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There is no such thing as a forensic psychiatrist.

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A forensic psychiatrist works with attorneys and the courts by interviewing, assessing and then testifying about individuals involved in court cases.


- 4 years in college (with a major of your choice, along with plenty of science related courses to fulfill all requirements set by medical schools) - 4 years in medical school. where you must receive either a M.D. or O.D. Degree - 4 years of residency for psychiatry (sort of like internship, working under supervision, getting paid, but without the actual ''psychiatrist'' title - pass test, receive licence - 1 year in forensic psychiatry (a subspecialty of psychiatry) fellowship. - you are now a forensic psychiatrist bare in mind, there is a difference between a forensic psychiatrist and a forensic psychologist. including a big difference in what is required to become on educationally. being a psychiatrist takes more years, because a psychiatrist IS a doctor.


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A psychiatrist is a personal help doctor, who will ask you for some personal details, and will help you to sort out your problem, through talking, understanding, and, if you have a health-related mental illness, they can prescribe you medicine. A forensic psychiatrist ... Please, can somebody fill in this definition, and remove this sentence.


You need to be a medical doctor with a specialty in psychiatry.


I've heard some Psychiatrists make $450/hr!


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Usually their own reports, assessments, police reports and other paperwork. A forensic psychiatrist doesn't work with science in the same way a forensic scientist (such as you see on CSI) does.


According to salary.com, the pay can vary from $59K to $99K, depending on your qualifications and location.


forensic psychiatrist and writer Helen Morrison.she has a book "my life among the serial killers". she was psychiatrist of serial killers like john Wayne gacy.


A strong stomach and a sadistic streak.


criminology and the knowing of science and forensics


There a lots of requirements, including a physical exam, but I don't think an entrance exam is required. To see a list of the requirements visit the attached link.


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The entrance requirements will vary according to the college or university and the specific specialization. Once you collect the names of the institutions you have an interest in, then you can contact each and inquire about the prerequisite coursework and any other entrance requirements the school may have.


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Hannibal Lecter was a character in suspense novels that were written by Thomas Harris. In the books, he was a forensic psychiatrist and a cannibalistic serial killer.


A forensic psychiatrist can use evidence from a crime scene to put together a more complete picture of the perpetrator. Psychiatric evidence can be used to convict a criminal when other forms cannot.



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