Competence of Postgraduate Students During Cognitive Behavior Therapy Training
Azhar M.Z., (2007) Competence of Postgraduate Students During Cognitive Behavior Therapy Training. Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry, 16 (2). ISSN 0128-8628
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Universiti Putra Malaysia. Faculty of Medicine. Dept. of Psychiatry
Several studies have been conducted on postgraduate students’ knowledge in
various aspects of psychiatry and related fields. In fact their competency in making diagnoses and instituting the correct management to psychiatric patients are without doubt very good as otherwise they would not have qualified in their exit examinations. However, to date they have only been properly assessed in their knowledge about psychotherapy including cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) but not formally assessed in their competency of carrying out the therapy per se. This article looks at an attempt to assess competency of postgraduate students during their CBT training.
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