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How does being an AMP member benefit YOU?
- AMP works hard to advocate nationally for all working in the field of combined medicine and psychiatry;
- AMP educates and raises awareness about the importance of integrated practice and advances the field of integration;
- Provides the opportunity for authorship in publications;
- AMP hosts an annual Residency Fair and quarterly mentorship meeting for medical students;
- AMP committees are regularly engaged in understanding and meeting your needs, whether they be as a clinician, teacher, researcher, or trainee;
- Networking, collaborating, and innovating with international leaders in combined practice;
- Quarterly E-newsletters and monthly webinars;
- Annual meeting with CME and discounted registration fee for members.
- A Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy who is actively engaged in clinical practice or research in the area of medical, neurologic and psychiatric disorders.
Early Career – General Member
- Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy in the first 5 years of post-residency/fellowship who is actively engaged in clinical practice or research in the area of medical, neurologic and psychiatric disorders.
- An allied health professional or advanced practice provider with a graduate degree and an interest and expertise in the treatment of patients with medical, neurologic and psychiatric problems.
Resident Fellow Member (RFM)
- A M.D. or D.O. who is currently a resident physician or fellow. RFM’s must have an established interest in the integration of general medicine and psychiatry and be in good standing, as defined by his/her training director.
- Shall be a student of medicine, osteopathy or any health profession. Student Members may not vote or serve as Officers but may participate in meetings of the association as well as serve on association committees.