiatrists in Europe.

EFPT consists of several working groups that focus on supporting different fields (e.g. psychotherapy, child and adolescent psychiatry etc) and carry out various projects. The aim of CAP working group is firstly to represent CAP trainees and develop common recommendations regarding training while furthering links with organisations such as UEMS. In recent years the group has also recognised the need to collect information in order to assess the quality level of training in european countries, to recognise differences and build upon positives. In 2010–2011 this focused on training standards around Europe. In 2011–2012 we focus on:

  1. A. The field of psychotherapy. The CAP group recognises that family relationships play a major role in the formation of a child's personality. The survey is being conducted in conjunction with the Psychotherapy WG within EFPT; thus training in this area in both adult psychiatry and CAP will be compared. Initial results will be presented at this symposium.

  2. B. We believe that awareness of mental illness in the childhood should be an important part of the education in medical faculties. Therefore, we are keen to ascertain what placement opportunities in CAP are currently offered to medical students around Europe. Gathering information on this isT is our second aim for the next year.

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