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It was so great to see so many colleagues, donors, and Legacy Partners in Atlanta for the AAPP 2023 Annual Meeting. Thank you to everyone who stopped by the Foundation Booth, to everyone who financially supported student registration grants. With your donations, 28 students received financial support to attend what we all know to be the premier national conference on psychiatric pharmacotherapy. Read more.
Two grant opportunities are now available from the AAPP Foundation, including Defining the Future Research Grants (due August 31) open to residents, fellows, and students, and Collegiate Chapter Impact Grants (due September 28), open to AAPP Collegiate Chapters. Read more.
Three Defining the Future research grant recipients presented posters at the AAPP 2023 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia! Members of the AAPP Foundation Board of Directors visited grant recipient posters and heard a brief presentation about the project and results. We invite you to learn more about the Defining the Future research grant projects and posters. Read more.
Collegiate Chapter Impact Grant winners presented their projects and posters at the 2023 AAPP Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. Representatives from each chapter presented live presentations during the collegiate chapter meeting, and members from the AAPP Foundation Board of Directors were in attendance to hear about these excellent projects! Presentations were recorded and are available to watch online. Congratulations to each of the recipient collegiate chapters on successful projects. Read more.
Thanks to our amazing donors, the AAPP Foundation awarded 28 student grants for full, in-person registration to the 2023 AAPP Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. Recipients were selected based on the merits of their applications and many students passed along their thanks. Please enjoy a sampling of these messages below. Read more.
The AAPP Foundation was proud to once again provide 100% support for Mental Health First Aid training this past March. 53 participants took part in a virtual course to become Mental Health First Aid certified and will hold the certification for 3 years. Read more.