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APM Annual Awards

APM awards are presented to individuals for meritorious contributions to consultation-liaison psychiatry/psychosomatic medicine, or for outstanding service to the Academy.

ELEANOR AND THOMAS P. HACKETT MEMORIAL AWARD, the Academy's highest honor, is presented to an individual for outstanding achievement in psychosomatic medicine.
Please e-mail your nominee's name and degrees, the reasons for your nomination, and the nominee's CV directly to the Chair of the Fellowship & Awards Subcommittee. by April 1.
 
WAYNE KATON RESEARCH AWARD recognizes a currently active researcher in the field of psychopathology in the medically ill. Nominations must be submitted by April 1; see how to apply or nominate.
 
DON R. LIPSITT AWARD recognizes an individual who has demonstrated excellence and innovation in the integration of mental health with other medical care through collaborative care. Nominations must be submitted by April 1; see how to apply or nominate.
 
AWARD OF SPECIAL RECOGNITION is awarded to individuals for outstanding service to the field on a local or national level.
  Please e-mail your nominee's name and degrees, the reasons for your nomination, and the nominee's CV directly to the Chair of the Fellowship & Awards Subcommittee by April 1.
 
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD is presented to Academy members for invaluable assistance to the organization. It is not awarded annually.
  Please e-mail your nominee's name and degrees, the reasons for your nomination, and the nominee's CV directly to the Chair of the Fellowship & Awards Subcommittee by April 1.
 
DORFMAN JOURNAL PAPER AWARDS are presented for the best articles published annually in our journal, Psychosomatics, in categories of reviews, original papers, and case reports. Papers are judged on composition and writing, significance of findings, and innovation.
 
DLIN/FISCHER CLINICAL RESEARCH AWARD is presented for the best paper submitted for presentation at the annual meeting. There is no application process; rather, authors of the papers that were scored the highest by the annual meeting committee are invited to compete for the award.
 
BEST POSTER and BEST TRAINEE POSTER AWARDS — posters are judged and awarded at the annual meeting.
 
ALAN STOUDEMIRE AWARD for INNOVATION & EXCELLENCE IN PM EDUCATION is given to an individual or individuals who has/have developed/led a creative educational program in the area of Psychosomatic Medicine directed at any level, from medical students to board-certified physicians, that is outstanding by virtue of excellence, innovation, and impact. Application deadline is April 1; see how to nominate or apply.
 

VISITING PROFESSORSHIP PROGRAM allows an institution to receive a one- to three-day visit from an APM member to promote the understanding and practice of psychosomatic medicine. The award is presented based on evidence of the value or impact of the visit, the qualifications of the professor, and the completeness of the application form. Application deadline is April 1; see how to apply.

 
WEBB FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM fosters the career development and leadership potential of advanced residents and fellows in consultation-liaison psychiatry. Application deadline is July 1; see how to apply.
   
bullet TRAINEE TRAVEL AWARDS are given to a limited number of PM fellows, residents, or medical students to help offset the cost of attending the Academy's annual meeting. The dollar amount and number of awards are determined by Council each year. Application deadline is July 1; see how to apply.
 
ACADEMY FELLOWSHIP (FAPM) is bestowed upon Academy members who manifest active participation in the APM and have made exemplary contributions to the field of psychosomatic medicine as educators, researchers, or administrators. Application deadline is July 1; see how to apply.



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