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Recertification and child psychiatry
Am J Psychiatry 1980;137:365-367.
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Recertification raises a number of issues for the subspecialty of child psychiatry. The author discusses double jeopardy (i.e., examination in both the main and subspecialty areas), the use of multiple methodologies for achieving certification, and the problems of attaining evaluation and validity of the recertification process.

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