I. N. BERLIN, M.D.
Discussions with internist and general practitioner friends about the handling of difficult psychosomatic patients have led me to talk with them about how such problems are handled in seminars at a university hospital2 with medical residents. Each physician with whom I have talked has indicated his feeling that such regular seminar discussions with a psychiatric consultant would greatly facilitate his work with patients. At this writing such a group has not been formed, but a local psychosomatic society is considering the possibility of such continued group discussions as a part of their program. The response of physicians to such an
BERLIN IN. THE PSYCHOSOMATIC SEMINAR AS A MEANS OF CONTINUED CONSULTATION TO PHYSICIANS1. Ann Intern Med. 1955;43:567–574. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-43-3-567
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