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I was delighted to read that GPs and paediatric registrars will learn to work together, in the later stages of their postgraduate training. Perhaps someday, trainees in General Practice and in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry might work together, in the interests of the whole child?
 O'Dowd A. GPs and paediatricians call for joint training to improve child healthcare. BMJ 2016;353:i2715