About the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry is a professional membership organization with approximately 1,000 members in the United States and around the world. The membership consists of psychiatrists who work with addiction in their practices, faculty at various academic institutions, nonpsychiatrist professionals who are making a contribution to the field of addiction psychiatry, and residents and medical students.The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry was founded in 1985
• To promote accessibility to highest-quality treatment for all who need it,
• To promote excellence in clinical practice in addiction psychiatry,
• To educate the public and influence public policy regarding addictive illness,
• To provide continuing education for addiction professionals,
• To disseminate new information in the field of addiction psychiatry, and
• To encourage research on the etiology, prevention, identification, and treatment of the addictions.

The Academy sponsors various scientific meetings, including an Annual Scientific Meeting and Symposium, a Review Course on Addiction Psychiatry, and symposia and workshops on timely clinical, educational, and research topics in the addiction field.

The American Journal on Addictions, a leading clinical journal listed in Index Medicus and many other databases, is the official journal of AAAP. The journal serves as a forum from which today's leading clinicians gain rapid access to advances in current treatment methods, original peer-reviewed research, and improved clinical outcome.

For more information about AAAP activities or to request a membership packet, call 913-262-6161, e-mail info@aaap.org, or visit the AAAP Web site, at www.aaap.org

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