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For many trainees this will be their final semester in the Postgraduate Course in Psychiatry. You will explore a range of areas related to the neurosciences, and how to purposefully translate complex information into formats that communicate to a broad range of audiences. You will also take a more in depth exploration of the psychotherapies and consider the implications for ongoing safe practice development. Individual topics are those described in the Psychiatric Medicine Units Psychotherapy and Recovery and Neurosciences and Recovery: From the Cellular to the Social.
The major RANZCP assessment supported in this semester is development of perspectives that will inform the Psychotherapy Case. Communication translation is relevant to the Critical Essay Exam and some scholarly projects.
With permission from their Director of Training and employer, trainees may undertake individual Year 2 and 3 units in reverse order if these best aligns with other training experiences and goals.
Available in MyHETI.