Parks, museums, walking tours, historic buildings—there’s plenty to see and do in New York City without spending a cent.
Frank Brown, M.D., wins the race for treasurer, and Anita Everett, M.D., is chosen trustee-at-large.
Skill and understanding of the disability process help minimize patients’ downtime from work.
These sessions will help psychiatrists understand key issues in health information technology, such as privacy concerns, as well as learn more about telepsychiatry in small and large clinical settings.
Psychiatrist and concert pianist Richard Kogan, M.D., plans to give another lecture and mini-concert about a famous composer at the annual meeting. And this time it will include a psychiatrist and a happy ending.
A poem called “Tomorrow,” a stained glass window called “The Kiss,” and a photo of tango dancers were three of the works of art that earned top prizes at past APA Art Association exhibits.
Restored multifamily dwellings depict life in the tenements when it is believed New York’s Lower East Side was the most densely populated location in the world.
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