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Award to a USA or Canada Residency Program in Recognition of Innovative Education in Psychiatry

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The Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education

The American College of Psychiatrists

Agency: Foundation

GrantWatch ID #153304

Grant Description

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Award to a USA or Canada psychiatric education program in recognition of innovative methods to train medical students, residents, mental health professionals, physicians, and community members. Recipients will receive a certificate and a grant. A representative from the winning program will receive funds to cover travel and hotel expenses, as well as free registration, for the Annual Meeting.

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Additional Eligibility Criteria:

The Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education is open to any creative/innovative program for psychiatric education that has been in operation for at least two years, includes program outcome data, and has been a part of a U.S. or Canadian approved psychiatric residency training program. Trainees may include: medical students, residents, other physicians, allied mental health professionals, or members of the community. The program must be free from commercial interest or benefit.

Pre-Application Information:

Deadline: June 30

The Committee selects an awardee in the fall; all applicants are notified of the Committee's decision by November 15.


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Estimated Size of Grant:

The Award consists of a grant and a framed certificate. In addition, one representative from the program receives travel, hotel, and free registration to The College's next Annual Meeting, with a second representative receiving waived registration.

Contact Information:

Applicants must submit a completed Application Form and any related documentation to:

The American College of Psychiatrists
111 E. Wacker Dr., Suite 1440
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone 312.938.8840
Fax 312.938.8845

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