Figure 1 shows the answers from the senior residents regarding the sufficiency and the usefulness of each item. The sufficiency and the usefulness rates were the proportions of the residents who gave affirmative answers to each item. The sufficiency rate was rather low (less than 30%) for all items, which might suggest that the 1-month psychiatric training period is not enough to master the various kinds of training items and that the current psychiatric training is not appropriately set up to meet the residents' needs. Except for the training on schizophrenia, the sufficiency rate was lower than the usefulness rate, and the differences reached statistical significance in 4 of the top 5 useful items (chi-square tests). Therefore, in this short training period, the emphasis should shift from training on schizophrenia to training on useful items for nonpsychiatric residents, especially training on hypnotics, delirium, mood disorders, and dementia.