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August 1930

News and Comment

Arch NeurPsych. 1930;24(2):389. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1930.02220140165013

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FELLOWSHIP IN PSYCHIATRY  The Institute for Child Guidance, established and maintained by the Commonwealth Fund in New York, offers one-year fellowships to properly qualified psychiatrists desiring to enter the child guidance field and wishing to work in organized clinics. Ordinarily three fellowships in psychiatry are available in the spring (May 1 or June 1) and three in the fall (September 1), the annual total being six. Applications will be received at any time throughout the year. Appointments are based on the record of the applicant, reports from those given as references, and personal interviews with the committee on award. The applicant must be not more than 35 years of age; a resident of the United States; must possess the M.D. degree from a Class A medical school; should, preferably, have had an internship in a general hospital, and must be adequately grounded in the fundamentals of psychiatry; by this is