Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by the first week of March.
The Donald J. Cohen Fellowship Program for International Scholars in Child and Adolescent Mental Health is a mentorship/training program for young professionals modeled on successful activities at previous IACAPAP Congresses and Research Seminars. Approximately twenty fellowships are awarded at each IACAPAP Congress, to avail this valuable opportunity.
The purpose of these Awards is to foster the professional development of emerging leaders in child and adolescent mental health throughout the world. We understand ‘leadership’ in its broadest context – whereas some countries may benefit most from advancing their scientific and research development forward, others will benefit from organizational change in their pediatric mental health infrastructures, and yet others from enhancing the education and training of a new cadre of specialists.
The program includes:
The fellowship is designed for individuals whose engagement could play a pivotal role in addressing the very specific needs of their country of origin. To this end, a prerequisite for all applicants is a submission of a project suitable for a poster or oral presentation at the Congress. Good command of English is an essential requirement. Special consideration will be given to applicants under 35 years of age and from countries where child and adolescent psychiatric needs are under-served and under-represented.
If you have any queries, you may contact Ms Fion Loh ([email protected])