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Abstracts of Invited Lectures

Abstracts of Invited Lectures KL PL S C W Keynote Lecture ......................................................................................................................... Plenary Lecture .......................................................................................................................... Symposium ................................................................................................................................ Case Conference ....................................................................................................................... Workshop ................................................................................................................................... 2 4 7 60 62 The 15th Pacific Rim College of Psychiatrists Scientific Meeting Invited Lectures Keynote Lecture KL 1 Academic psychiatry across the pond – Challenges and opportunities for PRCP Ee Heok Kua Department of Psychological Medicine, National University of Singapore, Singapore (Sartorius, 2009). Many PRCP professors from around the Pacific Rim are actively involved in the development of academic psychiatry in Asia in 4 areas: 1. As visiting professors to Asian universities to conduct training courses 2. As mentors for young Asian psychiatrists sent to overseas universities 3. In organizing regular teachers of psychiatry (TOP) meetings 4. In cross-national research, e.g. dementia in Chinese (Feng et al, 2011) PRCP has planned workshops on evaluation of clinical service, education and research. This is a major step to promote quality in academic psychiatry and clinical practice outcome in an era where patient care and service delivery demand more openness and transparency. Starting in Shanghai in October 2011, it is hoped that such training workshops can be held in other countries. Interest in academic psychiatry is nurtured during traineeship and a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asia-Pacific Psychiatry Wiley

Abstracts of Invited Lectures

Asia-Pacific Psychiatry , Volume 4 – Oct 1, 2012

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Wiley
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© 2012 Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd
ISSN
1758-5864
eISSN
1758-5872
DOI
10.1111/appy.12002
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KL PL S C W Keynote Lecture ......................................................................................................................... Plenary Lecture .......................................................................................................................... Symposium ................................................................................................................................ Case Conference ....................................................................................................................... Workshop ................................................................................................................................... 2 4 7 60 62 The 15th Pacific Rim College of Psychiatrists Scientific Meeting Invited Lectures Keynote Lecture KL 1 Academic psychiatry across the pond – Challenges and opportunities for PRCP Ee Heok Kua Department of Psychological Medicine, National University of Singapore, Singapore (Sartorius, 2009). Many PRCP professors from around the Pacific Rim are actively involved in the development of academic psychiatry in Asia in 4 areas: 1. As visiting professors to Asian universities to conduct training courses 2. As mentors for young Asian psychiatrists sent to overseas universities 3. In organizing regular teachers of psychiatry (TOP) meetings 4. In cross-national research, e.g. dementia in Chinese (Feng et al, 2011) PRCP has planned workshops on evaluation of clinical service, education and research. This is a major step to promote quality in academic psychiatry and clinical practice outcome in an era where patient care and service delivery demand more openness and transparency. Starting in Shanghai in October 2011, it is hoped that such training workshops can be held in other countries. Interest in academic psychiatry is nurtured during traineeship and a

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Published: Oct 1, 2012

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