The ABPN has established three programs to support the development of academic leaders in psychiatry and neurology: the Faculty Innovation in Education Award, the Research Award and the Senior Resident Administrative Fellowship. View the ABPN Education and Research Initiatives brochure for more information.
For the ABPN Faculty Innovation in Education Award, any projects relevant to the education and/or assessment of psychiatrists and neurologists will be considered, although the ABPN is particularly interested in the following areas:
For the ABPN Research Award, any projects relevant to the mission of the ABPN will be considered, although the ABPN is particularly interested in research in the following areas:
The specific application requirements, conflict of interest policy and previous recipients are described below. The submission deadlines are August 3, 2018 for the Faculty Innovation in Education Award and August 10, 2018 for the Research Award.
The ABPN Faculty Innovation in Education Award (formerly the Faculty Fellowship Award) is intended to support the development of innovative education and/or evaluation projects that promote effective residency/fellowship training or lifelong learning of practicing psychiatrists and neurologists. Preference will be given to projects that have the potential for use in more than one site and to applicants who are at a junior or mid-faculty level.
Each year, up to two psychiatry and/or neurology fellows will be selected. The duration of the fellowship will normally be for two years with a maximum amount of funding of $50,000 per year or $100,000 total. This amount is intended to cover salary, fringe benefits, and other costs. No indirect costs will be covered.
Faculty Innovation in Education Award Information
The ABPN Research Award supports research projects related to the mission of the ABPN, which is to develop and provide valid and reliable procedures for initial and continuing certification in psychiatry and neurology. It is expected that projects will focus on innovative approaches to assessing physicians as they prepare to, or continue to, practice psychiatry or neurology. Expected outcomes include advances in the theory or practice of assessment along the continuum of residency training and clinical practice. It is also expected that projects will not focus on the development of commercial products.
Each year, up to two psychiatry and/or neurology awards will be made with a maximum amount of funding of $100,000 per award. This amount is intended to cover salary, fringe benefits, and other costs. No indirect costs will be covered. The projects may take up to two years to be completed.
If the applicant is an MD or DO, he/she must:
Research Award Information
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