The Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry is now accepting reports on meetings and panel discussions for our new "Panel Reports" column. Authors should submit their manuscripts for approval by those who participated in the panel or meeting prior to submission to the Journal for editorial review.
The Philadelphia Association.for Psychoanalysis hosted a panel designed for medical students, psychiatric residents, psychiatrists and other professionals interested in applying psychoanalysic thought and listening skills to areas in general psychiatry. The educational objectives included increasing familiarity with the various components of psychoanalytic listening, (greater skill in making use of psychoanalytic listening in work with patients) and heightened awareness of the varied applications of psychoanalytic listening as a tool in general psychiatric practice.
Custer, M.D., Diane E.
"Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis in The Nineties,"
Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry:
2, Article 12.
Available at: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/jeffjpsychiatry/vol9/iss2/12