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Association News
Become an APA Fellow
Psychiatric News
Volume 46 Number 9 page 24-24

Being an APA fellow is an earned, honorary designation. While yearly dues rates for general members and fellows are the same, fellowship carries several benefits:

  • Fellows may use the FAPA designation on all of their professional documentation.

  • New fellows will be recognized at the Convocation of Distinguished Fellows at APA's 2012 annual meeting in Philadelphia.

  • Fellows receive a lapel pin and an embossed certificate as a symbol of their status.

The major requirements are five years of general membership and Board certification.

A fellowship application form is posted at <www.psych.org/Resources/Membership/EnrollmentFormsApplications/FellowshipGuidelinesandNominationForm.aspx>. More information is available by calling (888) 357-7924 and asking for a Membership Department staff person.24_3.inline-graphic-1.gif

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