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Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie 42 (2000) 4

Editorial

R.J. van den Bosch

Een nieuwe opleiding psychiatrie

Short report

Paul Hodiamont

The master-apprentice relationship in psychiatric residency training, 219 - 223

Short report

W. van Tilburg

General psychiatry training or subspecialization, 225 - 228

Short report

F. Verheij

The position of child and adolescent psychiatry in the psychiatric residency training, 229 - 234

Short report

T.J. Heeren, F.R.J. Verhey

New criteria for the specialist training in psychiatry: The position of geriatric psychiatry, 235 - 239

Short report

Paul Hodiamont

The effect of the ideology of socialization on the training of psychiatric residents, 241 - 244

Short report

C.M.T. Gijsbers van Wijk, R.C. van der Mast

Psychiatric residency training in a changing social perspective: feminisation and sex segregation, 245 - 250

Short report

G.F. Koerselman

How to guard the interconnection of biological, psychological and social factors in psychiatry?, 251 - 256

Short report

W.M.A. Verhoeven, S. Tuinier †

Psychiatry and neurosciences, 257 - 263

Short report

E. Gans

The influence of psychotherapy on the psychiatric residency training, 265 - 269

Short report

G. Pieters

Evidence-based psychiatry in psychiatric residency training, 271 - 276

Short report

P.J.A. van Panhuis

Careeropportunities (and limitations) for future psychiatrists, 277 - 281

Short report

M.A.W. Rinne-Albers

Administrative psychiatry or: Trained to be the 'playing captain', 283 - 287