However, he did not present a solution for the problems he raised. Where is the practicing psychiatrist to get the training and education that is so necessary? We have to think not only of the young medical students or psychiatrists in training. But what of those out in the field? Books, articles, and lectures cannot fulfill the need for advanced training in neuroanatomy, molecular biology, genetics, and psychopharmacology. It seems to me that only medical schools can undertake the task of postgraduate education, and sadly, this does not seem to be perceived either as a primary task or as a secondary one.