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 ====== Psychiatry STACER Preparation Guide ====== ====== Psychiatry STACER Preparation Guide ======
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 ===== Primer ===== ===== Primer =====
 The **Standardized Assessment of a Clinical Encounter Report (STACER)** is a semi-structured examination of a psychiatry resident’s interviewing and consultancy skills. An STACER examination is usually a 50 minute diagnostic interview of a volunteer patient that both the resident and examiners do not know. The purpose of the STACER is to demonstrate your [[teaching:​1-psych-interview|psychiatric interview skills]], present a [[teaching:​mental-status-exam-mse|mental status examination]],​ generate a comprehensive DSM-5 diagnosis (and differential diagnosis), a [[teaching:​biopsychosocial-case-formulation|biopsychosocial formulation]] of the patient, and finally, a comprehensive treatment and management plan.  The **Standardized Assessment of a Clinical Encounter Report (STACER)** is a semi-structured examination of a psychiatry resident’s interviewing and consultancy skills. An STACER examination is usually a 50 minute diagnostic interview of a volunteer patient that both the resident and examiners do not know. The purpose of the STACER is to demonstrate your [[teaching:​1-psych-interview|psychiatric interview skills]], present a [[teaching:​mental-status-exam-mse|mental status examination]],​ generate a comprehensive DSM-5 diagnosis (and differential diagnosis), a [[teaching:​biopsychosocial-case-formulation|biopsychosocial formulation]] of the patient, and finally, a comprehensive treatment and management plan.