Academy of Organizational & Occupational Psychiatry
Vision: The Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry promotes the application of psychiatric principles and practices in the workplace to improve leadership, group interaction and employee health and performance.
Mission: To advance the knowledge and practice of psychiatrists who specialize in organizational and occupational psychiatry through collaboration and education.
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26th Annual AOOP Meeting
University Club, Chicago
April 24-26, 2015
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AOOP, 402 E Yakima Ave, #1080, Yakima, WA 98901.
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Sandra Gabel-Onkels is Administrator: Phone 509-457-4611
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Psychiatry Resident Scholarship Opportunity
The Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry (AOOP) was founded in 1990 to provide a forum for an exchange of ideas between psychiatry and the world of work. AOOP’s annual meeting is an opportunity to enhance the knowledge and skills of its members through various training opportunities and professional networking; to liaison with other professional groups concerned with workplace health and mental health; and to encourage and support the practice of organizational and occupational psychiatry. The AOOP Psychiatry Resident Scholarship was created to afford psychiatry residents the opportunity to attend the annual meeting while recognizing their educational station might ordinarily prevent them from attending.
Interested psychiatry residents should submit a curriculum vitae along with a 1-2 page double-spaced essay about either 1) a pertinent topic in organizational or occupational psychiatry; or 2) details of interest in organizational or occupational psychiatry. These essays are read by the President of AOOP and the AOOP Board, who then award two scholarships yearly for tuition for the meeting based upon merit of items submitted.
The C.V. and essay should be sent to Dr. Greg Couser at email@example.com . Any questions can be directed to Dr. Couser.
Visit the Membership Information page for more informationTips for Conducting Disability Evaluations from Psychiatric Times May 2014 issue
To learn more about the University Club Chicago, please visit their website at http://www.ucco.com/ or call them at 312-726-2840.
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