Even if you are a reader still at high school, there is no longer the excuse that you simply do not have the time or resources to complete good research work to write your school paper or essay. This is certainly the case today for college students moving in the direction of the medical or health services professions. Whether they need a broad overview or are indeed going to be specializing at medical school level, university students can no longer say that they are unable to access peer review reports and already completed clinical research in psychiatry.
Indeed, every resourceful student, particularly those with aspirations to practice medicine some day, will still be taking time but no trouble at all visiting their college, university or public libraries to access their research information. In fact, college and university students can be given access to medical libraries close to campus. They are also close to teaching hospitals where they can take part in practical learning or observation where this is allowed.
While there are obvious challenges, accessing a psychiatric hospital under supervised conditions is not impossible either. But for the time being, it does have to be acknowledged that many students across the country and indeed the rest of the world are faced with impractically crowded curriculums that can place them under pressure and negatively impact their ability to deliver quality research work. Fortunately, this challenge can be addressed.
At the lack of time and facilities, students at all levels can access online resources that are exceptional in its ability to deliver qualitative reading and research material dealing specifically with the neurosciences and psychiatric disciplines. They can also attend online lectures with the caveat that there is always place for as many students as possible.