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(p. 85) University of California Davis Forensic Psychiatry and California Department of State Hospitals Collaboration: Achieving Mutual Respect and Harmony 

(p. 85) University of California Davis Forensic Psychiatry and California Department of State Hospitals Collaboration: Achieving Mutual Respect and Harmony
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(p. 85) University of California Davis Forensic Psychiatry and California Department of State Hospitals Collaboration: Achieving Mutual Respect and Harmony
Author(s):

Charles Scott

, Barbara McDermott

, and Katherine Warburton

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190052850.003.0006
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date: 25 February 2021

The collaboration described in this chapter involves the Department of Psychiatry in the medical school at the University of California, Davis, and the California Department of State Hospitals. For more than 20 years, this partnership has involved placing forensic psychiatry fellows in state hospitals operated by the state of California. In addition to the high-quality forensic psychiatric services delivered by these fellows, the partnership has also included consultation and on-site forensic evaluations conducted by supervising faculty, continuing education and training provided to hospital staff, and applied research conducted on questions directly relevant to practice. It serves as a national model for a well-operated, long-standing partnership between academic psychiatry and a publicly operated hospital system.

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