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January 1946

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Am J Dis Child. 1946;71(1):101. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1946.02020240108010

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Abstract

SCHOOL PSYCHIATRIST 

Bureau of Child Guidance, Board of Education, City of New York 

Salary $6,000 to $7,000 per Annum  The Board of Examiners announces examinations for the license of School Psychiatrist, to be given in March 1946. The position carries the advantages of liberal retirement and pension and civil service tenure. The salary starts at $6,000 and is raised to $7,000 in three years.The general requirements are:Age 30 to 45 years; graduation from a grade A medical college, and either (a) five years of practice in psychiatry, including 800 hours in an approved institution for mental diseases and 1,200 hours in an approved child guidance clinic or (b) three years of practice in psychiatry, including 1,200 hours in an approved mental institution and 1,200 hours in an approved child guidance clinic.Further information about these requirements and the examinations will be obtained with the application. The final date

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