Posts From May, 2017

Psychiatrists: Urge your Senators to start over on AHCA!

By Anthony Kassir
05/18/2017

From the APA: Recently, the House passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA) by a narrow margin to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Now, the Senate is drafting their own version of the health care reform. As you know, the House-passed AHCA would have a substantial negative impact on individuals with mental illness and ... read more


OCPS Members: Special Election for President-Elect position

By Anthony Kassir
05/09/2017

Dear OCPS Member, At the recent OCPS Council meeting on May 2, 2017, the Council authorized a Special Election for the President-Elect position to take place this month. The President-Elect will hold office immediately following the election, and then assume the role of the President in May, 2018 for the 2018 to 2020 term. As ... read more


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Statement from the APA on Firearm Violence

Jun 08, 2022
From the APA on June 01, 2022 The American Psychiatric Association (APA) condemns the senseless loss of lives from firearm violence that has become all too common in

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APA Statement: School Shooting in Texas

May 27, 2022
American Psychiatric Association Statement on the School Shooting in Texas Our hearts are broken after the brutal and tragic loss of children and teachers in Uvalde, Texas. We

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2022 APA Annual Meeting May 21-25

Jan 13, 2022
APA is gathering in-person for the first time since 2019, in the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans! Join APA in-person May 21-25 for the 2022 Annual Meeting, the premier

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