The NJPA is thrilled to announce the launch of its NEW Poster Contest! All psychiatry residents, fellows,and medical students are inv ited to apply for one of the twelve (12) spots at the 2020 Spring Conference. This contest will provide RFMs the opportunity to display and share their knowledge through categories of Clinical Case Studies, […]Read More »
The NJPA welcomes all Fellows, Residents, Research Volunteers, Shadow & Medical Students to participate in this year’s Best Paper Contest. Submissions can be made in the the categories of Single Author Fellow, Single Author Resident, Single Author Medical Student and Joint Submission (any combination of no more than 3 Fellows, Residents, Research Volunteers, Shadow and […]Read More »
The APA 100% Club was established to encourage residents throughout the United States and Canada to join the APA with fellow trainees in their programs. This year, all eight of the states residency programs achieved a 100% Club status. It is with great pleasure that we announce this year’s results. Platinum Level Programs100% membership for […]Read More »
The residency and fellow programs throughout the state have elected program representatives to join the Resident Fellow Member (RFM) Chapter. These representatives liaise between the NJPA and their programs, and serve as the voice of the state’s RFMs. The 2019/20 RFM Chapter Representatives are- Bergen New Bridge Medical CenterMusaddiq Tariq, MD Cooper Medical School of […]Read More »
Each year the NJPA Council on Education administers the Resident, Fellow and Medical Student Best Paper Contest. Participants submit case studies, review articles or present original research either individually or with co-authors on any psychiatric topic. The papers are judged on the abstract, content, clarity and originality by members of the Council on Education. The […]Read More »
Given all the responsibilities incumbent upon medical students and residents, it is difficult to imagine that there would be time to devote, let alone tangible benefits, to joining a professional organization. It is more than understandable to think that you will “just get to that kind of stuff later” when you "have more time” or […]Read More »
The NJPA is thrilled to announce the launch of its NEW Poster Contest! All psychiatry...
The NJPA welcomes all Fellows, Residents, Research Volunteers, Shadow & Medical Students to participate in...
The APA 100% Club was established to encourage residents throughout the United States and Canada...
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