All Institute Grand Rounds are held in the Louis Jolyon West Auditorium (C8-183) in the Semel Institute building at 760 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles CA 90024 (Google Map), routinely on Tuesdays. Unless otherwise indicated, the presentation will begin at 11:00 AM, and coffee will be served in the auditorium foyer at 10:45.
C L I C K H E R E T O D O W N L O A D F L Y E R
The Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture announces its annual call for papers for the Charles Hughes Fellowship and the John Spiegel Fellowship in Cultural Psychiatry. The Charles Hughes Fellowship is an annual award presented to a graduate student who has an interest in and commitment to cultural psychiatry and mental health. The John Spiegel Fellowship is an annual award presented to a resident in clinical training who is dedicated to improving clinical care through culturally-informed practice.
Graduate students in the social sciences and clinical residents who are interested in competing for these awards should submit an abstract by September 16, 2013, through the 2014 annual meeting website form: http://goo.gl/vYdnY. Please check the box regarding consideration for the Hughes or Spiegel fellowship.
In addition to the abstract, the following documents should be submitted:
1. An original unpublished scholarly paper on a topic in cultural psychiatry (8000 word limit including references and tables)
2. A current curriculum vitae
The recipients of the Charles Hughes and John Spiegel Fellowships will present their papers in a plenary session at the annual meeting in San Diego on May 15-17, 2014. Recipients of the fellowships have all registration fees waived. A stipend is provided to defer costs of travel and lodging.
Charles Hughes & John Spiegel Fellowship Committee Chair
Brandon Kohrt, MD, PhD
The George Washington University, Washington, DC
Steven Wolin, MD, DLFAPA
Annual Meeting Program Chair 2014
Roberto Lewis-Fernandez, MD
Columbia University, New York, NY
To learn more about SSPC and the 2014 annual meeting, please visit our website www.psychiatryandculture.org.
Visit the Foundation for Psychocultural Research (FPR) to learn more about our conferences, publications, and programs.