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Clinical and Research News
APA's 100% Club Gains Two New Member Programs
Psychiatric News
Volume 43 Number 19 page 22-22

Two psychiatry residency programs inducted this year into APA's 100% Club are located in two bordering states: they are Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C., and the University of South Carolina in Columbia.

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The Wake Forest University School of Medicine psychiatry training program. Front row, from left: Tommy Harris, D.O., Hal Elliott, M.D. (director of psychiatry resident education), Guy Palmes, M.D. (director of the child fellowship program), Matt Hough, D.O. (director child outpatient clinics), and James Kimball, M.D. (associate director of the general psychiatry training program); second row, from left: Jennifer Beckman, M.D., Rasheed Onafuye, M.D., Shannon Pitts, M.D., Mohammed Iqbal, M.D., Asha Davis, M.D., Brenda Harris, M.D., Jennifer Wildpret, D.O., and Frantz Pierre, M.D.; and third row, from left: Vaughn McCall, M.D. (department chair), Kara Emerson, M.D., Lance Fuller, M.D., Joseph Williams, M.D., Noah Richason, M.D., Bryan Smith, M.D., Dan Cotoman, M.D. (chief resident), Obinna Ikwechegh, M.D., Amy Singleton, M.D., Curtis Rollins, M.D., Maripat Moore, M.D., and Gene Mindel, M.D. (assistant professor). 

Credit: Wake Forest University School of Medicine psychiatry residency programs

"We are very pleased and fortunate that our educational fund supports our residents joining the APA," said Harold Elliott, M.D., director of Wake Forest's resident psychiatry program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. "Through this fund, we are now able to finance 100 percent participation in APA for members in training. Here at Wake Forest we believe that APA is an integral part of becoming an active participant in the psychiatry community."

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The University of South Carolina psychiatry residency and psychiatry fellowship training program. Front row, from left: Nioaka Campbell, M.D. (training director, general psychiatry), Mac Madden, M.D., April Morciglio, M.D., Wendi Woods, M.D., Melissa Kannady, M.D., Kristin Clary, D.O., Marie McGough, M.D., Donna Smith (coordinator, general psychiatry), Megan Howard, M.D., and Eric Williams, M.D.; second row, from left: Ruhksana Mirza, M.D., Garrianne Gunter, M.D., Ashley Jones, M.D., Christian Neal, M.D., Kristin Arthur, M.D., Laurie Harden, M.D., Kara Sieverdes, M.D., April Carpenter, M.D., and Leslie Frinks, M.D.; third row, from left: Butch Mazumder, M.D., Jason Buckland, D.O., Jim Bouknight, M.D., Ph.D. (director, geriatric psychiatry fellowship), Pressley Warrick, M.D., Jamae Campbell, M.D., Shilpa Srinivasan, M.D., Jennifer Pender, M.D., Carnetha Mathews, M.D., LaKeisha Watson, M.D., Angelia Powell (child and geriatric fellowships coordinator), and Michelle Widener, M.D.; and fourth row, from left: John Bragg, M.D., Chad Pollock, M.D., Douglas Morris, M.D., Micah Baxley, M.D., Richard Frierson, M.D. (forensic psychiatry fellowship training director), Richard Harding, M.D. (department chair), Brian Dundas, M.D., Craig Stuck, M.D. (child and adolescent psychiatry training director), Jesse Raley, M.D., and Brad Freeman, M.D. 

Credit: University of South Carolina psychiatry residency and fellowship programs

The University of South Carolina's (USC) School of Medicine was one of the first of three general psychiatry residency programs to join the 100% Club back in 2002, the year the program started. "I am proud to now have 100 percent membership of not only our general program, but our geriatric, forensic, and child and adolescent fellowships as well," said Richard Harding, M.D., chair of USC medical school's Department of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science.

APA's 100% Club was created to encourage the directors and chairs of psychiatric residency programs to promote APA membership to their residents. Today, all programs that reach that goal receive a group photo of their residents, mounted on a wooden plaque. Each program also receives a major psychiatric textbook, and residents get a one-year subscription to Focus: The Journal of Lifelong Learning, both published by American Psychiatric Publishing Inc.FIG1FIG2

Psychiatry residents and directors of residency programs seeking more information about APA's 100% Club can contact Nancy Delanoche of APA's Division of Education at (703) 907-8635 or ndelanoche@psych.org.

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The Wake Forest University School of Medicine psychiatry training program. Front row, from left: Tommy Harris, D.O., Hal Elliott, M.D. (director of psychiatry resident education), Guy Palmes, M.D. (director of the child fellowship program), Matt Hough, D.O. (director child outpatient clinics), and James Kimball, M.D. (associate director of the general psychiatry training program); second row, from left: Jennifer Beckman, M.D., Rasheed Onafuye, M.D., Shannon Pitts, M.D., Mohammed Iqbal, M.D., Asha Davis, M.D., Brenda Harris, M.D., Jennifer Wildpret, D.O., and Frantz Pierre, M.D.; and third row, from left: Vaughn McCall, M.D. (department chair), Kara Emerson, M.D., Lance Fuller, M.D., Joseph Williams, M.D., Noah Richason, M.D., Bryan Smith, M.D., Dan Cotoman, M.D. (chief resident), Obinna Ikwechegh, M.D., Amy Singleton, M.D., Curtis Rollins, M.D., Maripat Moore, M.D., and Gene Mindel, M.D. (assistant professor). 

Credit: Wake Forest University School of Medicine psychiatry residency programs

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The University of South Carolina psychiatry residency and psychiatry fellowship training program. Front row, from left: Nioaka Campbell, M.D. (training director, general psychiatry), Mac Madden, M.D., April Morciglio, M.D., Wendi Woods, M.D., Melissa Kannady, M.D., Kristin Clary, D.O., Marie McGough, M.D., Donna Smith (coordinator, general psychiatry), Megan Howard, M.D., and Eric Williams, M.D.; second row, from left: Ruhksana Mirza, M.D., Garrianne Gunter, M.D., Ashley Jones, M.D., Christian Neal, M.D., Kristin Arthur, M.D., Laurie Harden, M.D., Kara Sieverdes, M.D., April Carpenter, M.D., and Leslie Frinks, M.D.; third row, from left: Butch Mazumder, M.D., Jason Buckland, D.O., Jim Bouknight, M.D., Ph.D. (director, geriatric psychiatry fellowship), Pressley Warrick, M.D., Jamae Campbell, M.D., Shilpa Srinivasan, M.D., Jennifer Pender, M.D., Carnetha Mathews, M.D., LaKeisha Watson, M.D., Angelia Powell (child and geriatric fellowships coordinator), and Michelle Widener, M.D.; and fourth row, from left: John Bragg, M.D., Chad Pollock, M.D., Douglas Morris, M.D., Micah Baxley, M.D., Richard Frierson, M.D. (forensic psychiatry fellowship training director), Richard Harding, M.D. (department chair), Brian Dundas, M.D., Craig Stuck, M.D. (child and adolescent psychiatry training director), Jesse Raley, M.D., and Brad Freeman, M.D. 

Credit: University of South Carolina psychiatry residency and fellowship programs

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