Medical Student Mentorship "Consider Psychiatry"
In recent years, the number of medical students choosing to specialize in psychiatry has declined. OPPF has initiated efforts to encourage medical students to consider a residency in psychiatry. OPPF's goal is to provide quality enriched activities for medical students, allowing them to gain greater exposure to psychiatry and offering them an opportunity to meet and network with practicing psychiatrists
You can help achieve this goal by paying the meeting registration fee for a medical student to attend OPPA’s Annual Psychiatric Update. Your support can be accomplished in one of two ways: 1) If you have a particular student you wish to sponsor, simply complete the registration form, making sure to include the student information, and fax to (614) 481-7559; or 2) If you do not have a particular student in mind, we will pair you up with a medical student who has indicated an interest in attending if there is a sponsorship available - you may register online or fax the registration form to our office.
This year's medical student sponsorship program covers only basic costs for program materials, breakfast, and lunch. If you would like to learn how you can turn your support of a medical student into a tax-deductible contribution please call our office at (614) 763-0040! Click here for other giving options.
OPPF ANNUAL RESEARCH AWARDS
OPPF encourages scholarly work in Ohio by presenting annual research awards/recognition in three separate categories: General OPPA Members, Resident-Fellow OPPA Members and Medical Students.
Now Accepting Entries for work completed in 2019!
Entries are currently being accepted for the 2019 Research Awards! We encourage you to participate! Click on the link below for submission guidelines. The deadline is Dec. 31, 2019.
Congratulations to the 2019 Research Award Recipients!
General Member Category
Winner: Sarah Lytle, MD
Resident-Fellow Member Category
Winner: Anand Satiani, MD Runner-up: Selena Magalotti, MD
Medical Student Category
Winner: Carrie Swetlik Runner-up: Alexsandra Kovacevich
Our congratulations to all the winners and runner-ups, and our compliments to all those who submitted an entry to the OPPF Research Awards Competition.
The Ohio Psychiatric Physicians Foundation (OPPF) is pleased to announce the 2018 Enlightenment Awards program. The award recognizes outstanding activity or presentations during 2018 which enhance the public's access to treatment and/or enhances the public's understanding of mental disorders or decreases the stigma often associated with mental illness.
Nominees can include an individual, organization, government entity, media (newspaper, radio or TV station or internet based communication) or a form of art.
Nominations are currently being accepted for 2018. Click HERE for the criteria and nomination form. Nominations can also be made ONLINE.
Congratulations to the winner of the 2017 Enlightenment Award
Anne Saker of the Cincinnati Enquirer
for her outstanding work in 2017 which enhanced the public’s understanding of behavioral health disorders and suicide.
For more information on Anne Saker's work as a Health Reporter at the Cincinnati Enquirer, please click here.
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