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Candidates for Vice PresidentCarol A. Bernstein, M.D.
Psychiatric News
Volume 41 Number 23 page 40-40
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Private Practice, 1984- ♦ APA Treasurer, 2000-04 ♦ APA Trustee-at-Large, 1995-98 ♦ Scientific Program Chair, Member, APA Institute on Psychiatric Services, 1994-98 ♦ APA Assembly Representative, New York County District Branch, 1989-95 ♦ Member, Chair, APA Committee on Graduate Medical Education, 1998-2000 ♦ New York University School of Medicine: Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education, Vice Chair/Director, Education & Training, 1993-

It is an honor to be nominated for the position of vice president of APA at this exciting time for psychiatry and for our patients with the increasing integration of neuroscience and psychotherapy. To capitalize on these medical advances, it is critically important that we have a strong, accountable, and effective national organization.

I have been actively involved in APA for more than 25 years, beginning as chair of the residents' committee of the New York County District Branch. I served in the Assembly for six years, chaired several components including the committees on medical student and graduate education, and was elected to the Board of Trustees as trustee-at-large and treasurer. During my tenure as treasurer, we converted a $4-million budget deficit into a $5-million surplus and corrected many internal processes to assure that the organization would remain fiscally stable. I have worked in every aspect of APA function, and this background has prepared me exceptionally well to assume this leadership role. APA must work for our members so that they can continue to take care of our patients. To achieve this goal, I pledge to:

In addition, APA leaders must address the many challenges which face our profession and our patients including:

I have been an active clinician for more than 20 years. As a clinician-educator, my career has been dedicated to the education and training of our next generation. I have directed medical student and residency training programs in psychiatry and am now responsible for more than 1,100 house staff in all areas of medicine as the associate dean for graduate medical education at NYU. I am actively involved in numerous other national psychiatric organizations including AADPRT, ACP, GAP, AACP, and the ABPN. I will commit all my energy to assure that we:

Thank you for your support.

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Private Practice, 1984- ♦ APA Treasurer, 2000-04 ♦ APA Trustee-at-Large, 1995-98 ♦ Scientific Program Chair, Member, APA Institute on Psychiatric Services, 1994-98 ♦ APA Assembly Representative, New York County District Branch, 1989-95 ♦ Member, Chair, APA Committee on Graduate Medical Education, 1998-2000 ♦ New York University School of Medicine: Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education, Vice Chair/Director, Education & Training, 1993-

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